On the sixth day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me, six geese-a-laying. The eggs they were a-laying were normally distributed and had a mean of 7cm and standard deviation of 2cm. What is the probability that if you randomly

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  1. Science

    Egg-laying land animals have evolved to produce eggs with tough shells to ensure that 1 external fertilization can take place. 2 the egg and sperm can fuse 3 parental care is unnecessary*** 4 the developing embryo does no dry out

  2. Maths

    A shopkeeper purchases 50 dozen eggs at Rs. 16 per dozen. Of these 40 eggs were found to be broken. At what price should he sell the remaining eggs in order to make a profit of 5%?

  3. maths

    a man bought 360 eggs at rs 12 per dozen. 60 eggs were broken and 30 were rotten. find his profit and loss percent . if he sells the rest of the eggs at rs 15 per dozen.

  4. HELP PLZ MATH

    There are 12 ducks and 15 geese swimming in a pool. What is the ratio to geese to total birds at the pond? A) 12:27 B) 27:12 C) 15:27 D) 27:15 Plz help

  5. statistics

    investigators at an agricultural research facility randomly assigned equal numbers of chicken to be housed in two rooms. In room #1, chickens experienced normal day/night cycles. In the other room, lights were left on 24 hours a day. The objective was to

  6. Algebra 1 thx

    Antonia is saving for a video game. On the first day, she saves two dollars in her piggy bank. Each day after that, she doubles the number of dollars she saved on the previous day. How many dollars does she save on the sixth day?

  7. College Algebra

    A chicken farm ideally produces 300,000 eggs per day, but this total can vary by as much as 12,500 eggs per day. What is the maximum and minimum expected production at the farm?

  8. Main Ideas

    Both Seagulls and wild geese are large birds. They're also similar in that both kinds of birds can fly over great distances. On the other hand, seagulls are scavengers, while wild geese aren't. Seagulls, for example, are often found around garbage dumps.

  9. mathematics

    out of 150 eggs in a basket, 25 eggs were found rotten. find the ratio of: 1.rotten eggs in the good eggs 2. rotten eggs to the total eggs 3. good eggs to the total eggs

  10. math

    A basket contained 75 brown eggs and some white eggs. Salima found that 15% of the total number of eggs were rotten. Of the rotten eggs,2/3 were white and the remaining 6 were brown. a) How many white eggs were there altogether? b) How many eggs were not

  11. main idea

    This question is based on the following passage. Both Seagulls and wild geese are large birds. They're also similar in that both kinds of birds can fly over great distances. On the other hand, seagulls are scavengers, while wild geese aren't. Seagulls, for

  12. math

    A farmer collected some eggs from his farm and found b eggs broken. He packed the remaining eggs in c egg cartons. Each egg carton can hold a dozen eggs and no eggs were leftover. Write an algebraic expression for the number of eggs he collected initially

  13. Mathematics

    A SELLER bought 120 eggs for #250. Out of these, 20 eggs got cracked and were sold at 50 each. The remaining eggs she later sold for #2.75 each. Find the percentage gain.

  14. math

    a farmer examines 25 cartons of eggs 3 contain cracked eggs whats the best prediction that in the number of cracked eggs in the delivery of 500

  15. mathematcis

    An egg salesman was asked how many eggs he had sold that day. He replied, "My first customer said, 'I'll buy half of your eggs plus half of an eggs.' My second and third customers made the same order as customer number one. When I had filled all three

  16. English

    Which idea from the paragraph below is important to include in a summary? The platypus is an Australian mammal that does not fall neatly into a classification. It is one of only two mammals (the other being the echidna) that bear young by laying eggs. In

  17. Math

    The college president asks the statistics teacher to estimate the average age of the students at their college. How large a sample is necessary? The statistics teacher decides the estimate should be accurate within half year and be 92% confident. From a

  18. math

    Farmer john has hens, geese, ducks, and two goats the number of hens equals the number if geese and ducks combined . There are 5 fewer geese than ducks. If the total number of animals is 40 how many are ducks

  19. math

    A sixth-grade class has 20 total students, while the entire middle school has 1,000 students. A census is taken of the entire school’s population to see on which day of the week every student was born. Theoretically, 14.3%, or 1/7 of the students should

  20. math

    frank has 100 geese and cows on his farm. The animals have a total of 340 legs. How many geese and cows does frank have?

