2. How is an inference different from a guess?(1 point) Inferences are not based on anything from the text while guesses are made only using the text. Inferences are based on evidence in the text while guesses are not. Inferences

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  1. Language Arts

    Which option tells what it means to draw conclusions from your research? A) complete a detailed investigation of a topic B)read through sources multiple times C)make inferences based on the information D)search for different types of sources Please help

  2. Science

    You receive a sample slide of an organism. While observing it under a microscope, you notice that the organism is single-celled and green in color. There are multiple individual organisms on the slide. Based on this initial information, you guess that it

  3. language arts

    1. What does it mean to draw inferences from the following options? A. to use the denotation of a word to understand what the author is saying B. to use facts and details to draw conclusions that are not specifically stated C. to understand what the

  4. English

    How can you make an inference about a passage? Select two answers.(1 point) You can test your comprehension of the passage. You can interpret what you learned in the explicit details. You can read different types of writing that are like the passage. You

  5. Science

    1. What is the difference between a scientific theory and a scientific law? A) A scientific theory describes a pattern of observations, while a scientific law is an educated guess based on observation. B) A scientific theory is based on a few experiments,

  6. Language Arts

    What does explicit mean?(1 point) information stated directly xxx information understood from context information that is inferred information that is somewhat vague What is an inference? (1 point) a detail the author provides in a text a conclusion based

  7. Science

    1. The senses are used to make which of the following? (1 point.) inferences predictions evaluations observations*****

  8. English

    What is an inference? A)the general attitude of a text B) conclusion, based on evidence, about something that is not stated directly in a text C)the special words used in a subject such as art, science, or mathematics D)the facts and information that

  9. Mathematics - Please Answer Quickly

    1. (08.03) Magdeline wants to know if the number of words on a page in her computer science book is generally more than the number of words on a page in her math book. She takes a random sample of 25 pages in each book and then calculates the mean, median,

  10. Math Idk?

    In a number guessing game. You ask a person to guess a number from one 1 to 10. If the person makes a random guess, what is the probability their guess will be less than 8?

  11. english

    Why is it important to find thorough evidence for inferred meaning in an informational text? to make sure that the evidence directly relates to the inference to check that the author did not include the explicit meaning to ensure that all parts of the

  12. Eng comp

    the major problem in writing an argument based on inductive reasoning is the possibility of flawed or spurious: A)inference B)syllogism c)presumption D)bias

  13. Earth Science

    A measurement is best defined as (1)an inference made by using the human senses (2)direct comparison to a known standard (3)an interpretation based on theory (4)a group of inferred properties (2), right?

  14. language arts

    2. How is an inference different from a guess?(1 point) Inferences are not based on anything from the text while guesses are made only using the text. Inferences are based on evidence in the text while guesses are not. Inferences are made by only using

  15. English

    What does it mean to draw inferences from the following options? (1 point) 1. to guess what the author is trying to tell you based on what you know 2. to use the denotation of a word to understand what the author is saying 3. to understand what the literal

  16. ELA

    How does textual evidence help a reader make an inference?(1 point) a. Readers analyze the details explicitly stated in a text to make an inference. b. Readers eliminate the details implicitly stated in a text in order to make an inference. c. Readers

  17. Language arts

    1)What does it mean when an author emphasizes evidence?(1 point) The author includes facts to support an opposite idea. The author makes an educated guess based on evidence. The author shares ideas supported by reasons. The author gives special importance

  18. Science

    1.Which of the following is an inference based on an observation? (1 point) The hybrid plant produced larger flowers than the control group. The orchid was 22cm in length. The color indicates the 35 flowers may have been crossed with rare orchids. The

  19. social studies PLEASE HELP

    which of the following is true of social classes? people in most societies cannot improve their status they are based mainly on age people can improve their status by getting a good education they are based mainly on gender im not sure what to even guess

  20. Statistics

    A 95% confidence interval for a population mean, ?, is given as (18.985, 21.015). This confidence interval is based on a simple random sample of 36 observations. Calculate the sample mean, x ?, and the sample standard deviation, s. Assume that all

