Assume the number of U.S. dial-up Internet households stood at 38.5 million at the beginning of 2004 and was projected to decline at the rate of 3.5 million households per year for the next 9 years. (a) Find a linear

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    Which sentence contains a dependent clause? A. Sentence 4 B. Sentence 5 **** C. Sentence 6 D. Sentence 7 (4) It was almost like she had a museum in her basement! (5) She doesn’t always throw away old things when they get replaced. (6) One of the old

  2. statistics

    A study found that 81% of households in the United States have computers. Of those 81%, 92% have Internet access. Find the probability that a U.S. household selected at random has a computer and has Internet access.

  3. Science

    Describe the two most important events in the history of animal life that occurred at the beginning and at the end of the Paleozoic era. List and briefly outline the six different periods into which the Paleozoic era is divided. Answer: In the beginning of

  4. personal finance

    PSI, a financial services consultant, estimates that over _____ million U.S. households have a net worth in excess of $1 million. A. 4 B. 5 C. 10 D. 20 D ?

  5. government

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  6. Statistics

    1. The sociologist surveyed the households in a small town. The random variable X represents the number of dependent children in the households. The following is the probability distribution of X: X 0 1 2 3 4 P(X) 0.07 0.20 0.38 k 0.13 (a) Find the missing

  7. pre Calc

    Assume the number of U.S. dial-up Internet households stood at 38.5 million at the beginning of 2004 and was projected to decline at the rate of 3.5 million households per year for the next 9 years. (a) Find a linear function f giving the projected U.S.

  8. Marketing

    The manager of the aluminum recycling division of Environmental Services wants a survey which will tell him how many households in the city of Seattle, Washington, will voluntarily wash out, store, and then transport all of their aluminum cans to a central

  9. LEARNING SKILLS

    Suppose you're just beginning to study the information in your third shipment of material. When can you expect the next shipment to be sent? A. When you submit a certain number of examinations in your current shipment B. When you call DIAL-A-QUESTION® and

  10. statistic

    A survey of households in a small town showed that in 500 of 1,200 sampled households, at least one member attended a town meeting during the year. Using the 95% level of confidence, what is the confidence interval for the proportion of households

  11. English

    1. She stood there, and she closed her eyes. 2. She stood there, closing her eyes. 3. She stood there, with her eyes closed. 4. While she stood there, she closed her eyes. 5. While she closed her eyes, she stood there. ------------------ Are the five

  12. English

    1. He stood silent. 2. He remained quiet. 3. He lay speechless. 4. He stood silently. 5. He stood quietly. 6. He was standing arrogantly. 7. He was standing silent. (Are they all grammatical? From #1 to #3, adjectives are used. In the other sentences,

  13. civics

    statistics show that internet usage in the United states has grown from just 41 percent of households in 2000 to 77 present household in 2012. Which best describes how the internet has contributed to cultural diffusion in the United states? I'm stuck I

  14. business statistics

    It has been reported that 10.3% of U.S. households do not own a vehicle, with 34.2% owning 2 vehicles, and 17.1% owning 3 or more vehicles. The data for a random sample of 100 households in a resort community are summarized in the frequency distribution

  15. Statistics

    3. A telephone company wants to estimate the porportion of households that would purchase an additional service line if it were made available at a substantially reduced cost. A random sample of 500 households is selected and the results indicate that 135

  16. Math

    The table shows the number of people in millions who participate in 5 sports in a recent year. About how many more people swam than played soccer? A.15 million B.21 million C.4 million D.35 million B? I got 18.8 and I think it rounds to 21

  17. Math. Explain

    From the digits 1, 2, 3, and 4, how many positive integers are less than 100,000? Consider the possibilities for 5-digit, 4-digit, 3-digit, 2-digit, and 1-digit numbers and repetition of digits. 1,364 1,024 256 A telephone dial has holes numbered from 0 to

  18. StatIstics

    "Household size" is defined as the number of people living in a household. In a sample of 1200 households in California in 2010, the average household size was 2.9 people. Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from this information? Select all

  19. Science

    [I picked d.] How many species are estimated to be living on earth? a.between 10,000 and 1,000,000 b.between 500,000 and 1 million c.between 1 and 5 million d.between 10 and 50 million http://faculty.plattsburgh.edu/thomas.wolosz/howmanysp.htm This is a