  21. math

    a grocer bought 25 dozens of eggs for Rs 525. out of these, 18 eggs were found to be rotten. he sold the remaining eggs at the rate of Rs 26 per dozen. find his gain or loss percent.

  22. math

    A woman bought 50 dozen eggs at ₹16 a dozen. Out of these,20 eggs were found to be broken. She sold the remaining eggs at ₹1.50 per egg. Find her gain or loss percent.

  23. Math

    Please very urgent.. I'm begging. A market woman buys an eggs at the rate of 10 eggs for N60. 8 of the eggs were broken, so she sold the remaining at the rate of 4eggs for N24 and makes profit of 12 . How many eggs did she buy

  24. m/c

    Which of the following refers to when a researcher gathers data from a sample and uses the statistics generated to reach conclusions about the population from which the sample was taken? inferential statistics holistic statistics conclusive statistics

  25. algebra

    a farmer is taking her eggs to market in her cart, but she hits a pothole, whick knocks over all the containers of eggs. Though she herself is unhurt, every egg is broken. So she goes to the insurance agent who asks her how many eggs she had. She says she

  26. Math

    Mrs yip had some eggs in a basket .she took out 3/5of the eggs to bake some biscuits and egg tarts .she used 2/3 of the eggs taken out to bake biscuits .what fraction of the total number of eggs was used to bake biscuits ?

  27. Psychology

    An essential part of scientific thinking is not only how to use statistics correctly, but also how to identify the misuse of statistics. Our textbook authors suggest that students should: Answer distrust all statistics because they convey a false

  28. math

    A peddler is taking eggs to the market to sell. The eggs are in a cart that holds up to 500 eggs. If the eggs are removed from the cart 2,3,4,5, or 6 at a time, one egg is always left over. If the eggs are removed 7 at time, no eggs are left over. How many

  29. mathematics

    there is 1500 poultry on a farm. 40% are chicken. 2/3 are the remainder ducks and the rest are geese. What percentage of poultry of geese?

  30. Mathematics

    A market woman buys N eggs at the rate of 12eggs for 60.8naira.8 of the eggs wer broken,so she sold the remaining at the rate of 4 eggs for 24naira and make a profit of 12naira.How many eggs did she buy.

  31. math

    Alec bought 3 trays of eggs each containing 30 eggs. She paid sh270 for each tray of eggs. Nine eggs were eaten at home and the rest were sold. If Maria made a profit of 20%, how much did she sell each egg?

  32. Math

    There are 1500 poultry on a farm. 40% are chickens 2 third of the remainder are ducks and the rest are geese what percentage of the poultry are geese

  33. Math

    There are 1500 poultry on a farm. 40% are chickens, 2/3 of the ramainder are ducks and the rest are geese. What percentage of the poultry are geese?

  34. mathematics

    An egg-seller sold 2 eggs more than half the number of eggs in his basket. He then sold 2 eggs fewer than half of the remaining eggs in his basket. If he was left with 28 eggs, how many eggs were in the basket at first?

  35. mathematics

    evng .my teacher gave me this as a homework but i dnt undertand. 1.In a GP the 3rd term is equal to four times the first term and the sixth term is equal to three times the fourth term plus 32. Determine the sequence.

  36. math

    farmer brown just bought 100 animals. He spent $600 but can't remember how many of each animal he bought. Geese are $21, guinea pigs are $8 and chooks are $3. He remembers he bought an even number of geese. How many of each did he buy?

  37. science

    are these correct as to physical and chemical 1. Heat pan. [P] 2. Melt butter. [P] 3. Crack desired number of eggs into a mixing bowl. [P] 4 Add milk to eggs. [P] 5 Add salt and pepper. [P] 6 Beat eggs, milk and seasonings. [P] 7 Add egg mixture to heated

  38. science

    Egg-laying land animals have evolved to produce eggs with tough shells to ensure that A .external fertilization can take place. B.the egg and sperm can fuse C.parental care is unnecessary*** D. the developing embryo does no dry out

  39. Stats

    On the fourth day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me….four calling birds. They weren’t calling birds until they each got a cell phone. Each of the birds randomly selected their phone service independently and got together for lunch (seeds, of course

  40. Maths

    A trader purchased 10 dozen eggs at 300 naira per dozen. On getting to his shop, he found that 20 eggs were broken. How much did he sell the remaining eggs if he made a pro fit of 10%?

