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Charlie S.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

19 hours ago

Suppose an annuity pays 6% annual interest, compounded semi-annually. You invest in this annuity by contributing $4,500 semiannually for 6 years. What will the annuity be worth after 6 years?

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Charlie S.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

20 hours ago

Manny has an investment account which compounds interest continuously at a rate of 3.1%. He puts $7500 into the account initially. After 2 years, how much money does he have in the account?

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Jashae H.

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How many murders per 100,000 residents can be expected in a state with 1.2 thousand automatic weapons?

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Jashae H.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

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How many murders per 100,000 residents can be expected in a state with 1.2 thousand automatic weapons?

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Shg S.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

1 day, 18 hours ago

Help me plsssss and i have to slove by excel. i have no idea what to do

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Patricia Z.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

1 day, 23 hours ago

You are thinking of combining the first three supplements in the previous table to obtain a 10-day supply that gives you the maximum possible amount of creatine, but no more than 1,000 milligrams of alpha lipoic acid and 225 grams of carbohydrates. How many servings of each supplement should you combine to meet your specifications, and how much creatine will you get?

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Patricia Z.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

1 day, 23 hours ago

You are thinking of combining the first three supplements in the previous table to obtain a 10-day supply that gives you the maximum possible amount of creatine, but no more than 1,000 milligrams of alpha lipoic acid and 225 grams of carbohydrates. How many servings of each supplement should you combine to meet your specifications, and how much creatine will you get?

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Kimpower E.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

2 days, 1 hour ago

1.Determine 2.Find from first principles Laplace Transform of

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Ann W.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

2 days, 2 hours ago

Suppose there are four points {(8, 1),(4, 1),(0, 1),(?2, ?1)} in the (x, y)-space, where x is the input variable and y is the label variable. We will attempt to linearly separate these four points. (a) Suppose the initialization parameters are ?1 = 1 and ?0 = ?1. Write out the equation of the initial linear separator in terms of x. (b) Identify the misclassified point(s) in the set of four points using this initial linear separator. (c) We will perform one step of the perceptron algorithm. Choose one of these misclassified points, and write out the new set of parameters after one step of gradient descent in terms of the step function ?. (d) In this simple example, we can immediately choose the appropriate learning rate ? such that the perceptron algorithm correctly classifies all the points in one step. Write down such an ?.

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Ralpvane

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suppose that

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Estela M.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

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In a lottery, 4 distinct numbers are chosen prom 1 to 49. Players pay $10 to guess 4 numbers and win $30 for each number that matches the winning set. Let X be the net moneygained by playing the lottery. Determine the probability distribution for X. 7 decimal places .

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Estela M.

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In a lottery, 4 distinct numbers are chosen prom 1 to 49. Players pay $10 to guess 4 numbers and win $30 for each number that matches the winning set. Let X be the net moneygained by playing the lottery. Determine the probobility clistributienpor X. 7 decimal places .

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Estela M.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

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In a lottery, 4 distinct numbers are chosen from 1 to 49. Players pay $10 to guess 4 numbers and win $30 for each number that matches the winning set. Let X be the net money gained by playing the lottery.

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Crislyn A.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

4 days, 23 hours ago

Determine the average sale of chocolate bars at a mini mart where the sold bars are 4 pcs. at PHP 25.50 each ,6 pcs.at PHP 26.25 each ,5 pcs.at PHP 29.00 each ,and 7 pcs. for PHP 32.50 each.

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Oikantik B.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

5 days, 16 hours ago

To compute the construction cost per square foot of a building

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Oikantik B.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

5 days, 16 hours ago

Actual Sales=75000 and Break even sales =25000 .Then Margin of safety will be ?

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Xiluvelo A.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

1 week, 2 days ago

A 20-lb force is applied to the control rod AB as shown. Knowing that the length of the rod is 9 in. and that ? = 25 degrees, determine the moment of the force about Point B by resolving the force into horizontal and vertical components.

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Meshach J.

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There is something that is the same for all possible answers in Q4. The fact there is one particular answer despite this similarity is related to problems that occur in other areas of mathematics. One particular example is to do with the area of a rectangle. This involves calculus. Research and Briefly discuss how Q4 relates to this ‘area of a rectangle’ question

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Munther M.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

1 week, 4 days ago

Horseback riding is a very expensive hobby or sport. There is a need for a horseback riding simulator to train prospective riders sans the expensive horse. This device should provide similar motions to the occupant as she would feel in the saddle under various gaits such as a walk, canter, or gallop. A more advanced version might contain jumping motions as well. User safety is most important.

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Viviana S.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

6 months, 1 week ago

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Ciny A.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

7 months ago

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Hussen K.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

8 months, 1 week ago

Describe the regions defined by the inequalities x^2+y^2>7

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William G.

Finite Mathematics and Calculus with Applications

10 months, 2 weeks ago

Which ratio has the same unit as 15:9 ?

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