1.closed circle means equal to

line to the right means greater than

x>= 4

2. open circle means  not equal to

line to the left and right means not equal to

x not equal to -4

Choice C

3.  less than means open circle and line to the left

x<-3

Choice A

4.  m<=-1

closed circle because of the equals

line to the left

Choice B

5.  y <6

open circle because of no equals

line to the left

Choice B

6.  t>=0

closed circle with the =

line to the right

Choice A

7.  x not equal to -4

open circle at 4

lines going both directions

Choice B

8.n <=-1.5

closed circle at -1.5

line going to the left

Choice C

1. x greater than or equal to 4 (B)

2. x does not equal 4 (C)

3. A

4. B

5. B

6. A

7. B

8. C

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## Related Questions

There are two more assignments in your course before the semester ends, and if you get an A on at least one of them, you will get an A for the semester. Your "what-if" scenario looks like this:Event Probability

A on paper and A on presentation 0.25
A on paper only 0.10
A on presentation only 0.30
Do not get an A on either 0.35

Answer the following questions: (1 point each, except the last item, 2 points)

a. What is the probability of getting an A on the paper?
b. What is the probability of getting an A on the presentation?
c. What is the probability of getting an A in the course?
d. Are the grades on the assignments independent? Explain your answer

Step-by-step explanation:

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Given the events:

A: "obtain an A in the paper assigment" ⇒ P(A)= 0.10

B: "obtain A in the presentation assigment" ⇒ P(B)= 0.30

Ac: "do not get an A in the paper assigment" ⇒ P(Ac)= 1 - 0.10= 0.9

Bc: "do not get an A in the presentation assigment" ⇒ P(Bc)= 1 - 0.30= 0.7

P(A∩B)= 0.25

P(Ac∩Bc)= 0.35

a. P(A)= 0.10

b. P(B)= 0.30

c. To get an A in the course you have to get an A in the paper and an A in the presentation, symbolically: P(A∩B)= 0.25

d. If the events A and B are independent, then the ocurrence of one of them doesn't affect the probability of the other ocurring, if this is so then:

P(A)= P(A/B)

P(A) ≠ P(A/B) this means that "B" ocurring modifies the probability of ocurrence of A, i.e. both events are not independent.

I hope it helps!

Bruce earns 14.45/h and works 40 hours a week. What is his gross annual income

\$30056

Step-by-step explanation:

First, you have to do \$14.45 times 40 to get how much he makes in a week, and you get \$578. Then do 578 x 52 as there are 52 weeks in a year. Then you would get the answer \$30056 as his yearly income.

\$30,056.00

Step-by-step explanation:

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Rewrite the equation by completing the square. x^2-14+33=0

(x - 7)² = 16

General Formulas and Concepts:

Pre-Algebra

• Order of Operations: BPEMDAS
• Equality Properties

Algebra I

• Completing the Square

Step-by-step explanation:

Step 1: Define

x² - 14x + 33 = 0

Step 2: Rewrite

1. Isolate x terms:                    x² - 14x = -33
2. Complete the Square:         x² - 14x + 49 = -33 + 49
3. Reduce:                               (x - 7)² = 16

And we have our rewritten form!

SOMONE HELP WITH MATH

x = 28

Step-by-step explanation:

HFG = EFI

6x - 4 = 164

6x = 164 + 4

6x = 168

x = 168/6

x = 28

Which of the following rules best describes the matrix belowa. dilation of scale factor 2
b. reflection over the y-axis
c. reflection over the line y = x
d. translation 1 unit left and 1 unit up

Step-by-step explanation:

d. translation 1 unit left & 1 unit up

right on edg

Candy Canes BONUSHow many candy canes do I have?
I have more than 15 but less than 30.
If 2 people share them evenly, there will be 1 left over.
If 3 people share them evenly, there will be 2 left over.
If 4 people share them evenly, there will be 3 left over.