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Sets and RelationsD Identify the correct name for the diagram above O CD 18 18 DC

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Sets and RelationsA box contains three cards On one card there is an apple A on another card there is a question mark Q and on the third card there is a rectangle R Two cards are to be selected at random with replacement Complete parts a through e below a Determine the number of sample points in the sample space There are points in the sample space b Construct a tree diagram Choose the correct answer below OA R O B Q O C A Q O D A A R Q R R A A R A Q A R

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Sets and RelationsAfter diving 89 m below the sea level a diver rises at a rate of 5 meters per minute for 10 min Where is the diver in relation to the surface The answer is m

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Sets and RelationsRewrite the division as a multiplication X 1 y X y Simplify your answe

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Sets and RelationsFind the area of the triangle having yertiles 1 1 1 and 0 2 triangle having the given

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Sets and RelationsWithout actually doing the calculations decide which if either of the following two sets of data will have the greater standard deviation Explain why 8 11 12 13 15 19 8 9 9 10 10 11 Choose the correct answer below OA The standard deviations would be the same since the spread of data about each mean is the same OB The first set will have the greater standard deviation because the data have a smaller spread about the mean OC The first set will have the greater standard deviation because the data have a greater spread about the mean OD The second set will have the greater standard deviation because the data have a greater spread about the mean

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Sets and RelationsFor the following set of numbers find the mean median mode and midrange 10 10 11 12 14 14 14 15 26 The mean is 14 The median is

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Sets and RelationsFor the following set of numbers find the mean median mode and midrange 10 10 11 12 14 14 14 15 26 The mean is www

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Sets and RelationsVisit What s on Art and artists Store Q Jeff Wall Canadian born 1946 Works Ulike to think that my Artist Photographer Jeff Wall Title Date Medium Size Outburst 1989 Silver dye bleach process color print Cibachrome 1818 x 241 8 in 46 x 61 3 cm Word Length 650 700 Total Overview For this bundle your formal analysis must be a sort essay length response of 5 paragraphs in length You will need to use exactly 3 elements to analyze the photograph in detail in order to make your argument about the photograph Use the Guide to Writing a Formal Analysis and the sample for additional support Keep in mind that the sample is structured differently from the specific format I outline below So make sure you follow the specification outlined below and not the sample Specifications for Constructing the Short Essay Paragraph 1 Introduction Mid Term Exam ART 3648 History of Photography Your introduction should include a Basic details The name of the photographer artist title provenance date and medium b Context A very brief description of the work including what you think the subject is c A road map This is like a movie trailer it gives the reader a preview of your essay d Thesis statement This is a one or two sentence statement where you make your argument s main claim Paragraphs 2 3 and 4 Separate Body Paragraphs Use three different formal elements one per paragraph to analyze the photograph Together these paragraphs constitute the reasons and evidence that supports your overall argument about the meaning of the image Begin each paragraph with a topic sentence that addresses the significance of the element you have chosen The topic sentence should make clear to your reader how the following analysis supports your overall thesis statement Address how and why the key elements used by the photographer artist create meaning Make sure you not only describe the work but use description to support your argument Thus you are using description for the ultimate purpose of interpreting and or evaluating the photographs In this process you should be moving between description and analysis unlike the one paragraph formal 7

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Sets and RelationsMarta was pregnant 270 days 259 days and 272 days for her first three pregnancies In order for Marta s average pregnancy to equal the worldwide average of 266 days for how long must her fourth pregnancy last MEILD In order to equal the worldwide average of 266 days Marta s fourth pregnancy must last for days

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Sets and RelationsIn a survey of 290 newspaper readers 181 of them read The Daily Times 142 read The Guardian 117 read Punch and each read at least one of the three papers If 75 read The Daily Times and The Guard ian 60 read The Daily Times and Punch and 54 read The Guardian and Punch a Draw a Venn diagram to illustrate this information b How many readers read i all three papers ii iii exactly two of the papers exactly one of the papers Cuardian only WAEC

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Sets and RelationsUse a table of cumulative areas under the normal curve to find the z score that corresponds to the given cumulative area If the area is not in the table use the entry closest to the area If the area is halfway between two entries use the z score halfway between the corresponding z scores If convenient use technology to find the z score 0 052 Click to view page 1 of the table Click to view page 2 of the table The cumulative area corresponds to the z score of Round to three decimal places as needed

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Sets and Relations1 Complete the chart below to create a frequency distribution from the set of scores using Exhibit 1 1 2 Using the numbers in Exhibit 1 1 If you want to end up with four bars on your histogram how many numbers should be in each interval Demonstrate how to figure the problem 5 pnts 3 Using the numbers in Exhibit 1 1 determine the mean 5 pnts 4 Using the numbers in Exhibit 1 1 determine the range 5 pnts 5 Using the numbers in Exhibit 1 1 determine the mode 5 pnts