  41. Statistics

    On the sixth day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me, six geese-a-laying. The eggs they were a-laying were normally distributed and had a mean of 7cm and standard deviation of 2cm. What is the probability that if you randomly select one egg from each of

  42. statistics

    On the sixth day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me, six geese-a-laying. The eggs they were a-laying were normally distributed and had a mean of 7cm and standard deviation of 2cm. What is the probability that if you randomly select one egg from each of

  43. statistics

    On the second day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me….two turtle doves. The pet store that my Statistics teacher frequents has 25 doves, of which 8 are turtle doves. (See * below. This is not a trick question as turtle doves really do exist. If you are

  44. Math

    1. As the geese are sitting in a row on their feeder, the first goose eats m kernels of cracked corn. Each goose in the row then eats 1 less than twice the number of kernels eaten by the previous goose. Which of the numbered choices expresses the total

  45. Statistics

    On the fifth day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me….five golden rings. The rings from which she could select were: 10 golden rings, 5 silver rings and 3 platinum rings. Knowing that your Statistics teacher would naturally have randomly selected the

  46. Math

    The number of eggs Meg collected over the week were: Monday=8 eggs, Tuesday =5 eggs, Wednesday=6 eggs , Thursday=7 eggs, Friday=6 eggs, Saturday=5 eggs. By Sunday the weeks average was 6 eggs per day. How many eggs were collected on Sunday?

  47. Math

    A flock of geese on a pond was being observed continuously. At 1:00pm, 1/5 of the geese flew away. At 2:00pm, 1/8 of the geese that remained flew away. At 3:00pm, 3 times as many geese has had flown away at 1:00pm flew away, leaving 28 geese on the pond.

  48. P6 maths

    Mrs Raja and Mrs lee have some eggs to sell. If mrs raja sells 30 eggs per day and mrs lee sells 15 eggs per day , mrs lee will still have 610 eggs left when mrs raja has sold all her eggs . If mrs lee sells 30 eggs per day and mrs raja sells 10 eggs per

  49. displaying data

    The data shown estimate the number of flea eggs produced over a period of days. Day No. of Eggs 1 436 2 495 3 575 4 444 5 754 6 915 7 945 8 655 9 782 10 704 11 590 12 411 13 547 14 584 Day No. of Eggs 15 550 16 487 17 585 18 549 19 475 20 435 21 523 22 390

  50. Math

    At the beggining of the day some small eggs and some large eggs were on sale at the ratio 3:2. At the end of that day, 260 small eggs and 1/2 of the large eggs were sold. The ratio of the remaining small ones to the remainig large ones became 2:5. How many

  51. maths

    A vendor has some eggs.4 eggs were broken. Half the remaining were sold out. In that 30 eggs were remaining at the end of the day. How many eggs he start with

  52. Math

    Harry went to collect eggs from four chicken coops. At the first coop he collected the eggs and put them in the basket.at the next coop,he doubled what he had.At the third coop, he collected 6 more but dropped and broke two on his way to the fourth coop.

  53. stats

    On the third day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me….three French hens. Because she is in a hurry, she randomly selects three pets from the local pet store. Find the probability that she selected three French hens. Hens Chickens French 10 20 American

  54. Statistics

    On the third day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me….three French hens. Because she is in a hurry, she randomly selects three pets from the local pet store. Find the probability that she selected three French hens. Hens Chickens French 10 20 American

  55. maths

    Bob works in construction and works 8 hours each day. (a) if he spends 7/12 of the time mixing cement and the remainder of the time laying bricks. How much time does he spend laying bricks each day? (b) Bob's supervisor wants him to spend the same amount

  56. 8th grade math

    Every year on the first day of Christmas my true love gives me one gift, a partridge in a pear tree. On the second day of Christmas my true love gives me a total of three gifts, two turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree. This will go on until the

  57. College Algebra

    A chicken farm ideally produces 300,000 eggs per day, but this total can vary by as much as 12,500 eggs per day. What is the maximum and minimum expected production at the farm?

  58. science

    I boiled eggs in organce and apple juice to see if the eggs would boil. The eggs boiled. I didn't think the eggs would boil because of the acidity in the orange and apple juice. I got B- on my sciene project. My science teacher wants for me to improve my

  59. statistics

    Use the following information to calculate the lower and upper fence: A teacher was interested in how many text messages teenagers got per day. He randomly selected 70 students and asked them how many text messages they received the previous day. The mean

  60. maths

    Mr john has 350 layers, on the average, each hen lays two eggs per day.how many eggs will he expect after six days?

