Order the varieties from least to greatest typical number of peppers per plant.

Put the graph with the least typical value on top.

**Answer: **Banana has the lowest value, and habanero has the greatest value

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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According to exit polling from the 2014 U.S. midterm elections, 36% of voters had a household income less than $50,000, while 64% had a household income of at least $50,000. Forty-three percent of voters from house-holds making less than $50,000 voted for the Republican party in the election, while 55% percent of voters from households making at least $50,000 voted Republican. What is the probability that a randomly selected Republican voter from the exit poll is from a household that makes at least $50,000

**Answer:**

0.6946 = 69.46% probability that a randomly selected Republican voter from the exit poll is from a household that makes at least $50,000.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Conditional Probability**

We use the conditional probability formula to solve this question. It is

[tex]P(B|A) = \frac{P(A \cap B)}{P(A)}[/tex]

In which

P(B|A) is the probability of event B happening, given that A happened.

[tex]P(A \cap B)[/tex] is the probability of both A and B happening.

P(A) is the probability of A happening.

**In this question:**

Event A: Republican

Event B: From a household that makes at least $50,000.

**Probability of Republican:**

43% of 36%(makes less than $50,000).

55% of 64%(makes more than $50,000).

So

[tex]P(A) = 0.43*0.36 + 0.55*0.64 = 0.5068[/tex]

**Republican and from a household that makes at least $50,000.**

55% of 64%. So

[tex]P(A \cap B) = 0.55*0.64 = 0.352[/tex]

**What is the probability that a randomly selected Republican voter from the exit poll is from a household that makes at least $50,000?**

[tex]P(B|A) = \frac{P(A \cap B)}{P(A)} = \frac{0.352}{0.5068} = 0.6946[/tex]

0.6946 = 69.46% probability that a randomly selected Republican voter from the exit poll is from a household that makes at least $50,000.

8% of _ Days is 4 days

**Answer:**

50

**Step-by-step explanation:**

An office building has the dimensions

shown. What is the volume of the building?

50 m

10 m

110 m

90 m

70 m

**Answer:**

330 the volume of building

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**Answer:**

150 square units

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Each of the six squares has an area of 5×5 = 25 square units. (You can count them, if you wish.)

Then the total area is ...

6×(25 square units) = **150 square units**

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Today is payday at your job at Toys R Us! You go to the bank to deposit your $150 check into your account. You receive a deposit slip. You decide to go to American Eagle. There you see a pair of jeans you like on sale for $39.99 from the usual $69.99. Wow! This is a steal! You pay the store attendant using your debit card, and you are the proud owner of a brand new pair of American Eagle jeans! With this scene in mind, Name the three uses of money and describe how each use is displayed in this scenario. Be specific.

**Answer:**

earning the money,depositing the money, and spending the money.

you worked all week to earn the money.

You deposit your money in your account.

You spent some money at American eagle.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Please help me!! I don’t get this!

**Answer:**

2. d) (x-1)²+(y+5)²=128

3.c) (x-3)²+(y+2)²=841

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A rectangular library has a length of 54 feet and a perimeter of 172 feet.

What is the width, in feet, of the library?

**Answer:**

yes

**Step-by-step explanation:**

PLEASE HELP| calculate measure of angle H. round answer right nearest tenth of a degree

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**Answer:**

28.1°

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The relevant trig relation is ...

Sin = Opposite/Hypotenuse

sin(H) = 8/17

H = arcsin(8/17)

** H ≈ 28.1°**

If I said you needed to pick up a number that was less than 7 or a number greater then 5 what would be the solution

**Answer:**

6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

the only number between those to is 6

The answer is 6 because that is the only number between 5 and 7

Lin’s needs 192 cupcakes each baking sheet can make 16 cupcakes how many sheets are needed to make all cupcakes

**Answer:**

*Lin's needs **12 sheets** to make all cupcakes.*

**Step-by-step explanation:**

To find the answer we will ** divide 192 by 16,** and we get

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Taina found the area of a table in the shape of a trapezoid. The height of the trapezoid is 10 ft, base one is 6 ft and base two is 5 ft. Taina says the area of the figure

is 110 square foot inches. What mistake did Taina make? What is the actual answer?

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**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The formula for the area of a trapezoid is ...

A = 1/2(b1 +b2)h

A = (1/2)(6 ft +5 ft)(10 ft) = 55 ft²

The numerical value of the answer would be 110 if we "forgot" to multiply by 1/2.

The area units would be "square foot inches" if inch dimensions crept into the problem somewhere.

It looks like Taina made two mistakes:

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**Answer:**

**4in²**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

area of rectangle = l x b = 4 x 1 = 4in²

**Answer:**

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**Step-by-step explanation:**

4x1 is 4 so the answer is 4

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**Answer:**

(d) $775.50

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The parallelogram on the left has an area of ...

