Mathematics, 08.11.2019 01:31 lele4343

# In 2017, the entire fleet of light? duty vehicles sold in the united states by each manufacturer must emit an average of no more than 86 milligrams per mile (mg/mi) of nitrogen oxides (nox) and nonmethane organic gas (nmog) over the useful life ( 150,000 miles of driving) of the vehicle. nox + nmog emissions over the useful life for one car model vary normally with mean 80 mg/mi and standard deviation 4 mg/mi. (a) what is the probability that a single car of this model emits more than 86 mg/mi of nox + nmog? (enter your answer rounded to four decimal places.)

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 14:30

You’re repairing a large rectangular aquarium. the final step is to cover the glass with a protective film. the front and back of the aquarium measure 4 meters by 2 meters, and the sides of the aquarium measure 3 meters by 2 meters. how many square meters of protective film do you need? ( )

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 15:10

Drag each sequence of transformations to the correct location on the table. classify the sequences of transformations based on whether or not they prove the congruency of the shapes by mapping shape i onto shape ii. plz i'll rate u 5 stars need this done for a mastery test

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:00

The given dot plot represents the average daily temperatures, in degrees fahrenheit, recorded in a town during the first 15 days of september. if the dot plot is converted to a box plot, the first quartile would be drawn at __ , and the third quartile would be drawn at __ link to graph: .

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:50

The random variable x represents the number of phone calls an author receives in a day, and it has a poisson distribution with a mean of 8.7 calls. what are the possible values of x

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