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Brittany surveyed the students in three different Chemistry classes regarding the average number of hours of sleep they get each night. She calculated the mean and standard deviation, SD, of the data and recorded the results in the table below.Class A Mean = 7.35SD = 2.92Class BMean = 6.87SD = 3.65Class CMean = 8.14SD = 3.10Use the information provided to complete the following statement.Class ( A, B, C) shows the most consistency in the number of hours slept per night because the(standard deviation, mean) is the (highest, lowest).
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Consider F and C below. F(x, y) = x4y5i + x5y4j, C: r(t) = t3 − 2t, t3 + 2t , 0 ≤ t ≤ 1 (a) Find a function f such that F = ∇f. f(x, y) = (b) Use part (a) to evaluate C F · dr along the given curve C.
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WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST AND 16 POINTSStudents at a playground are divided into 5 equal groups with at least 6 students in each group. Write an inequality to represent the number of students at the playground.
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2 months ago
Please help!! I'll give 30 points to the brainliest!! Please help!!
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2 months ago
plz helpno guessing
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2 months ago
Justin writes the letters I-L-L-I-N-O-I-S on cards and then places the card in a hat. What are the odds in favor of picking an I? a. 5:3 b. 3:5 c. 3:7 d. 1:2
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plz help no guessing please
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The perimeter of a scalene triangle is 14.5 cm. The longest side is twice that of the shortest side. Which equation can be used to find the side lengths if the longest side measures 6.2 cm? PChoose the correct answer.
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Given: AB ≅ AE; BC ≅ DE Prove: ∠ACD ≅ ∠ADC Complete the paragraph proof. We are given AB ≅ AE and BC ≅ DE. This means ABE is an isosceles triangle. Base angles in an isosceles triangle are congruent based on the isosceles triangle theorem, so ∠ABE ≅ ∠AEB. We can then determine △ABC ≅ △AED by . Because of CPCTC, segment AC is congruent to segment . Triangle ACD is an isosceles triangle based on the definition of isosceles triangle. Therefore, based on the isosceles triangle theorem, ∠ACD ≅ ∠ADC.
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2 months ago
Find three solutions of the equation y = 9x - 4A. (-5, -49), (-2, -22), (3, 23)B. (-5, -49), (2, -22), (3, 23)C. (-5, -49), (-2, 22), (-3, 23)D. (5, -49), (-2, 22), (-3, 23)
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I need help as soon as possible
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PLEASE HELP AND ANSWER ASAP!!!!! NO WORK NEEDED TO BE SHOWN!! JUST THE ANSWER IS GOOD!!! PLEASE!!! I"LL GIVE BRAINLIEST 30 POINTS!!!!
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2 months ago
Clayton needs to reflect the triangle below across the line y=xWhich statements about the reflection are true? Check all that apply.Clayton could use the relationship (x,y) - (y,x) to find the points of the image.Clayton could negate both the x and y values in the points to find the points of the image.C’ will remain in the same location as C because it is on the line of reflection.C’ will move because all points move in a reflection.The image and the pre-image will be congruent triangles.The image and pre-image will not have the same orientation because reflections flip figures.
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Sarah has run 108 miles over the last 15 days while preparing for an upcoming marathon. She ran either 6 miles a day or 8 miles a day. During the 15 day period, how many days did Sarah run an 8 mile day? A) 6 B) 7 C) 8 D) 9
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2 months ago
100 POINTS!!A matinee ticket costs $6 per adult and $1 per child. On a certain day, the total number of adults (a) and children (c) who saw a movie was 35, and the total money collected was $70. Which of the following options represents the number of children and the number of adults who saw a movie that day, and the pair of equations that can be solved to find the numbers? (4 points) 7 children and 28 adults Equation 1: a + c = 35 Equation 2: 6a − c = 70 7 children and 28 adults Equation 1: a + c = 35 Equation 2: 6a + c = 70 28 children and 7 adults Equation 1: a + c = 35 Equation 2: 6a + c = 70 28 children and 7 adults Equation 1: a + c = 35 Equation 2: 6a − c = 70
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2 months ago
Two cell phone companies have different rate plans. Runfast has monthly charges $10 plus $4 per gig of data. B A &D’s monthly charge is $6 plus $6 per gig of data. Which company has the better deal for customers that don’t us much data? How do you know? Be sure to include how your response relates to the point of intersection.
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2 months ago
You roll a number cube and flip a coin. What is the probability of rolling a number less than 5 and flipping heads? Write your answer as a mixed number.
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Carl uses the order of operations to find the unknown number 2+6×3=bwhat is b
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Which graph shows a method for finding the image of point D if the parallelogram is reflected across the dashed line?ALL FOUR ANSWERS ARE PORVIDED!(the first image is the original photo not an answer)
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50 POINTS AND ILL GIVE BRAINLIEST!!!! Arionna needed to graph triangle PQR reflected across the y-axis. Her work is shown below. Which statements identify her errors? Check all that apply.Arionna did not find the correct point for P’. She should have negated the x-value, not the y-value.Arionna did not find the correct value for Q’. All points in a reflection will move.Arionna did not find the correct value for R’. She should have negated the y-value, not the x-value.Arionna’s red triangle should be reflected below the horizontal axis rather than across the vertical axis.Arionna switched the order of the coordinates of P’ (3, –7) when she graphed them.
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