Mathematics, 18.10.2019 06:20, trinitymarielouis

# In a test for extrasensory perception, the experimenter looks at cards containing either a star, circle, wave, or square. (the subject cannot see the cards.) as the experimenter looks at each of 20 cards, the subject names the shape on the card. assuming that any success guessing shapes is due purely to chance, what is the probability a subject correctly guesses at least 10 of the 20 shapes? (round to 3 decimal places)

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 16:00, pringleosmond

65 8 7 4 5 6 8 4 3 2 1 9 5 6 4 2 1 6 5 1 5 1 3 2 3 5 multiply the third number in the first row by the seventh number in the third row. add this result to the fifth number in the second row. add to this total ten times the fourth number in the third row. subtract the eighth number in the first row from the result.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 19:00, lovehelping1564

Speed skiing takes place on a course that is 2/3 long. how many feet long is the course

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 20:00, cutecupcake678

Apatient is to be given 35 milligrams of demerol every 4 hours. you have demerol 50 milligrams/milliliter in stock. how many milliliters should be given per dose?

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 21:30, errr5529

On traditional maps, earth is represented in a flat plane, or by euclidean geometry. however, a globe is a more accurate model that comes from elliptical geometry. how does a globe represent the fact that there are no parallel lines in elliptical geometry? the equator is not parallel to any other latitudinal lines. the north and south poles are never connected by a geodesic. the geodesics connecting the north and south poles never intersect. the geodesics connecting the north and south poles intersect at both of the poles.

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