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Doubling time of bacteria B is 15minutes. There is one bacteria B in the bottle at 9am. How many Bacteria is in the bottle at 11 am A 16 B 512 C 256 D 8
If you invest $100 in the ABCD stock before the market opens today and the stock increases 10% in the value today and 10% tomorrow and you do not deposit or
Doubling time of bacteria B is 15minutes. Certain amount of Bacteria B is put in the bottle at 9 am. At 11am, there are 1024 Bacteria in the bottle . How many
We have a data set with meab 16. Four of the elements in this data set are 10, 20, 22 and 27. What is the fifth element? A 1 B 19.75 C can not be evaluated D 16
A bag contains 2 orange and 6 black balls. You take 2 balls from the bag, 1 by 1, with replacement. What is the probability that you will get 2 orange balls? A
A bag contains 3 red and 2 orange. You pick five balls from the bag without replacement. What is the probability that you will get 3 red and 2 orange ball? A
A bag contains 3 red and 2 orange balls. You pick three balls from the bag without replacement. What is the probability that you will get three red balls? A
1/2 is more than 43/90 True or false
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