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A data set has the following statistical measures. mean = 10 mode = 4 median = 5 Which of the following is most likely true about the data set? The data is centered about the mean. There is a small outlier. There is a large outlier.
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Which of the following equations could be the trend line of variables that have a negative correlation? y = -2x + 1 y =x + 1 y = 2x - 1
Weegy: -2x - 2 + 7(x + 1) = 2x - 4 is equal to x = -3 Solution: Solve for x: 7 (x+1)-2 x-2 = 2 x-4 Distribute 7 over x+1. 7 (x+1) = 7 x+7: 7 x+7-2 x-2 = 2 x-4 Group like terms in 7 x-2 x-2+7. Grouping like terms, [ [ 7 x-2 x-2+7 = (7 x-2 x)+(7-2): (7 x-2 x)+(7-2) = 2 x-4 Combine like terms in 7 x-2 x. 7 x-2 x = 5 x: 5 x+(7-2) = 2 x-4 Evaluate 7-2. 7-2 = 5: 5 x+5 = 2 x-4 Move terms with x to the left hand side. Subtract 2 x from both sides: (5 x-2 x)+5 = (2 x-2 x)-4 Combine like terms in 5 x-2 x. 5 x-2 x = 3 x: 3 x+5 = (2 x-2 x)-4 Look for two terms that sum to zero. 2 x-2 x = 0: 3 x+5 = -4 Isolate terms with x to the left hand side. Subtract 5 from both sides: 3 x+(5-5) = -4-5 Look for two terms that sum to zero. 5-5 = 0: 3 x = -4-5 Evaluate -4-5. -4-5 = -9: 3 x = -9 Solve for x. Divide both sides of 3 x = -9 by 3: (3 x)/3 = (-9)/3 Any nonzero number divided by itself is one. 3/3 = 1: x = (-9)/3 Reduce (-9)/3 to lowest terms. The gcd of -9 and 3 is 3, so (-9)/3 = (3 (-3))/(3?1) = 3/3?-3 = -3: Answer: | | x = -3 ] ] (More)
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What English dictionary is the ultimate authority on the etymology of a word? Dictionary of American English Dictionary of Modern English Usage Oxford English Dictionary
Weegy: Oxford English Dictionary is the ultimate authority on the etymology of a word User: A shortened version of a novel or a dictionary is an unabridged version. True False Weegy: False. A shortened version is called an abridged version. User: The most reliable method of dictionary compilation is the _____. historical method literary method usage method User: Knowledge of Greek and Latin prefixes and roots is a helpful reading skill. True False Weegy: A prefix is an affix which is placed before a stem User: Select two men who contributed major efforts toward dictionary compilation. Samuel Johnson Eric Partridge Armand Roget Daniel Webster Noah Webster Weegy: Samuel Johnson and Noah Webster contributed major efforts toward dictionary compilation. (More)
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Identify the subordinate clause for the sentence below. The boy who has dark red hair and sits in the front row did well on the test. who has dark red hair and sits in the front row who has dark red hair and sits in the front row on the test
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Dialect refers to regional differences in speech and language. True False
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Dialect refers to regional differences in speech and language. TRUE.
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