  20. Need help with math

    In a survey of 250 households regarding the ownership of desktop and laptop computers, the following information was obtained: ​ 130 households own only desktop computers. 30 households own only laptop computers. 50 households own neither desktop nor

  21. English

    1. She stood on her hand at the concert. 2. She stood on her hands at the concert. ------------------------------- Do we have to use 'hand' or 'hands'? Are both Okay? Which one is commonly used? • English - Writeacher Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 8:01am

  22. Algebra

    I need help solving these three problems. 1/4(7 + 3g) + -g/8 Twice the greater of two consecutive odd integers is 13 less than three times the lesser number. Find the integers. About 4.9 million households had one brand of personal computers in 2001. The

  23. Delta

    According to a previous report, 25% of households had some type of high-speed Internet connection. Suppose 8 households are selected at random and the number of households with high-speed Internet is recorded (a) Find the probability that exactly 3

  24. Stats

    According to a previous​ report, 15​% of households had some type of​ high-speed Internet connection. Suppose 12 households are selected at random and the number of households with​ high-speed Internet is recorded.​ (a) Find the probability that

  25. Calculus

    A popular search engine is targeting European countries where the number of online households is expected to grow at a steady rate. Data was taken over time, and it was found that the number of online houses (in millions) projected can be modeled by the

  26. Calculus

    A popular search engine is targeting European countries where the number of online households is expected to grow at a steady rate. Data was taken over time, and it was found that the number of online houses (in millions) projected can be modeled by the

  27. Calculus

    A popular search engine is targeting European countries where the number of online households is expected to grow at a steady rate. Data was taken over time, and it was found that the number of online houses (in millions) projected can be modeled by the

  28. Calculus

    A popular search engine is targeting European countries where the number of online households is expected to grow at a steady rate. Data was taken over time, and it was found that the number of online houses (in millions) projected can be modeled by the

  29. kuai or jai3

    To the nearest million, the number of households in the U.S. having television sets was 4 million in 1950 and 76 million in 1980. Express the first number as a fraction of the second.

  30. Statistics

    Option Seminar 2 5.19) According to data from the U.S. Energy information Administration, the 60.0 million U.S. households with personal computers were distributed as shown here with regard to geographic location and access to the Internet. The entries

  31. Math

    In 2016 there were ab out 135 million households in the United States. 36.5% of the households own at least one dog. On average, these households have 1.6 dogs. How many millions of pet dogs were in the United States. Round to the nearest tenth of a

  32. bus stats

    60% of households have internet, what is the probability that 3 randomly selected households will have internet?

  33. Calculus

    In a study prepared in 2000, the percentage of households using online banking was projected to be f(t) = 1.7e0.71t , (0 t 4) where t is measured in years, with t = 0 corresponding to the beginning of 2000. (Round your answers to three decimal places.) (a)

  34. Calculus

    The number of Internet host computers (computers connected directly to the Internet, for networks, bulletin boards, or online services) has been growing at the rate of f(x) = xe^(0.1x) million per year, where x is the number of years since 1990. Find the

  35. Math

    In a survey of 380 households regarding the ownership of VCRs and DVD players, the following data was obtained: ​ 350 households own one or more VCRs. ​180 households own one or more VCRs and one or more DVD players. ​13 households do not own a VCR

  36. Math

    Use of the Internet in a country is given by the function f(x)=0.485x^2-1.694x+0.315, where the output is in millions of users. In this formula x=6 corresponds to 1996, x=7 corresponds to 1997, and so on until x=20 corresponds to 2010. Estimate when the

  37. math: pre-calculus

    The Department of Commerce estimated that there were 53 million internet users in the country in 1999 and 90 million in 2002. Find an exponential function that the models the number of Internet users in year x, with x=0 corresponding to 1999.

  38. Statistics

    86.5% of European households have internet access. What is the probability that three randomly selected European households all have internet access?

  39. Math

    When they dial 3 and turn the oven on, it is like pushing the old button 3 times. That means if they start with one pizza in the oven, dial 3, and turn the oven on, they will get 27 pizzas. (33 = 27) Then if they dial -3 and turn the oven on it is like

  40. statistics

    Please help- A random sample of n=500 households where 150 have combined cable,phone, and internet service. Firrst, calculate p-hat, the sample proportion of households having such service. Then use a confidence level for pi, the proportion of all

  41. Math

    The function rule n=0.69p relates the population "p" and the number of "n" these people who used the internet. The number of people who used the internet was 202 million. What was the population? I am so confused, please help me with atleast the first

  42. word problem

    the function f(x)= 34.1 Ln x + 117.7 models the number of U.S. Internet users, f(x) in millions, x years after 1999. By which year will there be 250 million Internet users in the U.S.?

