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(2n+4)!/(2n!4-3)!=2/3(n+4)!/(n+4-4)!

Posted 9 months ago by in Math 12 University - Data Management | 0 answers

#data management #permutations

n!/(n-3)!

Posted 9 months ago by **alyseidt** in Math 12 University - Data Management | 0 answers

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A boy has five coins, each of a different value. How many different sums of money can be totaled with these five coins?

Posted 1 year ago by in Math 12 University - Data Management | 0 answers

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A researcher wishes to count the squirrel population in a large park.

She first captures and tags 30 squirrels, then releases them.

She later returns and captures 10 squirrels. 4 of them are tagged.

a.) Determine the population of squirrels in the park.

b.) Given your population, calculate the probability of finding 4 tagged squirrels in a sample of 10.

c.) Determine the probability of finding less than 4 tagged squirrels in a sample of 10.

Posted 1 year ago by **Nelmoney** in Math 12 University - Data Management | 0 answers

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Equatio for rational function with 1 x-int located at 3 1 vertical asymptote and does not have a hole in the graph. It has horizontal aymptote at y = -1

Posted 1 year ago by **AMAN** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 0 answers

#functions #rational functions

To win a grand prize in a hospital lottery, you must math six different numbers chosen from the numbers 1 to 45. What is the probability of winning the grand prize?

Posted 1 year ago by **Apple12** in Math 12 University - Data Management | 0 answers

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Suppose that we want to construct 4-digit numbers using distinct digits from the set, SS =

{0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}. If all the 4-digit numbers are arranged in increasing order, what is the 161st 4-digit

number?

Posted 1 year ago by **aves999** in Math 12 University - Data Management | 0 answers

#data management #permutations

Find the range and domain of this function.

f(x)=1/x+3

Posted 1 year ago by **datauser** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 0 answers

#functions

The odds of the Blue Jays winning the world series is 3:7, while the odds of the Toronto Raptors winning the NBA championship is 4:9.

a) What is the probability that either team will win the top prize in their respective league

Posted 1 year ago by **Echo2418** in Math 12 University - Data Management | 0 answers

#probability

Create your rollercoaster using DESMOS or any other graphing software. Remember

to save your work

It must include the following: o You must include at least one of each of the following types of functions in your model: ? 1 linear/1 quadratic ? 1 polynomial (degree 3 or higher) 1 rational 1 sinusoidal 1 exponential 1 logarithmicuse four out of the six above.

The x-axis is time. The ride must be completed in exactly 4.5 minutes. The y-axis is height above the ground. Your rollercoaster must have a maximum height of 80 meters and minimum height of 5 meters above the ground. Your rollercoaster cannot go underground. Your ride must start with a horizontal line for half a second.Posted 1 year ago by **zan roon** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 0 answers

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