  21. Science - Please Look!

    The senses are used to make which of the following? inferences predictions evaluations ((**observations**)) You walk into the kitchen and see a broken egg on the floor. Which of the following is an inference you can make based on this observation? ((**The

  22. algebra

    A contestant on a game show must guess the price of a new car. The contestant will win if his guess is within $1000 of the price of the car. If the price of the car is $24,995 and the contestant's guess is represented by g, what absolute value inequality

  23. statistics

    The objective of statistics is best described as: A) To make inferences about a sample based on information we get from a population B) To use population mean, ƒÝ as an estimate of the sample mean, C) To make inferences about a population based on

  24. Science

    which of the following best describes a scientific inference? A.the data collected during an experiment B.an explanation based on facts but is not the direct observation C.an opinion that is not based on logical thinking or material evidence D.the results

  25. Math check answers PLZZ

    1) Based on a survey, 3 out of 10 students like to play the flute. For a class of 700, how many flutes should the teacher pre-order? (1 point) 70 flutes 210 flutes*** 300 flutes 490 flutes 2) The probability of getting a winning scratch off ticket is 4 out

  26. ELA ( ̄ε(# ̄)

    Which term describes information directly stated in a text?(1 point) questions questions educated guesses educated guesses inferences inferences explicit details explicit details

  27. Science

    most inferences about the characteristics of earth's mantle and core are based on a. the behavior of seismic waves in earth's interior b. chemical changes in exposed and weathered metamorphic rocks

  28. Data Gathering and Inference

    When the production manager finds the average life of her bulb-lifetime data, it is an example of what phase of inferential statistics? A. Data organization. B. Data gathering. C. Data analysis. D. Probability-based inference.

  29. ela- language arts halp meh pweas

    Determine which of the following can be used as evidence. Select the two correct answers.(1 point) A-an inference B-a paraphrased passage C-a direct quote D-an ellipsis E-a phrase of concise words

  30. Philosophy

    LOGIC and ARGUMENTS – the simple elements Arguments are Composed of THREE PARTS: 1) Premises = basic, commonly accepted reasons – the “why’s,” and “how’s.” 2) Inferences = reasoned “guesses” or based assertions connecting conclusion to

  31. ELA

    4. An inference is a conclusion or idea you make not stated in the text based on what you know and evidence from the text. What would be an inference you could make based on section #1? * 2 points Having a fixed mindset can lead to better outcomes when

  32. Science

    What is the difference between a scientific theory and a scientific law? A. A scientific theory describes a pattern of observations, while a scientific law is an educated guess based on observation. B. A scientific theory is based on a few experiments,

  33. english

    i need help making an inference, this is the question In 3–5 sentences, identify and explain an inference you made about news media based on the passage. Support your answer with text evidence from the passage.

  34. ela

    Which option describes an inference?(1 point) a conclusion that is based on evidence a conclusion that is based on evidence the general feeling an author conveys in a text the general feeling an author conveys in a text facts and information that support

  35. Stastics

    what is statistical inference? mention major areas of statistical inference and define each of them

  36. English

    What inferences can you make about the background and personality of Samuel Pepys based on his diary entry about the Great Fire of London? I can kind of tell what his background was, but I'm having trouble determining his personality. Help?

  37. Physics PLEASE

    I'm trying to solve this problem Calculate (a) how long it took King Kong to fall straight down form the top of the Empire State Building (380 m high), and (b) his velocity just before "landing". My teacher said try and rearagne this equation for t X = Xo

  38. Making Inferences Quick Check:Literary Analysis 2

    1.What does it mean to draw inferences from the following options?(1 point) A.to use facts and details to draw conclusions that are not specifically stated B.to guess what the author is trying to tell you based on what you know C.to use the literal meaning

  39. language arts again HELP

    How do readers create a mental image of the story?(1 point) by watching a filmed version of the story by listening closely to the narrator for more information by thinking about the text's level of difficulty by using detailed descriptions to visualize

  40. Science

    You walk into the kitchen and see a broken egg on the floor. Which of the following is an inference you can make based on this observation? a) The egg rolled off the kitchen counter b) the dog will eat the egg off the floor c) there are pieces of broken