  43. Stats

    A random sample of n=500 households in a certain metropolitan area revealed that 150 have combined cable, phone and internet service. a.Calculate p-hat, the sample proportion of households having such service. b.Calculate a confidence interval for π, the

  44. Statistics

    The Food Marketing Institute shows that 18% of households spend more than $100 per week on groceries. Assume the population proportion is p = 0.18 and a sample of 900 households will be selected from the population What is the probability that the sample

  45. Economics-HELP!

    1. Consider testing of chemicals for potential carcinogens. To properly test each chemical costs $10 million. If Q chemicals are tested a typical household places value $(1 - 0.01×Q) on each chemical tested. There are 100 million households in the U.S.

  46. statitics

    Approximately 40% of all U.S. households own at least one dog (according to the humane society). Suppose 15 households are randomly selected for a pet ownership survey. a. What is the probability that exactly eight of the households have at least one dog?

  47. economics

    I tried answering b, but stuck with a. Can someone please take a look at this and help me out? Also check, if answer to b is correct? 1)Bob and Jane decide to open their own business selling ergonomically correct office furniture that Jane has designed.

  48. Pre-Cal

    A telephone dial has holes numbered from 0 to 9 inclusive, and eight of these holes are also lettered. How many different telephone numbers are possible with this dial, if each "number" consists of two letters followed by five numbers, where the first

  49. phone/internet

    Hi, this isn't anything to do with home work. (Thank God I'm done with homeschooling)But I have a question to do with internet connection. I just got a new phone yesterday, and it needs connection to the wireless internet at my house so i can use internet

  50. Finance

    8. Assume you just turned 28. You want to accumulate $3.5 million by your 65th birthday. Beginning next year, you will invest equal amounts each year until your 60th birthday. Your twin brother has the same goal, but he will wait 4 years before making his

  51. math

    you buy a bicycle lock with 4 dials to enter the combination. the first dial has numbers from 0 to 9, the next dial has numbers from 3 to 8, the next has numbers from 0 to 4 and the last has letters from A to Z. write the equation for the number possible

  52. Economics

    Hi, Could you please help me with the following question? Bob and Jane decide to open their own business selling ergonomically correct office furniture that Jane has designed. Assume they operate this business from leased office space near their home. Also

  53. Math

    A random survey of 500 households determines that 20% of the households would do so and that each participating household expects to recycle about 100 cans monthly with a standard deviation of 30 cans. Question (a) What is the 95% confidence interval

  54. math

    use the internet in a country is given by the function f(x) = 0.48x^2 - 1.694x +0.315, where the output is in millions of users. In this formula x = 6 corresponds to 1996. x = 7 corresponds to 1997, and so on until x = 20 corresponds to 2010. Estimate when

  55. math

    use the internet in a country is given by the function f(x) = 0.48x^2 - 1.694x +0.315, where the output is in millions of users. In this formula x = 6 corresponds to 1996. x = 7 corresponds to 1997, and so on until x = 20 corresponds to 2010. Estimate when

  56. Statistics

    A simple random sample of 10 households, the number of TV's that each household had is as follows: 1, 3, 1, 2, 0, 2, 1, 1, 1, 5 Assume that it is reasonable to believe that the population is approximately normal and the population standard deviation is

  57. math30

    1. Your city has 700 000 households, and the probability that a household has exactly one vehicle is 17/23. a) Determine the number of households that can be expected to have exactly one vehicle.

  58. Math

    Explain How You got the answer please, because the answer I keep getting doesn't even match any of the answers. A telephone dial has holes numbered from 0 to 9 inclusive, and eight of these holes are also lettered. How many different telephone numbers are

  59. Math

    Of households in the United States, 18 million, or 16%, have three or more vehicles, as stated in USA Today (June 12, 2002), quoting the Census Bureau as the source. (a) If two U.S. households are randomly selected, find the probability that both will have

  60. Algebra

    The function w(x) = – 0.01x^2 + 0.27x + 8.60 can be used to estimate the number of selfemployed workers in the U.S., in millions, x years after 1980. How many self-employed workers were there in the year 1995? A. 9.8 million B. 10.4 million C. 11.15

  61. Physics

    Compare 940 on the AM dial to 94 on the FM dial. Which has the longer wavelength and by what factor is it larger?

