External link to Review the criteria for a binomial in excel. Example a) On this example we will examine the probability a couple who has 8 children has exactly 5 boys. b) Next we will look at the probability that the

Review the criteria for a binomial in excel. Example a) On this example we will examine the probability a couple who has 8 children has exactly 5 boys. b) Next we will look at the probability that the

Review the criteria for a binomial in excel.Examplea) On this example we will examine the probability a couple who has 8 children has exactly 5 boys.b) Next we will look at the probability that they have more than 5 boys.c) Finally we will look at the probability that they have at most 5 boys.Assume a .5 chance of having a boy.Solution can be solved using […]

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1. Innocent until proven guilty? In Japanese criminal trials, about 95% of the defendants are found guilty. In the United States, about 60% of the defendants are found guilty in criminal trials. (Sour

1. Innocent until proven guilty? In Japanese criminal trials, about 95% of the defendants are found guilty. In the United States, about 60% of the defendants are found guilty in criminal trials. (Source: The Book of Risks, by Larry Laudan, John Wiley and Sons) Suppose you are a news reporter followingfivecriminal trials. (For each answer, enter a number.)(a)If the trials were in Japan, what is […]

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Please create an elementary MATH lesson plan. Use the following website to come up with standards. http://www.corestandards.org/read-the-standards/ Please be sure that your assessment lines up dire

Please create an elementary MATH lesson plan. Use the following website to come up with standards. http://www.corestandards.org/read-the-standards/Please be sure that your assessment lines up directly with your objectives and that your objectives are stated in measurable terms. Remember that verbs such as”understand”and”know”are difficult to assess. You shoulduse terms such as list,define,describe,label,compare,contrast,etc.Although it will be fine to search the web(or other resources)for ideas,it is essential that […]

External link to MAT1222 Section 03 Algebra (5.5 Weeks) – Online Plus – 2021 Summer Quarter Term 2Module 01 AssignmentModule 01 AssignmentModule 01 Content Communicating math symbols and translating word problems into

MAT1222 Section 03 Algebra (5.5 Weeks) – Online Plus – 2021 Summer Quarter Term 2Module 01 AssignmentModule 01 AssignmentModule 01 Content Communicating math symbols and translating word problems into

MAT1222 Section 03 Algebra (5.5 Weeks) – Online Plus – 2021 Summer Quarter Term 2Module 01 AssignmentModule 01 AssignmentModule 01ContentCommunicating math symbols and translating word problems into algebraic expressions and equations are skills necessary in algebra. For each assignment in this course, you will use Microsoft Word Equation Editor to practice these skills.Your assignment is to replicate the following equation using the Microsoft Word Equation […]

External link to Arlene is showing her work in simplifying _7.9 + 8.2 _ 3.4 + 2.1. Identify any errors in her work or in her reasoning. Write feedback to Arlene explaining the mistake she made and how to correct her .

Arlene is showing her work in simplifying _7.9 + 8.2 _ 3.4 + 2.1. Identify any errors in her work or in her reasoning. Write feedback to Arlene explaining the mistake she made and how to correct her .

Arlene is showing her work in simplifying _7.9 + 8.2 _ 3.4 + 2.1. Identify any errors in her work or in her reasoning. Write feedback to Arlene explaining the mistake she made and how to correct her .

External link to MAT1222 Section 03 Algebra (5.5 Weeks) – Online Plus – 2021 Summer Quarter Term 2Module 01 AssignmentModule 01 AssignmentModule 01 Content Communicating math symbols and translating word problems into

MAT1222 Section 03 Algebra (5.5 Weeks) – Online Plus – 2021 Summer Quarter Term 2Module 01 AssignmentModule 01 AssignmentModule 01 Content Communicating math symbols and translating word problems into

MAT1222 Section 03 Algebra (5.5 Weeks) – Online Plus – 2021 Summer Quarter Term 2Module 01 AssignmentModule 01 AssignmentModule 01ContentCommunicating math symbols and translating word problems into algebraic expressions and equations are skills necessary in algebra. For each assignment in this course, you will use Microsoft Word Equation Editor to practice these skills.Your assignment is to replicate the following equation using the Microsoft Word Equation […]

