Marvin used the Quantitative Reasoning Process to build a budget while he is

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Question 32: (1 point)Marvin used the Quantitative Reasoning Process to build a budget while he is going to college. He worked hard over the summer and saved \$3,149.85 to live on during the next two semesters of school. Marvin will receive a scholarship each semester for \$837.1. If he plansto use up all of his savings while at school, how much money can Marvin spend each month, on average, for things like groceries,entertainment, and miscellaneous items?Assume two semesters equals 8 months total. Also assume Marvin has no other expenses than what he has listed here.Scholarship for each Semester: \$837.1Tuition & Books Cost per Semester: \$2,000Housing Cost for a two-semester Contract: \$1,075If he has money left, what is the average monthly amount Marvin can afford to spend each month?If he has overspent, what is the average monthly amount Marvin would be in debt each month?(Indicate this amount with a negative sign)(Round your answer to the nearest cent)\$____________ Question 33: (1 point)Victoria currently walks to school from her apartment, which is 1.2 miles away from her first class. She typically walks at a speed of 3 milesper hour. She is considering buying a used bicycle from Deseret Industries to ride to campus. Victoria assumes that if she were riding abike, she could go about 8 miles per hour.How many minutes could Victoria save getting to class each morning if she were to ride the bike?(Round your answer to 2 decimal places)____________ minutes.
10/15/2019 Brigham Young University - Idaho - Canvas - 18/21 Question 34: (1 point)Karl was suspicious that cars driving down his street were often driving faster than the speed limit. He called the police department andcomplained. In response the police department set up a radar speed sign (shown in the image below) and recorded the speeds of vehiclesfor a day.Here is the report they obtained after observing speeds for a day.Mean Speed28.1 mphMinimum Speed19 mphMaximum Speed43 mphMedian Speed25 mph90th Percentile of Speed33.1 mphWhich of the following would be a correct statement to make about the information shown in the above report? (a)Cars all appear to have been driving very quickly that day as the slowest vehicle speed recorded was still higher than thespeed limit.(b)The typical speed of vehicles that day was around 19 mph.(c)One in every 10 of the vehicles observed (10%) was driving faster than 33.1 mph.(d)The average speed of 28.1 was under the speed limit, so it seems that, at least on average, cars are going the correct speed.(e)The fastest car observed was driving 28.1 mph.
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