# Posts by tariq

Total # Posts: 22

**HELP**

Suppose that, for a set of data, the range is x and the interquartile range is y

**MATH HELP!!**

SO IS IT 2/6 OR 1/6

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6 TOTAL BALL & 1 SOCCER BALL

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YES

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1/2

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There are six balls in the bag. Two are basketballs, three are playground balls, and one is a soccer ball. What is the probability that if you pick one of the balls without looking, it will be a soccer ball?

**MATH HELP!!**

How many ways can 12 horses in a race come in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place

**math HELP**

You are rolling two dice at the same time. What is the probability of rolling a sum of 6 or 7

**math**

solve 4 1 4 x < -8

**math**

Brittany is rowing at a constant rate. She covers 20 miles in 7 hours. How many more hours will it take her to cover her 110 mile tour?

**math**

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Left-handed batters 4 6 5 4 Right-handed batters 13 10 11 12 A school baseball team has 65 players. What is the probability that a randomly chosen player is a junior or a right-handed batter?

**math**

Color Number of Marbles Blue 4 Black 2 Red 5 Orange 4 Green 5 Rachel has 20 marbles in a jar. This table shows the number of blue, black, red, orange, and green marbles. What is the probability that if she randomly drew a marble out of the jar it would be orange?

**math**

Rachel has 20 marbles in a jar. This table shows the number of blue, black, red, orange, and green marbles. What is the probability that if she randomly drew a marble out of the jar it would be orange?

**math**

There are 4 different colored candies in a bag. So, one should have a 25% chance of picking a particular color out of the bag. After pulling out 20 candies, Sally got 8 purples, which is 40%. Predict what will happen as Sally pulls out more candies.

**math**

Twenty girls are trying out for the cheer squad. How many different 12 girl teams can be made

**math**

Twenty girls are trying out for the cheer squad. How many different 12 girl teams can be made?

**math**

You are going to roll two dice. Let the variable x = the sum of the numbers rolled. What is the probability that x = 9?

**Math 7th grade**

Ira makes an A on 80% of his tests. In the next week, Ira has 5 final exams. He wants to determine the probability that he makes an A on 4 of the 5 tests.

**math**

based on simple interest,find the amount saved or owed principle=$1700rate=6%time=5yrs

**Sociology**

why is sociology not taught in the high school level?

**Sociology**

what is a bureaucracy?

**macroeconomics**

a) put income on the x-axis, consumption (and savings) on the y-axis. At x=100 and y=150 put a dot. At x=200 and y=200 put another dot. Repeat for 300 and 400. Connect the dots. b) slope is rise over run. With each 100 increase in income (run), consumption goes up by 50 (rise...

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