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it sound like a math problem. The problem : What are the chances of a 4 sided die landing on 1 twice and on 2 twice out of 4 rolls. The solution I came up with originally was (2/4) x (2/4) x (2/4) x (2/4) . Which I realized was wrong as this allowed the die to land on 1 four times in a row. So then I came up with this soultion (which i still think is wrong) (2/4) x (2/4) x (1/4) x (1/4) . So the reasoning behind this is : The first roll obviously has a 50% chance to roll on either 1 or 2. Second roll is the same. BUT, lets say both of them land on 1, and now it HAS to land on 2 the remaining two times. So my problem is with the current solution that I have is what if the die lands on 1 on the first roll, then on two for the second one. then the third roll would still have a 2/4 AKA a 50% chance of landing on either one. I'm sure the last roll is 1/4 but I just dont know if the order matters on the rolls. This has been driving me crazy the last hour. Please help if you can thanks
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de by credit card; you think this is true at your store as well. On a typical day you make 20 sales. Show that this situation can be modeled by a binomial distribution. For credit, you must discuss each of the criteria required for a binomial experiment. Define the random variable x in this scenario, using the context of the problem. List all possible values of x for this situation. On one trial for this scenario, what does “success” mean? Explain using the words of the problem. What is the probability of success in this scenario? What is the probability of failure in this scenario? Probability Distribution Instructions¬¬¬¬ In Excel, create a probability distribution for this scenario. Label Column A as “x” and Column B as “P(x).” In Column A, list the numbers 0 to 15. In Column B, use BINOM.DIST.RANGE to calculate the probability for each x value. Highlight the probability cells, then right click and select Format Cells. Format the probability cells as “Number” and have Excel show 4 decimal places. Create a probability histogram using the probabilities you calculated. Format and label it properly. Be sure to use the “Select Data” button to change the x-axis so it correctly lists the x-values.
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seen an equation of a circle this is moved in both the x and y direction be converted to a polar equation. For example, I know that the equation of a circle x^(2)+(y-2)^(2)=4 is r=4sin(theta) when converted to polar. Same thing for a translation with the x variable. However, I have never seen, nor do I know how to do, a conversion of a circle with both translations. For example, converting this equation of a circle to a polar equation: (x+3)^(2)+(y-4)^(2)=4. I have no idea how to do such a thing and cannot find any examples of such. Hope you can shed some light on this, Thanks.
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+ Sqrt[2 - 2 y] - k)/((y + 1) Sqrt[1 - y^2]), Sqrt[2]/2/m == k/(k - Sqrt[2 - 2 y]), n == Sqrt[2 - 2 Sqrt[1 - m^2]], z == Sqrt[2 - 2 y]/f == Sqrt[(zn)^2 - 2 + 2 y]/ Sqrt[n^2 - f^2], t == (Sqrt[g^2 - 2 g^3 - g^4 + 2 g + 1] + Sqrt[2 - 2 g] - t)/((g + 1) Sqrt[1 - g^2]), Sqrt[2]/2/h == t/(t - Sqrt[2 - 2 g]), q == Sqrt[2 - 2 Sqrt[1 - h^2]], l == Sqrt[2 - 2 g]/p == Sqrt[(lq)^2 - 2 + 2 g]/ Sqrt[q^2 - p^2], (z + 1) x == (l + 1) 2 x == (y + 1) Sqrt[1 - y^2]/ Sqrt[2] == Pi/4, q == m and determine true it or false thank you
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| Y 0-0 1-1 2-1.41 2– -1,41 2) y/3 =x+1 X | y -2- -3 -1- 0 0-3 11-6 I dont know how’d they get that can u please explain the solution.
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e forecast calls for a 70% chance of snow on Saturday and a 50% chance of snow on Sunday. What is the probability that it will snow both days? I think the answer is 35% but my teacher disagrees. (0.7 x 0.5 = 0.35) Can you help me?
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1.AU MAT 120 Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities Discussion

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