The number of crimes that occurred in a certain city per 1000 people had decreased from 45.6 in 1920 to 45.1 in 1970. Find the average rate of change in the number of crimes per 1000 people that occurred from

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  1. MATH

    1. The population of a city increases by 4000 people each year. In 2025, the population is projected to be 450,000 people. What is an equation that gives the city's population p (in thousands of people) x years after 2010? A) p=4x+450 B)p-450=4(x-5)

  2. Algebra

    Check My answers Please- 1. 3(y + 1) for y = 2 a.6 b.9*** c.7 d.8 2. d + g/h for d = 45, g = 18, and h = 9 a.6*** b.7 c.3 d.4 3.The cost in dollars of a class party is 59 + 13n, where n is the number of people attending. What is the cost for 44 people?

  3. check answers pls

    1. 3(y+1) for y=2 A.6 B.9** c.7 D.8 2.d+g/h for d=35 , g=19 , and h=6 A.9** B.2.7 C.7.3 D.8 3. the cost in dollars of a field trip is 64+14n , where n is the number of people attending . what is the cost for 48 people? A. $736** B. $126 C. $896 D. $910 4.

  4. Math

    A theater group made appearances in two cities. The hotel charge before tax in the second city was $1000 higher than in the first. The tax in the first city was 4% , and the tax in the second city was 7% . The total hotel tax paid for the two cities was

  5. College Algebra

    The number of crimes that occurred in a certain city per 1000 people had decreased from 45.6 in 1920 to 45.1 in 1970. Find the average rate of change in the number of crimes per 1000 people that occurred from 1920 to 1970.

  6. math

    A psychologist conducts a survey about the number of days per year a person was happy compared to the number of rainy days that occurred in their city. Let y be the number of days per year the person felt happy, and let x be the number of rainy days that

  7. History

    The term "life expectancy" refers to what? A) number of babies born per year. B) number of people per square mile. C) average deaths per 1000 people. D) average age before deathn

  8. College Algebra

    Write a sentence explaining the meaning of the slope and y-intercept for the given linear relation. According to the Statistical Abstract of the United States, the number of crimes, C, reported since 1998 is given by the equation: C=31000-29t where t is in

  9. Daily Roman LifePlease Help.

    1. Who could be a citizen of Rome? A) men B) women C) slaves D) resident aliens 2. Villas were estates outside of the city with lots of land around them. True or False 3. Slaves in ancient Rome could be, all of the following except______ A) owned by poor

  10. History

    Use the chart titled "Population Growth in New York City, 1800-1890", to answer the following question. Between 1800 and 1890, the population of New York City changed by about how many people? A. Decreased by more than three-quarters B. Increased more than

  11. Geography (world studies) 6th grade

    The term "life expectancy" refers to what? * A. number of babies born per year. B. number of people per square mile. C. average age before death. D. average deaths per 1000 people. My answer is C.

  12. algebra

    A shoe company wants to gauge opinions of a new shoe design. They send out 100 pairs to people in four different cities, but because of cost constraints they can interview only 40 people total. They randomly choose 10 people from each city to interview.

  13. Polotics

    What is City Hall? Why do people go to City Hall? What is another name for City Hall? What is the purpose of advertising City Hall? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Town_hall

  14. history

    With over eight million people, New York City is the most heavily populated city in the U.S. Between 1800 and 1900, the population of New York increased from about 80,000 to over three million people. In the years after the Civil War, the population of New

  15. Maths

    A number decreased by 30 is the same as 14 decreased by 3 times the number. Find the number. Explain!

  16. Algebriac Expressions

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  17. College algebra

    how do you find the population (in thousands) of people of a city is growing according to the function P(t)=1500(2)^0.144t, where t is the number of years since 2001. I need to find the population of the city in 2001 and in 2008.

