Answer:

**Answer: a = b*r/n**

**Step-by-step explanation: Hope this helps :^)**

During the soccer season, Cathy made 27 of the 54 goals she attempted. Karla made 18 of the 45 goals she attempted. Patty made 34% of the goals she attempted. List the athletes in order of their goal-scoring percentage from least to greatest.

Math Is TU parallel to VW explain

Casey travels from her house directly west to the bank and then directly north from the bank to the mall. She then travels home on the road connecting the mall and her house. What is her total distance traveled?

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Help pls I’m confused

Math Is TU parallel to VW explain

Casey travels from her house directly west to the bank and then directly north from the bank to the mall. She then travels home on the road connecting the mall and her house. What is her total distance traveled?

Please I need help it’s an emergency

Help pls I’m confused

**Answer: x=38**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

x+(-15)=23

x-15=23

+15 +15

x=38

When there is a positive and negative sign the negative sign cancels the positive sign.

**Answer:**

38

**Step-by-step explanation:**

23+15=38 because in order to get 23 from -15 a negative number you need to have 38 to silence the -15.

2+3x=62

3x=60

x=20

Hope this helps! Brainliest? :D

b. Given poor print quality, what problem is most likely?

**Answer and explanation:**

**Given : **The probabilities of poor print quality given no printer problem, misaligned paper, high ink viscosity, or printer-head debris are 0, 0.3, 0.4, and 0.6, respectively.

The probabilities of no printer problem, misaligned paper, high ink viscosity, or printer-head debris are 0.8, 0.02, 0.08, and 0.1, respectively.

**Let the event E denote the poor print quality.**

Let the event A be the no printer problem i.e. P(A)=0.8

Let the event B be the misaligned paper i.e. P(B)=0.02

Let the event C be the high ink viscosity i.e. P(C)=0.08

Let the event D be the printer-head debris i.e. P(D)=0.1

and the probabilities of poor print quality given printers are

**First we calculate the probability that print quality is poor,**

**a. Determine the probability of high ink viscosity given poor print quality.**

**b. Given poor print quality, what problem is most likely?**

**Probability of no printer problem given poor quality is **

**Probability of misaligned paper given poor quality is **

**Probability of printer-head debris given poor quality is **

**From the above conditional probabilities,**

**The printer-head debris problem is most likely given that print quality is poor.**

**Answer:**

Answer of Part(a) is 16/49

and Answer of Part(b) is Printer-head debris

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Answer is in the following attachment

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**Answer:**

x^3+6x^2-6x-11

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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(x² - 6) (x + 6) + 25

x²(x + 6) + -6(x + 6) + 25

x³ + 6x² - 6x - 36 + 25

x³ + 6x² - 6x - 11

It is i

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*Please Show Work*

**Answer:**

a =7.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since this is a right triangle, we can use the Pythagorean theorem

a^2+ b^2 = c^2 where a and b are the legs and c is the hypotenuse

a^2 + 10 ^2 = 12.5^2

a^2 + 100 =156.25

Subtract 100 from each side

a^2 = 56.25

Take the square root of each side

sqrt(a^2) = sqrt( 56.25)

a =7.5