A = bh = (4 yd)(2 yd) = 8 yd²

The rectangle in the middle has an area of ...

A = lw = (6 yd)(4 yd) = 24 yd²

The triangle on the right has an area of ...

A = 1/2bh = 1/2(1 yd)(2 yd) = 1 yd²

The total area of the carpet is ...

(8 + 24 + 1) yd² = 33 yd²

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At $23.50 per square yard, the cost is ...

($23.50/yd²)(33 yd²) = **$775.50 . . . . . matches the last choice**

By next year , 2,125 students are expected to be enrolled in a county's middle schools . This is 25 % of the total student population . What is the total student population ?

You can find the total by multiplying 2125 by 4. So the answer is 8,500

Classify the triangle

**Answer:**

This triangle is an isosceles acute

**Step-by-step explanation:**

First lets define each classification

scalene - no equal sides

isosceles - two equal sides

equilateral - all equal sides

acute - all angles have a measure of less than 90 degrees

right - has a right angle (90 degree angle)

obtuse - has an angle that has a measure of more than 90 degrees

Now lets classify

The triangle has two equal sides (indicated by the little line on the top and bottom side) therefore it is an isosceles triangle

We know its an acute triangle because the one angle given is not a right angle nor a obtuse angle meaning that the other two angles are going to have a measure of less than 90 degrees

So we can conclude that this is an isosceles acute triangle

What is the value of v? (help no links and thx)

**Answer:**

74.7

**Step-by-step explanation:**

the volume of a rectangle prism is 8cm height 4 width.

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Do mice show a preference for using one paw over the other? Attempting to answer this question, a researcher tested a random sample of 48 mice and observed which forepaw (right or left) the mice used to retrieve food from a narrow tube. Eighteen of the mice used their right paw, while the rest used their left paw.

Does this data suggest that mice show a preference towards one paw over the other? Carry out the appropriate test and include all steps for full credit.

During the course of the experiment, the researcher noticed that individual mice sometimes switched which forepaw they used to retrieve the food. So she repeated this study on the same 48 mice, but measured each one 10 times and she recorded which forepaw was used each time. With her new dataset of 480 observations, would you be able to run the same analysis as in part (a)? If so, carry out the analysis and compare the results. If not, why not?

Answer:

It all depends on the food they are going for, just like humans, mice have instincts. For example, if you were falling forward, which foot would you put out? Most likely the opposite one. I hope this helps you!

Step-by-step explanation:

Using **hypotheses** **testing**,

In both cases, we fail to reject the null hypothesis, indicating that there is not enough **evidence** to suggest that mice show a preference towards one paw over the other.

We have,

(a)

To test whether the data suggest that mice show a preference towards one paw over the other, we can use a one-sample proportion test.

The null **hypothesis** (H0) is that the proportion of mice that use their right paw is 0.5 (indicating no preference towards one paw over the other).

The alternative **hypothesis** (Ha) is that the proportion of mice that use their right paw is different from 0.5 (indicating a preference towards one paw over the other).

We can use a significance level (alpha) of 0.05.

To conduct the **test**, we can calculate the test statistic using the formula:

z = (p - 0.5) / √(0.5 x 0.5 / n)

where p is the proportion of mice that use their right paw, and n is the sample size.

Using the given data, we have:

p = 18/48 = 0.375

n = 48

Plugging in the values, we get:

z = (0.375 - 0.5) / √(0.5 x 0.5 / 48) = -1.714

Using a standard normal distribution table or calculator,

We can find the p-value associated with this test statistic.

The p-value is the probability of observing a test statistic as extreme as -1.714 or more extreme, assuming the null **hypothesis** is true.

The p-value for this test is 0.0869.

Since the p-value is greater than the significance level of 0.05, we fail to reject the null **hypothesis**.

This means that we do not have sufficient evidence to conclude that mice show a preference towards one paw over the other, based on the given sample.

(b)

With the new dataset of 480 observations, we can still conduct a similar analysis using a one-sample proportion test.

However, since each mouse was measured 10 times, the observations are no longer independent.

Therefore, we need to use a different **test** that accounts for the dependency between observations, such as McNemar's test.

McNemar's test is a **test** of the marginal homogeneity of a two-way table, where the same subjects are measured twice on a binary outcome.

In this case, we can create a 2x2 contingency table of the number of times each mouse used their right or left paw, and conduct a McNemar's test on this table.

The null **hypothesis** for McNemar's test is that there is no difference in the proportions of mice that use their right or left paws.

The alternative **hypothesis** is that there is a difference.

To conduct the test, we can calculate the test statistic using the formula:

chi-squared = (|b-c|-1)² / (b+c)

where b is the number of mice that used their right paw more often, and c is the number of mice that used their left paw more often.

Using the given data, we have:

b = 214

c = 244

Plugging in the values, we get:

chi-squared = (|214-244|-1)² / (214 + 244) = 2.417

Using a chi-squared distribution table or calculator with 1 degree of freedom (since we have a 2x2 table), we can find the p-value associated with this test statistic.

