Answer:
A triangle is 180 if two angles equal to eachother and the other angle is these two combines the angels will be 45 45 90

45+45=90

45+45=90

F(2)=3x^2-6x+2I need help!!!

Limit of x^2-81/x+9As x goes toward -9

5/3 x − 10 = 1/3 xWhat is the value of x?

Delete my son's account and stop billing me

(c) Simplify fullyexexexf————exex fxf

Limit of x^2-81/x+9As x goes toward -9

5/3 x − 10 = 1/3 xWhat is the value of x?

Delete my son's account and stop billing me

(c) Simplify fullyexexexf————exex fxf

**Answer:**

The answer is ""

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**If the function is:**

**points are:**

**use the mean value theorem:**

The Mean Value Theorem states that for a continuous and differentiable function on a closed interval, there exists at least one 'c' within that interval where the average change rate equals the instantaneous rate at 'c'. In the given case of interval [-2,2], to find 'c', first calculate the average slope between the points** (f(2)-f(-2))/4. **Then equate this average slope to the derivative 'f'(c). The solution(s) to this equation are the c values for this problem.

The subject of this question pertains to **the Mean Value Theorem** in Calculus. According to this theorem, if a function f is continuous on a closed interval [a, b] and differentiable on the open interval (a, b), then there exists at least one number c in the open interval (a, b) such that the average rate of change over the interval equals the instantaneous rate of change at c.

In the given case, we're trying to find the 'c' value for the interval [-2,2]. First, we need to find the average slope between the two points. Assuming f is your function, that would be** (f(2)-f(-2))/ (2 - -2)**. Subtract the function values of the two points and divide by the total interval length. Next, we need to see where this average slope equals the instantaneous slope 'f'(c), this entails solving the equation **'f'(c) = (f(2)-f(-2))/4. **The solution to this equation will be the c values that satisfy the Mean value theorem within the provided interval.

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a. What is the probabilty that a random sample of n = 40 oil changes results in a sample mean time less than 15 minutes?

b. Suppose the manager agrees to pay each employee a $50 bonus if they meet a certain goal. On a typical Saturday, the oil-change facility will perform 40 oil changes between 10 A.M. and 12 P.M. Treating this as a random sample, there

would be a 10% chance of the mean oil-change time being at or below what value? This will be the goal established by the manager.

Answer:

(a) Probability that a random sample of n = 45 oil changes results in a sample mean time < 10 minutes i=0.0001.

(b) The mean oil-change time is 15.55 minutes.

Step-by-step explanation:

Let us denote the sample mean time as x

From the Then x = mean time = 16.2 minutes

The given standard deviation = 3.4 minutes

The value of n sample size = 45

CHECK THE ATTACHMENT FOR DETAILED EXPLANATION

h(35) =

Answer:h(35)=50-35/h

Step-by-step explanation:

h(35)=50-35/h

correlation and causality

loaded questions

nonresponse

self interest

**Answer:**

b

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

The height of cone is increasing at a rate 0.102 feet per second.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We are** given the following** in the question:

Instant height = 5 feet

The height of the cone is always equal to the diameter.

**Volume of cone = **

**Rate of change of volume = **

Putting all the values, we get,

**Thus, the height of cone is increasing at a rate 0.102 feet per second.**