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Shortly before the 1932 presidential election, a national magazine conducted a telephone survey of voters. Based on the results of the survey, the magazine predicted that Herbert Hoover (Republican) would beat Franklin Roosevelt (Democrat) by a landslide. In fact, exactly the opposite happened. The trouble with the survey was that in the Depression era, only the rich could afford phones. Plus, wealthy people were more likely to vote Republican than Democrat. This is a classic example of an error in which phase of inferential statistics?a. data gatheringb. data organisationc. probability-based inferenced. data analysis
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a garden is made up of two squares and a quarter circle. what are the perimeter and area of the garden
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Select the inequalities represented by the graph below. Select all that apply.
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PLEAZZZZZZZZZZ HELP ASAP One base of the trapizoid is three times the lengh of the second base. The height of the trapizoid is 2 in. smaller than the second base. If the area of the trapizoid is 30in^2, find the lengths of the bases and the height of the trapizoid . A student is painting an accent wall in his room where the length of the wall is 3ft^2 more than its width. The wall in his room where the length is 3ft more than its width . The wall has an area of 130ft^2. What are the length and the width, in feet.Find two consecutive even integers whose product is 80. (there are two pairs, and only an algebraic solution will be excepted)
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Daniel works at a nearby electronics store. He makes a commission of 15%15\%15%15, percent on everything he sells. If he sells a laptop for $293.00\$293.00$293.00dollar sign, 293, point, 00, how much money does Daniel make in commission?
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Jenny filled 12 pitchers with an equal amount of lemonade in each. The total amount of lemonade in the 12 pitchers was 41.4 liters. how many liters of lemonade will be in 7 pitchers? explain
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Roger is building a storage shed with wood blocks that are in the shape of cubic prisms. Can he build a shed that is twice as high as it is wide? A. Yes. For every block of width, he could build two blocks high. B. Yes. He could use half as many blocks for the height as the width. C. There is no way to determine if he can do this. D. No, it is not possible to do this.
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Mr. Richard's science class is conducting a variety of experiments with projectiles and falling objects. Two groups of students are using a slingshot to launch tennis balls from ground level, and two groups are dropping tennis balls from the fire escape.Below are descriptions of the parameters with which each group launches or drops their tennis balls.Group A launches a tennis ball straight up with an initial velocity of 19 meters per second.Group B launches a tennis ball straight up with an initial velocity of 50 feet per second.Group C drops a tennis ball from a height of 19 meters.Group D drops a tennis ball from a height of 50 feet.Determine which group's activities can be modeled by the following equations, where h is the current altitude of the tennis ball.1. h = -4.9t^2 + 19. (A-B-C-D)2. h = -16t^2 + 50t. (A-B-C-D)3. h = -16t^2 + 50. (A-B-C-D)4. h = -4.9t^2 + 19t. (A-B-C-D)
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what is the value of the expression below?
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the circumference of the circle is approximately 125.66 CM the Shaded region is 4/5 of the circle what's the area of the shaded region
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