The p-value is the probability of observing a test statistic as extreme as 2.417 or more extreme, assuming the null hypothesis is true.

The p-value for this test is 0.119.

Since the p-value is greater than the significance level of 0.05, we fail to reject the null hypothesis.

This means that we do not have sufficient evidence to conclude that there is a difference in the proportions of mice that use their right or left paws, based on the new dataset.

Thus,

In both cases, we fail to reject the null hypothesis, indicating that there is not enough **evidence** to suggest that mice show a preference towards one paw over the other.

Learn more about the** hypotheses** **test** here:

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In the box below, enter the value that is missing from the table.

**Answer: 8**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

the value that is missing from the table is 8.

what is the area of the composite figure

**Answer:**

D) 476 ft²

**Step-by-step explanation:**

12x14=168

(25+31)/2=28

28x11=308

308+168=476

Write and graph the inequality represented: chase needs to make more than nine dollars an hour let w represent the hourly wage

**Answer: I dont know im sorry**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Kayla and her children went into a restaurant and she bought $63 worth of hotdogs

and tacos. Each hotdog costs $3.50 and each taco costs $4. She bought 3 more

hotdogs than tacos. Write a system of equations that could be used to determine the

number of hotdogs and the number of tacos that Kayla bought. Define the variables

that you use to write the whats the system of equation.

**Answer:**

x= hotdogs

y=tacos

**Step-by-step explanation:**

(3.50)x+ 3x + 4y= 63

Consider this absolute value function.

f(3) = (+31

If function fis written as a piecewise function, which plece will it include?

A. -x- 3, x<3

B. -x + 3, x <-3

C. x+3, x >3

D. x+3, x>-3

**Answer:**

D

**Step-by-step explanation:**

f(x) = |x+3|=x+3 when x+3≥0 ⇒x≥-3

TJ invested $4000 in a bond at a yearly rate of 2% for 30

months. How much interest did she make?

**Answer:**

2.5 years

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I = 200 T=200/4000 0.2 = 2.5 years

P= 4000

R = 2% 0.2

T = ?

Samir has collected 35% of the skins on Fortnite. If there are 300 total skins, how many more does he need to collect to be at 50%? Explain or show your work.

I believe** its 45.**

Its hard to explain but what I can say is if you subtract the percentage with the total of the skins you would subtract what you had from there and then you would have 45.

**Answer:**

I think 45

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2. WHICH EXPRESSIONS ARE EQUIVALENT TO 6X?

SELECT ALL THAT APPLY

5X+X

3X+3

5+X

9X-3

X+X+4X

Answer:

5x+x and x+x+4x

Step-by-step explanation:

5x+x is basically 5x+1x which is 6x since x has an "invisible one" in front of it.

x+x+4x is 2x+4x which is 6x

hope this helps. :)

**Answer:**

4 and 5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

9x - 3 is 6x

5x + x can be 6x because there's is a x next to it that means it can be any number so if the number is suppose to become 6x we need to add 1 to both sides, and the a swer will be 6x.

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it takes 2 days to repair 150 meters of road. at this rate, how many days will it take to repair 6 kilometers of road?

**Answer:**

4 ndays

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Subtract 2/3 and 1/4.

Answer is 5/12 there is the work hope this helps

**Answer:**

**5/12**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Find common denominators. Note that what you multiply to the denominator, you must multiply to the numerator as well. The common denominator is 12:

(2/3) * (4/4) = (8/12)

(1/4) * (3/3) = (3/12)

Subtract:

(8/12) - (3/12) = (8 - 3)/12 = 5/12

**5/12** is your answer.

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Ms. Bohan drinks 3/5 of her drink from starbucks. What percent of her drink did she have?

**Answer:**

30%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3/50 = 60/100

**Answer:**

u

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Convert. 7 oz. = ____ lb.

Plzzzzzzzzzzz help

**Answer:**

0.435 pounds

**Step-by-step explanation:**

There are 16 ounces in one pound. Use that conversion to find your answer.

**Answer:**

7oz=0.4375lb

**Step-by-step explanation:**

i hope this helps

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Gustus bought three pairs of shoes. Each pair costs $19.98. What is the total amount he spent on shoes, before tax?
Important Pharmacy ReferencesContrasting ReferencesHow is the Merck Manual different than Facts and Comparisons?a. The Merck Manual has general information about clinical pharmacology, while Facts and Comparisons is a drug information reference.b. The Merck Manual is a specific nuclear medicine resource, while Facts and Comparisons is a general pharmacy reference.c. The Merck Manual contains information for patients about drugs, while facts and Comparisons is directed at healthcare providers.d. The Merck Manual is a list of manufacturer information, while Facts and Comparisons contains tables that compare drug uses.
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