What is the missing value in the table?

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Length Width Height

5 in. 214 in.

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A) 79in.

B) 412in.

C) 134in.

D) 1018in.

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The missing value in the **dimensions **of a rectangular prism having a volume of 50 5/8 cubic inches, length 5 inches, and width 214 inches, is found by dividing the volume by the product of length and width. On calculating, it is found to be approximately 1/7 inches.

The volume of a** rectangular prism** is found by multiplying the length, width, and height together. Here, you are given the total volume (50 5/8 cubic inches) and two of the dimensions (length is 5 inches and width is 214 inches). Therefore, the missing value is the height. To find this, you should divide the total volume by the length and the width.

So, Height = Volume / (Length x Width) = (50 5/8) / (5 x 214) = **81/ 14**, which gives approximately 1/7 inches. Hence, none of the options (A, B, C, D) is correct.

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The lifetime of a certain type of battery is normally distributed with mean value 11 hours and standard deviation 1 hour. There are four batteries in a package. What lifetime value is such that the total lifetime of all batteries in a package exceeds that value for only 5% of all packages?

Every Wednesday Mr. Yates orders fruit. He has set aside $1,250 to purchase Valencia oranges. Each box of Valencia oranges cost $ 41. How many boxes of Valencia oranges can Mr. Yates purchase?

A social scientist believed that less than 30 percent of adults in the United States watch 15 or fewer hours of television per week. To test the belief, the scientist randomly selected 1,250 adults in the United States. The sample proportion of adults who watch 15 or fewer hours of television per week was 0.28, and the resulting hypothesis test had a p-value of 0.061. The computation of the p- value assumes which of the following is true? (A) The population proportion of adults who watch 15 or fewer hours of television per week is 0.28. Submit (B) The population proportion of adults who watch 15 or fewer hours of television per week is 0.30. (C) The population proportion of adults who watch 15 or fewer hours of television per week is less than 0.30. (D) The population mean number of hours adults spend watching television per week is 15. (E) The population mean number of hours adults spend watching television per week is less than 15.

Reese read twice as many pages Saturday than she read Sunday. If she read a total of 78 pages over the weekend, how many pages did Reese read Sunday?

The lifetime of a certain type of battery is normally distributed with mean value 11 hours and standard deviation 1 hour. There are four batteries in a package. What lifetime value is such that the total lifetime of all batteries in a package exceeds that value for only 5% of all packages?

Every Wednesday Mr. Yates orders fruit. He has set aside $1,250 to purchase Valencia oranges. Each box of Valencia oranges cost $ 41. How many boxes of Valencia oranges can Mr. Yates purchase?

A social scientist believed that less than 30 percent of adults in the United States watch 15 or fewer hours of television per week. To test the belief, the scientist randomly selected 1,250 adults in the United States. The sample proportion of adults who watch 15 or fewer hours of television per week was 0.28, and the resulting hypothesis test had a p-value of 0.061. The computation of the p- value assumes which of the following is true? (A) The population proportion of adults who watch 15 or fewer hours of television per week is 0.28. Submit (B) The population proportion of adults who watch 15 or fewer hours of television per week is 0.30. (C) The population proportion of adults who watch 15 or fewer hours of television per week is less than 0.30. (D) The population mean number of hours adults spend watching television per week is 15. (E) The population mean number of hours adults spend watching television per week is less than 15.

Reese read twice as many pages Saturday than she read Sunday. If she read a total of 78 pages over the weekend, how many pages did Reese read Sunday?

Answer: 125

The best prediction for the number of times a 4 will be drawn from the pile is:

A set of cards contains cards numbered 1 – 8.

So, the theoretical probability that 4 comes up is:

Ratio of Number of favorable outcome( outcome of 4) to the total umber outcome(i.e. 8 )

Hence, Theoretical Probability that 4 is drawn=1/8

Now, out of 1000 trials the best prediction of number of times 4 is drawn is:

(The probability of drawing 4)×(Number of experiments or trials)

=(1/8)×1000

=125

15

9

4.5

18

Answer:

18

Step-by-step explanation:

Let X be the midpoint of the chord AB

Distance between X and the centre:

15-3 = 12

XB² = 15² - 12²

XB² = 81

XB = 9

AB = 2XB = 18

**Answer:**

4.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

y= 3.11x+ 17.59

I got this equation by doing 23.81-20.70 to find m, which is 3.11.

Then to find b, or y-intercept, I subtracted 3.11 from 20.70 to get the origin all price and got 17.59

I got this equation by doing 23.81-20.70 to find m, which is 3.11.

Then to find b, or y-intercept, I subtracted 3.11 from 20.70 to get the origin all price and got 17.59

38. H

The problem statement clearly states 80 were surveyed and only 2 ate Brand A. 2/80 = 2.5%.

39. C

The top trapezoid is similar to the bottom one. The dimensions of the top trapezoid are double those of the bottom one. 2×6600 ft = 13200 ft.

The problem statement clearly states 80 were surveyed and only 2 ate Brand A. 2/80 = 2.5%.

39. C

The top trapezoid is similar to the bottom one. The dimensions of the top trapezoid are double those of the bottom one. 2×6600 ft = 13200 ft.

mZ2 = 60

m_6

What is

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**Answer:**

the measurement of angle 6 is 60

Angle 6 is 60........

Let X be the number of traffic accidents that occur on a particular stretch of road during a month. X follows a Poisson distribution with a mean of μ =7.3

The probability function of X is given by

P(X=x) =

We have mean =7.3

P(X=x) =

Probability of observing exactly four accidents on this stretch of road next month is

P(X=4) =

= (0.0006755 * 2839.8241)/24

P(X=4) = 1.9184113/ 24

P(X=4) = 0.0799338

P(X=4) = 0.079934

**Probability that there will be exactly four accidents on this stretch of road next month is 0.079934**