External link to Five discs numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are placed in bag X. Three discs numbered 1, 2 and 3 are placed in bag Y. One disc is taken out from X and one from Y. These represent the coordinates of a point o

Five discs numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are placed in bag X. Three discs numbered 1, 2 and 3 are placed in bag Y. One disc is taken out from X and one from Y. These represent the coordinates of a point o

Five discs numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are placed in bag X. Three discs numbered 1, 2 and 3 are placed in bag Y. One disc is taken out from X and one from Y. These represent the coordinates of a point on the positive x-axis and y-axis respectively, for example (1, 3). Calculate the probability that after one selection from each bag, […]

External link to When viewing a person diving into a swimming pool from the side, the equation : y = 4 + sec [2x + (_/2)] can be used to mode the motion where (_/8) < x < (_/2). Sketch the path of the diver as

When viewing a person diving into a swimming pool from the side, the equation : y = 4 + sec [2x + (_/2)] can be used to mode the motion where (_/8) < x < (_/2). Sketch the path of the diver as

When viewing a person diving into a swimming pool from the side, the equation :y = 4 + sec [2x + (_/2)] can be used to mode the motion where (_/8) < x < (_/2). Sketch the path of the diver as modeled by this equation.

External link to When viewing a person diving into a swimming pool from the side, the equation : y = 4 + sec [2x + (_/2)] can be used to mode the motion where (_/8) < x < (_/2). Sketch the path of the diver as

When viewing a person diving into a swimming pool from the side, the equation : y = 4 + sec [2x + (_/2)] can be used to mode the motion where (_/8) < x < (_/2). Sketch the path of the diver as

When viewing a person diving into a swimming pool from the side, the equation :y = 4 + sec [2x + (_/2)] can be used to mode the motion where (_/8) < x < (_/2). Sketch the path of the diver as modeled by this equation.

External link to Barbara wants to buy a car when she graduates from Central University 4 years from now. She believes that she will need $29,200 to buy the car. (a) Calculate how much money Barbara must put into he

Barbara wants to buy a car when she graduates from Central University 4 years from now. She believes that she will need $29,200 to buy the car. (a) Calculate how much money Barbara must put into he

1. Barbarawants to buy a car when she graduates from Central University4years from now. She believes that she will need $29,200to buy the car.(a)Calculate how much moneyBarbaramust put into her savings account today to have $29,200in4years, assuming she can earn10% compounded annually.(For calculation purposes, use 4 decimal places as displayed in the factor table provided and round final answer to 0 decimal place, e.g. 58,975.)(b)Calculate […]

External link to Barbara wants to buy a car when she graduates from Central University 4 years from now. She believes that she will need $29,200 to buy the car. (a) Calculate how much money Barbara must put into he

Barbara wants to buy a car when she graduates from Central University 4 years from now. She believes that she will need $29,200 to buy the car. (a) Calculate how much money Barbara must put into he

1. Barbarawants to buy a car when she graduates from Central University4years from now. She believes that she will need $29,200to buy the car.(a)Calculate how much moneyBarbaramust put into her savings account today to have $29,200in4years, assuming she can earn10% compounded annually.(For calculation purposes, use 4 decimal places as displayed in the factor table provided and round final answer to 0 decimal place, e.g. 58,975.)(b)Calculate […]

External link to Five discs numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are placed in bag X. Three discs numbered 1, 2 and 3 are placed in bag Y. One disc is taken out from X and one from Y. These represent the coordinates of a point o

Five discs numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are placed in bag X. Three discs numbered 1, 2 and 3 are placed in bag Y. One disc is taken out from X and one from Y. These represent the coordinates of a point o

