mZ2 = 60

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**Answer:**

the measurement of angle 6 is 60

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Angle 6 is 60........

Solve each system by substitution 2x-5y=22y=4x+22

The critical points of a rational inequality are –1, 3, and 4. Which set of points can be tested to solve the inequality? x = 1 and x = 3.5 x = –1, x = 3, and x = 4 x = –2, x = 2, and x = 5 x = –3, x = 1, x = 3.5, and x = 5

Find the number of distinct triangles with a=11, b=17, and A=23°A. 0B. 1C. 2D. cannot be determined

Find the product: -5(-3)(-3)

Rewrite (w+4)+(-3) using associative property

The critical points of a rational inequality are –1, 3, and 4. Which set of points can be tested to solve the inequality? x = 1 and x = 3.5 x = –1, x = 3, and x = 4 x = –2, x = 2, and x = 5 x = –3, x = 1, x = 3.5, and x = 5

Find the number of distinct triangles with a=11, b=17, and A=23°A. 0B. 1C. 2D. cannot be determined

Find the product: -5(-3)(-3)

Rewrite (w+4)+(-3) using associative property

To the nearest 10 000

To the nearest 100 000

**Answer:**

34800, 350000, 300000

**Step-by-step explanation:**

5>=5

34800

7>=5

350000

4<=5

300000

**Answer:**

a. $55,390.29

b. $61,412.20

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**a.** To find the present value of your windfall, each value must be brought back to the present year at a rate of 3.5% per year. The present value is:

**The present value of your windfall is $55,390.29.**

**b.** To find the future value of your windfall at the date of the last payment, simply compound the preset value amount obtained on the previous item for three years at a rate of 3.5%:

**The future value of your windfall is $61,412.20.**

The present value and future value of an investment are calculated using formulas that account for the interest rate and the period. The present value is calculated by dividing each year's payout by the increment of the interest rate for that year and summing these values. The future value in this scenario would be the sum of the payouts.

This question deals with the financial concepts of **present value** and **future value** in relation to an investment payout structure over time.

a. The present value is a measure of the current worth of a future sum of money given a specified rate of return. The formula to calculate present value is PV = CF / (1 + r)^n, where CF is cash flow, r is interest rate and n is the period. To calculate the present value of your windfall:

- End of Year 1: PV = $10,000 / (1+0.035)^1
- End of Year 2: PV = $20,000 / (1+0.035)^2
- End of Year 3: PV = $30,000 / (1+0.035)^3

Add all these present values together to get the total present value.

b. The future value is how much an investment is worth at a certain time in the future. The formula to calculate future value is FV = CF * (1 + r)^n. But in this case since the last cash flow coincides with the period, the future value in three years would simply be the sum of all cash flows which is $60,000 ($10,000+$20,000+$30,000).

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**Answer:15**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Samples are randomly selected throughout the day

Products are put into groups and all are included from several randomly selected groups

Products are put into groups and some are randomly selected from each group

**Answer:**

Every 10th product in the line is selected

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Convenience sampling also available sampling, or nearest in reach sampling.

it is a type of non-probability sampling that involves the sample being drawn from a population that is in reach or that is easily at hand.

example. A questionnaire being distributed to people met in a mall.

for the manufacturing company in question, the first 10 product in line were the first set of product the machine will produce (at hand).

it is normally use to test run the operation of the machine.

Convenience sampling in manufacturing is best described as selecting every 10th product in the line for testing. It is a simple, quick, and cost-effective way to identify potential issues.

In the context of manufacturing, **convenience sampling** represents a type of sampling where samples are chosen because they are readily available or easy to obtain. In the provided choice list, the best description of convenience sampling is 'Every 10th product in the line is selected'. This method is chosen for its simplicity and speed. While it may not provide a comprehensive result since it won't cover all the various different scenarios, it is a** cost-effective** and time-efficient way of identifying potential issues in machine operations.

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**Answer:**

The correct answers are

1) There must be at least 10 observed successes and 10 observed failures in the sample from population 1.

3) There must be at least 10 observed successes and 10 observed failures in the sample from population 2.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Hello!

You have two variables of interest:

X₁: Number of that had to put off medical treatment due to cost during 2016.

n₁= 967 people surveyed

x₁= 184 answered "yes"

sample proportion p'₁= 184/967= 0.19

X₂: Number of that had to put off medical treatment due to cost during 2019.

n₂= 1015 people surveyed

x₂= 253 answered "yes"

p'₂= 253/1015= 0.25

The pooled sample proportion is

To study the population proportion you have to apply the Central Limit Theorem to approximate the distribution of the sample proportion to normal, the conditions for a valid approximation are:

Sample size n ≥ 30

n₁= 967

n₂= 1015

n*p'≥10 (each sample contains at least 10 successes)

n₁*p'₁= 967*0.19= 183.73

n₂*p'₂= 1015*0.25= 253.75

n*(1-p')≥10 (each sample contains at least 10 failures)

n₁*(1-p'₁)= 967*0.81= 783.27

n₂*(1-p'₂)= 1015*0.75= 761.25

The correct answers are

1) There must be at least 10 observed successes and 10 observed failures in the sample from population 1.

3) There must be at least 10 observed successes and 10 observed failures in the sample from population 2.

I hope it helps!

Answer:

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1)**72 cm² / min**. ;

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2)** 192 cm² / min. **

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**Explanation:**

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Area of a circle: A = r² ;

Rate of change of Area is: da/dt = 2 r (dr/dt) ;

Given: dr/dt = 3 cm / min.

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** Problem 1)**

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dA/dt = 2 *(12 cm)*(3 cm/ min) =** 72 cm² / min.** ;

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** Problem 2)**

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dA/dt = 2 *(32 cm)*(3 cm/ min) =**192 cm² / min.**

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1)

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2)

Area of a circle: A = r² ;

Rate of change of Area is: da/dt = 2 r (dr/dt) ;

Given: dr/dt = 3 cm / min.

dA/dt = 2 *(12 cm)*(3 cm/ min) =

dA/dt = 2 *(32 cm)*(3 cm/ min) =