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Asked by Scarlett · 5 months ago

What is the range of 3 7 2 4 7 5 7 1 8 8?

The range is the largest value minus the smallest value. In this case: 8 - 1 = 7, so the range is 7. Sometimes, it can be helpful to list the numbers from smallest to largest so that you can make sure you haven’t missed the values that you need by accident :)

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Asked by Kiki’s · 5 months ago

5/9 divide by 5?

(5/9) divide by 5 is same as, (5/9)*(1/5) = 1/9

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Asked by Raisa · 5 months ago

F £2000 is placed into a bank account that pays 3% compound per year, how much will be in the account after 2 years?

Amount after n years = P{(1+i/100)^n} Where P is the principle amount i is the annual interest rate n is the number of compounding periods in years Thus, Amount after 2 years = 2000{(1+3/100)^2}= £2121.8

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Asked by Zureen · 4 months ago

Ahmad earned scores of 97, 73 and 88 respectively in her first three examinations. If she scored 80 in the fourth examination, then her average score will be *?

Average for the exams scores 97, 73, 88 and 80 can be calculated as, Average after 4th exam = (97+73+88+80)/4 = 84.5

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Asked by junior · 5 months ago

What is 5h:33min to fraction?

Hi there! - 5 hours is a whole number. It's also equivalent to 5x60= 300 minutes - There are 60 minutes in 1 hour, so you can represent the 33 minutes as a fraction: 33/60 - This cancels down to 11/20 (by dividing both the numerator and denominator by 3) So you can represent 5h:33min as follows: - A mixed number: 5 and 11/20 - Improper fraction (top-heavy): 300 + 33 = 333 minutes in total. 33... more

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Asked by Isabella · 5 months ago

5n-2 find the 3rd term?

the third term is when n=3 substitute 3 in the place of n ( 5 x 3) - 2 = 13 The third term is 13

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Asked by Petrus · 5 months ago

Sn= ( 5n^2 +5)/ (2), find 10^th term?

S10 = 5(10^2) + 5 / 2 = 5(100) + 5 / 2 = 500 +5 / 2 = 505/2 = 252.5

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Asked by paul · 3 months ago

2x+x+x+2y×3y×y?

Answer for the given expression will be 4x+6(y^3)

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Asked by Hanan · 5 months ago

There are 11 pens in a box 8 are black and 3 are red two pens are taken at random without replacement workout out probability that the colour is thr same?

8/11 * 7/10 = 56/110 3/11 * 2/10 = 6/110 56/110 + 6/110 = 62/110 = 31/55 = 0.5636

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Asked by Ysa Belle · 5 months ago

The first 5 terms of the sequence are:1,5,10,16,23 find the next two terms of the sequence?

Notice that the difference between consecutive numbers of the sequence is increasing by 1. 5 (next term) - 1 (previous term) = 4 10 (next term) - 5 (previous term) = 5 16 (next term) - 10 (previous term) = 6 23 (next term) - 16 (previous term) = 7 X (next term) - 23 (previous term) = 8 So, X = 8+23 = 31 (6th term) Similarly, Y(next term) - 31(previous term) = 9 So, Y = 9+31 = 40 (7th term) Theref... more

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Muhammad Hassan

Experienced, dedicated, resilient, skillful tutor and a PhD student at the University of St Andrews

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