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April 21, 2014

April 21, 2014

Total # Posts: 3,253

**Math**

225/500 = 0.45??

**Math**

oooooooh i totally messed up!!! sorry i did 500/180 instead of 180/500....so it would be 0.36....sorry :(

**Math**

is it 180/500 = 2.7777???

**Math**

Mr. Doodle’s grade distribution over the past 3 years for a course in college algebra is shown in the chart below. Grade Number A 45 B 180 C 110 D 95 F 65 I 5 If Jane plans to take a college algebra course with Mr. Doodle, determine the empirical probability that she rece...

**Math**

One thousand raffle tickets are sold for $4.00 each. One grand prize of $800 and two consolation prizes of $100 each will be awarded. Jeremy purchases one ticket. Find his expected value.

**Math**

In a multiple-choice test, each question has five options. Students will get 5 points for each correct answer; lose 2 point for each incorrect answer; and receive no points for unanswered questions. A student does not know the correct answer for one question. Is it to her adva...

**Math**

Mr. Doodle’s grade distribution over the past 3 years for a course in college algebra is shown in the chart below. Grade Number A 45 B 180 C 110 D 95 F 65 I 5 If Jane plans to take a college algebra course with Mr. Doodle, determine the empirical probability that she rece...

**Math**

Yes, sorry about that... Mr. Doodle’s grade distribution over the past 3 years for a course in college algebra is shown in the chart below. Grade Number A 45 B 180 C 110 D 95 F 65 I 5 If Jane plans to take a college algebra course with Mr. Doodle, determine the empirical ...

**Math**

Jane plans to take a college algebra course with Mr. Doodle, determine the empirical probability that she receives at least a B.

**Math-probability**

The odds against Lounging Larry winning the horse race are 5:9. Determine the probability that Lounging Larry wins the horse race.

**Algebra**

Well from the expression here, my answer would be 22, but that is not one of your options.... 16 + 8 + 3 - 5 = 22

**Math-probability**

One card is selected at random from a deck of cards. Determine the probability that the card is a black heart.

**Math-probability**

The theoretical probability of undesirable side effects resulting from taking Grebex is 2 in 19. If 380 people take Grebex to lower their blood pressure, how many will encounter undesirable side effects?

**Math-probability**

Jane plans to take a college algebra course with Mr. Doodle, determine the empirical probability that she receives at least a B.

**Math**

30 basketballs (15 Spalding, 10 Wilson, and 5 other brand-name balls) are on a basketball court. Barry Wood closes his eyes and arbitrarily picks up a ball from the court. Determine the probability that the ball selected is a Wilson or a Spalding.

**Math**

In the United States, more male babies are born than female. In 2004, 2,104,661 males were born and 2,007,391 females were born. Determine the empirical probability of an individual being born a) male. b) female.

**Math**

30 basketballs (15 Spalding, 10 Wilson, and 5 other brand-name balls) are on a basketball court. Barry Wood closes his eyes and arbitrarily picks up a ball from the court. Determine the probability that the ball selected is a Wilson or a Spalding.

**Math**

Construct a truth table for the statement. (p ↔ q) → p

**Geometry-help please :(**

Construct a truth table for the statement. (p ↔ q) → p

**Math....please help**

Construct a truth table for the statement. (p ↔ q) → p

**medical coding**

a. compendium

**Math**

oh ok.... q~p??

**Math**

so its q ^ p??

**Math**

q<->p??

**Math**

Write the statement in symbolic form. Let p: The tent is pitched q: The bonfire is burning The bonfire is not burning if and only is the tent is pitched.

**Math**

p q p <-> q (p<->q)->p T T T T T F F T F T F T F F T F ??

**Math**

i am still so confused.... :(

**Math**

T T T T T T F F T T F T T F F T T T F F ??

**Math**

Construct a truth table for the statement. (p ↔ q) → p

**Math**

Write statement in symbolic form and construct a truth table. It is false that Wanda Garner is the president or Judy Ackerman is the treasurer.

**Math**

i think false?

