Answer:
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Two angles are said to be complements of one another only when:

→ Makes a right angle

→ They add to 90 degrees

Thus,

According to above. statement!

Option [ B ] :

When together they are equal to a right angle is CORRECT!

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Two angles are said to be complements of one another only when:

→ Makes a right angle

→ They add to 90 degrees

Thus,

According to above. statement!

Option [ B ] :

When together they are equal to a right angle is CORRECT!

hope it helps!

Answer:
b.) complementary angles add up to 90 degrees

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A sample of n = 100 scores is selected from a population with mu = 80 with sigma= 20. On average, how much error is expected between the sample mean and the population mean?

Хf(x)Use the table of values to find the function's values.If x = 0, then f(0) =If f(x) = 27, then x =33-3 -2170-15N-7327

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How do I solve a mathematics problem that is too complex for me to solve?

A sample of n = 100 scores is selected from a population with mu = 80 with sigma= 20. On average, how much error is expected between the sample mean and the population mean?

Хf(x)Use the table of values to find the function's values.If x = 0, then f(0) =If f(x) = 27, then x =33-3 -2170-15N-7327

Help.. ill give brainliest..

How do I solve a mathematics problem that is too complex for me to solve?

**Answer:**

10353

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The given series is in arithmetic progression since the common difference is same which is 8.

To find the sum of series we can simply apply the formula'

S= n/2( first term + last term)

S is the sum and n is the number of terms

we also need to find the number of terms n

n = (last term- first term)/2 + 1

n= 51

s= 10353

**Answer:**

3/8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

add 5+1+3=9

and there is 3 cheese pizza so its 3 over 8.

**Answer:**

3/9

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

The answer is - budget constraint

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The slope of the __ budget constraint__ is determined by the relative price of the two goods, which is calculated by taking the price of one good and dividing it by the price of the other good.

A budget constraint happens when a consumer demonstrates limited consumption patterns by a certain income.

**Answer:**

Check the explanation

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Kindly check the attached image below to see the step by step explanation to the question above.**

4x + 32

172°

Your answer

**Answer:**

x=35

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Because the 2 lines are parallel u kno 172=4x+32

from there: 172-32=4x or 140=4x, and then 140/4=x

To solve for 'x' in the equation 4x + 32 = 172, we isolate 'x' by first subtracting 32 from both sides of the equation. This gives us 4x = 140. Then, solving for 'x', we divide both sides by 4, resulting in 'x' equal to 35.

To find the **value of x**, we need to use the process of **algebraic simplification.** In the equation provided, isolate x by subtracting 32 from both sides of the equation:

4x + 32 = 172

4x = 172 - 32

4x = 140

Next, solve for **x** by dividing both sides of the equation by 4:

x = 140 / 4

x = 35

Therefore, the **value of x** in the equation is 35.

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**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We are to find critical values for the test given

a) df =16: Alpha = 0.01 and right tailed

Critical value= 2.583

b) df = 23-1 = 22: alpha = 0.1 and left tailed

critical= -1.717

c)df=31-1 =30: alpha =0.1: two tailed

t =1.697

Critical values can be obtained from critical t tables.

Left tailed will have negative sign and right tailed positive

The critical values for these tests of a population standard deviation can be found via looking up a chi-square distribution table at the specified degrees of freedom and alpha level. For a two-tail test, the alpha value needs to be divided equally in the two tails.

To determine the critical values for these tests of a **population standard deviation**, we first need to understand the critical values for a chi-squared test. The chi-square test is used when the degrees of freedom and the level of significance (alpha) are known.

(a) A right-tailed test with 16 degrees of freedom at the alpha equals 0.01 level of significance: To find this critical value, we would check a chi-square distribution table at 16 degrees of freedom and alpha equals 0.01. The value we find is the critical value.

(b) A left-tailed test for a sample of size n equals 23 at the alpha equals 0.1 level of significance: Similarly, we would check the chi-square distribution table but this time at 22 degrees of freedom and alpha equals 0.1. Please note that degrees of freedom is calculated as n-1 which gives us 22 in this case.

(c) A two-tailed test for a sample of size n equals 31 at the alpha equals 0.1 level of significance: For a two-tailed test, we distribute the alpha equally in the two tails of the distribution. That means, we lookup chi-square distribution table for 30 degrees of freedom and alpha equals 0.05 to get our critical value.

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