Answer:
I'm guessing you mean 75 calories in 2 ounces.

In that case... you would do

75 / 2 = 37.5

37.5 x 8 = 300 calories in 8 ounces of yogurt

Hope I helped!

In that case... you would do

75 / 2 = 37.5

37.5 x 8 = 300 calories in 8 ounces of yogurt

Hope I helped!

It rained 0.6 inches on Monday on Tuesday it rained 0.2 inches less than Monday how much did it rain on Tuesday?

WHAT IS THE VALUE OF ANGLE N?

Tomas learned that the product of the polynomials (a + b)(a2 – ab + b2) was a special pattern that would result in a sum of cubes, a3 + b3. His teacher put four products on the board and asked the class to identify which product would result in a sum of cubes if a = 2x and b = 1.Which product should Tomas choose? A) (2x + 1)(2x2 + 2x – 1) B) (2x + 1)(4x3 + 2x – 1) C) (2x + 1)(4x2 – 2x + 1) D) (2x + 1)(2x2 – 2x + 1)

A rancher needs to enclose two adjacent rectangular corrals, one for cattle and one for sheep. If the river forms one side of the corrals and 390 yd of fencing is available, find the largest total area that can be enclosed.

A clothing store offers a free T-shirt when a customer spends $75 or more. Lyndon has already spent $36.95. Which statement best represents all of the amounts he can spend to get a free T-shirt?

WHAT IS THE VALUE OF ANGLE N?

Tomas learned that the product of the polynomials (a + b)(a2 – ab + b2) was a special pattern that would result in a sum of cubes, a3 + b3. His teacher put four products on the board and asked the class to identify which product would result in a sum of cubes if a = 2x and b = 1.Which product should Tomas choose? A) (2x + 1)(2x2 + 2x – 1) B) (2x + 1)(4x3 + 2x – 1) C) (2x + 1)(4x2 – 2x + 1) D) (2x + 1)(2x2 – 2x + 1)

A rancher needs to enclose two adjacent rectangular corrals, one for cattle and one for sheep. If the river forms one side of the corrals and 390 yd of fencing is available, find the largest total area that can be enclosed.

A clothing store offers a free T-shirt when a customer spends $75 or more. Lyndon has already spent $36.95. Which statement best represents all of the amounts he can spend to get a free T-shirt?

1 quart = 4 cups

6 quarts = 24 cups

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6 quarts = 24 cups

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1 Quart = 4 Cups

So, 6 Quarts = 24 Cups

So, 6 Quarts = 24 Cups

The probability that Emma has heart disease and the test predicts heart disease is:

**48%**

Let A denote the event that Emma has a heart disease.

and B denote the event that the test predicts accurate.

Hence, A∩B denote the event that Emma has heart disease and the test predicts heart disease.

From the given equation we have:

P(A)=0.6

and P(B)=80%=0.8

As we know that event A and event B are independent.

Hence, we have:

P(A∩B)=P(A)×P(B)

⇒ P(A∩B)=0.6×0.8

⇒ P(A∩B)=0.48=48%

** Hence, the probability is:**

** 48%**

0.6 x 0.8 = 12/25 The probability that Emma has heart disease and the test predicts it is 48%

**Answer:**

Answer:

Option B is correct.

Miguel should study for the Science quiz as he will do worse in that quiz by guessing.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Miguel has to take two quizzes

1) 4 true or false questions on History with a 0.5 chance of acing the quiz

Expected number of correct questions = np

n = number of questions

p = probability of acing the test

Expected number of correct questions = 4 × 0.5 = 2

2) 3 multiple choice questions on Science with a 0.2 chance of acing the quiz.

Expected number of correct questions = 0.2 × 3 = 0.6

It is evident that guessing would yield a worse result in the Science quiz with less than 1 question expected to be correct than history, where he is still expected to get 2 questions correctly by guessing.

Answer:

He is correct

Step-by-step explanation:

extra-large popcorn that costs $5. If Ms. Cassidy has $395 to spend on tickets,

will she have any leftover money to buy the extra-large popcorn? Explain why or

why not on the lines below.

**Answer:** 64 tickets with $5 left for the extra-large popcorn.

**Explanation:**

To solve this, we can **divide **$395 by 6. If the **remainder **is greater than or equal to 5, she can afford the popcorn. If not, she won't be able to. See attached for the** long division**. This shows she can buy 65 tickets with $5 left for the popcorn.

**Answer:**

To determine whether Ms. Cassidy will have any leftover money to buy the extra-large popcorn, we need to calculate the total cost of the movie tickets and compare it to the amount of money she has.

Let's assume Ms. Cassidy buys 'x' tickets. Each ticket costs $6, so the total cost of the tickets can be calculated as 6x.

Given that Ms. Cassidy has $395 to spend on tickets, we can set up an equation:

6x = 395

Now let's solve for 'x':

x = 395 / 6 ≈ 65.83

Since we cannot have a fraction of a ticket, we can round down to the nearest whole number:

x = 65

So Ms. Cassidy can buy a maximum of 65 tickets with $395.

Now, let's calculate the total cost of 65 tickets:

Total cost = 6 * 65 = $390

Since the total cost of the tickets is $390, which is less than the $395 Ms. Cassidy has, she will have some money leftover.

The question states that if she has any extra money left after buying tickets, Ms. Cassidy will buy an extra-large popcorn that costs $5. Since she has $5 left after buying the tickets, she will be able to buy the extra-large popcorn.

Therefore, Ms. Cassidy will have enough money ($5) to buy the extra-large popcorn after purchasing the tickets.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

a) your iterative rule would be: 22,28,34,40....... it is because there are 22 in first row and it is increasing by 6 at each step....

b) Now, a(n) = 100, a=22, d=28-22 = 6

we know, a(n) = a+(n-1)d

100 = 22+(n-1)6

100-22 = 6n-6

78+6 = 6n

n = 84/6

n= 14