# Questions Asked onJuly 13, 2006

1. ## Stats-Probability

Would really urgently appreciate answers to these questions. Thanks. 3. Suppose that two lotteries each have n possible numbers and the same payoff. In terms of expected gain, is it better to buy two tickets from one of the lotteries or one from each? 4. A

2. ## Economics

Write the equation of exchange. Define each variable in the equation and then explain why the left side of the equation must equal the right. MV=PQ Take a shot, what does it mean an why must the left = the right.

3. ## Statistics

I'm looking for some help with my statistics homework...I'm good with the basics, but I really bombed on my last class anyone??? To help you, we need to know specifically what problems you have. Please repost with specific problems. I hope this helps a

4. ## Making Language Nonracist and Nonagist

It's hard to believe that a woman her age could accomplish so much. would this be better saying It's hard to believe that she accomplished so much. or would this still be racist From the data you give, it is impossible to tell what her race is, so how

5. ## geometry, thanks

I just wanted to thank everyone that helped me on my geometry problem. I actually found the answer using the pythagorean theorem and knowing ratio rules that apply to triangles. Thanks again.

6. ## inverse

my question was: find f^-1 (x). (this is asking me to find the inverse) f(x) = -(x-2)^2, x > and you answered: If f(x)=-(x-2)^2 x

7. ## interval

Find the exact solutions on the interval [0,pi]. 2sin2x = sqrt(x) Please help me! kristie, this problem is somewhere between a calculus problem and an algebra one. I'm not sure what you're taking. If you see that the eq. is = to 4(sin2x)^2=x , then you

8. ## Inducttive and deductive claims

Inductive and deductive claims such as "all", "none", or "some" impact the assertions of argument. As a reader, which are you more receptive to: information that claims to represent all of the cases under discussion or that which claims to represent only