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Bill Casler bought a $8000, 9-month certificate of deposit (CD) that would earn 8% annual simple interest. Three months before the CD was due to mature, Bill needed his CD money, so a friend agreed to lend him money and receive the value of the CD when it matured.(a) What is the value of the CD when it matures?(b) If their agreement allowed the friend to earn a 10% annual simple interest return on his loan to Bill, how much did Bill receive from his friend? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)
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Please answer this!! (In your own words.) The best answer gets brainliest!Find the area:
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Mrs Wright spent 2/9 of her paycheck on food and 1/3 on rent. She spent 1/4 of the remainder on transportation. She had $210 left. How much was Mrs. Wright's paycheck ?
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in a state with a population of 2000000 the average vitizen spends 6000 on housing each year. what is the total spent on housing for the state? express answer in a scientific notation
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100 POINTS and BRAINLIEST to get both of these answer the third question on my profile :)
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I have a box of replacement parts that I need to choose one from and place into my tortilla making machine. These parts come in two types: Type 1 has a failure rate of .4, and Type 2 has a failure rate of .75. I also know that, in that box, 30% of the replacement parts are of Type 1. There's no other way to tell the two types apart from one another.I choose a replacement part from the box at random, a place it into the machine and I use the machine to make 30 tortillas; of these, I find that 16 of the tortillas it created are square (failures).Question: What is the probability that I picked a Type 1 part?
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Suppose a jar contains 9 red marbles and 13 blue marbles. If you reach in the jar and pull out 2 marbles at random, find the probability that both are red. Write your answer in decimal form, rounded to the nearest thousandth.
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Hi! Can you please tell me the answer and explain how to do this (in your own words)? The best answer get's brainiest!Find the area:
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Indicate the equation of the line, in standard form, that passes through (2, -4) and has a slope of 3/5. Enter your answer into the blank equation box.
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Jamie and Stella are saving money to sign up for a school trip to Washington, D.C. In order to sign up for the trip, they must pay $600 upfront. Jamie earns his money by washing cars for $25 each. Stella earns her money by making pecan pies for $15 each. Jamie earns more money than Stella does because Stella only has enough supplies to make 40 pies. let x represent the number of cars Jamie washes. Let y represent the number of pies Stella makes. Part 1: Write a constraint (an inequality) to represent how much money Jamie needs for his trip. Part 2: Write a constraint (an inequality) to represent how much money Stella needs for her trip. Part 3: Write a constraint (an inequality) to represent the limitations of Stella's supplies. Part 4: Can Stella afford to sign up for the trip with the money she earns? Explain your answer and show any work that might support your answer.
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Suppose that prior to conducting a coin-flipping experiment, we suspect that the coin is fair. How many times would we have to flip the coin in order to obtain a 95.8% confidence interval of width of at most .14 for the probability of flipping a head? (note that the z-score was rounded to three decimal places in the calculation)a) 217b) 153c) 212d) 209e) 150f) None of the above
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Mikayla is a waitress who makes a guaranteed $50 per day in addition to tips of 20% of all her weekly customer receipts, t. She works 6 days per week. Which of the following functions best represents the amount of money that Mikayla makes in one week?A) f(t) = 50 + 20tB) f(t) = 300 + 20tC) f(t) = 50 + 0.2tD) f(t) = 300 + 0.2t
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Can someone help me with these problems? The majority of them I have answers but I don't understand them. Thanks!What is the area of the triangle with a base of 5 1/2 cm and a height of 3 1/2 cm?My answer - 11 1/2919÷ 2Round to the nearest wholeMy answer-?What is the area of a parallelogram with a base of 14.5 m and a height of 21 m?The cafeteria sold 200 grilled cheese sandwiches, 100 tacos, and 150 grilled chicken salads. What is the ratio in simplest terms of grilled chicken salads sold to the total number of lunches sold?My Answer- 1:3What is the ratio of odd to even digits in the following number:7,208,631My Answer- 3:4Given that one ton is equal to 2000 pounds, what is 5 tons?My Answer- 400 or 1000A table measures 3 feet across. How many inches is this?My Answer-36
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-3,6,-9,12,-15 which of the following represents the general term for the sequence give? (-1)^n3^n(-1)^n3n(-1)^n+1(3)
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In professional basketball games during 2009-2010, when Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers shot a pair of free throws, 8 times he missed both, 152 times he made both, 33 times he only made the first, and 37 times he made the second. Is it plausible that the successive free throws are independent?
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In the 1990s the demand for personal computers in the home went up with household income. For a given community in the 1990s, the average number of computers in a home could be approximated by q = 0.3458 ln x − 3.045 10,000 ≤ x ≤ 125,000 where x is mean household income. A certain community had a mean income of $30,000, increasing at a rate of $1,000 per year. a. How many computers per household were there? (Round your answer to four decimal places.) 0.5198 Correct: Your answer is correct. computers per household. b. How fast was the number of computers in a home increasing? (Round your answer to four decimal places.) 0.0115 Correct: Your answer is correct. computers per household per year.
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In fall 2014, 36% of applicants with a Math SAT of 700 or more were admitted by a certain university, while 18% with a Math SAT of less than 700 were admitted. Further, 38% of all applicants had a Math SAT score of 700 or more. What percentage of admitted applicants had a Math SAT of 700 or more? (Round your answer to the nearest percentage point.)
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Triangular numbers can be represented with equilateral triangles formed by dots. The first five triangular numbers are 1, 3, 6, 10, and 15.?Is there a direct variation between a triangular number and its position in the sequence? Explain your reasoning.
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In a certain carnival game the player selects two balls at random from an urn containing 3 red balls and 9 white balls. The player receives $4 if he draws two red balls and $1 if he draws one red ball. He loses $2 if no red balls are in the sample. Determine the probability distribution for the experiment of playing the game and observing the player's earnings. The probability to draw two red balls is __, to draw one red ball is __, and to draw zero red balls is __.
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In a recent month, 88% of automobile drivers filled their vehicles with regular gasoline, 2% purchased midgrade gas, and 10% bought premium gas. Given that a driver bought regular gas, 28% paid with a credit card; given that they bought midgrade and premium gas, 34% and 42% respectively, paid with a credit card. Suppose we select a customer at random. a. Draw a tree diagram to represent this situation. b. What is the probability that an automobile driver filled with regular gasoline AND paid with a credit card? c. What is the probability that an automobile driver filled with premium gasoline AND did NOT pay with a credit card? d. What’s the probability that the customer paid with a credit card?
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