Five discs numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are placed in bag X. Three discs numbered 1, 2 and 3 are placed in bag Y. One disc is taken out from X and one from Y. These represent the coordinates of a point on the positive x-axis and y-axis respectively, for example (1, 3). Calculate the probability that after one selection from each bag, […]

External link to A bet on black in Roulette has a probability of 18/38 of winning. If you win, you double your money. You can bet anywhere from $1 to $100 on each spin. a. Suppose you have $10, and are going to pl

A bet on black in Roulette has a probability of 18/38 of winning. If you win, you double your money. You can bet anywhere from $1 to $100 on each spin. a. Suppose you have $10, and are going to pl

A bet on black in Roulette has a probability of 18/38 of winning. If you win, you double your money. You can bet anywhere from $1 to $100 on each spin.a. Suppose you have $10, and are going to play until you go broke or have $20. What is your best strategy for playing? Explain using information you learned in this module’s material, such as […]

External link to A bet on black in Roulette has a probability of 18/38 of winning. If you win, you double your money. You can bet anywhere from $1 to $100 on each spin. a. Suppose you have $10, and are going to pl

A bet on black in Roulette has a probability of 18/38 of winning. If you win, you double your money. You can bet anywhere from $1 to $100 on each spin. a. Suppose you have $10, and are going to pl

A bet on black in Roulette has a probability of 18/38 of winning. If you win, you double your money. You can bet anywhere from $1 to $100 on each spin.a. Suppose you have $10, and are going to play until you go broke or have $20. What is your best strategy for playing? Explain using information you learned in this module’s material, such as […]

External link to Tim Hortons is hiring and offers $200 every week plus $5 per hour. McDonalds offers $300 every week plus $2 per hour. State the conditions under which Tim Hortons is the better Employer. hint

Tim Hortons is hiring and offers $200 every week plus $5 per hour. McDonalds offers $300 every week plus $2 per hour. State the conditions under which Tim Hortons is the better Employer. hint

Tim Hortons is hiring and offers $200 every week plus $5 per hour. McDonalds offers $300every week plus $2 per hour. State the conditions under which Tim Hortons is the betterEmployer. hint : come up with equations for each scenario and use desmos to create graphs

External link to An automated weapon located at the point O on the horizontal ground identified an enemys aircraft flying horizontally with the velocity U and the same instant the coordinate of the aircraft (d ,

An automated weapon located at the point O on the horizontal ground identified an enemys aircraft flying horizontally with the velocity U and the same instant the coordinate of the aircraft (d ,

An automated weapon located at the point O on the horizontal ground identified an enemys aircraft flying horizontally with the velocity U and the same instant the coordinate of the aircraft (d , h ) corresponding to the point O. Instantly the weapon projects a bullet in the angle to the horizontal and it colliedes the aircraft when it comes to its maximum height h […]

External link to CLO1: Solve the mathematical problem by using appropriate techniques and solution. (C3, LD1) Instruction: Answer all the question below: 1. This problem cover Chapter 2 (Numerical method). Solve: a

CLO1: Solve the mathematical problem by using appropriate techniques and solution. (C3, LD1) Instruction: Answer all the question below: 1. This problem cover Chapter 2 (Numerical method). Solve: a

CLO1: Solve the mathematical problem by using appropriate techniques and solution. (C3, LD1)Instruction: Answer all the question below:1.This problem cover Chapter 2 (Numerical method). Solve:a) using CROUT method to express L and U value for the matrix A=(8 mark)b) Solvewith initial root=1 using Newton Raphson method.(9 mark)2. A carpenter produces chair and stool product. It takes at least 60 hours in producing a chair and […]

External link to Your mom opened a college fund for you when you were born. The fund had an annual interest rate of 2.5%. When you turned 18, the account had earned $4,275 in interest. What was the amount your mom dep

Your mom opened a college fund for you when you were born. The fund had an annual interest rate of 2.5%. When you turned 18, the account had earned $4,275 in interest. What was the amount your mom dep

Your mom opened a college fund for you when you were born. The fund had an annualinterest rateof 2.5%. When you turned 18, the account had earned $4,275 ininterest. What was theamountyour mom deposited when you were born? Use the formula_I=Prt.

