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Which statement is true? A sample statistic can never be equal to the population parameter. Point estimates are defined for both samples and populations. To calculate a sample proportion, we need to know the population size. To calculate a point estimate, we need to know the sample size

Answer: Option C is true. To calculate a sample proportion, we need to know the population size. Step-by-step explanation: To calculate a sample proportion, we need to know the population size. – This is the true statement. A sample statistic can never be equal to the population parameter. This is …

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Karla has spent $33 on food . She bought milk , cheese , and meat. The milk cost half as much as the cheese and the meat cost four times as much as the cheese. Which equation would help you find the cost of the cheese? c+.5c+4c=33 , c +2c+4c=33 , c(.5c+4c)=33 , c + 4c/5c=33 Let C equal the amount spent on cheese

Karla has spent $33 on food . She bought milk , cheese , and meat. The milk cost half as much as the cheese and the meat cost four times as much as the cheese. Which equation would help you find the cost of the cheese? c+.5c+4c=33 , c +2c+4c=33 …

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Karla has spent $33 on food . She bought milk , cheese , and meat. The milk cost half as much as the cheese and the meat cost four times as much as the cheese. Which equation would help you find the cost of the cheese? c+.5c+4c=33 , c +2c+4c=33 , c(.5c+4c)=33 , c + 4c/5c=33 Let C equal the amount spent on cheese

Karla has spent $33 on food . She bought milk , cheese , and meat. The milk cost half as much as the cheese and the meat cost four times as much as the cheese. Which equation would help you find the cost of the cheese? c+.5c+4c=33 , c +2c+4c=33 …

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Lincoln best demonstrated the qualities of the Republican Party in that ___________________ . a. he supported Congress’ decision in the Dred Scott Case c. he supported secession by the Southern states b. he believed that blacks and slaves were equal to whites d. he was against the spread of slavery into new states and territories

D. He was against the spread of slaver into new states and territories. This was the whole point of the formation of the Republican party. They took this from the Free Soil party which did not want Slavery in new Western states.  A, B, and C. is completely wrong.

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Why did Thurgood Marshall cite the Fourteenth Amendment to argue that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional? The Fourteenth Amendment guarantees equal protection under the law. The Fourteenth Amendment guarantees every child an education. The Fourteenth Amendment gave African Americans the right to vote. The Fourteenth Amendment formed the basis for Plessy v. Ferguson.

Why did Thurgood Marshall cite the Fourteenth Amendment to argue that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional? The Fourteenth Amendment guarantees equal protection under the law. The Fourteenth Amendment guarantees every child an education. The Fourteenth Amendment gave African Americans the right to vote. The Fourteenth Amendment formed the basis …

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When a bullet is fired from a gun, what is true about the momentum? The gun has more momentum than the bullet, so the momentum is not conserved. The bullet and gun have equal momenta in opposite directions, so the system’s momentum is conserved. The bullet has more momentum than the gun, so the momentum is not conserved. The bullet and the gun have equal momenta in the same direction, so the system’s momentum is conserved.

These are 3 questions and 3 answers. Question 1. Answer: I = 0.01 A Explanation: a) Data: i) Type of circuit: series ii) R₁ = 100 Ω ii) R₂ = 100 Ω iii) V = 2 V iv) I = ? b) Formulas i) Equivalent resistance, R = R₁ + …

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Read the excerpt from President Eisenhower’s State of the Union address on February 2, 1953. A cardinal ideal in this heritage we cherish is the equality of rights of all citizens of every race and color and creed. We know that discrimination against minorities persists despite our allegiance to this ideal. Such discrimination—confined to no one section of the Nation—is but the outward testimony to the persistence of distrust and of fear in the hearts of men. This fact makes all the more vital the fighting of these wrongs by each individual, in every station of life, in his every deed . . . I propose to use whatever authority exists in the office of the President to end segregation in the District of Columbia, including the Federal Government, and any segregation in the Armed Forces. What is the president’s purpose for including these details? to inform his listeners about laws in the District of Columbia to inform his listeners about the work of the US military to persuade his listeners of the importance of equal rights to persuade his listeners to vote for him for president

to persuade his listeners of the importance of equal rights The excerpt begins with the statement about cherishing equal rights of all citizens. It then talks about how discrimination is still occurring. He then pledges to end segregation in all places where he has the power to do so: Washington …