  18. SOCIAL STUDIES

    Why did cartoonist Thomas Nast portray Boss William as a vulture feeding on the city of New York? A.) Because tweed had a controlled labor in the city B.) Because tweed had created the city out of a huge amount of money C.) Because tweed gave loans to the

  19. History

    19.)With over eight million people, New York City is most heavily populated city in the U.S Between 1800 & 1900, the population of New York increased from about 80,000 to over three million people. In the years after the Civil War, the population of New

  20. Math

    Martin wants to make a scatter plot comparing the temperature outside with the number of people at the city swimming pool. Which of the following trends would most likely represent the data? A/There is no relationship between the temperature and the number

  21. psychology

    1) The police chief of New City states publicly that she sees a direct relationship between teenage arrests in New City for violent crimes and the popularity among New City teens of especially violent television shows. Design a correlational study to

  22. math!!

    1. 2(y+1)= for y =2 a. 6 b. 5 c. 7 d. 8 2. d+g ------ for d = 35, g = 19, and h=6 h a. 9 b. 2.7 c. 7.3 d. 8 3.The cost in dollars of a class party is 59 + 13n is the number of people attending. What is the cost of 44 people? a.$116 b.$587 c.$767 d.$631

  23. Math 0098

    A theater group made appearances in two cities. The hotel charge before tax in the second city was $1000 lower than in the first. The tax in the first city was 5.5% , and the tax in the second city was 5%. The total hotel tax paid for the two cities was

  24. Math

    1. The sum of a number and 2 is 6 less than twice that number. 2. A rectangular garden has a width that is 8 feet less than twice the length. Find the dimensions if the perimeter is 20 feet. 3. Complementary angles sum up to equal 90 degrees. Find the

  25. Math

    Sarah flipped a pair of coins 60 times on 24 occasions, heads appeared on both coins. How is this outcome different from the expected outcome? It occurred 9 more times than expected it occurred 4 more times than expected It occurred 6 fewer times than

  26. maths

    newspaper reporter wants to know how popular the hobby of bird watching is in the city. He asked people at the local bird refuge if they watched birds as a hobby. Which of the following best explains whether the reporter's data is valid or not? A. The data

  27. math HELP!!!!!!

    A newspaper reporter wants to know how popular the hobby of bird watching is in the city. He asked people at the local bird refuge if they watched birds as a hobby. Which of the following best explains whether the reporter's data is valid or not? A. The

  28. physics

    An airplane flies 200km due west from city A to city B and then 305km in the direction of 33.5 degrees north of west from city B to city C. a.) in straight-line distance, how far is city C from city A? b.) relative to city A,in what direction is city C?

  29. Math

    The population, in millions, of a city t years after 2000 is given by the function P(t) = 2.9 - 0.008t. Which statement is true? A. The population is increasing by 8,000 people per year. B. The population is decreasing by 8,000 people per year. C. They

  30. algebra

    the number of crimes that occurred in a certian city per 1000 people has decreased from 46.3 in 1920 to 44.9 in 1990 find the average rate of charge in the number of crimes per 1000 people that occurred from 1920 to 1990

  31. college statistics

    In Chapter 5, Exercise 9, we studied the variability of crime rates and police expenditures in the eastern and Midwestern United States. We’ve now been asked to investigate the hypothesis that the number of crimes is related to police expenditures per

  32. History

    13.)With over eight million people, New York City is the most heavily populated city in the U.S. Between 1800 and 1900, the population of New York increased from about 80,000 to over three million people. In the years after the Civil War, the population of

  33. Business

    Crimes That Harm Business Versus Crimes Committed by Business Which do you believe presents the greatest threat to civil society: a corporation that commits crimes (e.g., murder, environmental crimes, or bribery, etc.), or persons who commit crimes that

  34. American Gov't

    Which is not an argument in support of hate crimes legislation? 1.)Hate crimes legislation sends a message that the United States does not support bigotry. 2.) Hate crimes legislation ensures that perpetrators of these crimes receive serious punishment. My

  35. social studies

    Due to urbanization that occurred during the Industrial Revolution, A.people tended to stay in one place instead of migrating B.factory workers could live outside the city and work in the city C.cities were overcrowded and diseased spread more rapidly

  36. Government

    Which is not an argument in support of hate crimes legislation? a. Hate crimes legislation sends a message that the United States does not support bigotry. b. Hate crimes legislation ensures that perpetrators of these crimes receive serious punishment. c.

