Instructions
In this experiment, you will be using two coins as a simulation for a real-world compound
event.
Suppose that a family has an equally likely chance of having a cat or a dog. If they have two
pets, they could have 1 dog and 1 cat, they could h
Instructions
For this activity, you will need two coins. First, you will determine the theoretical probability
of events. Then, you will flip the coins 100 times and determine the experimental probability
of the events.
Flip two coins 100 times, and recor
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Task #1
Determining Income, Savings & Investment DO THE MATH!
Using the following steps, calculate your disposable income.
1. Draw a gross annual salary from the salary basket and write it on the line below.
_52,500_
2. Divide your gross annual salary by
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Us;: <"lope-intercept form to tind th.e ~qmltlOt1 of the line h:l';ing a slope of 3 IInd:'l y-tm.:rccpt .;,f 5,
Dct~minc r!;:; ~qu.'\tion of a line pas<,ing through the poi!:; 1-4, 2J \YIra n ilope ofO,
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7" Find lb.>: eq-uation of
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lbe figure aOOve s~ the graph of f. the dePvative ofa fI.toctioo /' The domam orf
is the set ofalheal numbers x
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(-10.10) does f have a relative tllfWmum?
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