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The modulus of a complex number 2016-07-29
Cheyenne pose la question :
There's a question on my Summer Assignment I cant figure out. Here it is:

Find the absolute Value of the complex number. -5i

Please help?

Penny Nom lui répond.
How many students have neither brown hair or hazel eyes? 2013-01-20
Julie pose la question :
There are 28 students in a class. 15 have brown hair, 17 have hazel eyes, and 10 have both. How many students have neither brown hair or hazel eyes?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Probability 2012-08-23
Christine pose la question :
In a study of alcoholics, it was found out that 40% had alcoholic fathers and 6% had alcoholic mother. Fourty-two percent had at least one alcoholic parent. What is the probability that a randomly selected alcoholic will ...
Penny Nom lui répond.
An equilateral triangle and some circles 2012-01-10
tushar pose la question :
draw an equilateral triangle with side 6cm.draw 3circles with radii 3cm on each angular point of triangle.draw common tangent on each of two circles
Penny Nom lui répond.
A coin toss game 2011-08-29
Aniish pose la question :
A and B alternately toss a coin.The first one to turn up a head wins.If no more than 5 tosses each are allowed for a single game,find the probability that the person who tosses first will win the game?What are the odd's against A losing if she goes first?
Penny Nom lui répond.
A probability tree 2010-05-20
Sandy pose la question :
Children’s meals are being prepared for a large gathering. There is an equal number of chicken, hamburger, and fish meals. Each meal comes with a toy: a ball, a parachute toy, or a Frisbee. There are twice as many balls as Frisbees and an equal number of parachutes and Frisbees.

Use a probability tree to show the sample space and determine the probability that a meal consists of chicken or fish and comes with a ball as a toy.

Penny Nom lui répond.
Conditional probability 2010-03-26
Sandy pose la question :
In a certain school, it is known that 80% of the students use the internet for school projects, 60% use e-mail on a regular basis, and 90% use the internet for school projects or for e-mail on a regular basis. A student from this school is selected at random

Determine the probability that the student used e-mail, given that the student used the internet for school projects.

Sandy

Penny Nom lui répond.
How many people in total came to the museum that day? 2010-03-05
simon pose la question :
1354 people attended exhibition A and 1427 people attended exhibition B. 79% of people attended both exhibitions. How many people in total came to the museum that day
Penny Nom lui répond.
Rolling a six on the sixth roll 2009-05-04
Scott pose la question :
What are the odds of rolling a die 6 times in a row and rolling a 6 only on the 6th try, but not any other time? And how is this calculated?
Harley Weston lui répond.
Ranking 6 players from 49 2009-03-24
liz pose la question :
My daughter is having problems with this question,
if you had to match 6 players in the correct order for most popular outfielder from a pool of professional players numbered 1 through 49 , how many possibilities are there?

Penny Nom lui répond.
Will Juanita be late for class? 2009-01-28
safdar pose la question :
juanita bumps into tory in the hallway between period 1 and 2,there is a 45% chance that she will be late for class.if she does not bump into tory, she will make it to class on time. there is a 25% chance that juanita will bump into tory. what is the probability that she will be late on any given day. be sure to introduce your events for this question and show the appropriate formula given the events.
Penny Nom lui répond.
Choosing light bulbs from a box 2008-11-14
Annie pose la question :
A box of light bulbs contains 3 bulbs, two bulbs are defective.

What is the probability of choosing a non-defective bulb and a defective bulb in 2 draws?
What is the probability of choosing 3 defective bulbs followed by a non defective bulb?
What is the probability of choosing first 2 non defective bulbs followed by a defective bulb?

Penny Nom lui répond.
An Euler diagram and a logic argument 2008-09-18
Regina pose la question :
Use a Euler diagram to determine whether the following argument is valid or invalid.

No wizard can yodel
All lizards can yodel

No wizard is a lizard

Penny Nom lui répond.
Microwave ovens and probability 2008-09-04
Vi pose la question :
A microwave oven manufacturer claims that only 10% of the ovens it makes will need repair in the first year. Suppose three recent customers are independently chosen.
a. If the manufacturer is correct, what is the probability that at least two of the three ovens will need repair in the first year?
b. If at least two of the three customers' ovens need repair in the first year, what inference may be made about the manufacturer's claim?

Harley Weston lui répond.
Two forces acting on a body 2008-06-21
Rita pose la question :
Before answering the question below, what exactly is, in basic words, resultant force? QUESTION: Two forces of 50 and 68 pounds act on a body to produce a resultant force of 70 pounds. Find, to the nearest 10 minutes or nearest tenth of a degree, the angle formed between the resultant force and the smaller force.
Harley Weston lui répond.
All wiffs are miffs and all miffs are kiffs. 2008-06-08
Allison pose la question :
All wiffs are miffs. all miffs are kiffs. There are 25 wiffs. There are 76 kiffs. 33 kiffs are not miffs. How many miffs are not wiffs?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Drawing blocks from a box 2008-02-11
Inez pose la question :
A box contains 3 red blocks and 1 green block. A block is chosen without looking and not put back. Then another block is chosen. What are the possible outcomes?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Conditional probability 2008-01-14
Sara pose la question :
Hello! Ian has a photocopier in his office. If the photocopier is working on a certain day then the probability that it will be working the next day is 0.9. If the photocopier is not working on a certain day then the probability that it will not be working the next day is 0.3.
The photocopier is not working on Monday.
(a) Calculate the probability that it will be working on Tuesday and Wednesday.
(b) Calculate the probability that it will not be working on Wednesday.
Could you please draw a tree diagram for this problem.

