An equation was used to predict the number of possible enrollments in an afterschool program for the first 6 months of the year. The actual enrollments are also listed.
Actual enrollment 55 80 95 100 115 90
Predicted enrollment 75 80 85 90 95 100
The sum of the residuals is ______.

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hey i'll try

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thank youu

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so it would be 55-75+80-80+95-85+100-90+115-95+90-100

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so 10

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A group of students were surveyed to find out if they like babysitting and/or mowing lawns to earn spending money. The results of the survey are shown below:
32 students like babysitting
21 students like babysitting but do not like mowing lawns
16 students like mowing lawns
12 students do not like babysitting or mowing lawns
Four students created the tables below to represent the data. BT represents babysitting and ML represents mowing lawns.

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Four students created the tables below to represent the data. BT represents babysitting and ML represents mowing lawns.
Emily
Like BT Do Not Like BT Total
Like ML 21 12 32
Do Not Like ML 11 5 16
Total 32 17 48
Will
Like BT Do Not Like BT Total
Like ML 5 11 16
Do Not Like ML 12 21 33
Total 17 32 49
Sarah
Like BT Do Not Like BT Total
Like ML 12 21 32
Do Not Like ML 5 11 16
Total 17 32 48
Maria
Like BT Do Not Like BT Total
Like ML 11 5 16
Do Not Like ML 21 12 33
Total 32 17 49
Which student's table is correct?
Emily
Will
Sarah
Maria

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i need to sign into your acount that way. can you send me a picture of it? maybe with snipping tool?

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The box plots below show the math scores of students of two different classes:
box plot for Class A has minimum value equal to 55, lower quartile equal to 65, median equal to 75, upper quartile equal to 80 and maximum value equal to 95. Box plot for Class B has minimum value equal to 65, lower quartile equal to 70, median equal to 75, upper quartile equal to 85 and maximum value equal to 94
Based on the box plots, which statement is correct?
The median score of Class A is greater than the median score of Class B.
The lower quartile of Class A is greater than the lower quartile of Class B.
The upper quartile of Class A is greater than the upper quartile of Class B.
The maximum score of Class A is greater than the maximum score of Class B.

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the last one is correct

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