  37. Stat

    For a recent year the following are the numbers that occurred each month in a city. use a .05 significance level to test the claim that homicides in the city are equally likely for each of the 12 months calculate test statistics, x^2 and p value Month.

  38. History

    With over eight million people, New York City is the most heavily populated city in the U.S. Between 1800 and 1900, the population of New York increased from about 80,000 to over three million people. In the years after the Civil War, the population of New

  39. english fixed-3

    here's what i did for number 4. The world is deserting because we are taking water for granted. If people continue to waste water, the earth’s structure will change and it will be the main cause of earthquake and potentially a tsunami. and for number 5.

  40. Criminal Justice

    . The largest category of convictions for felonies is: A) drug offenses. B) violent crimes. C) sexual crimes. D) property crimes.

  41. Criminology

    . The largest category of convictions for felonies is: A) drug offenses. B) violent crimes. C) sexual crimes. D) property crimes. I think its A Im not sure though... I tried looking it up in my notes and book. I am trying! Believe me.

  42. MAth

    Determine when the Hamilton method gives an Alabama paradox and who lost the representative. Increase the committee size by one seat at a time, starting from an 8-member committee. Given: City A, City B, and City C are cooperating to build a community

  43. math,probability

    I only need someone to check my answers for two questions. 1) In a survey of 1000 people about emergency living expense savings .... the following results were retained (basically the number of months the person could live on savings): Group 1 2 3 4 Time

  44. math

    At the first tri-city meeting there are 8 people from town A, 7 people from town b and 5 people from town c. If a council consisting of 5 people is randomly selected, find the probability that 3 are from town A and 2 from town b. I know that the

  45. Statistics

    City A has 1,000,000 people; City B has 4,000,000 people. Suppose the goal is to try to predict the percent of Purple Party voters in a sample. Other things being equal, a simple random sample of 1% of the people in City A has about the same accuracy as a

  46. math

    In which of the following situations is there most likely to be correlation without causation? the number of people who work in an office building and the number of desks in the office building the number of cars in a city and the number of police officers

  47. precal

    The Census Bureau reported that the population of the United States in 1995 was 262.9 million. Referring to the statistics on the second page of the Background Information for Project 4, how many crimes committed in 1995 occurred in the South? The

  48. Economics

    There are 1,000 hot dog stands in Chicago at any given moment. Due to health concerns, a significant number of families move out of the city. Would there be a shift in the demand curve, the supply curve, or both? I'm thinking that if this significant

  49. Criminal Justice

    Do you consider the major crimes listed in the FBI crime index to be male in se? I would say that they are both male in se and male in prohibita considering the major crimes are both illegal by law and wrong in itself. Could I be wrong here? Would any of

  50. SOC120

    • Compose a 200- to 300-word response to the following: • • Explain urban growth trends in the world’s poorest countries. What causes urbanization in poor countries? • • Choose a major city in a poor, developing country and research how

  51. Government/Social Studies

    I have to locate information about racially motivated events and/or crimes that occurred between 1980 - 2000, that resulted in changes in the law or school policies. Where do I start? Please help!!

  52. Calculus

    The number of people expected to have a disease in t years is given by y(t)=A•3^(t/4) i) if now year(2016) the number of people having disease is 1000, find the value of A? ii) how many people expected to have the disease in five years? iii) when are

  53. Calculus

    The number of people expected to have a disease in t years is given by y(t) = A.3^(t/a) (i) If now (year 2016) the number of people having the disease is 1000, find the value of A. (ii) How many people are expected to have the disease in five years? (iii)

  54. Calculus

    The number of people expected to have a disease in t years is given by y(t) = A.3^(t/a) (i) If now (year 2016) the number of people having the disease is 1000, find the value of A. (ii) How many people are expected to have the disease in five years? (iii)

  55. Help me please

    Find a number that is decreased by 12 when you form half of the number, explain how you got your answer. It reads to me that n/2 + 12 = n multiply each side by two... n+24=2n subtract n from both sides n-n+24 = 2n-n 24=n check it. Take one half of 24, or

