gas. The fuel gauge of her car shows that the

gas tank is full. How many gallons of gas are

in the gas tank?

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the answer you are looking for is 12! have a great day!:)

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Find the coordinates of B' after a reflection across the x-axis. show your work

Yukio says the scale from DEF to ABC is 3:1. Is Yukio Correct? Explain

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Materials: Tall clear drinking glass or vase At least four of the following liquids: Fresh water Salt water Vegetable oil Rubbing alcohol Dish soap Honey Corn syrup Milk Maple syrup At least three different small items of your choice, such as: Ping pong ball Small screw, bolt, or nut Popcorn kernel Peanut Blueberry Grape Cherry tomato Instructions: Select four liquids and predict how you think they compare in density by ranking them from most dense to least dense in the data table below. Measure out ¼ cup volume of each liquid, and pour them one at a time into the clear glass or vase. Record your observations in the lab worksheet. Gently add the first small item to the liquids, and record your observation of where it settles. Repeat with the other small items. Clean up all lab materials (the liquids can be poured down the sink), and complete the lab worksheet. Data Table: Prediction: Rank the four liquids from lowest density (top) to highest density (bottom) Observation: Rank how the four liquids really compare, from lowest density (top) to highest density (bottom) Observations: What objects did you place in the liquid, and where did each settle? Object Layer where it settled Observations and Conclusions: Define density, and describe how this activity helps you compare the density of four different liquids without making mass measurements. How did the observations compare to your predictions? Did any of the results surprise you? How would the density of water change if you measured out ½ cup instead of ¼ cup? Explain your answer in complete sentences.

Find the coordinates of B' after a reflection across the x-axis. show your work

Yukio says the scale from DEF to ABC is 3:1. Is Yukio Correct? Explain

Please i need help asap

Materials: Tall clear drinking glass or vase At least four of the following liquids: Fresh water Salt water Vegetable oil Rubbing alcohol Dish soap Honey Corn syrup Milk Maple syrup At least three different small items of your choice, such as: Ping pong ball Small screw, bolt, or nut Popcorn kernel Peanut Blueberry Grape Cherry tomato Instructions: Select four liquids and predict how you think they compare in density by ranking them from most dense to least dense in the data table below. Measure out ¼ cup volume of each liquid, and pour them one at a time into the clear glass or vase. Record your observations in the lab worksheet. Gently add the first small item to the liquids, and record your observation of where it settles. Repeat with the other small items. Clean up all lab materials (the liquids can be poured down the sink), and complete the lab worksheet. Data Table: Prediction: Rank the four liquids from lowest density (top) to highest density (bottom) Observation: Rank how the four liquids really compare, from lowest density (top) to highest density (bottom) Observations: What objects did you place in the liquid, and where did each settle? Object Layer where it settled Observations and Conclusions: Define density, and describe how this activity helps you compare the density of four different liquids without making mass measurements. How did the observations compare to your predictions? Did any of the results surprise you? How would the density of water change if you measured out ½ cup instead of ¼ cup? Explain your answer in complete sentences.

B. 6.7

C. 13

D. 4.1

**Answer:**

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take for the tub to overflow if both the faucet and drain were open at the

same time?

**Answer:**

20

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Knowing that it is a **30**-gallon bathtub.

And it fills at a rate of **3** gallons per minute.

But also drains **1.5** gallons per minute.

So this is for the first minute.

3 - 1.5 = 1.5

So there will be 1.5 gallons of water in the tub after the first minute.

Now do,

30 ÷ 1.5 = 20

It will take 20 full minutes for the bathtub to fill up.

**Shape DCBA ~ Shape SRQP**

Shape: SRQP

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Hope this helps

**Answer:**

**1. p*(1-p)**

**2. n*p*(1-p)**

**3. p*(1-p)**

**4. 0**

**5. p^2*(1-p)^2**

**6. 57/64**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1. Let Ik denote the reward (possibly 0) given at time k, for k∈{1,2,…,n}. Find E[Ik].

E[Ik]= p*(1-p)

2. Using the answer to part 1, find E[R].

E[R]= n*p*(1-p)

The variance calculation is more involved because the random variables I1,I2,…,In are not independent. We begin by computing the following values.

3. If k∈{1,2,…,n}, then

E[I2k]= p*(1-p)

4. If k∈{1,2,…,n−1}, then

E[IkIk+1]= 0

5. If k≥1, ℓ≥2, and k+ℓ≤n, then

E[IkIk+ℓ]= p^2*(1-p)^2

6. Using the results above, calculate the numerical value of var(R) assuming that p=3/4, n=10.

var(R)= 57/64

**Answer: **

Hopefully this graph helps you!

Here is the completed table showing the description of 2D quadrilaterals:

Quadrilateral Two pairs of opposite angles equal One pair of opposite angles equal Two pairs of parallel sides One pair of parallel sides Two pairs of equal sides All angles 90°

Square ✓ ✓ ✓

Rectangle ✓ ✓ ✓

Parallelogram ✓ ✓

Rhombus ✓

Kite

Trapezium ✓ ✓

Note: "Trapezium" is the British English term for what is called a "trapezoid" in American English.

Quadrilateral Two pairs of opposite angles equal One pair of opposite angles equal Two pairs of parallel sides One pair of parallel sides Two pairs of equal sides All angles 90°

Square ✓ ✓ ✓

Rectangle ✓ ✓ ✓

Parallelogram ✓ ✓

Rhombus ✓

Kite

Trapezium ✓ ✓

Note: "Trapezium" is the British English term for what is called a "trapezoid" in American English.

**Answer:**

**hello your question has some missing parts below is the missing part**

Given below are the analysis of variance results from a Minitab display. Assume that you want to use a 0.05 significance level in testing the null hypothesis that the different samples come from populations with the same mean.

Identify the p-value.

Source DF SS MS F p

Factor 3 13.500 4.500 5.17 0.011

Error 16 13.925 0.870

Total 19 27.425

A) 0.011 B) 4.500 C) 5.17 D) 0.870

** answer** : p-value = 0.011 ( A )

**Step-by-step explanation:**

using this information

Source DF SS MS F P

Factor 3 13.500 4.500 5.17 0.011

Error 16 13.925 0.870

Total 19 27.425

significance level = 0.05

given that the significance level = 0.05

and

F statistics are given as : F = 5.17 , F critical = 3.25

hence the p-value = 0.011

from the analysis the p-value is less than the significance level is lower than the significance level

The p-value in a Minitab analysis of variance (ANOVA) test helps determine whether to reject or accept the null hypothesis that the samples all come from populations with the same mean. You would reject the null hypothesis if your p-value is less than the significance level** (α = 0.05).** Please refer back to your Minitab results to find this p-value.

In the context of your **Minitab analysis** of variance **(ANOVA)** results, the p-value that you should be looking at to determine the null hypothesis is not explicitly mentioned in your question. However, based on your description, you want to test the hypothesis that the different samples come from populations with the same mean** (null hypothesis).**

The **p-value** represents the probability that you would obtain your **observed data** (or data more extreme) if the null hypothesis were true. Therefore, if the p-value is less than the significance level (**α = 0.05**), you would reject the null hypothesis, suggesting that the samples do not all come from populations with the same mean. Conversely, if the **p-value** is larger than 0.05, you would fail to reject the null hypothesis, **suggesting **that the samples could come from populations with the same mean.

Please refer back to your Minitab results to find this p-value. Usually, it's labeled in the ANOVA table output as** 'P' or 'Prob > F'.**

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