External link to If U={x:x N,x_< 12} be a universal set,A={y:y is odd number}and,B={z:z is even number} a)list the elements of U b)list the elements of A c)list the elements of B d)Are set A and B equal? e)Are set

If U={x:x N,x_< 12} be a universal set,A={y:y is odd number}and,B={z:z is even number} a)list the elements of U b)list the elements of A c)list the elements of B d)Are set A and B equal? e)Are set

If U={x:x N,x_< 12} be a universal set,A={y:y is odd number}and,B={z:z is even number}a)list the elements of Ub)list the elements of Ac)list the elements of Bd)Are set A and B equal?e)Are set A and B equivalent?

External link to If U={x:x N,x_< 12} be a universal set,A={y:y is odd number}and,B={z:z is even number} a)list the elements of U b)list the elements of A c)list the elements of B d)Are set A and B equal? e)Are set

If U={x:x N,x_< 12} be a universal set,A={y:y is odd number}and,B={z:z is even number} a)list the elements of U b)list the elements of A c)list the elements of B d)Are set A and B equal? e)Are set

If U={x:x N,x_< 12} be a universal set,A={y:y is odd number}and,B={z:z is even number}a)list the elements of Ub)list the elements of Ac)list the elements of Bd)Are set A and B equal?e)Are set A and B equivalent?

External link to Q1-Molly invested $600 in her savings account for a period of six months. If saving account was offering her simple interest rate of 2.20% p.m. Calculate: a. The maturity of her investment? b. The in

Q1-Molly invested $600 in her savings account for a period of six months. If saving account was offering her simple interest rate of 2.20% p.m. Calculate: a. The maturity of her investment? b. The in

Q1-Molly invested $600 in her savings account for a period of six months. If saving account was offering hersimple interest rate of 2.20% p.m.Calculate:a. The maturity of her investment?b. The interest she earned at the end of the time period ?Q2-Samantha loaned$300,000to a small business at8.25%compounded semi-annually for3year and4months.a. How much would the business have to repay Samantha at the end of the period?b. How […]

External link to Q1-Molly invested $600 in her savings account for a period of six months. If saving account was offering her simple interest rate of 2.20% p.m. Calculate: a. The maturity of her investment? b. The in

Q1-Molly invested $600 in her savings account for a period of six months. If saving account was offering her simple interest rate of 2.20% p.m. Calculate: a. The maturity of her investment? b. The in

Q1-Molly invested $600 in her savings account for a period of six months. If saving account was offering hersimple interest rate of 2.20% p.m.Calculate:a. The maturity of her investment?b. The interest she earned at the end of the time period ?Q2-Samantha loaned$300,000to a small business at8.25%compounded semi-annually for3year and4months.a. How much would the business have to repay Samantha at the end of the period?b. How […]

External link to Q1-Molly invested $600 in her savings account for a period of six months. If saving account was offering her simple interest rate of 2.20% p.m. Calculate: a. The maturity of her investment? b. The i

Q1-Molly invested $600 in her savings account for a period of six months. If saving account was offering her simple interest rate of 2.20% p.m. Calculate: a. The maturity of her investment? b. The i

Q1-Molly invested $600 in her savings account for a period of six months. If saving account was offering her simple interest rate of 2.20% p.m.Calculate:a. The maturity of her investment?b. The interest she earned at the end of the time period ?

