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Solve the problem by applying the fundamental counting principle. an apartment complex offers apartments with four different options, designated by a throughd. aequalsnumber of bedrooms (one through four) bequalsnumber of bathrooms (one through three) cequalsfloor (first through fifth) dequalsoutdoor additions (balcony or no balcony) how many apartment options are available?
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Hugo is 6 feet 4 inches tall, weighs 225 pounds, and very muscular. if you think hugo is more likely to be a professional football player rather than a professional ballroom dancer, you are using:
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Which of the following is equal to the rational expression when x ≠ 5 or -1? [tex] \frac{(x-7)(x+1)}{(x+1)(x-5)} [/tex]a. [tex] \frac{x+1}{x-7} [/tex]b. [tex] \frac{x+1}{x-5} [/tex]c. [tex] \frac{x-7}{x+1} [/tex]d. [tex] \frac{x-7}{x-5} [/tex]
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To win at lotto in a certain state, one must correctly select 6 numbers from a collection of 50 numbers (one through 50). the order in which the selections is made does not matter. how many different selections are possible?
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For the solids show, choose all the statements that will be true if we can infer the solids' congruence by Cavalieri's Principle. The radii are congruent. The bases are congruent. The altitudes are congruent. The bases are parallel.
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What is the associative property
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Suppose that the dollar cost of producing x radios is c(x) = 400 + 20x - 0.2x 2. Find the marginal cost when 30 radios are produced.
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The recursive rule for a sequence is shown. an=an−1+7 a1=17 what is the explicit rule for this sequence?
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Suppose a candidate for public office is favored by only 48% of the voters. if a sample survey randomly selects 2500 voters, the percentage in the sample who favor the candidate can be thought of as a measurement from a normal curve with a mean of 48% and a standard deviation of 1%. based on this information, how often would such a survey show that 50% or more of the sample favored the candidate?
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Difference between ellipse circle parabola and hyperbola equations
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