Penny Nom lui répond.
Forces on an inclined plane 2008-01-10
Ron pose la question :
A body that weighs 540lbs is caused to slide up an inclined plane with a uniform velocity by a force that acts parallel to the plane. For each foot of horizontal distance, there is a vertical rise of 2in. If the coefficient of sliding friction is 0.16, what force is required to move the body?
Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
A thanksgiving day problem 2007-11-17
svetik pose la question :
On Thanksgiving Day, a group of nutty professors dressed up as "turkeys" and participated in a local fundraising event. The event consisted of three types of races: the sprint, the relay, and the hurdles. One more “turkey” takes part in the hurdles only than the sprint only. The same number take part in the sprint and the hurdles as take part in the relay and the hurdles. Eleven of the “turkeys” taking some part in these three races do not do the relay. Five “turkeys” take part in the sprint and the relay and three enter all three races. There are four teams of four “turkeys” in the relay. And, one more “turkey” is running in both the relay and the sprint than in the hurdles only.

“Turkey” Coe turned and said to “Turkey” Kim, “How many ‘turkeys’ were taking some part in any of the three races?” The nuttiest math professor, “Turkey” Young, said “There were ________ ‘turkeys’ taking part in any of the three races.” Fill in the blank!!!

Penny Nom lui répond.
Probability that a restaurant will succeed 2007-05-23
Cookie pose la question :
You wish to open a new restaurant and are considering locations in Toronto and Hamilton, but only one location will actually become available. If it is built in Toronto, the restaurant stands an 80% chance of successfully surviving its first year. However, if it is built in Hamilton, its chance of survival falls to 65%. It is estimated that the chance of Hamilton being available is 60% and Toronto being available is 40%. Find the probability that the restaurant will :
a) survive its first year
b) be built in Toronto and survive its first year
c) be built in Hamilton, given that it survived its first year
d) not survive its first year, given that it is built in Toronto Thanks

Penny Nom lui répond.
Choosing a bicycle 2007-03-28
Jackie pose la question :
A specific brand of bike comes in two frames, for males or females. Each frame comes in a choice of two colors, red and blue, and with a choice of three seats, soft, medium, and hard.
a) Use the counting principle to determine the number of different arrangements of bicycles that are possible.
b) Construct a tree diagram illustrating all the different arrangements of bicycles that are possible.
c) List the sample space.

Penny Nom lui répond.
A person is given 3 true or false questions 2006-05-11
Larry pose la question :
A person is given 3 true or false questions. They have no idea of the answers. What is the probability of the person getting them all correct? Could you show me a tree for this.
Penny Nom lui répond.
Brown hair and hazel eyes 2005-09-18
Julee pose la question :
There are 28 students in a class. 15 have brown hair, 17 have hazel eyes, and 10 have both. How many students have neither brown hair or hazel eyes?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Tennis balls and probability 2004-11-01
Jeremy pose la question :
I have a hopper of tennis balls that contains 25 new tennis balls and 10 old tennis balls. In the hopper the tennis balls are mixed up randomly. If i take one ball out of the hopper and hit it and then put it back and then take another ball out of the hopper and hit it and put it back, what is the probability that i hit two new tennis balls? Also a tennis ball becomes old after being hit just once.
Penny Nom lui répond.
Selecting balls from a golf bag 2004-02-21
A student pose la question :
There are 5 white and 5 yellow balls in a golf bag. Two are selected randomly, and simultaneously. What is the probability that the first one or the second one will be white?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Probabilities and olivies 2004-02-14
Annetta pose la question :
A bowl contains five green olives and eight black ones. Wilma sticks a fork into a bowl and brings out two olives. What is the probability that she gets one green and one black olive?
Harley Weston lui répond.
A problem with sets 2004-01-20
Jason pose la question :

Given that the universal set S is the set of all sports fans, and

F={x|x is a football fan}
B={x|x is a basketball fan}
H={x|x is a hockey fan}
a)Describe (F^B)' (f intersect b)' in words
b)Draw a Venn Diagram and shade the region that represents the set of football fans or both basketball and hockey fans.


