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Upper level algebra

### Find the x-and y-intercepts of this equation. $$\displaystyle{f{{\left({x}\right)}}}=-{x}+{2}$$

Upper level algebra

### To calculate: The probability that the selected student was in the 37-46 are group or received a "B" in the course. Given Information: A table depicting the grade distribution for a college algebra class based on age and grade.

Upper level algebra

### A multiple regression equation to predict a student's score in College Algebra $$(\hat{y})$$ based on their high school GPA (x1x1), their high school Algebra II grade (x2x2), and their placement test score (x3x3) is given by the equation below. $$\hat{y}=-9+5x1x1+6x2x2+0.3x3x3$$ a) According to this equation, what is the predicted value of the student's College Algebra score if their high school GPA was a 3.9, their high school Algebra II grade was a 2 and their placement test score was a 40? Round to 1 decimal place. b) According to this equation, what does the student's placement test score need to be if their high school GPA was a 3.9, their high school Algebra II grade was a 2, and their predicted College Algebra score was a 67? Round to 1 decimal place.

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### Find the x-and y-intercepts of the graph of the equation algebraically. $$\displaystyle{\frac{{{8}{x}}}{{{3}}}}+{50}-{2}{y}={0}$$

Upper level algebra

### To find the lowest original score that will result in an A if the professor uses $$(i)(f*g)(x)\ and\ (ii)(g*f)(x)$$. Professor Harsh gave a test to his college algebra class and nobody got more than 80 points (out of 100) on the test. One problem worth 8 points had insufficient data, so nobody could solve that problem. The professor adjusted the grades for the class by a. Increasing everyone's score by 10% and b. Giving everyone 8 bonus points c. x represents the original score of a student

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### To calculate: To write the given statements (a) and (b) as functions f(x) and g(x)respectively. Professor Harsh gave a test to his college algebra class and nobody got more than 80 points (out of 100) on the test. One problem worth 8 points had insufficient data, so nobody could solve that problem. The professor adjusted the grades for the class by a. Increasing everyone's score by 10% and b. Giving everyone 8 bonus points c. x represents the original score of a student

Upper level algebra

### Eastside Golden Eagles scored 60 points on a combi: nation of tWo-polnt shots and three-point shots. If they made a total of 27 shots. how many of each kind of shot was made”?

Upper level algebra

### The winner of a 250 mile race drove his car to victory at a rate of 137.1656 mph. What was his time (to the nearest thousandth of an hour)?

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### To calculate: The probability that the selected student of 37-46 age group has received an "A" in the course. Given Information: A table depicting the grade distribution for a college algebra class based on age and grade.

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### To find the average cost of a sealable book if 10,000 books are produced.

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### Number of Students: In a certain school 80% of the students in first-year chemistry have had algebra. If there are 280 students in first-year chemistry, how many of them have had algebra?

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### To find the number of books that must be produced to bring the average cost of a sealable book under $$\20$$.

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### To write a function f describing the average cost of sealable books. Given information: The printing and binding cost for a college algebra book is $10. The editorial cost is$200,000. The first 2500 books are free.

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### To calculate:The score Grant must earn on his fifth test to have an average of 90 if on Grant's four College Algebra tests his scores were 76, 91,97 and 87.

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### The type of distribution to use for the test statistics and state the level of significance.

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### Self-Check A student scores 82,96,91, and 92 on four college algebra exams.What score is needed on a fifth exam for the student to earn an average grade of 90?

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### To write a function f describing cost of sealable books. The printing and binding cost for a college algebra book is $$\10$$.The editorial cost is $$\200,000$$. The first 2500 books are free.

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### Conditional probability if $$\displaystyle{40}\%$$ of the population have completed college, and $$\displaystyle{85}\%$$ of college graduates are registered to vote, what percent of the population areboth college graduates andregistered voters? To find: The percent of people who is both college graduates and registered voters.

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