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Two factory plants are making TV panels. Yesterday, Plant A produced 4000 fewer panels than Plant B did. Two percent of the panels from Plant A and 4% of the panels from Plant B were defective. How many panels did Plant B produce, if the two plants together produced 700 defective panels?
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2 months ago
PLEASE HELP ME WITH THUS QUIZ ASAP!!#1 Which equation represents a direct linear variation? y=25xy = x2y=1xy = x + 3#2 Which is the direct linear variation equation for the relationship?y varies directly with x and y = 10 when x = 2. y = x + 8 y=x−8 y = 2x + 6 y = 5x#3 If f(x) varies directly with x and f(x) = 50 when x = –10, then what is f(x) when x = 15? –150 –75 –30 –5#4 The number of miles Abigail’s boat travels, m, varies directly with the amount of time Abigail spends boating, t. If she spends 2 h in her boat, she travels 19 mi.Which direct linear variation equation models the information? m = 4.5t m = 21t m = 17t m = 9.5t#5 The total distance a balloon rises into the sky varies directly with the amount of time it is in the air. Manny released his balloon, and after 5 s it had risen 40.5 yd.How far will the balloon have risen after 10 s?Enter the answer in the box.yd.#6 The cost of buying apples varies directly with the number of apples purchased.If 8 lb of apples cost $17.20, how many pounds of apples can be purchases for $43?Enter the answer in the box.lbs.#7 What is the constant of variation for the quadratic variation?7y = 0.28x2 0.04 0.28 0.98 7#8 Which is the quadratic variation equation for the relationship?y varies directly with x2 and y = 36 when x = 3. y = 12x2 y=112x2y=14x2y = 4x2#9 What is the constant of variation for the inverse variation?xy=13 161336#10 Write the inverse variation equation for the relationship:y varies inversely with x and y = 4 when x = 2. y=12xy = x + 2y = 2xy=8x
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I. Getting the Phone Call: When I finally got the phone call from the producers of the reality TV show "The Coolest Kid in School" telling me I had been accepted as a part of the show's final cast, you’d think that my mom would’ve been happy about it—even proud. I’d shown more initiative in applying for the show than I’d ever shown in trying to improve my grade point average: I’d made an awesome audition tape, filled out a huge 15 page application (including four essays!), and done five different stressful interviews before a panel of producers in order to make the final cut. The phone call informing me that I was on the show was a dream come true for me. But for my mom? No way. She immediately changed her tune from supporting my dream of starring on a reality TV show to doing nothing but questioning it. It’s not so much that she’s opposed to this reality show (focusing on pitting teenagers against one another in a televised popularity contest), it’s all reality shows that she thinks are, in her words, “hate-filled, degrading, and wicked.” She could not be more wrong, though. II. My Mom is Over-reacting: Let’s just face it. People who hate reality shows are really just old, humorless sourpusses. These are people whose last favorite TV show was something produced 40 years ago in black-and-white. They want tv shows to look like what they want reality to look like and not look like what it actually is. In old TV shows, the good guys always win and morality prevails. But reality is not like that—and thus reality shows aren’t either. III. Defending the Reality Show Genre Reality shows, as the name implies, reflect “reality” without any preconceptions or judgments. What happens on a reality show is what really happens in life. We all know, for example, that in real life it’s not WHAT you know, it’s WHO you know. Reality shows demonstrate this truism in episode after episode. Reality shows put a microcosm of American life on display for all to see. They allow everyday people the chance to be on television and become famous! My mom claims that reality shows have made young people more rude and aggressive, but without reality shows, young people would be even more aggressive and rude because they wouldn’t have a legitimate outlet for their anti-social impulses. My mom refuses to recognize that reality shows dominate the airwaves because they are so popular. If they’re so corrosive and decadent, how could millions of people tune in every week to watch these shows? Can millions of people be wrong? What I truly can’t understand is why my mom isn’t excited about the money I could bring home from "The Coolest Kid in School"—almost $100,000 that could go straight to my college fund! If for no other reason, my mom should be excited about me getting on a reality show because I’m now going to be on a reality show. People clearly enjoy watching reality shows judging from their ratings, but even more than that, people enjoy being ON reality shows. I want my chance to know that enjoyment firsthand. I know it will kill my mom to watch me willingly walk into a group of people, some of whom were chosen precisely because they are likely to cause drama and argue with me, but you know what? It’s no different than me leaving home and walking into the real world where those same kinds of people exist too. So, Mom, I know you don’t understand my happiness at entering what you call “a world of pain,” but it’s my choice. You’ve supported me this far. I hope you’ll continue to support me once you see me on the TV screen. If the author wanted to add another heading for a new section, which title for that heading would be the BEST choice to further support his argument? 17 points pleaseee helpppp A .Reasons my mother's opinions don't matter B. A history of the development of the reality shows C. Other types of game shows from the past five years D. Positive benefits resulting from being on a reality show
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2 months ago
Simplify each of the problems.a·a²·a³(6x²)(-3x⁵)(3x³)(3x⁴)(-3x²)18c³ ÷ -3c²9a³b⁵ ÷ -3ab²(x²)⁷(-2x⁴)⁵8x⁰6x·3x⁵·x⁰
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The width of a triangle is six more than twice the height. The area of the triangle is 88in2. Find the height and base of the triangle.
