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Of the eighth qraders at the Paxton School, 9 played basketball, 9 played volleyball, 10 played soccer, 1 played basketball and soccer only, 2 played volleyball and soccer only, 1 played basketball and volleyball only, and 2 played volleyball, basketball, and soccer How many played one or more of the three sports? How many eighth graders played one or more of the three sports? urse Enter your answer in the answer box and then cick Cneck Answer eck Aer All parts showing X O Java Update Available A new version of Java is ready to be installed
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EXERCISE 6: PERCENTAGE ERROR Determine the percentage error in each scenario. Show your work on all problems. A dad holds five coins in his hand. He tells his son that if he can guess the amount of 1. money he is holding within 5% error, he can have the money. The son guesses that dad is holding 81 cents. The dad opens his hand and displays 90 cents. Did the son guess close enough to get the money? A science teacher tells her class that their final project requires students to measure a specific variable and determine the velocity of a car with no more than 2.5% error. Jennifer and Johnny work hard and decide the velocity of the car is 34.87 m/s. The teacher informs them that the actual velocity is 34.15 m/s. Will Jennifer and Johnny pass their final project?I A train is on its way from Chicago, IL to Madison, WI. The trip is said to last 3.15 hours. When the train arrives in Madison, the conductor notices the trip took 3.26 hours. The train company prides itself on always having its trains arrive within a 3% error of the expected time. Will the train company live up to its reputation on this trip?
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can some help me solve this, pleaseFind the weekly average temperature in Fargo, North Dakota. Show all work AND write your answer in a complete sentence.negative 8 degree straight F comma space minus 11 degree straight F comma space minus 4 degree straight F comma space 1 degree straight F comma space 9 degree straight F comma space 4 degree straight F comma space minus 5 degree straight F
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Can so one help me solve this, pleaseMatch the given phrase with the equivalent algebraic expression. - A. B. C. D. The product of -12 and a number - A. B. C. D. The quotient of -12 and a number - A. B. C. D. Twice the sum of -12 and a number - A. B. C. D. The sum of -12 and twice a numberA. 2 open parentheses negative 12 plus x close parenthesesB. fraction numerator negative 12 over denominator x end fractionC. negative 12 plus 2 xD. negative 12 x
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The maximum heart rate, in beats per minute, that you should achieve during exercise is 220 minus your age, 220 minus a. Your exercise goal is to improve cardiovascular conditioning. Use the following formulas to answer parts a and b. Lower limit of range Hequalsseven tenths left parenthesis 220 minus a right parenthesis Upper limit of range Hequalsfour fifths (220 minus a) a. What is the lower limit of the heart range, in beats per minute, for a 43-year-old with this exercise goal? The lower limit of the heart range is nothing beats per minute. (Round to the nearest integer as needed.)
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DIscrete MathShow that the function f : X → Y is surjective iff there exists a function h : Y → X such that f · h = 1Y
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Alumco manufactures aluminum sheets and aluminum bars. The maximum production capacity is estimated at either 800 sheets or 600 bars per day. The maximum daily demand is 550 sheets and 560 bars. The profit per ton is $40 per sheet and $35 per bar. Determine the optimal daily production mix
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A nut mixture of almonds and cashew nuts at a small fair is $1.00 per pound of almonds and $4.16 per pound of cashew nuts. Over the entire day, 95 pounds of the nut mixture were sold for $281.44. If p is the number almonds and n is the number of cashew nuts, then the system of equations that models this scenario is: p + n= 95p + 4.16n = 281.44
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A pitcher contains 11.25 cups of iced tea. You drink 1.5 cups of the tea each morning and 0.42 cup of the tea each evening. When will you ran out of iced tea?
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Define functions Fand G from R to R by the following formulas: F(x) = (x + 1)(x - 3) and G(X) = (x - 2)2 - 7: (T/F) F-G True False
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Write an equation for the line that has a slope -8/9 and goes through the point (-7, 7)
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Using the quadratic formula to solve x2 + 20 = 2x, what are the values of x?O 1+ 21iO-1+ V19i1+2 V191iO 1+ V19i
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You have 16 different cuts of flowers and plan to use seven of them how many different selections of the seven flowers are possible
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Two numbers Aand B are such that rhe sum of 5% of A and 4% of B is 2/3 of the sum of 6% A and 8% of B find the ratio of A and B
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What is the slope of this graph? −14 4 14 −4 Number graph ranging from negative 10 to 10 on both the x and y axis. A line passes through the point begin ordered pair 1 comma negative 2 end ordered pair and the point begin ordered pair 0 comma 2 end ordered pair
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Keisha is reading a 350 page book at a rate of 27 pages per day. Use a point-slope equation to determine how many pages she will have left to read after reading the book for 10 days. She will still have ____ pages left yo read after 10 days.
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1,478 people went to the movies on Saturday, and 956 people went to the movies onday. What was the percent decrease in people going to the movies from Saturdayto Sunday. (Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.)
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The product of two positive consecutive integers is 240. Find the integers.
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Liliana noted that the temperature was 45 degrees when she woke up. At noon she started recording the increase in degrees from the morning temperature. Which statement most reasonably explains the hours after the peak increase in temperature?The temperature always rises after a peak.The temperature increase went down because the thermometer’s battery was losing power.The temperature increase went down because it became cooler as the sun went down for the night.The temperature rose after the peak when the sun came out from behind a cloud bank.
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