Mathematics, 24.12.2020 02:00, aleanroverto723

# Josh kept 75% of the ride tickets he bought at a carnival and gave the rest to his friend Sam. Sam gave 50% of these tickets to Rob. If Rob was given 3 tickets, how many tickets did Josh buy?

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 22:00, JNH16

The numbers on a football field indicate 10 yard increments. you walk around the perimeter of a football field between the pylons. you walk a distance of 30623 yards. find the area and perimeter of the indicated regions. write your answers as mixed numbers, if necessary. a. one end zone: perimeter: yd area: yd2 b. the playing field (not including end zones): perimeter: yd area: yd2 c. the playing field (including end zones): perimeter: yd area: yd2

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 23:00, sugar1014

According to a study conducted in 2015, 18% of shoppers said that they prefer to buy generic instead of name-brand products. suppose that in a recent sample of 1500 shoppers, 315 stated that they prefer to buy generic instead of name-brand products. at a 5% significance level, can you conclude that the proportion of all shoppers who currently prefer to buy generic instead of name-brand products is higher than .18? use both the p-value and the critical-value approaches.

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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 05:00, salvadorperez26

Hello i need with my math homework i don't understand can someone explain how this works

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