• How can rational equations help us outside of the classroom?

    Asking for a math project. Needing different takes on how people feel math helps us in the real world, specifically rational equations. -Thanks in advance for any helpful answers!
    Asking for a math project. Needing different takes on how people feel math helps us in the real world, specifically rational equations. -Thanks in advance for any helpful answers!
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 month ago
  • Question about Kennesaw State University..?

    Hello I know this may seem dumb but I'm trying to figure out how many science and math classes I need in hs to get into Kennesaw State Uni. I've went and searched it up so many times but I can never find how many times I have to take math and science in hs, I even went to the schools website I'm not sure if it's because I'm doing... show more
    Hello I know this may seem dumb but I'm trying to figure out how many science and math classes I need in hs to get into Kennesaw State Uni. I've went and searched it up so many times but I can never find how many times I have to take math and science in hs, I even went to the schools website I'm not sure if it's because I'm doing it by phone or not but it hadnt told me anything about the classes needed in High school. If anyone knows please help, would be greatly appreciated.
    1 answer · Higher Education (University +) · 4 months ago
  • Is Pre-calculus honors or pre-calculus in general hard?

    Trying to decide for my last year whether I would like to do it or not.
    Trying to decide for my last year whether I would like to do it or not.
    2 answers · Mathematics · 5 months ago
  • Hello, needing help answering this question. Which of the following is false?

    - the mean of a binomial random variable is np. - in a binomial experiment, the n trials are independent. - the standard deviation of a binomial random variable is np(1-p). - in a binomial experiment there are only two outcomes. -none *I looked in my notes and even looked at a test I took a while ago but both seemed to have all four and when I put... show more
    - the mean of a binomial random variable is np. - in a binomial experiment, the n trials are independent. - the standard deviation of a binomial random variable is np(1-p). - in a binomial experiment there are only two outcomes. -none *I looked in my notes and even looked at a test I took a while ago but both seemed to have all four and when I put none I got the answer wrong so I'm not exactly sure if any of them are wrong. Thank you in advance for the help!*
    2 answers · Mathematics · 5 months ago
  • Suppose you have a mean standardized score of 1500 points with a standard deviation of 150 points. This data is normally distributed...?

    What is the z-score of 1225 points? (A) -1.83 (B) -1.50 (C) -1.32 (D) -2.34 * would be helpful of any work shown so I understand how to get the answer, but if not, thanks in advance for the help!
    What is the z-score of 1225 points? (A) -1.83 (B) -1.50 (C) -1.32 (D) -2.34 * would be helpful of any work shown so I understand how to get the answer, but if not, thanks in advance for the help!
    2 answers · Mathematics · 5 months ago
  • Alex is a weightlifter who successfully lifts 350 kilograms 7 out of 10 times. Which expression represents this distribution?

    (A) N(10, 0.7) (B) B(350,7) (C) B(10, 0.7) (D) N(350, 7) *could really use help on this question. Thank you in advance!
    (A) N(10, 0.7) (B) B(350,7) (C) B(10, 0.7) (D) N(350, 7) *could really use help on this question. Thank you in advance!
    1 answer · Homework Help · 5 months ago
  • Please help, I'm not understanding how to really do the algebra question.?

    State the number of possible triangles that can be formed using the given measurements. In ΔXYZ, m∠Z = 140.3°, z = 32, y = 11
    State the number of possible triangles that can be formed using the given measurements. In ΔXYZ, m∠Z = 140.3°, z = 32, y = 11
    2 answers · Mathematics · 5 months ago
  • What are the three factors that affect deviance?

    (a.) crime, gender, location (b.) location, time, age (c.) time, location, public consensus
    (a.) crime, gender, location (b.) location, time, age (c.) time, location, public consensus
    1 answer · Law & Ethics · 1 year ago
  • What is societal perspective?

    (a.) lifelong process in which people participate in society (b.) how people see their own and others roles in order to interact in society (c.) how other cultures appear in one's own society
    (a.) lifelong process in which people participate in society (b.) how people see their own and others roles in order to interact in society (c.) how other cultures appear in one's own society
    1 answer · Sociology · 1 year ago