External link to Which number system(s) are like the BASE 4 number system? Convert 750 into base 11. Convert 836 into base 11. Fill in the blank: 22810 = ___________ 3 (i.e. 228 in base 10 is equivalent to what nu

Which number system(s) are like the BASE 4 number system? Convert 750 into base 11. Convert 836 into base 11. Fill in the blank: 22810 = ___________ 3 (i.e. 228 in base 10 is equivalent to what nu

Which number system(s) are like theBASE 4number system?Convert 750 into base 11.Convert 836 into base 11.Fill in the blank: 22810=___________3(i.e. 228 in base 10is equivalent to what number in base 3?)What number is 2 after 2013(i.e.121 in base 3)?What number is 3 before 2013(i.e.121 in base 3)?What number is 2before 1213(i.e.121 in base 3)?Fill in the blank: 1223=___________10(i.e.122in base 3 is equivalent to what number […]

External link to Select the correct answer from each drop-down menu.The ratio of the number of circles to the number of triangles in simplest form is 2 : 34 : 32 : 13 : 4. The number of circles that need to be added

Select the correct answer from each drop-down menu.The ratio of the number of circles to the number of triangles in simplest form is 2 : 34 : 32 : 13 : 4. The number of circles that need to be added

Select the correct answer from each drop-down menu.The ratio of the number of circles to the number of triangles in simplest form is2 :34 :32 :13 :4.The number of circles that need to be added to make the ratio1 :1is

External link to Select the correct answer from each drop-down menu.The ratio of the number of circles to the number of triangles in simplest form is 2 : 34 : 32 : 13 : 4. The number of circles that need to be added

Select the correct answer from each drop-down menu.The ratio of the number of circles to the number of triangles in simplest form is 2 : 34 : 32 : 13 : 4. The number of circles that need to be added

Select the correct answer from each drop-down menu.The ratio of the number of circles to the number of triangles in simplest form is2 :34 :32 :13 :4.The number of circles that need to be added to make the ratio1 :1is

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A confectioner sells two types of nut mixtures. The standard-mixture package contains 100 g of cashews and 200 g of peanuts and sells for $1.85. The deluxe-mixture package contains 150 g of cashews an

A confectioner sells two types of nut mixtures. The standard-mixture package contains 100 g of cashews and 200 g of peanuts and sells for $1.85. The deluxe-mixture package contains 150 g of cashews and 50 g of peanuts and sells for $2.35. The confectioner has 15 kg of cashews and 20 kg of peanuts available. On the basis of past sales, the confectioner needs to […]

External link to The Moon Illusion refers, roughly speaking, to the common experience that the moon appears larger (and closer to us) when it is near the horizon than when it is at its zenith. Wishing to investigate t

The Moon Illusion refers, roughly speaking, to the common experience that the moon appears larger (and closer to us) when it is near the horizon than when it is at its zenith. Wishing to investigate t

The Moon Illusion refers, roughly speaking, to the common experience that the moon appears larger (and closer to us) when it is near the horizon than when it is at its zenith. Wishing to investigate the causes of the illusion (which are still debated), we have designed an experiment in which participants must adjust the diameter of a variable circular light placed at eye level […]

External link to The Moon Illusion refers, roughly speaking, to the common experience that the moon appears larger (and closer to us) when it is near the horizon than when it is at its zenith. Wishing to investigate t

The Moon Illusion refers, roughly speaking, to the common experience that the moon appears larger (and closer to us) when it is near the horizon than when it is at its zenith. Wishing to investigate t

The Moon Illusion refers, roughly speaking, to the common experience that the moon appears larger (and closer to us) when it is near the horizon than when it is at its zenith. Wishing to investigate the causes of the illusion (which are still debated), we have designed an experiment in which participants must adjust the diameter of a variable circular light placed at eye level […]

External link to Mr. Teo and Mrs. Teo have some money each. If Mr. Teo gives Mrs. Teo $25, they will have the same amount of money. If he gives Mrs. Teo $6, she will have 50% as much money as him. a) How much do they

Mr. Teo and Mrs. Teo have some money each. If Mr. Teo gives Mrs. Teo $25, they will have the same amount of money. If he gives Mrs. Teo $6, she will have 50% as much money as him. a) How much do they

Mr. Teo and Mrs. Teo have some money each. If Mr. Teo gives Mrs. Teo $25, they will have the same amount of money. If he gives Mrs. Teo $6, she will have 50% as much money as him.a) How much do they have in total?b) How much does each of them have?

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