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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 21:00 asialuv

Describe how an outcome and a favorable outcome are different. an outcome is [blank a]. a favorable outcome is [blank b]. blank a answers: 1. one possible result of an experiment 2. a collection of one or more outcomes 3. an outcome of specific event 4. a collection of one or more events blank b answers: 1. one possible result of an experiment 2. a collection of one or more outcomes 3. an outcome of specific event 4. a collection of one or more events

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Answer from: kyn9919
9765625 different ways. Do 5 to the 10th power.
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Answer from: cdradlet2001

20 possible outcomes

Step-by-step explanation:

You times 5 by 4 to get 20

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Answer from: kirstenb278

25.5 and 1.5

Step-by-step explanation:

AC = 12 cm

BC = 13.5 cm

12 + 13.5 = 25.5 cm

13.5 - 12 = 1.5 cm

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Answer from: Legoman29305

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Answer from: browndariel

B is 1, -1, -2, -3, -4, and -5.

C. is -5 & 5, -4 & 4, -3 & 3, -2 & 2, and -1 & 1.

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Answer from: erikacastro2421

Given : The Number of Correct Answers = 30

Given : Total Number of Questions = 40

⇒ The Number of Wrong Answers = (40 - 30) = 10

The Ratio of the Number of Correct Answers to Number of Wrong Answers is :

\mathsf{\implies \frac{30}{10}}

\mathsf{\implies 3 : 1}  (1st Blank)

The Ratio of the Number of Correct Answers to Total Number of Questions is :

\mathsf{\implies \frac{30}{40}}

\mathsf{\implies 3 : 4}

If there is 100 Questions on the test and the Ratio stayed the same, The Number of Questions he would have answered correctly is :

\mathsf{\implies \frac{3}{4} \times Total\;Number\;of\;Questions}

\mathsf{\implies \frac{3}{4} \times 100}

\mathsf{\implies (3 \times 25)}

\mathsf{\implies 75}  (2nd Blank)

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Answer from: markleal9484

to question A 1,2,3,4,5,-1,-2 These numbers would give you a positive sum when added to 3. 3+1=4, 3+2=5, 3+3=6, 3+4=7, 3+5=8, 3+-1=2, 3+-2=1 to B 1,-1,-2,-3,-4,-5, These numbers would give you a negative sum when added -2. -2+1=-1, -2+-1=-3, -2+-2=-4, -2+-3=5, -2+4=-6 to C (1 and -1)(2 and -2)(3and -3)(4 and -4)(5 and -5) These are the possible pairs because 1+-1=0, 2+-2=0, 3+-3=0, 4+-4=0, 5+-5=0 and to D The sum of an integer and its opposite is equal to zero. Adding two positive integers always gives you a positive sum. Adding two negative integers always gives a negative sum.  This got me a A

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Answer from: pamelperezz26

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