Anumber is increased by 3.5, and the result is -4.3.

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# Anumber is increased by 3.5, and the result is -4.3.

find the number.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 16:00, 4tazaouiamine1r

Whose conclusion is correct? choose all that apply. (two max) elijah emily edward esme

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 23:00, kealalac1

Afunction, f(x), represents the height of a plant x months after being planted. students measure and record the height on a monthly basis. select the appropriate domain for this situation. a. the set of all positive real numbers b. the set of all integers oc. the set of all positive integers od. the set of all real numbers reset next

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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 03:00, kittenlover5031

In this problem, we explore the effect on the standard deviation of multiplying each data value in a data set by the same constant. consider the data set 14, 6, 8, 15, 15. (a) use the defining formula, the computation formula, or a calculator to compute s. (round your answer to one decimal place.) s = 4.28 (b) multiply each data value by 3 to obtain the new data set 42, 18, 24, 45, 45. compute s. (round your answer to one decimal place.) s = 12.83 (c) compare the results of parts (a) and (b). in general, how does the standard deviation change if each data value is multiplied by a constant c? multiplying each data value by the same constant c results in the standard deviation remaining the same. multiplying each data value by the same constant c results in the standard deviation being |c| times as large. multiplying each data value by the same constant c results in the standard deviation increasing by c units. multiplying each data value by the same constant c results in the standard deviation being |c| times smaller. (d) you recorded the weekly distances you bicycled in miles and computed the standard deviation to be s = 3.8 miles. your friend wants to know the standard deviation in kilometers. do you need to redo all the calculations? yes no given 1 mile â‰ 1.6 kilometers, what is the standard deviation in kilometers? (enter your answer to two decimal places.)

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