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Greg made pudding every weekend. The more times he made pudding, the more practice he gained. The time he took to make the same amount of pudding every week decreased with practice. The function below shows the number of hours f(x) Greg took to make pudding after he had made it x times: f(x) = 2(0.8)x Which graph best represents the function? graph of function f of x equals 0.8 multiplied by 2 to the power of x graph of function f of x equals 0.8 to the power of x graph of function f of x equals 2 to the power of x function of f of x equal 2 multiplied by 0.8 to the power of x

After Greg makes the pudding 1 time, it takes him  hours to make it. After Greg makes the pudding 2 times, it takes him  hours to make it After Greg makes the pudding 2 times, it takes him  hours to make it so The function is  Answer: f of x …

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Look at the graph of this system of equations: y = – x2 + 1 and y = x2. At which approximate points are the two equations equal? A) (-0.7, 0.5) B) (0.5, 0.7) C) (0.7, 0.5) D) (-0.5, 0.7) Note: There can be more than answer. Help me and I will give you brainliest. Thank you. In this picture, there’s the graph.

Y=-x^2+1 and y=x^2 When the two curves intersect their coordinates will be equal, so we can say y=y whenever a solution exists, so: x^2=-x^2+1  add x^2 to both sides 2x^2=1  divide both sides by 2 x^2=1/2  take the square root of both sides x=±√(1/2), so there are two solutions, we …

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Two groups of students were asked how many hours they spent reading each day. The table below shows the numbers for each group: Group A 1 2 1 1 3 3 2 2 3 Group B 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 2 Based on the table, which of the following is true? The interquartile range for Group A students is 0.5 less than the interquartile range for Group B students. The interquartile range for Group A students is equal to the interquartile range for Group B students. The interquartile range for Group A employees is 0.5 more than to the interquartile range for Group B students. The interquartile range for Group A employees is 1 more than the interquartile range for Group B students.

Solution: Data represented as number of hours spent in studying by Group A Students:  1,2,1,1,3,3,2,2,3 Arranging it in ascending order: 1,1,1 ,2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, As number of terms is odd, The median will be middle value of observation.Which is 2. The Data arranged in ascending order are …

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Eric states that the slopes of perpendicular lines are opposite reciprocals (i.e. that the slope of one is equal to the negative of the reciprocal of the other), and Aviva states that the product of the slopes of perpendicular lines is −1. Who is correct? Why? Explain your reasoning with an example. If one of the lines is vertical and the other one is horizontal, how would your answer change?

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 03:50 AM Eric’s statement is correct that the slopes of the perpendicular lines are opposites reciprocal with each other compared to Aviva’s. Aviva’s statement is correct but is not usually the case. An example is that when you are given these functions such as …

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Read the following excerpt taken from the US Supreme Court case Plessy v. Ferguson (1896). The case coming on for a hearing before the Supreme Court, that court was of opinion that the law under which the prosecution had was constitutional, and denied the relief prayed for by the petitioner. Ex parte Plessy, 45 La.Ann. 80. Whereupon petitioner prayed for a writ of error from this court, which was allowed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Louisiana. MR. JUSTICE BROWN, after stating the case, delivered the opinion of the court. This case turns upon the constitutionality of an act of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, passed in 1890, providing for separate railway carriages for the white and colored races. Acts 1890, No. 111, p. 152. The first section of the statute enacts “that all railway companies carrying passengers in their coaches in this State shall provide equal but separate accommodations for the white and colored races by providing two or more passenger coaches for each passenger train, or by dividing the passenger coaches by a partition so as to secure separate accommodations: Provided, That this section shall not be construed to apply to street railroads. No person or persons, shall be admitted to occupy seats in coaches other than the ones assigned to them on account of the race they belong to.” The Supreme Court’s ruling in Plessy v. Ferguson was problematic because

In the Plessy v. Ferguson case, the Supreme Court’s ruling of the “separate but equal” law being constitutional was problematic because the “separate but equal” law accepted segregation and the discrimination that were against blacks. Hope this helps!

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