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# Daniel is selecting a sock from his drawer. He chooses a sock at random, does not replace it, and then selects a second sock at random. What is the probability that Daniel selected a solid sock both times?   ### Another question on Mathematics Mathematics, 04.02.2019 01:23
At the olympic games, many events have several rounds of competition. one of these events is the men's 100-meter backstroke. the upper dot plot shows the times (in seconds) of the top 8 finishers in the final round of the 2012 olympics. the lower dot plot shows the times of the same 8 swimmers, but in the semifinal round. which pieces of information can be gathered from these dot plots? (remember that lower swim times are faster.) choose all answers that apply: a: the swimmers had faster times on average in the final round. b: the times in the final round vary noticeably more than the times in the semifinal round. c: none of the above. Mathematics, 02.02.2019 19:57
(05.03 mc) part a: explain why the x-coordinates of the points where the graphs of the equations y = 4x and y = 2x−2 intersect are the solutions of the equation 4x = 2x−2. (4 points) part b: make tables to find the solution to 4x = 2x−2. take the integer values of x between −3 and 3. (4 points) part c: how can you solve the equation 4x = 2x−2 graphically? (2 points) Mathematics, 02.02.2019 03:55
Which geometric principle is used to justify the construction below? Mathematics, 02.02.2019 01:22
Solve this 364x-64x=300x and 12(x2–x–1)+13(x2–x–1)=25(x2–x–1)
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