Answer:

**Answer:**

710 hairbands

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Total hairbands = (5*dollars spent) + 90

Max hairbands = (5 * 124) + 90

The radius of a circle is 2.6 in. Find the circumference to the nearest tenth.

Question 23Let f be a function given by f(x)=-4x-1.Find and simplify f(x+3)

What is m in this question

A product p and six is wrtten as

A meteorologist is studying the speed at which thunderstorms travel. A sample of 10 storms are observed. The mean of the sample was 12.2 MPH and the standard deviation of the sample was 2.4. What is the 95% confidence interval for the true mean speed of thunderstorms?

Question 23Let f be a function given by f(x)=-4x-1.Find and simplify f(x+3)

What is m in this question

A product p and six is wrtten as

A meteorologist is studying the speed at which thunderstorms travel. A sample of 10 storms are observed. The mean of the sample was 12.2 MPH and the standard deviation of the sample was 2.4. What is the 95% confidence interval for the true mean speed of thunderstorms?

**Answer:**

1.8 times the cost of labor.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

At the beginning of the year, the rate for overhead was estimated to be ...

(overhead $)/(direct labor $) = $396/$220 = 1.8

**The overhead rate is 1.8 times the labor cost**.

**Answer:**

0.31104

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given that according to the Sydney Morning Herald, 40% of bicycles stolen in Holland are recovered.

If X represents the number of bicyles stolen in Sydney, X is binomial

because each cycle to be stolen is independent of the other.

Also there are two outcomes

n = 6, p = 0.40

Required probability = the probability that, in a sample of 6 randomly selected cases of bicycles stolen in Holland, exactly 2 out of 6 bikes are recovered

==P(X=2)

=

**Answer:**

**Probability that exactly 2 out of 6 bikes are recovered is 0.31.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We are given that according to the Sydney Morning Herald, 40% of bicycles stolen in Holland are recovered.

Also, there is a sample of 6 randomly selected cases of bicycles stolen in Holland.

**The above situation can be represented through Binomial distribution;**

where, n = number of trials (samples) taken = 6 cases of bicycles

r = number of success = exactly 2

p = probability of success which in our question is % of bicycles

stolen in Holland that are being recovered, i.e; 40%

*LET X = Number of bikes recovered*

So, it means X ~

**Now, Probability that exactly 2 out of 6 bikes are recovered is given by = P(X = 2)**

P(X = 2) =

=

= 0.31

**Therefore, Probability that, in a sample of 6 randomly selected cases of bicycles stolen in Holland, exactly 2 out of 6 bikes are recovered is 0.31.**

**Answer:**

b

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

h = 20 m

**Step-by-step explanation:**

So you know volume of a cylinder = π*(r^2) * h

and you also know volume of this cylinder = 180π

(volume is also in meters^3)

you can set these volumes equal to one another

180π = π*(r^2) * h

by dividing by π you get this:

180 = (r^2) * h

you need h so you can divide by r^2 to get this

h = 180 / (r^2)

now you just need to plug in the radius you are given which was 3 meters

h = 180 m^3 / (3 m^2)

h = 180 m^ 3 / 9 m^2

h = 20 m

at this rate of speed, how many miles the airplane travel in 1 1/2 hours?

Answer: A=450

Step-by-step explanation:

B. 175,000 Joules

C. 303,000 Joules

D. 350,000 Joules

**Answer:**

C. 303,000 Joules

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1. use abcos(theta)

a=50

b=7000

theta=30 degrees

2. (50)(7000)cos(30)=303,000

**Answer:**

C: 303,000 Joules

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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