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# How would you find the model for a whole if you have polynomial functions that are models for the two distinct parts that make up that whole?β

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 13:20

Which equation and solution can be used to solve this problem? thirteen less than a number is sixteen. 13-n=16: add 13 to both sides. the answer is 29. n+13=16: subtract 13 from both sides. the answer is 3. n+16=13 subtract 13 from both sides. the answer is 3. n-13=16: add 13 to both sides. the answer is 29.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 17:20

Read the equations in the table below. then drag a description of the situation and a table to represent each equation. indicate whether each of the relationships is proportional or non-proportional.

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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 03:20

Given a normal distribution with Β΅=20 and Ο = 4, what is the probability that x> 24 x< 24 x< 24 or x> 24

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