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ONline math HW ... Not to much .. Two section for me and my friend . And it is just few quistions 

Linear Equation Solution

an 85 inch board is cut into 2 pieces. one piece is 19 inches more than twice as long as the other piece. How long is the smaller piece? Please show how you came up with the answer. If you can just translate this word problem into an equation, I know how to solve it.

The American Restaurant Association collected information on the number of meals

The American Restaurant Association collected information on the number of meals eaten outside the home per week by young married couples. A survey of 60 couples showed the sample mean number of meals eaten outside the home was 2.76 meals per week, with a standard deviation of 0.75 meals per week. Construct a 97 percent confidence interval for the population mean.

The total cost and total revenue functions for a product are

The total cost and total revenue functions for a product are 



Calculus Online Portal Homework

Basically I need you complete the couple of chapters of homework for me. They are on online portal. I  tried couple chapters but they are not fully done. So i need someone to complete the rest of it and the new chapters.

 

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Statistics Milestone one

Must be graduate level written!

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Assume that the data has a normal distribution and the number

1.   Assume that the data has a normal distribution and the number of observations is greater than fifty. Find the critical z value used to test a null hypothesis.

statistics

1)    A consulting firm used a random sample of 12 CFOs (Chief Financial Officers) of large businesses to examine the relatio

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MAT wk 1 Discussion and aleks

"Statistics are Everywhere" (Note: Please respond to one [1] of the following two [2] bulleted items)

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