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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 13:30

Drag and drop the answers into the boxes to complete this informal argument explaining how to derive the formula for the volume of a cone. since the volume of a cone is part of the volume of a cylinder with the same base and height, find the volume of a cylinder first. the base of a cylinder is a circle. the area of the base of a cylinder is , where r represents the radius. the volume of a cylinder can be described as slices of the base stacked upon each other. so, the volume of the cylinder can be found by multiplying the area of the circle by the height h of the cylinder. the volume of a cone is of the volume of a cylinder. therefore, the formula for the volume of a cone is 1/3 1/2 1/3πr^2h 1/2πr^2h πr^2h πr^2

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Divide: 1573 ÷ 7 = a) 222 r5 b) 223 r6 c) 224 r5 d) 224 r3

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 22:00

Problem situation: caren is making rice and beans. she can spend no more than $10 on ingredients. she buys one bag of rice for $4.99. beans cost $0.74 per pound. how many pounds of beans, x, can she buy? inequality that represents this situation: 10≥4.99+0.74x drag each number to show if it is a solution to both the inequality and the problem situation, to the inequality only, or if it is not a solution.

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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 00:50

Identify the statement below as either descriptive or inferential statistics. upper a certain website sold an average of 117 books per day last week. is the statement an example of descriptive or inferential statistics? a. it is an example of descriptive statistics because it uses a sample to make a claim about a population. b. it is an example of inferential statistics because it uses a sample to make a claim about a population. c. it is an example of inferential statistics because it summarizes the information in a sample. d. it is an example of descriptive statistics because it summarizes the information in a sample.

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