MLeighW
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 I am a cheerleader and a dancer. I am a full time student.
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Suppose the first term of a geometric sequence is multiplied by a nonzero constant, c. What happens to the following terms in the sequence? …
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Find the 9th term of the arithmetic sequence.
a10 = 100 and a20 = 50; a9 = _____.
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Find the 9th term of the sequence.
a4 = 3/4 and a8 = 1/2; a9 = ______.
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Determine whether the sequence could be arithmetic. If so, find the common first difference and the next term.
10, 4, 2, 8, 14, ...
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Find the 11th term of the arithmetic sequence:
a2 = 133 and a3 = 121
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∑5k = 1[8(k + 1)]
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Sam is laying out patio stones in a triangular pattern. The first row has 2 stones and each row has 2 additional stones, as shown below. How…
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Write the series in summation notation:
3 + 6  9 + 12  15
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HELP!!!
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In this lesson, you compared a recursive rule and an explicit rule used to define a sequence. For example, in the sequence 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, …
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How many games must be played when 7 players are in the tournament?
https://courseplayer.avalearning.com/CourseFiles/Questions/809408/Che…
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Find the first 5 terms of the sequence: an = n2  2n. Enter your answers separated by commas; example: 1, 5, 10, 15, 20
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1. A binomial experiment has 4 trials, with p = 0.3. What is the probability of at least 2 successes?
2. There is a 10% chance that Nil…
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A binomial experiment has 4 trials, with p = 0.3. What is the probability of at least 2 successes?
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Ellen takes a multiplechoice quiz that has 5 questions, with 4 answer choices for each question. What is the probability that she will get …
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Each of 6 students randomly chooses a butterfly from a list of 8 types. What is the probability that at least 2 students choose the same but…
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Use the Binomial Theorem to expand the binomial.
(p  2)^6
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What are the conditions needed in a binomial experiment? Give some examples of binomial probabilities.
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I WILL BECOME A FAN OF ANYONE WHO HELPS AND GIVE MEDAL TO BEST ANSWER....
Need help with standard deviation and central tendency.
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Research the different costs of items, such as laptop computers, socks, or another item. What is the central tendency and variation for the …
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Describe a situation in which the probability of two events is mutually exclusive. Formulate and answer a question about its probability. Re…
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Describe a situation in which the probability of two events is independent. You can use events from your personal or professional life. Form…
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BECOMING A FAN OF ANYONE WHO COMMENTS AND A MEDAL TO MOST HELPFUL PERSON WHO IS THE FASTEST... NEED DONE ASAP!!
Needing some help with geom…
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Need help with geometric probability asap... anyone know any calculators or equations to help???
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Summarize the definitions of theoretical and experimental probability. Explain a situation where you might determine the probability of an o…
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Write an equation in standard form for the ellipse with center (0, 0), covertex (4, 0) and focus (0, 3).
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A parabola, a hyperbola, an ellipse and a circle are conic sections. Summarize how the image or graph of each conic section is formed using …
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In the last discussion thread, you explained the meaning of vertex of an angle, an ellipse, and a parabola. During this lesson, you study hy…
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Find the length of the feedhorn for a microphone with a crosssection equation as the one below. The length is _____ in. Enter only a number…
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What is the vertex of an angle, the vertex of a parabola, and the vertex of an ellipse? How is the vertex in each case the same and how is i…
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