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three calculus small test
three calculus small test three calculus small test
due tomorrow! willing to pay 20$ each
Mathematics > Calculus |

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Inertia of Lamina
Find the moment of inertia, I(x), of the lamina that has constant mass density p and occupies the disk x^2 + y ^2 - ax < 0 about the x -axis.
Mathematics > Calculus |

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Writing about the work of a scientist or mathematician
3 papers Writing about the work of a scientist or mathematician
Mathematics > General Mathematics |

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Spas project
Project Outline
1. Pick a meaningful survey topic that can be investigated by asking people in your surroundings (students, coworkers, neighbors, etc.). Identify and explain how the sample was selected. You must survey at least 30 people.
2. Your survey must contain 2 questions:
a. 1 question that has a qualitative (word) response
b. 1 question that has a quantitative (numeric) response.
3. You must get your instructor to approve the survey (either verbally or via e-mail).
4. Collect and compile...
Mathematics > Statistics |

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Express in Logarithmic Form
Express this exponential equation in logarithmic firm: 1096.63=e^7
Mathematics > Algebra |

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Math 209 University of Phoenix
I need help with all labs week 1-5.
Mathematics > Algebra |

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Discussion 6.1: Growth Charts
Comment on the article you read regarding the CDC on growth charts.
Now read the following: A light bulb manufacturer keeps track of the length of use of its light bulbs that it produces by choosing random samples and testing. Why would they find it necessary to keep this data? Why would it be necessary to know this information?
What would happen if a consumer purchased a package of light bulbs and three out of four of them burned out after 200 hours of use when the package states that each bulb...
Mathematics > General Mathematics |

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Discussion 5.1: Probability
Look up the capacity of an event center near you. For example: If I lived in Los Angeles, I could look up the capacity of the staples center and find out it seats 18,118.
Imagine you are in the event center, if they draw your seat number you will win $1000, what is the probability that you will win? If you had to pay to enter a drawing with the same probability of winning, how much would you be willing to pay to enter?
Mathematics > General Mathematics |

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math assignment. Need within 12 hours
math questions................................................................................
Mathematics > Calculus |

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MATH STAT 100
Basic statistics, 25 questions multiple choice.
Mathematics > Statistics |

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MATH STAT100
Multiple choice twenty five questions
Mathematics > Statistics |

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Basic Statistics STAT100
Looking for help with the attached 25 question multiple choice. I have four of these assignments I will need help with, my last tutor got me an F and then failed to come through in time.
Mathematics > Statistics |

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Math problem
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let me know if you can do it
Mathematics > General Mathematics |

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Combinatorics
Solve using generating functions:
(see attached)
Mathematics > Combinatorics |

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Statistics - Crossover Clinical Trials Bonus Question
As a bonus, you are asked to prepare graphical representation(s) of the data. For example, you might prepare a simple plot of mean responses (mean AUC values) for each treatment arm and for each period. Or, you could give patient profile plots of individual AUC values by period and treatment. Describe whether histograms, boxplots, or scatter plots would work with these data. If you assume that there are no significant carryovers or period effects in this trial, explain how you would display the treatment...
Mathematics > Statistics |

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explanation
The annual per capita consumption of bottled water was 33.7 gallons. Assume that the per capita consumption of bottled water is approximately normally distributed with a mean of 33.733.7 and a standard deviation of 12 gallons.
a. What is the probability that someone consumed more than 39 gallons of bottled water?
b. What is the probability that someone consumed between 30 and 40 gallons of bottled water?
c. What is the probability that someone consumed less than 30 gallons of bottled water?
d....
Mathematics > Statistics |

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Sequence Problem
Discussion 3.2: Sequence Problem
The formula that is presented in the YouTube video Application of arithmetic series in real life (hosted by mattam66) was derived from looking at many examples of sequences. If a person took the time to write out the solution by hand they would come up with the very same answer. Make up an arithmetic sequence problem (find the 10th value) and share with the discussion board. Choose one classmates' discussion and try their problem and share the result. The writer then...
Mathematics > General Mathematics |