  41. Psychology

    A hypothesis is an educated guess and as such must have the following characteristics: 1) can be proved or disproved 2) is based on some previous evidence 3) is an unsubstiantiated thought 4) is the basis of psychological research 5) all of the above 6) 1,

  42. Language Arts

    Help! 1, What do the strategies of annotating, freewriting, and illustrating help you to do? (1 point) make inferences understand dialogue question the narrator interact with the text** 2. What strategy can you use to write down questions that you have

  43. English

    the major problem in writing an argument based on inductive reasoning is the possibility of flawed or spurious: A)inference B)syllogism c)presumption D)bias Is it D?

  44. statistics

    Suppose you wanted to test your ESP using an ordinary deck of 52 cards, which has 26 black and 26 red cards. You have a friend shuffle the deck and draw cards at random, replacing the card and reshuffling after each guess. You attempt to guess the color of

  45. English

    The major problem in writing an argument based on inductive reasoning is the possibility of flawed or spurious: A)inference B)syllogism C)presumption D)bias Is it D?

  46. English

    Read each quotation from Barrio Boy and the statement below it. Which statement is a correct inference based on the quotation?

  47. HISTORY HELP plsssssssss

    Use this image to answer the following question: The picture shows an Aztec calendar, which is circular. The whole surface is covered with intricate designs that are too small for the reader to identify. At the center of the circle is a the face of the sun

  48. Science

    You walk into the kitchen and see a broken egg on the floor. Which of the following is an inference you can make based on this observation? a) The egg rolled off the kitchen counter*** b) the dog will eat the egg off the floor c) there are pieces of broken

  49. math (?)

    5x-4y=24 4y-5x=-24 what is the solution of the systme of equations? ( i guess no solution) is the sytem consistant or inconsistant? (i guess consistant) is it dependent or independent (i guess dependen)

  50. the most dangerous game by richard connell reading

    i did all the question except for these 3 characterization chart w/ 5 textually supported inferences specific to protagonist and 5 textually supported inferences specific to the antagonist. static/flat character with text support of intended stereotype

  51. Language arts quick check

    Which term best fits the following sentence? You are being ________ in a summary when you have given the facts, details, and plot points without showing your opinion. (1 point) chronological transitional objective subjective Which of the following items

  52. Language Arts

    HELP I'M IN DEEP #%&*$! this is so overdue 6. INFERENCES are conclusions not stated in the article made based on what you know and evidence from the text. Based on the evidence in section #2, what INFERENCE can you make about a person who has strong

  53. Math

    The objective of statistics is best described as: A) To make inferences about a sample based on information we get from a population B) To use population mean, ƒÝ as an estimate of the sample mean, C) To make inferences about a population based on

  54. Inferencing

    Inferences form the trash Find the one that is NOT a possible inference. Chicken bones on the plate a. Someone just ate a vegetarian meal. b. Someone had chicken leftovers for lunch. c. Someone enjoyed their chicken dinner. I would say my answer would be a

  55. science

    1) what are five skills scientist use to learn about the world? 2) what are inferences based on? 3) why do scientist make models? ¢¾¢¾plz, plz help me.... i totally need help on this¢¾¢¾

  56. English

    Guess what? 1. Do you guess what I am going to say? 2. Can you guess what I am going to say? 3. Do/ Can you guess what I will say? 4. Can you guess what I want to say now? (Which one does 'Guess what?' mean?) Guess what! 1. Guess what I am going to say! 2.

  57. programming

    Ancient square root algorithm. The Babylonian algorithm to compute the square root of a number n is as follows: 1. Make a guess at the answer (you can pick n/2 as your initial guess). 2. Compute r = n / guess 3. Set guess = (guess + r) / 2 4. Go back to

  58. language arts

    2.2.2 - Quiz: Making Inferences in Quiz Language Arts 8 A (CL); 7.20 / 2. Lives of Commitment / 2.2. Making Inferences answers please!

  59. Logic

    Using the law of inference, prove if the below argument is valid. (P1) R -> B (P2) D V R (P3) B /D You may imply all rules of inference to figure out if it is valid.

