# \$280 \$290 \$560 \$580.

Is that like your payment for each day or something

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their is no question but i am assuming that u want me to add them i guess

280+290+560+580=1,710

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John needs to make a scale drawing of his school building for art class. If the building is 256.25 meters long, and John scales it down using a ratio of 25 meters to 1 inch, how long will the building be in the sketch? 12.62 inches

the answer will be 10.25 inches

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What is the least common denominator of the equation StartFraction 2 Over 9 EndFraction x + two-thirds x = 7?

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What is y when x = 50?У
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The value of y is 225 when x is 50 from the given graph.

### What is Coordinate System?

Arrangement of reference lines or curves used to identify the location of points in space is called as Coordinate system.

We need to find the value of y when x is fifty.

In the given graph we have to draw a perpendicular line at x =50.

Now we have to check the point where the perpendicular line touches the graph curve.

Take the corresponding value of y.

When x is 50 the value of y is nearly to 225.

Hence, the value of y is 225 when x is 50.

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I’m not sure if my answer is correct. If you can help me

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Determine the length of UT.

I think the answer would be 20

The probability of finding a broken cookie in a bag of chocolate chip cookies is P = .03. Find the probability of getting at least 2 broken cookies in a bag containing 36 cookies

P(at least 2 broken cookies) = 1 - P(X = 0) - P(X = 1)

### How to find the  probability of getting at least 2 broken cookies in a bag containing 36 cookies

To find the probability of getting at least 2 broken cookies in a bag containing 36 cookies, we need to calculate the probability of getting 2, 3, 4, ..., up to 36 broken cookies and then sum up those probabilities.

The probability of getting exactly 2 broken cookies can be calculated using the binomial probability formula:

P(X = k) = C(n, k) * p^k * (1 - p)^(n - k)

Using the formula, we can calculate P(X = 2):

P(X = 2) = C(36, 2) * (0.03)^2 * (1 - 0.03)^(36 - 2)

Similarly, we can calculate P(X = 3), P(X = 4), and so on, up to P(X = 36).

Once we have calculated all these probabilities, we can sum them up to find the probability of getting at least 2 broken cookies:

P(at least 2 broken cookies) = P(X = 2) + P(X = 3) + P(X = 4) + ... + P(X = 36)

P(at least 2 broken cookies) = 1 - P(X = 0) - P(X = 1)

To calculate P(X = 0), we can use the binomial probability formula with k = 0, and for P(X = 1), we can use the formula with k = 1.

Once we have calculated P(X = 0) and P(X = 1), we can substitute them into the equation:

P(at least 2 broken cookies) = 1 - P(X = 0) - P(X = 1)

This will give us the probability of getting at least 2 broken cookies in a bag containing 36 cookies.