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Networking question!! Can anyone please help on this. I have exam tomorrow PLEASE. i would really appreciate
Assume the average processing…
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Suppose that the number of asbestos particles in a sample of 1 squared centimeter of dust is a Poisson random variable with a mean of 1000. …
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The number of stork sightings on a route in South Carolina follows a Poisson process with a mean of 2.3 per year.
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The number of messages sent to a computer bulletin board is a Poisson distributed random variable with a mean of 5 messages per hour. Round …
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Samples of laboratory glass are in small, light packaging or heavy, large packaging. Suppose that 2 and 1% of the sample shipped in small an…
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Suppose a pick5 lottery is played as follows. Each ticket (panel) has two sets of numbers.
The top half of the panel has numbers 1 throu…
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JerseyCash5 is a New Jersey Lottery that \benets education and institutions". In this lottery, a
game is played by picking 5 distinct nu…
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a pair of dice is rolled. find the probability that at least one of them is greater than or equal to 4
can any one please help me with th…
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JULIANCHICO:
Evaluate the following expression using the values given.
Find 3x − 2y if x = 2 and y = −2
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There are 6 identical golf balls and 3 holes A,B and C. how many ways are there for placing the balls in the holes
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a 50 member club wants to choose a president, 2 vicepresident 3 secretaries and 2 treasures derive the number of ways
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Living_dreams:
Seems like i forgot the basics
Can anyone help me with this please ?
Sigma i=1 to (n1) sigma j=i to (2n+1) of 1
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InsanelyChaotic:
my answer is true
Given the equation, 5x + 1 = 10, the isolated absolute value equation would be x + 1 = 15.
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my program(c++) is to read an HTML code and do bunch of stuff. One of the thing that I have to do is to count the no of attributes and sort …
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I have map of Attributes and to count the number of attributes present in my program(c++).
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peanut1994:
101/10x=1/15x solve for x
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Determine the truth value for the following where the domain is real numbers. Justify your answer
for all x for all y such than if x<y the…
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emilydrais:
Find the slope of a line parallel to 2x + 5y = 3
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prove the following set equality is valid if and only if sets A and B are disjoint
(A U B)  B = A
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jsanabria:
if f(x) = 3x1and g(x)=x1, find (f o g)
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142343:
3y+45=10y+17 solve for y
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I need help with UNIX!!
i have to create my own shell that will allow me to change file status and copy from one directory to another
Ca…
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I have a directory and it has 4 subdirectories in it. the four subdirectories contain 4 files in each one. Now I want the directory to be co…
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r(t)=<cost,sint,lncost>
1)find T(t) at (1,0,0) and explain what this tells you about the motion of particle on the curve at this point
2)f…
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snaef999:
For the vector function r(t) = < cos t, sin t, ln(cos t)>
a) Find T(t) at the point (1,0,0) and explain what this tells you about the mo…
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find all local max,min and/or saddle point of f(x,y)=4+x^3+y^3xy
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Dj2k12:
PLZ HELP..
if m and k are positive and 10m^2 k^1 = 100m,
what is m^1 in terms of k?…
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vivalakoda:
Radicals problem?
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the temperature T in a metal ball is inversely proportional to the distance from the center of the ball, which we take to be the origin. The…
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given that f is differentiable function with f(2,5) = 6, fx(2,5)=1 and fy(2,5) =1, use the linear approximation to estimate f(2.2,4.9)
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