  61. MATH

    A farmer walks into a store and heads for the counter. On the counter is a basket of hard-boiled eggs. The farmer says to the cashier,"I'll take half of your eggs plus half an egg." The next day he walks in the store and says to the cashier,"I'll take half

  62. math

    A farmer walks into a store and heads for the counter. On the counter is a basket of hard-boiled eggs. The farmer says to the cashier,"I'll take half of your eggs plus half an egg." The next day he walks in the store and says to the cashier,"I'll take half

  63. English

    Between the sixth and seventh floors of the building in the stairwell over in the corner. Hi Teacher, how in the world do i fix this? Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Sorry, but whatever you want fixed does not show! Between the sixth

  64. Math

    Ahmed buys two dozen eggs. As he is cooking one day he discovers that three of the two dozen eggs have double yolks! Based on this experiment, what is the experimental probability of selecting a double yolk egg from a pack of eggs? A.10% B. 12% C. 12.5% D.

  65. Algebra

    Need to get these checked-- 33. What is the area of a square with the dimension of 1 + sqrt of 2? 9.64 34. A matrix with 5 columns and six rows added to another matrix with 5 columns and 6 rows would result in a matrix with: a. 12 columns and 10 rows b. 5

  66. algebra

    A peddler is taking eggs to market to sell. The eggs are in a cart that holds up to 500 eggs. If the eggs are removed from the cart 2, 3, 4, 5,or 6 at a time, one egg is always left over. If the eggs are removed 7 at a time, no eggs are left over. How many

  67. math

    6 eggs $1.00 12 eggs $2.00 18 eggs $3.00 What is the constant proportionality that relates the price to the quantity of eggs?

  68. Grammar

    Under the rule of punctuating sentences. Does this sentence seem right.or does the original sentence need no change. (1- Original Sentence) Between the sixth and seventh floors of the building in the stairwell over in the corner. My answer- The ball

  69. math

    3 ducks and 1 chick cost the same as 2 geese. one duck, 2 chicks, and 3 geese cost $25. what is the price of each? i get: 3d+c=2g d+2c+3g=$25 i'm stuck from there. is there something missing? thanks in advance for any help.

  70. math

    There are 1500 poultry on a farm. 40% are chickens, 2/3 of the ramainder are ducks and the rest are geese. What percentage of the poultry are geese?

  71. Math

    A man bought 360 eggs at rs 12 per dozen. 60 eggs were broken and 30 eggs were rotten. Find his profit or loss percent, if he sells the rest of the eggs at rs 15 per dozen.

  72. Math

    A market woman buys an eggs at the rate of 10 eggs for N60. 8 of the eggs were broken, so she sold the remaining at the rate of 4eggs for N24 and makes profit of 12 . How many eggs did she buy

  73. math

    If the average chicken lays 6 eggs in 7 days, how many chickens on average are needed to obtain 163 eggs per day?

  74. Profit and Loss

    A mam brought 360 eggs at 18Rs. per dozen .40 eggs were broken and 20 eggs were rotten .What would be his profit or loss if he sells the left of the eggs at 20 Rs. per dozen ?

  75. english

    my teacher gave me this homework... write a story about a student or you who lived in george washington day? i don't get this can somebody give me an example? thank you

  76. Math

    A farmer has 4 cartons of specialty eggs for sale. Each carton contains 12 eggs. If 2/3 of the eggs are brown eggs, what is the total number of brown eggs he has for sale?

  77. Math

    Tom have 100 geese and cows on his far. All in total there are 340 legs. How many geese and how many cows are there.

  78. Estimate with 2-Digit Divisors

    Farmer Theo sells cases of chicken eggs with 30 dozen eggs in a case. If he has 9,370 eggs, about how many cases of eggs does he have? A 20 B 17 C 30 D 35

  79. Math

    If Jenna has 25 hens, and each hen gives 35 eggs a day, how many eggs will Jenna have in a week

  80. stats

    On the seventh day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me --- seven swans a-swimming. But can they swim faster than American Olympic gold medallist Michael Phelps? Michael can swim the 200 meter butterfly in 1 minute 54 seconds (which is 114 seconds). In the

  81. Ms.Susy Please Help With Time!!!!!!

    My sub teacher today gave us a time problem on our homework. We haven't worked with time yet so I'm not quite sure I got it right: Ed started work at 8:45 AM. He stopped for lunch at 12:00 PM and went back to work at 12:45 PM. He quit for the day at 6:15

  82. Math

    There are 50098 eggs. 980 of eggs crack and 3067 of them got stolen so how many of the eggs are left. No calculator challenge.

