algebra 2

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What are the zeros of the function ZWkScRNL6UB90oCB1a0qZy1m2cybPptsAvDVYD1cQA5yli2HYQ7Gge6n8Q2PpBxjcgnNUJWzbvQ1-YLxndC8CnzsG4FUfgLQ1ZW8RODZ-FfvAVgweotcRtP070xN00e1-PDiT8w-DGop-lZhcA?


What are the zeros of the function eIaE51ShS_n7rwaEmH0xk3vwo9p6NFvd9KIcMsF_jO3PwjCTLpq01qBpBHBz4x8QdLPw0WEtXvaEa0WtuSNmCZ4dOpJwocw3qCwlYI9UB3K85r7M53hwaP0tmGUdrYzdqUj1tVbJrfN5Fa24Yg?


What are the zeros of the function sFY_XeWYeLXcRkehrsXnIMWXsMzW3cVU6lQFG3q8UfmXUvtHif0P7_ZfsM3B6-EScJUEkb3lxeuFD0e7EKxAusNNY211h70tdIf4PvLQMAioXL7ErndIzV3vzQEH_MqXPYKTSGMAahbmp51R4A?


What are the solutions of the equation HNQ3M2kp2HuVo6G15_Ve8jfC4kYj3Z7mmGyV4WrhbMY3EoKReLOVq4pEOiGaTG0-pXaEk4jrNtcbqYzEUDDSnzsSiLpx0jzxe4bgyr04qCC-hB9jX2GrGzmqVwG6iGN99et12Iabgoq2yIfiAA?

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What are the solutions of the equation 1Ke2nsbV4mD1TKsU6FrxPAqWG29dPPEc2dJtb6ZU3bR7Whhtw-cJN-jaZYpfaKuI70UWBMRHDm87AxA-O6QTu_hBC64xoLRIQkF8efwN8VeeAD26eWKBwkEdhkNpXSmnFx_JV4YES45wAZVWPA?

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What are the solutions of the equation rvMPIW2cRpuNpEMjnzvHJNKDZZhGPmEzJgJTiZaTF-gusemAPDMUhWh7kq0a1qUUCXIS8pIGBDZfmXLOTxbWNbbFPl7OGFb6ipn0HG7-qmpmvdLCrzhjviRPXQvijLK4hDYr48neZa6qRXqiig?

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Which equation shows Y5K6dfIqwjyw_UnChftu5bSJu_jl0_XbnFQkIThD6dIvXgElaRT0-8ULsDrn1KniAJHaCSnra15Ap02FYYI31qZjVG5X2xeS9oXEUD-2HLQRbL4-u45SuugLIy1dzId_U1eEFZKkUzuFIvu_Xw rewritten by completing the square?


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Individual- objects described by a set of data(ppl,objects, or animals)
variable-any characteristic of an individual. Can take different values for a different individuals
Observational Study- observes individual and measures variables of interest but does not intervene in order to influence the responses(describe some group or situation)
Sample survey- studying some of it’s member, selected not because they are special interest but because they represent the larger group
Population- the entire group
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SKELETAL SYSTEM: is your body’s central framework. It consists of bones and connective tissue, including cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. It’s also called the musculoskeletal system.

MUSCULAR SYSTEM: is an organ system consisting of skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscles. It permits movement of the body, maintains posture and circulates blood throughout the body.

NERVOUS SYSTEM: controls everything you do, including breathing, walking, thinking, and feeling. This system is made up of your brain,

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Quantitative techniques may be defined as those techniques which provide the decision makes a systematic and powerful means of analysis, based on quantitative data,Quantitative techniques may be defined as those techniques which provide the decision makes a systematic and powerful means of analysis, based on quantitative data There are different types of quantitative techniques. We can classify them into three categories. They are: Mathematical Quantitative Techniques Statistical Quantitative Techniques

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REVIEW EXERCISES (page 164) Using Your Knowledge


Exercise 1, p. 164

A. Asset debit

B. Asset credit

C. Liability debit

D. Liability credit

E. Capital debit

F. Capital credit

G. Drawings debit

H. Drawings credit

I. Revenue debit

J. Revenue credit

K. Expense debit

L. Expense credit

1. Purchase a new car on account.

2. Receive payment on account from a customer.

3. Owner withdraws cash for personal use.

4. Owner starts a new business by investing cash.

5. The car is repaired and paid for in

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statistics cheet sheet test 2

  1. The time for a professor to grade an exam is normally distributed with a mean of 12.6 minutes and a standard deviation of 2.5 minutes. What is the probability that a randomly selected exam will require more than 16 minutes to grade?

                          a.0.7734                                                                                    normalcdf(16,1E99,12.6,2.5)


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