**Math**

i believe its true, but im not sure and im not sure how to do the truth table...

**Math**

oh sorry about that.... (p V q) <---> (~r ^ p)

**Math**

Determine the truth value of the statement when p is t, q is f

**Math-CONFUSING!!**

Sweet!!! Thanks Max!!

**Math-CONFUSING!!**

So it's like this? (r ^ p) -> q

**Math-CONFUSING!!**

Write the compound statement in symbols. Let r = The food is good, p = I eat too much, q = I'll exercise. If the food is good and I eat too much, then I'll exercise.

**Math-this 1 is confusing :(**

okay...that makes a little more sense...thanks Max!

**Math-this 1 is confusing :(**

Given p is true, q is false, and r is false, find the truth value of the statement (q ^~r) ->~p.

**Math-Please help :(**

Construct a truth table for the statement. (p ↔ q) → p

**Math**

Okay....thanks :)

**Math**

TTF TFF FFT FTT ??

**Math**

lol i know right!! i hate the truth tables too!! i think this is it: T T F F T T F F F T T F

**Math**

Construct a truth table for ~q ->(p V q)

**Math**

ooooooh okay i get it now lol thank you :)

**Math**

So it would be p q V ?? Because I have to fill in the heading (line) with any of those choices....

**Math**

Fill in the heading of the following truth table using any of p, q, ->, ?, V, and ^. P q _____ T T T T F F F T T F F T

**Math**

great! thank u :)

**Math**

T T T T F F F T F F F T I think the 3rd row might be incorrect....I think maybe its F T T??

**Math**

Construct a truth table for (p ^q) ->~q

**Math**

Okay.... so I and III are not equivalent??

**Math**

great!! thank you :)

**Math**

I think I and III are equivalent??

**Math**

Determine which, if any, of the three statements are equivalent. I) If the carpet is not clean, then Sheila will run the vacuum. II) Either the carpet is not clean or Sheila will not run the vacuum. III) If the carpet is clean, Sheila will not run the vacuum.

**Math**

Write the argument below in symbols to determine whether it is valid or invalid. State a reason for your conclusion. Specify the p and q you used. Either the gazebo is made of wood or the vine is growing on the gazebo. The gazebo is not made of wood. The vine is growing on the...

**Math**

thank you Damon...the syllogism is invalid correct?

**Math**

so it is valid?

**Math**

Create a Euler diagram to determine whether the syllogism is valid or invalid. Some musicians stay up late. Greg is a musician. Greg stays up late.

**Math**

I think it's b. but i'm not sure what my reasoning would be....

**Math**

Determine which, if any, of the three statements are equivalent. Give a reason for your conclusion. I) If the garden needs watering, then the garden does not need weeding. II) Either the garden needs watering or the garden does not need weeding. III) If the garden does not nee...

**Math**

If the argument below is valid, name which of the four valid forms of argument is represented. If it is not valid, name the fallacy that is represented. If I catch the bus on time, then I am not late to work. If I am not late to work, then I will get a raise. Therefore, if I c...

**Math**

(r ^ p) -> p ??

**Math**

Is this correct? (r ^ p) V q

**Math**

Write the compound statement in symbols. Let r = The food is good, p = I eat too much, q = I'll exercise. If the food is good and I eat too much, then I'll exercise.

**Math-Please help :(**

(a) translate the argument into symbolic form and (b) determine if the argument is valid or invalid. You may compare the argument to a standard form or use a truth table. If Nicholas Thompson teaches this course, then I will get a passing grade. I did not get a passing grade. ...

**Math**

(a) translate the argument into symbolic form and (b) determine if the argument is valid or invalid. You may compare the argument to a standard form or use a truth table. If Nicholas Thompson teaches this course, then I will get a passing grade. I did not get a passing grade. ...

**Math**

T T T T F F F T F F F T I think the 3rd row is incorrect??

**Math**

Construct a truth table for the statement. (p ↔ q) → p

**Math**

(a) translate the argument into symbolic form and (b) determine if the argument is valid or invalid. You may compare the argument to a standard form or use a truth table. If Nicholas Thompson teaches this course, then I will get a passing grade. I did not get a passing grade. ...