  83. Math

    Mary brought home 1/2 dozen eggs. He accidently dropped the carton on the flor and 1/3 of the eggs broke. How many eggs does she have left?

  84. English

    I writing narrative story on theme that With independence comes amplified accountability. teacher say it be good if it be third person narrative. though i not know what to write about, teacher show us example and one which a girl write be through a birds

  85. Maths

    John bought hundred eggs for Rs.40 out of these four eggs were found to be broken and he sold the remaining eggs at the rate of Rs.7.50 per dozen.find his gain or loss percent

  86. Math

    I'm having alot of problems with the problem. I don't want the answer but I need to know how to figure it out to get the answer. To put it in another way I don't know where to start. A farmer takes to market in her cart, but she hit a pothole, which knock

  87. Math

    Mary brought home 1/2 dozen eggs. He accidently dropped the carton on the flor and 1/3 of the eggs broke. How many eggs does she have left? Ms. Sue I still don't understand your answer, please. Thank you

  88. Don't even know what subject

    1) Identify and explain two features that show how the Hyracotherium Is related to the Equus (the modern day horse). So.. My teacher wants me to do this... but gave me no resources, and we haven't touched this topic and never will the entire school year...

  89. Maths

    Sanya bought 250 cartons with 20 eggs each. 5 eggs got spoilt. how many eggs were there which can be used

  90. stats

    On the ninth day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me --- nine ladies dancing. These nine ladies dancing are the backup dancers for In Sync. It is well known that if dancers don’t warm up adequately before dancing, the dancers will be Out of Sync and may

  91. Physics

    A wildlife researcher is tracking a flock of geese. The geese fly 5.0km due west, then turn toward the north by 35∘ and fly another 3.0km . How far west are they of their initial position? What is the magnitude of their displacement?

  92. statistics

    explain clearly the three meaning of "statistics" contained in the statement below "you compute statistics from statistics by statistics"

  93. English

    1. He is a social science teacher. 2. He is teacher. 3. She is a home economics teacher. 4. She is a HE teacher. 5. She is a technical arts and homemaking teacher. 6. She is a TAH teacher. 7. She is a healthe education teacher. 8. She is a HE teacher. 9.

  94. Math

    Ethel went to the farmers market to buy some eggs (not in a dozen cartons) on the way to the car she accidentally dropped the basket off eggs and all her eggs broke she couldn’t remember the exact number of eggs,but when she picked them out two at a time

  95. Algebra2/Trig

    sqr(x^2-4)+(x^2)/x^2+1 I got ((x^2+1)*sqr(x^2-4)+x^2)/x^2+1 But my teacher gave (sqr(x^2-4)+x^2)/x^2+1 I did the problem over again but I can't figure out why my teacher got the answer. Can someone confirm that my teacher is right or am I right? sqr=square

  96. math

    I bought 12 dozens of eggs at Rs 7.20 per dozen .Eighteen eggs were broken .I sold the remaining eggs at the rate of Rs 7.50 per dozen .find my gain or loss.answer is Rs 7.65

  97. math

    a man bought 360 eggs at rs 12 per dozen. 60 eggs were broken and 30 were rotten. find his profit and loss percent . if he sells the rest of the eggs at rs 15 per dozen.

  98. English

    Can you check the mistakes in the following paragraph please? One day, at primary school, a stressed and bored nine-year-old girl didn’t know what to do as she found school lessons really uninteresting. So she decided to do something amazing to surprise

  99. Maths

    A grocer bought 25 dozen of eggs for Rs 525 .Out of these ,18 eggs were found to be rotten .He sold remaining eggs at the rate of Rs 26 per dozen .Find his gain or loss per cent

  100. math

    adnan bought 96 eggs at the rate of rs.40 per dozen and sold at the rate of rs.4 per eggs find the percentage of profit if 3 eggs were rotten

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