  60. Statistics

    You are a marketing analyst in a large grocery store chain. Your job entails developing a robust customer knowledge base utilizing the company's vast database of in-store purchases. To date, you have been able to build a profile of your customer base, draw

  61. English

    Is this a good inference based on the following information? "Ain't I a woman?" The speaker is probably female and she is probably upset about something related to being a woman.

  62. logical reasoning

    You are asked to guess an integer between 1 and N inclusive. Each time you make a guess, you are told either: (a) you are too high, (b) you are too low, or (c) you got it! You can guess as many times as you like, but are only allowed to guess too high 10

  63. logical reasoning

    You are asked to guess an integer between 1 and N inclusive. Each time you make a guess, you are told either: (a) you are too high, (b) you are too low, or (c) you got it! You can guess as many times as you like, but are only allowed to guess too high 10

  64. science

    WHAT IS AN INFERENCE? a) what is really occurring b) a conclusion that has been tested and accepted c) an observation made with a sense other than sight d) a tentative conclusion based on observation just need to know if right or wrong C

  65. Fact & inference

    Please check if these are correct: 1)King Alfred of England invented the candle clock [fact] 2) People had to keep replacing the candles [inference] 3) The candle clock had a lantern over it [inference] 4) Rooms in 870 A.D were probably drafty [fact?]

  66. math am i correct?

    5x-4y=24 4y-5x=-24 what is the solution of the systme of equations? ( i guess no solution) is the sytem consistant or inconsitatn? (i guess con) is it dependent or independent (i guess dependen)

  67. Statistics

    To make causal inferences from observed differences between groups based on varied levels of treatment, it is necessary to...? A. Find significant differences between groups at at-least the .05 level B. Use T-test or ANOVA procedures to conduct the

  68. Biology

    1. Are the third-order heterotrophs consumed by gungal decomposers? My guess:Yes? 2. Which of the following fixes atmospheric N2 (nitrogen gas)? A. photosynthesis B. symbiotic bacterianon the roots of legumes C. uv light D. decay organisms E. autotrophs My

  69. 5th

    what are facts and inferences please give an example

  70. business

    I need help understandinddifferent ethics duty-based, consequence-based, rights-based, human nature, relativistic and entitlement-based

  71. science

    how making inferences help the scientist in their discoveries?

  72. Ela 6th grade

    What does it mean to draw inferences from the following options? to use the denotation of a word to understand what the author is saying to understand what the literal meaning and language of the words state to use facts and details to draw conclusions

  73. Statistics

    Are my answers correct? Thanks! 1.) Based on a survey of a few thousand people, a newspaper reporter wants to draw conclusions about how a country’s citizens in general feel about the war in Iraq. At this point, is the reporter mainly concerned with data

  74. Statistics

    Are my answers correct? Thanks! 1.) Based on a survey of a few thousand people, a newspaper reporter wants to draw conclusions about how a country’s citizens in general feel about the war in Iraq. At this point, is the reporter mainly concerned with data

  75. Science

    Mary discovered that the cell membrane of a bacteria acts like a fence because it keeps some things in and other things out. A. Observation B. Analogy*** C. Inference Mary walked into her room where her little son was playing, found a broken window, and

  76. LANGUAGE ARTS

    What does explicit mean? information that is somewhat vague information that is somewhat vague information that is understood from context information that is understood from context information that is stated directly(this one) information that is stated

  77. Research

    To make causal inferences from observed differences between groups based on varied levels of treatment, it is necessary to…?

  78. analogy inference paradox

    The room was but small, and clients seemed to have had a habit of bscking up against the wall: the wall especially opposite to Mr.Jaggers's chair, being greasy with shoulders its either analogy inference or paradox i think its inference

  79. 9th grade

    I need to write an essay on something I have accomplished using 5 adjectives and 2 inference words. What are some examples of inference words?

