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Comment from student: Thank you for your quick reply! This wasn't a homework assignment, just a challenge between friends (friends that are rusty at math). Once I reviewed the steps of your work, it came back to me. Thanks again!

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Comment from student: Thank you! Do you think you could tell me what the expected number of A's would be?

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Comment from student: if 3 is the greatest common divisor of positive integers r ans s, what is the greatest common divisor of 2r and 2s

Comment from student: Thanks stanbon, appreciate.But i still have a whole lot of questions to solve please

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Comment from student: Stan, Thank you so much for your expedited reply! I wasn't expecting an answer so soon! My brother and I got the same answer but on the test it shows it is incorrect. I will be mentioning this to my instructor. Thank you for your help!

Comment from student: Thank you so much for your quick response. I might need some Statistics paid home work help from you. What do i need to do? Thanks /Ben

Comment from student: Thanks! This helped. I thought I was doing it right, but as soon at the negative exponent came in I became confused.

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Comment from student: Thanks, stanbon! I was hung up on the difference in rate and missed that I could put the minutes in terms of each other.

Comment from student: Thank you so much! I am doing test corrections and really needed help with this problem. I didn't know how to continue simplifying it. Thanks so much for the help!

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Comment from student: thanks your answer confirmed that I did my work correctly.

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Comment from student: Nope, i just figured it out, thanks though, its, sinx = cosx, divide by cosx sinx/cosx = 1 hence tanx = 1 x = tan inverse1 x= 45

Comment from student: I want to ask .. Where did u get 1/13?? My own solving resulted into 8 bec... there are 4 queen and king in a deck of card therefore there are 8 ways .. (Just sharin')

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Comment from student: Thank you very much Stan! I guess I should have explained what I had to do with the problem. We are factoring trinomials. I am amazed at the answer that you have me though! That is amazing! Do you know what the answer is if you factor it? I believe it is prime because I cannot find numbers that are a product of 48, and a sum of -15.

Comment from student: Hi, I am still kind of confused because for b, if we were to do 5!/2! that would be okay if we only had 5 letters, 2 of them being w's, when we have 6 letters, but I think I know how to do it, so please correct me if I am wrong.... For b we should do 4C3, to choose 3 of our 4 consonants for our 5 letters, (the other 2 letters being the 2 w's) and then multiply it by 5! and divide by 2! Right?

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Comment from student: Please help !!! Sorry I forgot about the numbers. Identify the distribution of the sample mean. In particular, state whether the distribution of (x bar ) is normal or approximately normal and give its mean and standard deviation. The heights of people in a certain population are normally distributed with a mean of 66 inches and a standard deviation of 3.1 inches. Determine the sampling distribution of the mean for samples of size 36

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Comment from student: Thank u for your help but the answer 0.1039 is not one of the choices. The choices are: 0.91 0.41 0.09 0.59

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