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# 99 points will give no fake answers! a computer programmer has a 35% chance of finding a bug in any given program. what is the probability that she finds a bug within the first three programs she examines? a) 0.15 b) 0.27 c) 0.59 d) 0.73 a fair coin is flipped multiples times until it lands on heads. if the probability of landing on heads is 50%, what is the probability of first landing on heads on the fourth attempts? a) 0.625 b) 0.0625 c) 0.500 d) 0.382 ### Another question on Mathematics Mathematics, 02.02.2019 18:35
Worth 100 points need the answers asap first row -x^2 2x^2 (x/2)^2 x^2 x is less than 2 x is greater than 2 x is less than or equal to 2 x is greater than or equal to 2 second row -5 -5/2 4 5 •2 is less than x& x is less than 4 •2 is less than or equal to x & x is less than or equal to 4 •2 is less than or equal to x& x is less than 4 •2 is less than x& x is less than or equal to 4 Mathematics, 02.02.2019 05:15
The dash figure is a dilation if the original figure. find the scale factor. classify the dilation as an enlargement or a reduction Mathematics, 02.02.2019 00:25
Which of the following would be a correct step in proving that triangle abc is congruent to triangle cda? a. use a protractor to measure the angles and show that all the corresponding angles are equal in measure. this will allow you to prove congruence by aaa. b. show that segment ab is parallel to segment cd and segment ad is parallel to segment cb. this will allow you to prove congruency by asa. c. show that is segment ab is perpendicular to segment ad. this will allow you to prove congruence by sas. d. none of the above. Mathematics, 01.02.2019 20:05
Write the component forms of vectors u and v, shown in the graph, and find v − 2u. u= (< -3, -2> , < -3, -1> , < -2, -2> , < -2, -1> ) v= (< -5, 1> , -4, 0> , < 0, -4> , < 1, -5> ) v-2u= (< 5, 3> , < 0, 4> , < 4, 0> , < 5, -3>
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