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2 months ago

The probability that student scored more than 850 we shall proceed as follows:

z=(x-μ)/σ

where:

x=850

μ=750

σ=50

thus

z=(850-750)/50

z=2

thus

P(x>850)=1-P(x<850)=1-P(z<2)=1-0.9772=0.0228

Answer: P(x>850)=0.0228

z=(x-μ)/σ

where:

x=850

μ=750

σ=50

thus

z=(850-750)/50

z=2

thus

P(x>850)=1-P(x<850)=1-P(z<2)=1-0.9772=0.0228

Answer: P(x>850)=0.0228

Guest #3765

2 months ago

**Answer:**

2%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Which of the following terms correctly describes 4:1?

Solution 1

Ratio? i don't know if thats exactly what it's asking but it's a ratio

Solution 2

**Answer:**

The answer is Ratio

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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WHAT IS 1/3 OF 97.50

Solution 1

The answer is 32.5. You can also do 97.5 * 0.333 = 32.46 (rounded up is 32.5).

Solution 2

Ans: 32.5 because you multiply it both together.....i really dont know i used the calculator XD sorry

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ella wants to use the Communicative property of multiplication to help find the product 5×4. What number sentence can she use?

Solution 1

Five times four equals four times five

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A rectangle has a width of 8 centimeters and an area of 160 square centimeters a similar rectangle has an area of 250 square centimeters. What are the dimensions of the larger rectangle?

Solution 1

I'm a bit confused and there is not a lot of information given to this.

From what I know, the dimensions of the larger rectangle can be found from length x width = 250 square centimetres.

Any multiplication problem that equals 250 could work out for length x width.

From what I know, the dimensions of the larger rectangle can be found from length x width = 250 square centimetres.

Any multiplication problem that equals 250 could work out for length x width.

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Which point best approximates the root of 45

Solution 1

To solve for √45 we shall proceed as follows:

We rewrite 45 as 3²×5

thus

√45=√(3²×5)

pulling terms out from under the radical we obtain

3√5

thus the exact answer form is:

3√5

or the decimal form is:

6.70820393

We rewrite 45 as 3²×5

thus

√45=√(3²×5)

pulling terms out from under the radical we obtain

3√5

thus the exact answer form is:

3√5

or the decimal form is:

6.70820393

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What is the maximum for
f(x)= 625-16x^2

Solution 1

The maximum is x=3.42

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Ming Ling Ching has 4 apples to the power of 12. How many apples does he/she have?

Solution 1

To find the amount of apples she has you must multiply 4x4x4x4x4x4x4x4x4x4x4x4

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Credit card A offers an APR of 27.29%, compounded monthly, while credit card B offers an APR of 27.12%, compounded daily. All else being equal, which card offers the better deal for the consumer?

Solution 1

The **effective **interest rate, also known as the **effective annual **interest rate, annual **equivalent **rate, or simply effective rate. The **card **which **offers **a **better deal **to the **customer **is **Credit card A.**

The **effective **interest rate, also known as the **effective annual **interest rate, annual **equivalent **rate, or simply effective rate, is the **interest **rate on a loan or **financial product **that is **restated **from the nominal interest rate and expressed as the **equivalent interest **rate if **compound **interest was **payable annually **in arrears. It is calculated by the formula,

EIR = [1+(i/n)]ⁿ - 1

The **effective **rate of **interest **on Credit **Card A** is,

Effective rate = [1+(i/n)]ⁿ - 1 = [1+(0.2729/12)]¹² - 1 = 30.97%

The **effective **rate of **interest **on Credit **Card B **is,

Effective rate = [1+(i/n)]ⁿ - 1 = [1+(0.2712/365)]³⁶⁵ - 1 = 31.14%

Since the **effective rate **of Credit card A is less than credit card B, therefore, the **card **which **offers **a **better deal **to the **customer **is **Credit card A.**

Learn more about **Effective Interest Rates:**

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Solution 2

Credit card A, because it's effective interest rate is about o.16% less than that of credit card B.

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Daisy is cooking pasta. The recipe says she needs 480 grams of pasta for 4 people. How many kilograms will she need for 14?

Solution 1

480 grams of pasta = 480 grams x (1 kilogram / 1,000 grams) = 0.48 kilograms

Rule of three:

Pasta People

(kilograms)

0.48 → 4

x ← 14

x=(14 * 0.48)/4

x=1.68

Answer: She will need 1.68 kilograms of pasta for 14 people

Rule of three:

Pasta People

(kilograms)

0.48 → 4

x ← 14

x=(14 * 0.48)/4

x=1.68

Answer: She will need 1.68 kilograms of pasta for 14 people

Solution 2

**Answer:**

1.68 kilo grams are required for 14 people.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

First of all the answer is required in kilo grams and the data given is in grams.

Lets convert the given value to kilo grams;

480 grams = 0.48 kilo grams

If 0.48 kilo grams are required to cater 4 people then how many kilo grams are required to cater 14 people?

⇒ kilo grams

**1.68 kilo grams.**

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