b. What is the probability that James wins?

c. What is the probability that Peter wins?

d. Is the game fair?

e. Are there any outcomes where the game would be tied?

f. Are there any outcomes where no one would win?

Answer:
A______is your answer

How do you calculate the approximate mean monthly salary of 100 graduatesmonthly salary number of graduate1001-1400 11401-1800 111801-2200 142201-2600 382601 3000 36.

A presidential candidate plans to begin her campaign by visiting the capitals in 4 of 42 states. What is the probability that she selects the route of four specific capitals? Is it practical to list all of the different possible routes in order to select the one that is best?P(she selects the route of four specific capitals): _____.Is it practical to list all of the different possible routes in order to select the one that is best?A.Yes, it is practical to list all of the different possible routes because the number of possible permutations is very small.B.Yes, it is practical to list all of the different possible routes because the number of possible permutations is very large.C.No, it is not practical to list all of the different possible routes because the number of possible permutations is very small.D.No, it is not practical to list all of the different possible routes because the number of possible permutations is very large.

Three friends — let’s call them X, Y , and Z — like to play pool (pocket billiards). There are some pool games that involve three players, but these people instead like to play 9-ball, which is a game between two players with the property that a tie cannot occur (there’s always a winner and a loser in any given round). Since it’s not possible for all three of these friends to play at the same time, they use a simple rule to decide who plays in the next round: loser sits down. For example, suppose that, in round 1, X and Y play; then if X wins, Y sits down and the next game is between X and Z. Question: in the long run, which two players square off against each other most often? Least often? So far what I’ve described is completely realistic, but now we need to make a (strong) simplifying assumption. In practice people get tired and/or discouraged, so the probability that (say) X beats Y in any single round is probably not constant in time, but let’s pretend it is, to get a kind of baseline analysis: let 0 < pXY < 1 be the probability that X beats Y in any given game, and define 0 < pXZ < 1 and 0 < pY Z < 1 correspondingly. Consider the stochastic process P that keeps track of

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A presidential candidate plans to begin her campaign by visiting the capitals in 4 of 42 states. What is the probability that she selects the route of four specific capitals? Is it practical to list all of the different possible routes in order to select the one that is best?P(she selects the route of four specific capitals): _____.Is it practical to list all of the different possible routes in order to select the one that is best?A.Yes, it is practical to list all of the different possible routes because the number of possible permutations is very small.B.Yes, it is practical to list all of the different possible routes because the number of possible permutations is very large.C.No, it is not practical to list all of the different possible routes because the number of possible permutations is very small.D.No, it is not practical to list all of the different possible routes because the number of possible permutations is very large.

Three friends — let’s call them X, Y , and Z — like to play pool (pocket billiards). There are some pool games that involve three players, but these people instead like to play 9-ball, which is a game between two players with the property that a tie cannot occur (there’s always a winner and a loser in any given round). Since it’s not possible for all three of these friends to play at the same time, they use a simple rule to decide who plays in the next round: loser sits down. For example, suppose that, in round 1, X and Y play; then if X wins, Y sits down and the next game is between X and Z. Question: in the long run, which two players square off against each other most often? Least often? So far what I’ve described is completely realistic, but now we need to make a (strong) simplifying assumption. In practice people get tired and/or discouraged, so the probability that (say) X beats Y in any single round is probably not constant in time, but let’s pretend it is, to get a kind of baseline analysis: let 0 < pXY < 1 be the probability that X beats Y in any given game, and define 0 < pXZ < 1 and 0 < pY Z < 1 correspondingly. Consider the stochastic process P that keeps track of

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On two investments totaling $6,000, Kevin lost 3% on one and earned 6% on the other. If his net annual receipts were $288, how much was each investment?

**ANSWER:**

$ 800 was invested in the account at 3%

$5200 was invested in the account at 6%

**STEP-BY-STEP EXPLANATION:**

We can establish the following system of equations thanks to the help of the statement:

Let x represent the amount invested in the investment that lost value

Let y represent the amount invested in the investment that gained

value.

We replace equation (1) in (2) and solve for x:

Therefore, $ 800 was invested in the account the lost value, and $ 5200 was invested in the account that gained value.

Miguel has a jar full of dimes and quarters. There are a total of 115 coins with a total value of$17.05. The system of equations that represents this situation is as follows: d + q =115 and

10d + 25 = 1705 How many MORE dimes than quarters are in Miguel's jar?

**Answer:**

53

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Dimes 168

What is 0.035 as a simplified reduced fraction

**Answer:**

7/200

**Step-by-step explanation:**

0.035= 35/1000= 7*5/200*5=7/200

7/200 is the correct answer

Use a table to multiply (–5a)(2a – 1). A) –15a B) 5a2 + 10a C) –10a2 – 5a D) –10a2 + 5a

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given the expression (–5a)(2a – 1)

Open the bracket

(–5a)(2a – 1)

= -5a(2a) -5a(-1)

= -10a² + 5a

**hence the equivalent expression is -10a² + 5a**

upike 5 1/2 miles from your house to a skatepark you travel one half of that distance in the woods Buck along the bank of a stream for the last half of the woods on how many miles of your trip do you bike along the bank of the stream

**Answer:**

1

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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HEEEEEEEEEEELLLLLLLPPPPP PLEASE ); Kingston deposited $90 in a savings account earning 6% interest, compounded annually. To the nearest cent, how much will he have in 2 years?

Answer: 101.12

Step-by-step explanation: This answer is rounded to the nearest cent. The other is not, and will count it wrong.