  56. Government Check

    What is the primary claim made by those who oppose hate crimes legislation? a)There is no way to catch all perpetrators of hate crimes, so all perpetrators should be punished equally. =b)There is no way to determine the motivations behind a crime, so all

  57. Sociology

    Hello, I need help finding statistics for this assignment. I have tried to google for some, but maybe I am doing this wrong. Here is the assignment: Compose a 200- to 300-word response to the following: o Explain urban growth trends in the world’s

  58. math

    an airplane flew from a city x on a bearing 225 to another city y a distance 200 km away.It then flew from city y on a bearing of N30 W to city Z a distance of 250 km. calculate 1.the distance from city x to city z correct to the nearest whole number. 2.

  59. Statistics

    In the following two questions, identify which choices would be considered inferential statistics. 1. of 500 randomly selected people in new york city, 210 people had O+ blood. a) "42 percent of the people in NYC have O+ blood" Is the statement descriptive

  60. Algebra

    (I skipped the lengthy work problem background as it is irrelevant) The number of bacteria needed to break down an oil spill is 1000000 per millitre of oil. The bacteria double in number every two days.The starting concentration of bacteria is 1000

  61. Social

    Crimes are committed because... -mental issues -for protection -financial difficulties -revenge -attention seeking as for this people receive punishments for each of these reasons for committing crimes write down a solution this is what i got for: -mental

  62. Social

    Crimes are committed because... -mental issues -for protection -financial difficulties -revenge -attention seeking as for this people receive punishments for each of these reasons for committing crimes write down a solution this is what i got for: -mental

  63. Social

    Crimes are committed because... -mental issues -for protection -financial difficulties -revenge -attention seeking as for this people receive punishments for each of these reasons for committing crimes write down a solution this is what i got for: -mental

  64. Statistics

    In the following two questions, identify which choices would be considered inferential statistics and which would be considered inferential statistics. 1. of 500 randomly selected people in new york city, 210 people had O+ blood. a) "42 percent of the

  65. Maths

    The number 1000 can be written in several ways as a sum of one or more consecutive positive integers, for instance, 1000=1000 (one summand) or 1000=198+199+200+201+202 (five summands). Find the largest possible number of summands in a representation of

  66. History

    One of the impulses of the constitution of 1845 a physical responsibility Former slaves importance of high taxes increase state debt Why was he Texas her station of 1845 twice as long as the one written before it select only two it decreased a large number

  67. Statistics

    In the following two questions, identify which choices would be considered inferential statistics and which would be considered inferential statistics. 1. of 500 randomly selected people in new york city, 210 people had O+ blood. a) "42 percent of the

  68. math

    Compare the number of Facebook friends at the beginning of a month and at the end of that month, if … a) it increased by 25% and then decreased by 40% b) it decreased by 60% and then increased by 80% c) it increased by 5% and then increased by 20% d) it

  69. History

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  70. History

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  71. Algebra

    12. A city whose population was 39,350 in 1995 contained 46,750 people in 2000. (a) Find the exponential growth function for the city. Let t = 0 represent the year 1995. (b) Use the growth function to predict the population of the city in 2009. Round your

  72. Epidemiology

    How do you calculate the disease frequency rate in these problems 1. The cumulative incidence rate in a population of 100,000 people where 9 new cases of disease were reported within 1 year 2. The prevalence of a chronic disease on November 1st where 9

  73. U.S. history

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  74. Algebra 1

    The population of a city increases by 4,000 people each year. In 2025 the population is projected to be 450,000 people,. What is the equation that gives the city's population p ( in thousands of people) x years after 2010?

  75. College Algebra

    According to data from the National Vital Statistics Report, the marriage rate (marriages per 1000) can be described by y=-0.146x+11.074, where x is the number of years after 1980. For what years does this model indicate that the marriage rate was above 9

  76. Math 8R: Homework Check - Part 4

    Part 4: Translate and solve: 25. 6 less than twice a number is ten Answer : 2n - 6 = 10 (answer: n = 8) 26. The quotient of a number and 4 plus 3 is 8 Answer: n/4 + 3 = 8 (answer: n = 29) 27. 4 less than three times a number is -28 Answer: 3n - 4 = -28

  77. Math

    Zachary traveled from city A to city B. He left city A at 7:30 a.m. and reached city B at 12 noon. Find the average speed if city B is 180 miles away from city A.