  62. Microeconomics

    Bob and Jane decide to open their own business selling ergonomically correct office furniture that Jane has designed. Assume they operate this business from leased office space near their home. Also assume that they lease their computer equipment and data

  63. algebra please help me

    pow 13 phone flub Alondra forgot Melissa's phone number. She did remember that the first three digits were 357- and that all the rest of the digits in the phone number were 2's and 9's and 7's. Alondra is determined to get in touch with Melissa. I'll just

  64. algebra PLEASE HELP ME

    pow 13 phone flub Alondra forgot Melissa's phone number. She did remember that the first three digits were 357- and that all the rest of the digits in the phone number were 2's and 9's and 7's. Alondra is determined to get in touch with Melissa. I'll just

  65. Politecnica

    2. A TV pollster believed that 70% of all TV households would be tuned in to Game 6 of the 1997 NBA Championship series between the Chicago Bulls and the Utah Jazz. A random sample of 500 TV households is selected. TV households is selected.

  66. 8th grade

    According to the CIA fact book there were 1018057384 internet users in 2005. The same source states that in 2005, Canada had 22 million internet users. What percentage of internet users in 2005 were canadian? Give the answer in standard, word, expanded

  67. Math

    According to the CIA fact book there were 1018057384 internet users in 2005. The same source states that in 2005, Canada had 22 million internet users. What percentage of internet users in 2005 were canadian? Give the answer in standard, word, expanded

  68. Maths

    According to the CIA fact book there were 1018057384 internet users in 2005. The same source states that in 2005, Canada had 22 million internet users. What percentage of internet users in 2005 were canadian? Give the answer in standard, word, expanded

  69. statistics

    The number of viewers of American Idol has a mean of 21 million with a standard deviation of 10 million. Assume this distribution follows a normal distribution. Refer to the table in Appendix B.1. What is the probability that next week's show will: (a)

  70. statistics

    The probability that a person has an unlisted telephone number is 0.15. The district manager of a political action group is phoning people urging them to vote. In a district with 416 households, all households have phones. What is the probability that the

  71. eth 125

    a. What do these statistics reveal about Asian diversity in America? b. What do you believe is the future of Asian diversity in America? Cultural Makeup 13.1 million U.S. residents are Asian or Asian in combination with other races 943,000 estimated number

  72. Pre Calculus 1

    thirty percent of a radioactive substance decays in four years. assuming the decay is exponential, find the half life of the substance. the beginning of 1975 the population of a country was 40 million and growing at a rate of 3% per year. Assume that the

  73. statistics

    How many TV's are there in your household?” was one of the questions on a questionnaire sent to 5000 people in Japan. The collected data resulted in the following distribution: Number of TVs/Household 0 1 2 3 4 5 or more Percentage 1.9 31.4 23.0 24.4

  74. business statistics

    It has been reported that 10.3% of U.S. households do not own a vehicle, with 34.2% owning 2 vehicles, and 17.1% owning 3 or more vehicles. The data for a random sample of 100 households in a resort community are summarized in the frequency distribution

  75. business statistics

    It has been reported that 10.3% of U.S. households do not own a vehicle, with 34.2% owning 2 vehicles, and 17.1% owning 3 or more vehicles. The data for a random sample of 100 households in a resort community are summarized in the frequency distribution

  76. college,stats/ PLZ HELP:( need it within nxt 6hrs

    Among Canadian households, 24% have telephone answering machines. If a telemarketing company contacts 2500 households find the probability that between 625 and 650 households, inclusive, have answering machines.

  77. business statistics

    It has been reported that 10.3% of U.S. households do not own a vehicle, with 34.2% owning 2 vehicles, and 17.1% owning 3 or more vehicles. The data for a random sample of 100 households in a resort community are summarized in the frequency distribution

  78. finance 370

    How did they round this number off. Value debt310 million +110 value equity million=.738=73.8% Then Value Equity over Value Of Debt +Value of Equtiy $310 million + 110 million=0.262=26.7% How did they get these number

  79. statistics

    Data from the latest census was analyzed. It was determined that one-parent households spend less on food away from home that do two-parent households. The mean amount spent by 30 one-parent households is $1876 and the standard deviation is $113. The mean

  80. Statistics

    Data from the latest census was analyzed. It was determined that one-parent households spend less on food away from home that do two-parent households. The mean amount spent by 30 one-parent households is $1876 and the standard deviation is $113. The mean

  81. Math

    Austin pays $1.50 per day for high speed internet after paying the equipment fee of $35.00. Identify the constant of proportionality that relates his internet charges (y) to the number of days (x) he has internet.

