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  • Answered Arithmatic

    What r pairs of numbers between 50 to 100 of which HCF is 16

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    1. View the following Week 2 Videos Khan Academy's "Vertical Asymptote of Natural Log" Khan Academy's "Visually Determining Vertical Asymptotes" What is a vertical asymptote?  How can you determine if a function has a vertical asymptote? word count 60 can use example if want to 2. Is it possible...

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      1. In 60 words describe how to use MyMathLab successful.  2. Using Desmos (www.desmos.com ), graph the equation   and y=x1/2.    Then (on a new   graph) graph   and y=x?.  What do you notice about the domain and range of each graph? 3. what other strategies or helpful hints do you have when it com...

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    (This is an extra credit for statistics.) What does Going above the odds (GATO) mean? (Hint: Think about rules of fractions.)

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    To prepare for this Part 2 of your Assignment: Review Warner’s Chapter 12 and Chapter 2 of the Wagner course text and the media program found in this week’s Learning Resources and consider the use of dummy variables. Using the SPSS software, open the Afrobarometer dataset or the High School Longitu...

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    Say that you (or your parents) are purchasing a house for $235,000 and have an excellent credit score. If you pay $1,678.93 at the end of the first month, how much is applied to the principal balance?  SecuredUnsecuredCreditAPR (%)APR (%)Excellent4.755.50Good5.005.90Average5.856.75Fair6.407.25Poor7....

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    You are purchasing a car for $12,465.00 plus 5.65% sales tax. You make a $1,300.00 down payment and have a fair credit score. If you improved your credit score to good and paid $1,500 on your purchase, how much interest could you save in the first month?  SecuredUnsecuredCreditAPR (%)APR (%)Excellen...

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    I wil pay some one 10 each test ( 5 test total ) i can pay friday morning that is my pay day for me if someone helps me with these test. need answeres right away will send quetions over the message . thanks in advance

  • Waiting for answer Out of all the students who auditioned for a play 43% receiv...

    Out of all the students who auditioned for a play 43% received a role. About what percent of students who auditioned received roles? Explain 

  • Waiting for answer 7 Questions About Statistics

    Hi!  I'd like you to help me with 7 questions that I have about statistics. I also need it excel page that you are going to use for calculating. Excel sheets are very important for me also. Is there anyone out there who will be able to answer those 7 questions?

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    Hi!  I'd like you to help me with 20 questions that I have about statistics. I also need it excel page that you are going to use for calculating. Is there anyone out there who will be able to answer those 20 questions?

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    I need help with math hm thats all due on sunday so i can graduate may 23. I can pay who ever helps me on friday since that is when my work payes me. Ill keep like a tab for whoever helps me and pay them friday evening. 

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    I need help raisnig my math grades. The grade for semester 2 consumer math is due on sunday and the grade needs to be at 61 or higher.

  • Waiting for answer Statistics Final Exam

    Hello. I have an statistics final exam that I would love some help on. It is all online. You would just need my login information to the site AT 2:00PM ON MAY 3RD. There is no other time to take the test so we would need to be in touch to make sure you are at the cite at 2:00. Thanks!! Looking for...

  • Waiting for answer MATH101 MOD1 DISCUSSION

    M1D1: Filling a Swimming Pool In this discussion, you will work in small groups in online discussions to solve a mathematics problem involving changes of units. This group discussion will help prepare you for activity M1A2, in which you will write and submit an individual complete solution to a simi...

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    Newborn weight. A study takes an SRS from a population of full-term infants. The standard deviation of birth weights in this population is 2 pounds. Calculate 95% confidence intervals for μ for samples in which: a)      n = 81 and = 6.1 pounds b)      n = 36 and = 7.0 pounds c)       n = 9 and = 5...

  • Answered A+b a-b

    a+b

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    You purchase a computer for $755.00 plus 5% sales tax. You decide to finance it through the store's 0% interest program for six months. The terms state you must pay $50.00/month and that if you miss a payment, you will be assessed a late fee of $39.00 plus the interest accrued to that point at a 17....

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    To prepare for this Discussion: Review Warner’s Chapter 12 and Chapter 2 of the Wagner course text and the media program found in this week’s Learning Resources and consider the use of dummy variables. Create a research question using the General Social Survey dataset that can be answered by multip...

  • Waiting for answer Suppose the radius of the half cylinder thermos stays the sa...

    Suppose the radius of the half cylinder thermos stays the same and the he is halved. Describe how the change in dimension affects the volume of the thermos. Justify your answer

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