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Sets and RelationsF Before the overtime rule in a football league was changed among 516 overtime games 359 were won by the team that won the coin toss at the beginning of overtime Use the sign test and a 0 05 significance level to test the claim that the coin toss is fair in the sense that neither team has an advantage by winning it Does the coin toss appear to be fair Ho P H P Type integers or decimals Do not round Determine the test statistic The test statistic is Round to two decimal places as needed Determine the P value The P value is Round to three decimal places as needed Determine the proper conclusion Because the P value is the 0 05 significance level Ho There is evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the coin toss is

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Sets and Relations4 Acknowledges and Accepts Expressions of Negative Affect as Okay One of the most supportive aspects of our friendship is the space we give each other to express negative emotions without fear of judgment For example during a particularly stressful period I found myself frequently venting my frustrations Rather than dismissing my feelings or offering unsolicited advice she listened and acknowledged that it was okay to feel overwhelmed This acceptance made me feel supported and understood reinforcing the trust and closeness in our relationship

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Sets and Relations11 The beam shown in Figure P5 5 11 has lateral support at a b c Compute C for segment b c a Use the unfactored service loads b Use factored loads k 10 b 15 PD 1 7 k PL 5 k 10 0 5 k ft WD W 0 9 k ft H

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Sets and RelationsUse the Venn diagram shown to the right to list the set An Bin roster form AnB Use a comma to separate answers as needed possible U 4 5 19 3 10 11 7 13 15 14

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Sets and RelationsUse the Venn diagram to represent the set An B in roster form ANB Use a comma to separate answers as needed

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Sets and RelationsComplete each of the following derivations by filling in the missing justification for each line 1 2 P Q R P 3 4 5 6 TR T Q R R Question 15 Justification for Line 4 Question 16 Justification for Line 5 Question 17 Justification for Line 6 Premise Premise Assumption Goal Goal Goal Fill in the blanks by selecting one option from each menu 2 points Fill in the blanks by selecting one option from each menu 2 points Fill in the blanks bugale

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Sets and RelationsWork required Given u v and w are in V and s and t are real numbers Properties of Closure C1 u v is an object in V C2 sv is an object in V Determine if the set of all 2 x 2 matrices of the form The set Select Select multiplicis is not a is closed under addition and scalar multiplication b 2b closed under addition and Select closed under sc

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Sets and RelationsIf w is irrational and v is rational then 3w 5v is irrational Proof Assume 3w 5v is rational then 3w 5v where a b e Z b 0 Then 3w 5v Since is rational then t c de Z and d 0 Then 3t 5 frac ad 5bc bd where ad 5bc bd Z and bd 0 where ad 5bc bd Z and 3bd 0 Hence to Then w is a rational number This is a contradiction The flaw in the previous proof if exists is corrected by assuming that Oate is an irrational number O a 3d w is an irrational number O b god a b 1 Oc a b are positive integers O d w is an irrational number and e is rational

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Sets and RelationsIf y f g x where f 2 8 f 4 5 g 3 4 g 3 8 then y at x 3 is O a 8 O b 24 O c 40 O d 12

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Sets and RelationsThe following data represent crime rates per 1 000 population for a random sample of 46 neighborhoods in a particular city 53 7 54 4 36 8 25 7 52 9 64 9 31 6 65 3 42 0 77 8 123 7 65 8 93 0 56 6 58 8 67 7 78 9 33 6 74 4 44 7 132 4 70 4 87 9 55 6 154 5 85 1 77 9 84 4 23 7 37 8 41 4 66 0 69 3 34 8 24 5 32 2 77 4 27 8 68 9 74 1 72 0 104 4 62 0 59 2 76 1 38 9 LA USE SALT a Use a calculator with mean and sample standard deviation keys to find the sample mean x and sample standard deviations as crimes per 1 000 people Round your answers to four decimal places crimes per 1 000 people crimes per 1 000 people crimes per 1 000 people b Let us say the preceding data are representative of the population crime rates in neighborhoods in this city Compute an 80 confidence interval for u the population mean crime rate as crimes per 1 000 people for all neighborhoods in this city Enter your answer in the form lower limit to upper limit Include the word to Round your numerical values to one decimal place crimes per 1 000 people e Compute a 99 confidence interval for the population mean crime rate as crimes per 1 000 people for all neighborhoods in this city Enter your answer in the form lower limit to upper limit Include the word to Round your numerical values to one decimal place

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Sets and Relations3 5p Find lim 11 00 4n6 n5 2n 2n n 2n 3n 1 3 5p Find lim n 00 4n 1 5 3P Check existence of the limit lime x 0

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