  82. english

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  83. Finance

    Rock Company acquired land 8 years ago for 2.2 million. Today it is valued at 5.8 million. Rock plans to build a new factory on the site which is estimated to cost 21.5 million plus addition building site preparation costs of 3.2 million. What is the

  84. macreconomics

    Due to an increase in the internet security threats, the government wants to apply a price control in this market to encourage more people to become internet security professionals. Assume that a wage control is set at $75,000. Will this increase the

  85. math

    The percent of homes with digital TV services, which stood at 6% at the beginning of 1999 (t = 0) was projected to grow linearly so that at the beginning of 2003 (t = 4) the percent of such homes was projected to be 28%. (a) Derive an equation of the line

  86. chemistry 113

    The AM band of radio waves are measured in kilohertz (kHz), which are the numbers you see on the AM radio dial. Therefore, a radio station at 610 on the AM dial has a frequency of 610 kHz or 610,500 Hz. What is the wavelength of the radio station that has

  87. English

    1. When you telephone from abroad, you should dial 096 first. 2. When you are telephone from abroad, you should dial 096 first. 3. Telephoning from abroad, you should dial 096 first. 4. Telephoned from abroad, you should dial 096 first. ------------------

  88. Math

    The distribution of the number of viewers for the American Idol television show follows a normal distribution with a mean of 27 million and a standard deviation of 10 million. A: Have between 29 and 37 million viewers? B: Have at least 21 million viewers?

  89. math

    There were 15.37 million licensed drivers in Texas in 2009 and 14.54 million in 2004. Find a formula for the number, N, of licensed drivers in the US as a function of t, the number of years since 2004, assuming growth is (a) Linear N(t)= million drivers

  90. statistics

    A TV pollster believes that 75% of all TV households would be tuned in to Game 6 of 1997 NBA Championship series between the Chicago Bulls and the Utah Jazz. A sample of 1000 TV households was selected and 722 indicated they were tuned into the game. Find

  91. statistics

    A TV pollster believes that 75% of all TV households would be tuned in to Game 6 of 1997 NBA Championship series between the Chicago Bulls and the Utah Jazz. A sample of 1000 TV households was selected and 722 indicated they were tuned into the game. Find

  92. QRB

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  93. Educational Technology

    'Scuse me, but I'd just like to check if my answer is right: 2. Which of the following is a true statement?: A. If it is printed or posted on the web, then it is a fact. B. Websites must go through a validity checker before they can be posted on the

  94. Finance

    Following are selected balance sheet accounts for Third State Bank: vault cash  $2 million; U.S. government securities  $5 million; demand deposits  $13 million; nontransactional accounts  $20 million; cash items in process of collection $4 million;

  95. chemistry please help

    The FM band of radio waves are measured in megahertz (MHz), which are the numbers you see on the radio dial. Therefore, a radio station at 102.5 on the FM dial has a frequency of 102.5 MHz or 102,500,000 Hz. What is the wavelength of the radio station that

  96. STATISTICS HELP!!!!!!!

    The probability that a person has an unlisted telephone number is 0.15. The district manager of a political action group is phoning people urging them to vote. In a district with 416 households, all households have phones. What is the probability that the

  97. Geometry

    A group of 60 households drank a total of 138 liters of water in a day. Estimate the average number of liters of water that one of the households drank in a day. Be sure to report a meaningful quantity.

  98. math

    XYZ Oil Company has consistently lost $8 million each year for the past 7 years. Express the total loss as an integer. A) $8 million B) -$8 million C) $48 million D) -$56 million

  99. Statistics

    I took a large sample of households in a city, and based on that, estimate the standard deviation of the income for all households in the city is $800. In order to make a desired conclusion about the income for all the households in the city, I want the

  100. Statistics and Probability

    I took a large sample of households in a city, and based on that, estimate the standard deviation of the income for all households in the city is $800. In order to make a desired conclusion about the income for all the households in the city, I want the

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