  80. SCIENCE

    what is an inference? a) a conclusion that has been tested and accepted b) what is really occuring c) a tentative conclusion based on observations d) an observation made with a sense other than sight C

  81. philosophy

    Please formalize the argument given in the following passage. For all inferences from experience suppose, as their foundation, that the future will resemble the past, and that similar powers will be conjoined with similar sensible qualities. If there be

  82. statistics

    what is statistical inference? mention major area of statistical inference and define each of them

  83. earth science

    #26 An inference is_____ A" using your sense to gather data B" a conclusion mad based on data C" a prediction about the results of an experiment D" a persons feeling or judgment about something

  84. SS HELP FAST!!! 2

    Using the chart above, develop an inference comparing the economic conditions in South Korea and North Korea. Use facts from the chart to support your inference. So, whats this asking? (I Cant Put The Chart On This...)

  85. math (am i correct)

    5x-4y=24 4y-5x=-24 what is the solution of the systme of equations? ( i guess no solution) is the sytem consistant or inconsitatn? (i guess con) is it dependent or independent (i guess dependen)

  86. Math

    Rose is playing a game using a single die. The die is six-sided cube with each face having a number from 1-6 on it. For each roll resulting in a number greater than three she gets a point, and for each roll resulting in a number less than three she loses a

  87. Earth science

    TRUE OR FALSE The burning of fossil fuels cause the earth to get warmer by putting carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and the carbon dioxide traps heat. MY GUESS: TRUE Isobars help meteorologists find fronts on weather maps. MY GUESS: FALSE A CLOUD IS A

  88. Criminal law

    1. _________ refer to the notion that basic guarantees exist and that all people possess them simply by virtue of being human. Natural rights Hypothetical imperatives Moral duties is it A 2. Much of the reasoning in the social sciences is __________, which

  89. English

    Which of the following is equivalent to x^5 y^2/xy^2 when =/ 0 and y =/ 0 ? (1 point) A.) X^6 Y^5 B.) X^5 Y C.) X^4 Y D.) X^4 I don't even have a good guess. Thank you.

  90. math/algebra

    Divide: 2x-6/21 divided by 5x-15/12 I have worked to this point and now I'm stuck. 2(x-3)/7 * 4/5(x-5) and I don't know where to go from here. Can anyone point me in the right direction? No. the second term in th denominator factors to 5(x-3), which then

  91. Algebra

    The Graph of F(x) = (x^2 -2x -8)/(x+6) has which of the following ? a) point of discontinuity b) vertical asymptote c) both of the above d) neither of the above i guess a) not sure, can someone help me

  92. math

    Ryan showed Brandon the following four-digit number: 2002. He then told Brandon “I am thinking of a six-digit where I have added two ones to the original number. If you can guess my six-digit number in one guess, I’ll do your chores for a week.” What

  93. Math

    use newton's method to estimate all real solutions of the equation x^3. I am having trouble coming up with a good guess. I went with x1=1, but that doesn't seem to be working. Any thoughts on which number should be the best first guess?

  94. English

    1. Guess what? 2. What do you guess? 3. What do you think? 4. What is your opinion? ------------- Which one is similar to #1 among the three in meaning?

  95. Check This Statistics Homework

    1.) Based on a survey of a few thousand people, a newspaper reporter wants to draw conclusions about how a country’s citizens in general feel about the war in Iraq. At this point, is the reporter mainly concerned with data production, displaying and

  96. Statistics

    Statistics has two main functions: Description and Inference. What does it mean when we say "Description to Inference: A Transition?" And, what statistical areas must inference use?

  97. science

    make inferences to answer the foeoling question: At which pencil point was oxygen produced? can u help me plz?

  98. statistics

    I have an ordianry deck of 52 cards, which has 26 red and 26 black cards. A friend shuffles the deck and draws cards at random, replacing the card and reshuffling after each guess. I attempt to guess the color of each card. A. what is the probability that

  99. Math

    Which of the following is equivalent to x^5 y^2/xy^2 when =/ 0 and y =/ 0 ? (1 point) A.) X^6 Y^5 B.) X^5 Y C.) X^4 Y D.) X^4 I don't even have a good guess. Thank you.

  100. statistics

    Below are six data sets with 6 randomly selected scores in each data set. Your task is to determine if the scores were drawn from a population with μ = 5. Before you calculate the one-sample t test for each sample, make a guess as to whether or not you

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