Suppose p(e) = 57⁄100 , p(fc ) = 7⁄20 , and p(f ∩ ec ) = 31⁄100. find p(e ∪ f). Question solved general 10 months ago 3817

Betty, Jen, and Sue are in 3 different grades (4th, 6th, and 8th) and have 3 different favorite classes (art, math, and science). Betty and the 4th grader do not like science. Jen is 2 grades ahead of the girl who likes math. Sue likes art best and is not in 8th grade. The student who likes math is not in 4th grade. What are Jen's grade and favorite class? Be sure to check both answers Question solved general 10 months ago 9780

The line plots show the results of the number of dollars two different age groups of teenagers earned in one week. Two line plots one above the other, both are labeled from thirty to two hundred twenty by tens. The top line plot is labeled fourteen through sixteen year olds and it has four Xs above fifty, three Xs above one hundred, two Xs above thirty, seventy, eighty and one X above forty, sixty, and one hundred fifty. The bottom line plot is labeled seventeen to ninteen year olds and it has two Xs above one hundred and two hundred, and one X above fifty one hundred twenty, one hundred forty, one hundred fifty, one hundred sixty, one hundred seventy, one hundred eighty, two hundred ten and two hundred twenty. Select from the drop-down menus to complete each statement. The range . The median . Question solved general 10 months ago 4794

• karger's min cut algorithm in the class has probability at least 2/n2 of returning a min-cut. how many times do you have to rerun this algorithm to get the probability of an error to be at most 1/n? Question solved general 10 months ago 7957

△KLM is reflected to form △K′L′M′ .The vertices of △KLM are K (2,4) , L (1,2) , and M (4,1) . The vertices of △K′L′M′ are K′ (4,2), L′ (2,1), and M′ (1,4).Which reflection results in the transformation of △KLM to △K′L′M′ ?A.reflection across the x-axisB.reflection across the y-axisC.reflection across y = xD.reflection across y=−x Question solved general 10 months ago 9714

Which describes the difference between the two sequences? First Sequence: 6, 8, 10, 12, ... Second Sequence: 16, 20, 24, 28, ... The first sequence is arithmetic because there is a common difference of 2. The second sequence is geometric because there is a common ratio of 4. Both sequences are geometric. The first sequence has a common difference of 2, and the second sequence has a common difference of 4. The first sequence is geometric because there is a common ratio of 2. The second sequence is arithmetic because there is a common difference of 4. Both sequences are arithmetic. The first sequence has a common difference of 2, and the second sequence has a common difference of 4. Question solved general 10 months ago 4187

A. what is the probability that a service time is less than or equal to one minute (to 4 decimals)? Question solved general 10 months ago 9021

An outdoor theater has 37 seats in the first row, 40 seats in the second row, and 43 seats in the third row. if this pattern continues, what is the total number of seats in the first 10 rows? Question solved general 10 months ago 1235

Mateo is constructing an equilateral triangle inscribed in a circle with center P. What is his first step?A. Draw a line tangent to a point on the circle using a straight edge.B. Open his compass to a width equal to the diameter of the circle.C. Draw the diameter of the circle through center using a straight edge.D. Mark off segments equal to the diameter around the circle using a compass. Question solved general 10 months ago 2225

Evaluate the surfacuse stokes's theorem to evaluate f · dr c. use a computer algebra system to verify your results. in this case, c is oriented counterclockwise as viewed from above. f(x, y, z) = 2yi + 3zj + xkc.triangle with vertices (5, 0, 0), (0, 5, 0), (0, 0, 5)e integral (x^2+y^2+z^2)ds Question solved general 10 months ago 6542

A supermarket finds that the number of boxes of a new cereal sold increases each week. in the first week, only 16 boxes of the cereal were sold. in the next week, 33 boxes of the cereal were sold and in the third week 50 boxes of the cereal were sold. the number of boxes of cereal sold each week represents an arithmetic sequence. what is the explicit rule for the arithmetic sequence that defines the number of boxes of cereal sold in week n? an=17n+33 an=17n+1 an=17n−1 an=17n−33 Question solved general 10 months ago 3032

Identify the correct point on the number line for each fraction. (5 and 6) Question solved general 10 months ago 6670

The population of Cirque City was 46,229 in 1999 and was 55,680 in 2010. If the population was growing exponentially, what will the population be in2020? Question solved general 10 months ago 9290

Which formulas can be used to find the surface area of a right prism where p is the perimeter of the base, h is the height of the prism, ba is the area of bases, and la is the lateral area? Question solved general 10 months ago 4080

There are 36 chocolates in a box, all identically shaped. there 10 are filled with nuts, 12 with caramel, and 14 are solid chocolate. you randomly select one piece, eat it, and then select a second piece. find the probability of selecting a solid chocolate candy followed by a nut candy. Question solved general 10 months ago 9104

7 divide 0.2 = Show your thinking plz I will give brainlyiest Question solved general 10 months ago 4669

clare spent a total of 25 minutes at the track. she spent 5 minutes stretching and walking 4 laps around the track. if she walked at a constant pace, how long did it take her to walk each lap? what was her pace in inches per second?a. write an equation to represent the time clare spent at the track. use x to represent the time it took her to walk one lap. ____+____x=_____b. solve the equation for x to find the time it takes clare to walk one lapc. after clare walked one lap around a track, her fitness tracker measured the distance as 0.272 miles. the actual of the track is 0.25 miles. is her tracker accurate? is it precise? explain ur answerd. convert 0.272 miles to inches. according to her fitness tracker, how many inches did clare walk? round your answer to the nearest inch. * HINT : THERE ARE 5280 FEET IN 1 MILE, & 12 INCHES IN 1 FOOT)e. convert 5 minutes to seconds Question solved general 10 months ago 8476