there are only 6 options on each die > 1-6; you must have a repeat of a number since there isn't a 7th number.

Using arrow diagrams If 7 dice are rolled, and explain why must two at least be the same value? (answer)

there are only 6 options on each die > 1-6; you must have a repeat of a number since there isn't a 7th number.

whats 72 x 5 - 6 (answer)

72 x 5 = 360, then 360 - 6 = 354

Based on tone, why is it fitting that "The Lamb" is featured in a volume titled, Songs of Innocence? (answer)

1. The lamb does nothing to harm anyone and actually does not have the power or ability. 2. and 3. meek and mild, softest fur, etc. The Jews in the Old Testament used to sacrifice lambs - it was part of their belief system that they would give up something...

I think it is a cancer doctor or oncologist.

do you think kangroos under went a natural selection to adopt these traits? why or why not? (answer)

According to the Darwinian theory of natural selection, all living things undergo an evolution of their traits over a long period of time to ensure survival of the fittest.

statistics (answer)

2-22-14 Pie charts are usually used for %. The total % for each piece of data added together has to be 100%. The only group of data you have above that would use % is a. This data takes the total voters (100%) and wants to know what percentage voted Democratic, what % voted...

find the lcm of the list of number (answer)

2-22-14 LCM is really fun. Here is what you do: 1. 9, 6, 21, 14 first write out the prime factorization of each number: 9= 3x3 6=2x3 21 = 2x7 14 = 7x2 Now, do this: 9= 3^2; 6=2x3; 21= 2x7; 14=2x7 The only number...

statistics (answer)

2-22-14 a. is correct and the following explanations give you the info: a) Interval data is not only a rank but also has meaningful intervals between scale points. Do Likert data qualify as interval measurements? By choosing the verbal anchors carefully...

statistics (answer)

I think B is false-- here is why: selection bias is statistical error that causes a bias in the sampling portion of an experiment. The error causes one sampling group to be selected more often than other groups included in the experiment. This may produce an inaccurate conclusion...

2-21-14 HMMMM... well we have to experiment for medical research in order to make progress in terms of curing diseases, etc. We need mammals to experiment on so we use the, what we consider to be, insignificant rat which also spreads diseases. Are we...

2-20-14 This is my deduction-- not any sure fact, but something to think about. Remember the 1950s were a very conservative decade. The majority of Americans were conformists, and deeply entrenched in religion, the Bible, etc. In the Old Testament, the slave trade was approved...

1/8 written as a decimal-- you have to divide 1 by 8-- that gives you 0.125 which is your answer!

12 feet long x 4 feet wide x 1 foot deep of mulch= 48 cubic feet of mulch

1/8 as a percent this fraction reads 1 divided by 8-- so divide 1 by eight and you get 0.125-- move decimal over two places to the right and you get 12.5% :)

Populism is a political philosophy that holds that the common person is oppressed by the "elite" in society, and that the instruments of the State need to be grasped from this self-serving elite and used for the benefit and advancement of the people as a whole. Fascism...

hi christina from wikipedia The United States in the 1950s experienced marked economic growth - with an increase in manufacturing and home construction amongst a post-World War II economic boom. The Cold War and its associated conflicts helped create a politically conservative...

European settlers such as French, English and Spanish-- they also brought with them African slaves from West Africa to cultivate the land

Ordinal numbers represent rank in a particular order

level measurement (answer)

they have a system-- so sounds like systematic-- but not 100% sure

let me make sure I understand the wording of the problem- it is saying that Rahul bought 2.500 kg of potatoes which is equal to 2500 potatoes- right? he also bought 3750 onions- right? some onions were lost. at the end he had 4650 kg of veggies left, right...

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