  78. Physics

    An airplane flies 200 km due west from city A to City B and them 300 km in the direction of 30.0 degrees north of west from city B to city C. In straight-line distance, how far is city C from city A? Relative to city A, in what direction is city C?

  79. math 6 probaility

    max flipped a pair of coins 60 times. On 24 occasaions, heads appeared on both coins. How is this outcome different from the expected outcome? It occurred 9 more times than expected. It occurred 4 more times than expected. It occurred 6 fewer times than

  80. Math

    There are 1000 people standing in a row. They are numbered as 1,2,...,1000. There is a unique demon who eats only the persons which are standing on odd positions. It means that after his first round the person numbered 2 will come at position 1 and the one

  81. english - last

    7) Surrounded by mountains and 7,400 feet above sea level, Mexico City (A) suffers from both (B) kinds of air pollution, the photochemical reaction of Los Angeles (C) or the thermal inversion of New York. A) suffers from B) kinds of air pollution C) or D)

  82. algebra

    The number N of aluminum cans used each year varies directly as the number of people P using the cans. If 54 people use 19,926 cans in one year, how many cans ae used in a city which has a population of 1,485,000

  83. physics

    An airplane flies 200 km due west from city A to city B and then 270 km in the direction of 31.0° north of west from city B to city C. (a) In straight-line distance, how far is city C from city A? (b) Relative to city A, in what direction is city C?

  84. College Physics

    An airplane flies 200 km due west from city A to city B and then 240 km in the direction of 31.0° north of west from city B to city C. (a) In straight-line distance, how far is city C from city A? (b) Relative to city A, in what direction is city C?

  85. physics

    an airplane flies 200km from city a to city b east,then 200km south from city b to c,and finally 100km northwest to city d.how far is it from city a to city d.in what direction must the airplane head to return directly to city a from city d?

  86. computer c++

    write a program that produce a bar chart showing the population growth of Prairieville, a small town in the Midwest, at 20 year intervals during the past 100 years. the program should read in the population figures (rounded to the nearest 1000 people) for

  87. algebra

    -Alan sold his bike to Dan making a 20% profit. Dan sold the bike to Carol for $180 which was a 25% profit for Dan. How much did Alan originally pay for the bike? - A positive number is increased by 20%. This new number is now decreased by 20%. To obtain

  88. Math

    The population of a city increases by 4,00 people each year. In 2025, the population is projected to be 450,000 people. What is an equation that gives the city population p (in thousands of people) x years after 2010? A)p=4x+50 B)p-450=4(x-15)

  89. Math

    An aptitude test has a mean of 300 and a standard deviation of 40. The test scores are normally distributed. If 1000 people take the test, find the number of people who will score between 280 and 360.

  90. statistics

    A lottery offers one $10000 prize, one $5000 prize and five $1000 prizes. 1000 tickets are sold at $30 each . Find the expectation if a person buys one ticket workings: 9970/1000+4970/1000+4850/1000-29790/1000 = -10000/1000 =-$10

  91. Calc Help

    demand = (p+1)sqroot(q+1)=1000. Find elasticity of demand at a price of $39 per unit. I am really struggling with this problem is there anyone that can help me? i am not familiar with the terminology, but if you are trying to solve for p, it is not that

  92. Stats

    In a simple random sample of 1000 people taken from City A, 13% are senior citizens. In an independent simple random sample of 600 people taken from City B, 17% are senior citizens. Is the percent of senior citizens different in the two cities? Or is this

  93. managerial economics

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  94. English

    Looking for interesting volunteer work? How about cleaning at a city hall. People of the city hall needs your help. You can be very useful there! Where: Washington City Hall When: every Friday Tel 011-123-4567 (Are the poster for volunteers grammatical?

  95. maths

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  96. Mathematics

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  97. math

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  98. math

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  99. statistics

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  100. statistics

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