**Math**

(a) translate the argument into symbolic form and (b) determine if the argument is valid or invalid. You may compare the argument to a standard form or use a truth table. If Nicholas Thompson teaches this course, then I will get a passing grade. I did not get a passing grade. ...

**Math-geometry**

(a) translate the argument into symbolic form and (b) determine if the argument is valid or invalid. You may compare the argument to a standard form or use a truth table. If Nicholas Thompson teaches this course, then I will get a passing grade. I did not get a passing grade. ...

**Math-geometry**

Construct a truth table for (p ^ q) ↔ ~p

**chemistry**

thanks

**chemistry**

a gasoline tank has a mass of 60 kg and a density of .752 gcm^3 what is the volume

**Math-geometry**

Write the statement in symbols using the p and q given below. Then construct a truth table for the symbolic statement and select the best match. q = The food is good. p = I eat too much. If the food is not good, I won't eat too much.

**Math-Can you help me Sue?**

Can you help me with some of the questions I posted please? I am so lost :( Thank you!

**Math-geometry**

i think its e.)

**Math-geometry**

Identify which argument is invalid: a.) If I catch the bus on time, then I am not late to work. I was late to work. Therefore, I did not catch the bus on time. b.) If I shower in the morning, then I do not smell bad. I do not smell bad. Therefore, I showered in the morning. c....

**Math-geometry**

Given the argument and its Euler diagram below, determine whether the syllogism is valid or invalid. All roads come to an end. Carrollton Avenue is a road. Carrollton Avenue comes to an end.

**Math**

oh i get it now! thanks so much Max! can you help me with the other problems i posted? thanks so much for all your help :)

**Math**

Write a negation of the statement. Not all people like football.

**Math-geometry**

Construct a truth table for (p ^ q) ↔ ~p

**Math-geometry**

Let p represent a true statement, while q and r represent false statements. Find the truth value of the compound statement. ~[(~p ^ q) ^ r]

**Math-so confusing :(**

so students and teachers are not happy?

**Math-so confusing :(**

Convert the compound statement into words. p = Students are happy. q = Teachers are happy. ~(p V ~q)

**Math-geometry**

(a) translate the argument into symbolic form and (b) determine if the argument is valid or invalid. You may compare the argument to a standard form or use a truth table. If Nicholas Thompson teaches this course, then I will get a passing grade. I did not get a passing grade. ...

**Math**

thank you!

**Math**

Construct a truth table for the statement. (p ↔ q) → p

**Math**

hmmmm still so confusing :(

**Math**

Write the statements in symbolic form. Let p: The temperature is 90°. q:The air conditioner is working. r.The apartment is hot. If the apartment is hot and the air conditioner is working, then the temperature is 90°.

**Math-geometry**

i definitely dont understand truth tables....thanks for your help :)

**Math-geometry**

Construct a truth table for q ->~p

**Math-geometry**

Oh okay now I understand. Thank you :)

**Math-geometry**

Determine if the argument is valid or invalid. Give a reason to justify answer. If the bell rings, then we answer the door. The bell rings. We answer the door.

**Math**

so all 3 statements are equivalent?

**Math**

Determine which, if any, of the three statements are equivalent. I) If there is an opera performance, then Paula will not wear jeans. II) If there is no opera performance, then Paula will wear jeans. III) Either there is an opera performance or Paula will wear jeans.

**Math**

Let p represent the statement, "Jim plays football", and let q represent "Michael plays basketball". Convert the compound statements into symbols. Jim does not play football or Michael does not play basketball.

**MATH**

28.5

**Math**

Thank you Reiny. I actually got the same answer you did. Guess I understand it better than I thought. I just wanted to be sure I was doing it right. Thanks again :)

**Math**

Let U = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,...}, A = {1, 2, 3, 4,...}, B = {4, 8, 12, 16,...}, and C = {2, 4, 6, 8,...}. Determine the following: A′ ∩ C

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