Penny Nom lui répond.
I have three circles... 2003-01-30
Tony pose la question :
I HAVE THREE CIRCLE THAT IS CIRCLE TOGETHER: IN CIRCLE A, THE NUMBERS ARE: 11 I KNOW IS IN CIRCLE A, BUT I HAVE THE: 5 THAT IN A AND C, I HAVE THE 2 IN THE CIRCLE C AND B AND AND A, THE CIRCLE C I KNOW THAT 10 IS IN THE CIRCLE THE 4 IN CIRCLE A: AND B: IN CIRCLE B, I KNOW NUMBER 13 IS IN CIRCLE B; BUT I HAVE THE 3 IN CIRCLE B AND C AND I HAVE THE 2 IN CIRCLE B AND C AND A ,THE 4 IN CIRCLE B AND A.
HOW DO I FIND THE SUM IN CIRCLE C AND IN B IN BOTH CIRCLE A AND B AND B AND C NOT IN CIRCLE B, AND NOT CIRCLE C.

Penny Nom lui répond.
Tree diagrams 2002-10-12
Denean pose la question :
  1. For lunch, students can choose juice or milk; hamburger or pizza; and a banana or apple. How many lunch combinations can the students make?

  2. In an experiment, Monty can use paper towels or cloth. He can choose red, green, or yellow food coloring. How many combinations are there?

Penny Nom lui répond.
Baseball, basketball and football 2002-10-08
Debbie pose la question :
The school newspaper is interviewing 6th grade students to see what sports they follow regularly on TV. Of the 70 students interviewed; 40 enjoyed basketball; 40 enjoyed baseball; 40 enjoyed football; 20 enjoyed basketball and football; 22 enjoyed baseball and basketball; 27 enjoyed football and baseball; and 12 enjoyed all three sports. How many students out of the 70 interviewed didn't follow any one of the three sports?
Leeanne Boehm, Penny Nom and Walter Whiteley lui répond.
Conditional probability 2002-05-19
Manny pose la question :
In a certain school, it is known that 80% of the students use the internet for school projects, 60% use e-mail on a regular basis, and 90% use the internet for school projects or for e-mail on a regular basis. a student from this school is selected at random

Determine thge probability that the student used e-mail, given that the student used the internet for school projects.
ANS: how can i solve this question by useing the vin diaagram


Andrei Volodin lui répond.
A health club 2001-11-25
Maria pose la question :
A health club with a membership of 650 people operates a running track and an indoor swimming pool. A survey of the membership indicates that 68% use the running track, 44% use the swimming pool, and 8% use neither. If a member is chosen at random, what is the prbability that the member uses:

a) Both the track and the pool?

b) Only the track?


Penny Nom lui répond.
Applied geometry 2001-11-02
Jenny pose la question :
Where can I find some hands-on activities for my Applied Geometry classes? I want to do more activities with them that allow us to get out of the classroom. However, I want to use activities that use only inexpensive equipment because I usually buy the equipment myself.
Walter Whiteley lui répond.
Genealogy 2001-03-22
Brian pose la question :
In considering tracing genealogy the problem of a large and growing number of direct (grandparent) ancestors arose. Since the number of grandparents in any given generation doubles, for a person born in 2000 and assuming 25 year generations, in the year 1000 that person would have over one trillion direct ancestors in that year alone. Since estimates I have read place the total world population in 1000 at 250-300 million, the one trillion figure cannot be correct. I must be missing something in my calculations. Can you help provide the answer? While I am unlikely to be able to trace back to 1000, there is reason to believe 1250 is possible. Even in that year there would exist over one billion direct ancestors. That is certainly rather daunting and unlikely to be achieved if correct.
Penny Nom lui répond.
Derfs, Enajs and Sivads 2001-01-07
John and Norman pose la question :
All Derfs are Enajs. One-third of all Enajs are Derfs. Half of all Sivads are Enajs. One Sivad is a Derf. Eight Sivads are Enajs. The number of Enajs is 90. How many Enajs are neither Derf nor Sivad?
Penny Nom lui répond.
False Positives 2000-10-29
James pose la question :
A rare disease infected 1 in 1000 people in the population. A test for the disease is accurate 99% of the time when given to an infected person and also when given to a heathy person.
  1. Fill out a two-tier tree diagram and find the probability of the false positive(i.e the conditional probabily of being healty even when tested postive by the test) Comment on the result?

  2. ...

Penny Nom lui répond.
100% on two tests 2000-02-01
Craig and Chelsea Bruzzone pose la question :
A class of 35 students took a math test and a science test. 12 students got 100% on the math test. 9 students got 100% on the science test. There were 19 students who made less than 100% on both tests. How many students made 100% on both tests?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Diagramming Powers 1997-10-15
David Fill pose la question :
I am a teacher in Massachusettes. We have been diagramming numbers such as two to the third (a 3-D cube). One of my students asked me how you would diagram two to the fourth. I have searched through all of my teachers books and cannot seem to find the answer to this question. Is there a way to diagram this? If there is, how would you do this?

Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Penny Nom lui répond.

Diagonals in a polygon 1996-06-18
Steven pose la question :
How many diagonals are there in a polygon?
Denis Hanson lui répond.
 
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