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Lenay created this drawing to represent what occurred during her Science class experiment. Based on her drawing,what happened?8o QQchangeA molecular reversalA phase changeA chemical changeA physical change
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Susan is having a Halloween party at her house, but you can't remember which house it is! You know that Laura does NOT live directly next to Susan. Kate and Eve are direct neighbors, and Laura lives further to the left of Kate. Which one is Susan's house?
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2 months ago
2x - y + z = 15-6x - y - z= -114x - 3y - z= 0
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The ratio of the number of tools Victor has to the number of tools Ilya has is 5:2. Victor has 42 more tools than Ilya. How many tools should Victor give to Ilya so that the ratio of the number of tools Victor has to the number of tools Ilya has will be 3:4?
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Un carpintero quiere cortar una plancha de triple y de 1m de largo y 60 cm de ancho, en cuadrados lo más grandes posibles. El carpintero debe utilizar toda la plancha de triple y h no desperdiciar ningún pedazo ¿cual debe ser la longitud del lado de cada cuadrado?
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2 months ago
Find the exact volume of a cone 6yd height 5yd base
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a ruby throated hummingbird is about 4 in long and is it noted for its annual non-stop migration of 500 miles across the Gulf of Mexico and for the rabbit flopping of its wings some hummingbirds flap their wings 55 times per second if the ruby-throated hummingbird is only 4 inches long and migrates 500 miles how many of the hummingbird the body length are equal to the distance of its migration
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ABC has coordinates of A (-8,-8), B (4,-2), and C (2,2). Find the coordinates of its image after a dilation centered at the origin with a scale factor of 1.5A. A(–5.33, –5.33), B(2.67, –1.33), C(1.33, 1.33)B. A(–12, –12), B(6, –3), C(3, 3)C. A(–12, –8), B(6, –2),C(3, 2)D. A(–8, –8), B(4, –2), C(2, 2)
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The p-value for a two-sided test of the null hypothesis H0: μ = 10 is 0.06.(a) Would a 95% confidence interval for μ include the value 10? Why?(b) Would a 90% confidence interval for μ include the value 10? Why?
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2 months ago
The 3 × 3 matrix P satisfies the matrix equation P^2 = P.(a) What are the possibilities for the determinant of P?(b) Explain why there are no other possibilities.(c) For each possible determinant, give an example of P with that determinant.
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Find the x-coordinates of all critical points of the given function. Determine whether each critical point is a relative maximum, minimum, or neither by first applying the second derivative test, and, if the test fails, by some other method. f(x) = 5x4 − 2x3
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2 months ago
The monthly starting salaries of students who receive an MBA degree have a population standard deviation of $120. What sample size should be selected to obtain a .95 probability of estimating the population mean monthly income within a margin of $20? [sample size]
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After checking to ensure that the sample data follows the necessary condition for using the t-procedure, we use Minitab to get a 90% confidence interval to estimate mu. We find it to be (118.51 ounces, 124.29 ounces). What does this interval tell us?
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A survey is taken among customers of a fast-food restaurant to determine preference for hamburger or chicken. Of 200 respondents selected, 75 were children and 125 were adults. 120 preferred hamburger and 80 preferred chickens. 55 of the children preferred hamburger and 20 preferred chickens. Set up a 2x2 contingency table using this information and answer the following questions:FoodAge Hamburger Chicken TotalChild 55 20 75Adult 65 60 125Total 120 80 200a) What is the probability that a randomly selected individual is an adult?b) What is the probability that a randomly selected individual is a child and prefers chicken?c) Given the person is a child, what is the probability that this child prefers a hamburger?d) Assume we know that a person has ordered chicken, what is the probability that this individual is an adult?
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2 months ago
Abscissa is: a. the first number (or x value) of an ordered pair coordinate plane b. a way of locating points in a plane that consists of a horizontal and a vertical number line intersecting at the zeros coordinates c. an ordered pair, (x, y), that describes the location of a point in the coordinate plane ordinate d. the second number (or y-value) of an ordered pair origin e. the point of intersection, (0, 0), of the axes in the coordinate plane quadrant f. region in the coordinate plane x-axis g. the horizontal axis in the coordinate plane y-axis h. the vertical axis in the coordinate plane
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