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Rabbits Population
Discussion 3.1: Rabbits Thinking Mathematically 6th Edition Question
Consider the problem: A rabbit population grew in the following pattern: 2, 4, 8, 16... If all of the rabbits live and continue in the pattern, how many rabbits will be in the 8th generation? (32, 128, 256, or 512?) This is an example of a geometric sequence.
Comment on the rabbit question above and your method of solution.
Mathematics > General Mathematics |

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engineering mathematics
find the attachment and provide solution
Mathematics > Logic |

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statistics
please do the assignment as per attachment , plagriasm free, and in proper format.
Mathematics > Statistics |

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probability
Exercise 1
Suppose you are a Pokémon Trainer in the Kanto region. You are currently walking through the tall grass of Viridian Forest. When walking through talk grass, you will encounter wild Pokémon. Pokémon encounters happen one-at-a-time and you may assume they are independent.
In Viridian Forest, there are five potential Pokémon that you may encounter. The following shows the probability that any one encounter is a particular Pokémon, as well as the Pokémon’s type.
Caterpie Caterpie:...
Mathematics > Probability |

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Statistics Homework ( for expertsolutions)
A researcher predicts that watching a film on institutionalization will change students’ attitudes about chronically mentally ill patients. The researcher randomly selects a class of 36 students, shows them the film, and gives them a questionnaire about their attitudes. The mean score on the questionnaire for these 36 students is 70. The score for people in general on this questionnaire is 75, with a standard deviation of 12. Using the five steps of hypothesis testing and the 5% significance level...
Mathematics > Statistics |

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Psychology Statistics Course( for expertsolution only)
Suppose you are a researcher who wants to evaluate which type of course-delivery format (online, blended, or face-to-face) leads to the best performance in a psychological statistics class. In a paper, identify the following:
What is your research question? (Please remember to focus your study on the evaluation of the various types of course delivery for statistics courses.)
What is your hypothesis (both null and alternate)?
Is this a qualitative or quantitative design (based on type...
Mathematics > Statistics |

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Math probability
Number 1 answer is 0.98 and 0.06 please check
Number 2 answer is 0.03
Number 3 answer is 33 and 143.86
Please check 1 -3 and answer 4-6 thank you
Mathematics > Probability |

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Improving E-Mail Marketing Response
Case Study: Improving E-Mail Marketing Response
Read the following case study.
Students, please view the "Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment" in the Student Center.
A company wishes to improve its e-mail marketing process, as measured by an increase in the response rate to e-mail advertisements. The company has decided to study the process by evaluating all combinations of two (2) options of the three (3) key factors: E-Mail Heading (Detailed, Generic); Email Open (No, Yes); and E-Mail...
Mathematics > Statistics |

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MAT 221 STATISTICS FOR DECISION MAKING ENTIRE COURSE
NEED HELP WITH ENTIRE COURSE: TEST, DISCUSSIONS, QUIZZES, HOMEWORK AND FINAL
Mathematics > Statistics |

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college alg wk 8 fn ASAP
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Mathematics > Algebra |

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college algebra wk7 assn ASAP
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Mathematics > Algebra |

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linear program
A company produces 6 products in the following fashion:
Each unit of raw material purchased yields 4 units of product 1, 2 units of product 2, and 1 unit of product 3.
Up to 1200 units of product 1 can be sold, and up to 300 units of product 2 can be sold.
Each unit of product 1 can be sold or processed further. Each unit of product 1 that is further processed yields a unit of product 4.
Demand for products 3 and 4 is unlimited.
Each unit of product 2 can be sold or processed further. Each unit of...
Mathematics > Mathematical Modeling |

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college algebra wk7 disc
Important Mathematical Constants
This week you were introduced to the natural number e ≈ 2.718. In mathematics there are several important numbers similar to e. You are likely familiar with the constant pi ≈ 3.14. For example: You are likely familiar with the constant pi ≈ 3.14.
•Do some research on either one of these two numbers, or, better yet, find another very important number in mathematics.
•Share with us what you have found out about the number, for example, its history, some trivial...
Mathematics > Algebra |