anonymous
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If the book is 200 pages long, approximately how many words are in the entire book? @skielerlucas04 ????
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Lurker
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There should be some part before this telling you how many words are in a page, or how many words are in a line on average , and how many lines are on a page
anonymous
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^
anonymous
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ohhh now you answer @Skielerlucas04

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anonymous
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yep
anonymous
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so youll help me with my test now or naw
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm, is there more to the question
anonymous
  • anonymous
no but ill send a different one that ones weird
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anonymous
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the question...........?
anonymous
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A dot plot is shown. The title of the plot is Brand A. The line is numbered with tick marks at 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, and 70 and is labeled Number of Candy Pieces. There are 2 dots at 52, 1 dot at 53, 2 dots at 55, 1 dot at 56, 2 dots at 57, and 2 dots at 62.
anonymous
  • anonymous
whats the question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
j Based on the plots, which statement is a valid comparison of the number of candies in the bags of the two Brands?
anonymous
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im confused AF
anonymous
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Martina chose a random sample of 10 bags of candy from two different Brands, A and B. All bags in the sample are the same size. Martina counts the number of candy pieces in each bag and plots the results on two dot plots. src="http://learn.flvs.net/webdav/educator_mjmath2_v14/module08/interactive/08_08_02/images/08_08_02_assessment1.gif" alt="A Based on the plots, which statement is a valid comparison of the number of candies in the bags of the two Brands? A. The number of candies in the bags from Brand B is greater and more consistent than the number of candies in the bags from Brand A. B. The number of candies in the bags from Brand B is greater and less consistent than the number of candies in the bags from Brand A. C. The number of candies in the bags from Brand B is fewer and more consistent than the number of candies in the bags from Brand A. D. The number of candies in the bags from brand B is fewer and less consistent than the number of candies in the bags from brand A.
anonymous
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anonymous
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idk this
anonymous
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next ?
anonymous
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ok hold on
anonymous
  • anonymous
Evelyn goes to a middle school that includes grades 6, 7, and 8. She wants to estimate the percentage of students in the school who ride the bus to school. She selects a random sample of 200 students to survey who are attending an after-school activity. She determines that 38% of the students at the activity ride the bus to school. Which statement about Evelyn's sample is true? A. The sample is the percentage of students who ride the bus. B. The sample might not be representative of the population because it only includes students who are attending an after-school activity. C. The sample shows that exactly 38% of the students in the school ride the bus.
anonymous
  • anonymous
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
theres only 2 questions to the whole test
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
whats the other ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the first one i sent you
anonymous
  • anonymous
send it again?
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Martina chose a random sample of 10 bags of candy from two different Brands, A and B. All bags in the sample are the same size. Martina counts the number of candy pieces in each bag and plots the results on two dot plots. A 
        
        Based on the plots, which statement is a valid comparison of the number of candies in the bags of the two Brands?
        
         A. The number of candies in the bags from Brand B is greater and more consistent than the number of candies in the bags from Brand A.
         B. The number of candies in the bags from Brand B is greater and less consistent than the number of candies in the bags from Brand A.
         C. The number of candies in the bags from Brand B is fewer and more consistent than the number of candies in the bags from Brand A.
         D. The number of candies in the bags from brand B is fewer and less consistent than the number of candies in the bags from brand A.</div>
        
        
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anonymous
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idk :/
anonymous
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oh well
anonymous
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ill just put in a

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