Answer:

**Answer:**

I'm not completely sure but I think it's 350

**Step-by-step explanation:**

5/6 is .8333 then you multiply .8333 by 420 and you get 350

Write two ways you could use to find 5 + 8.

The computer that controls a bank's automatic teller machine crashes a mean of 0.5 times per day. What is the probability that, in any seven-day week, the computer will crash less than 3 times? Round your answer to four decimal places.

On a coordinate plane, a parabola opens up. It goes through (negative 2, 4), has a vertex at (0.25, negative 6), and goes through (2, 0).Which statements about the graph of the function f(x) = 2x2 – x – 6 are true? Select two options. The domain of the function is the set of all values x such that x is greater than or equal to one-quarter. The range of the function is all real numbers. The vertex of the function is (one-quarter, negative 6 and one-eighth). The function has two x-intercepts. The function is increasing over the interval (negative 6 and one-eighth, ∞).

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The computer that controls a bank's automatic teller machine crashes a mean of 0.5 times per day. What is the probability that, in any seven-day week, the computer will crash less than 3 times? Round your answer to four decimal places.

On a coordinate plane, a parabola opens up. It goes through (negative 2, 4), has a vertex at (0.25, negative 6), and goes through (2, 0).Which statements about the graph of the function f(x) = 2x2 – x – 6 are true? Select two options. The domain of the function is the set of all values x such that x is greater than or equal to one-quarter. The range of the function is all real numbers. The vertex of the function is (one-quarter, negative 6 and one-eighth). The function has two x-intercepts. The function is increasing over the interval (negative 6 and one-eighth, ∞).

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There are 9P3 = 504 ways the positions can be filled because the order in which the applicants are chosen doesn’t matter.

B.

There are 9C3 = 84 ways the positions can be filled because the order in which the applicants are chosen doesn’t matter.

C.

There are 9P3 = 504 ways the positions can be filled because the order in which the applicants are chosen matters.

D.

There are 9C3 = 84 ways the positions can be filled because the order in which the applicants are chosen matters.

The **situation **which is best described there is** 9P3 = 504 **ways the positions can be filled with order **matters **so option (C) will be **correct**.

Combination and permutation are two **alternative **strategies in mathematics to **break **up a collection of components into **groups**. This subset's components can be listed in any order when **concatenated**. The components of the subgroup are listed in a **permutation **in a particular order.

npr = factorial n/ factorial (n -r)

Given that,

Number of **applicants **= 9

Number of **jobs **= 3

Since the jobs are **certain **to the applicant so the order will **matter**.

Numberof **ways **to choose 3 people among 9 jobs

9p3 = factorial 9/factorial (9 -3)

9p3 = 9 × 8 × 7 × factorial 6/factorial 6

**9p3 = 504**

So there will be a total of **504 ways **to feel the position such that order will also **matter**.

To learn more about **permutation **and **combination**

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**Answer:**

the correct answer is C

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Salt flows into the tank at a rate of

(5 lb/gal) * (6 gal/min) = 30 lb/min

The volume of solution in the tank after *t* min is

600 gal + (6 gal/min - 12 gal/min)*(*t* min) = 600 - 6*t* gal

which means salt flows out at a rate of

(*A*(*t*)/(600 - 6*t*) lb/gal) * (12 gal/min) = 2 *A*(*t*)/(100 - *t*) lb/min

Then the net rate of change of the salt content is modeled by the linear differential equation,

Solve for *A*:

Multiply both sides by the integrating factor, :

Integrate both sides:

The tank starts with no salt, so *A*(0) = 0 lb. This means

and the particular solution to the ODE is

**Answer:**

** ADMC**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The secant of a circle is a line that cuts the cuts two points of the circumference with one end point external to the circle;

Fro the given diagram, the two lines that cuts the circumference of the circle at two points are AEB and ADMC

**Hence the one that contains diameter with point M is line ADMC**

_ pounds of sugar candies

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**Answer: 9 pounds of chocolate and 6 pounds of sugar candies**

Let's define the variables:

C = pounds of chocolate candies used.

S = pounds of sugar candies used.

We know that he wants to make a total of 15lb, then:

C + S = 15

We also want that the price per pound to be equal to 5$.

This means that the price of the 15 pounds will be the same as the price of the un-mixed candies.

C*$7.00 + $2.00*S = $5.00*15

Then we have a system of equations:

C + S = 15

C*$7.00 + $2.00*S = $5.00*15

To solve this system, we need to start by isolating one of the variables, i will isolate C in the first equation:

C = 15 - S

now we can replace that in the other equation:

(15 - S)*$7.00 + $2.00*S = $5.00*15

Now we can solve this for S.

$105 - $5.00*S = $75

$105 - $75 = $5.00*S

$30 = $5.00*S

$30/$5 = S = 6

Then there are 6 pounds of sugar candy, and we can use the equation:

C + S = 15

C + 6 = 15

C = 15 - 6 = 9

There are 9 pounds of chocolate candy in the mix.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

To find the pounds of chocolate and sugar candies the owner should use, set up and solve equations based on the given information.

Let's assume that the owner uses x pounds of chocolate candies and y pounds of sugar candies.

According to the problem, the total weight of the candies should be 15 pounds.

So, we can set up the equation:

- x + y = 15

The owner wants to sell the candies for $5.00 per pound. We can set up another equation to represent the total value of the candies:

- 7x + 2y = 5 * 15

Now we can solve these equations to find the values of x and y.

By solving the equations, we find that x = 9 and y = 6.

Therefore, the owner should use 9 pounds of chocolate candies and 6 pounds of sugar candies.

4cos(4x)sin(10x)

**Answer:**

2/5 or 0.4

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer: 258 **

**Step-by-step explanation: **To find the surface area you add the area of all the sides. And the unit for a surface area is unit (yards) squared.

Front:** 5 • 9 = 45**

Back: **5 • 9 = 45**

Left: **6 • 5 = 30**

Right: **6 • 5 = 30**

Top:** 9 • 6 = 54**

Bottom:** 9 • 6 = 54**

**45 + 45 + 30 + 30 + 54 + 54 = ****258****.**

To calculate the **surface area** of a rectangular prism, you use the formula 2ab + 2bc + 2ac where a, b, and c represent the length, width, and height of the prism respectively. You compute the surface area in square units.

To find the **surface area** of a rectangular prism, you need to find the area of all faces and add them up. If the length a, width b, and height c, of the **rectangular prism** are given, the formula for the **surface area **is 2ab + 2bc + 2ac square units. Let's take an example: if length (a) is 3 units, width (b) is 4 units, and height (c) is 2 units, then, by using the formula, the surface area would be 2*3*4 + 2*4*2 + 2*3*2 = 24 + 16 + 12 = **52 square units**.

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