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# How you would draw the graph of the solution set for the following inequality -5x-5 < 55 ?

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Cor d? ? me ? max recorded the heights of 500 male humans. he found that the heights were normally distributed around a mean of 177 centimeters. which statements about maxâ€™s data must be true? a) the median of maxâ€™s data is 250 b) more than half of the data points max recorded were 177 centimeters. c) a data point chosen at random is as likely to be above the mean as it is to be below the mean. d) every height within three standard deviations of the mean is equally likely to be chosen if a data point is selected at random.

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Mathematics, 02.02.2019 05:20

Graph the system of inequalities presented here on your own paper, then use your graph to answer the following questions: y > 2x + 3y is less than negative 3 over 2 times x minus 4part a: describe the graph of the system, including shading and the types of lines graphed. provide a description of the solution area. (6 points)part b: is the point (Ã¢â€™4, 6) included in the solution area for the system? justify your answer mathematically. (4 points)

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The area (a) of a circle with a radius of r is given by the formula and its diameter (d) is given by d=2r. arrange the equations in the correct sequence to rewrite the formula for diameter in terms of the area of the circle.

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Mathematics, 02.02.2019 00:30

Asequence has a common ratio of and f(5) = 81. which explicit formula represents the sequence? f(x) = 24 f(x) = 16 f(x) = 24 f(x) = 16

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