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hey bot In which two organs is food broken down?
Mouth and stomach Small intestine and large intestine Esophagus and small intestine Esophagus and stomach

1. A single, standard number cube is tossed. What is the probability of getting a 4 or 5? (1 point)
1 onefifth onethird start fraction 1 over 6 end fraction

1. The table shows the results of spinning a fourcolored spinner 50 times. Find the experimental probability and express it as a decimal.
P(not red) = ? A two row by five column table is shown. The first row is titled 'Color' and contains 'red,' 'blue,'

1. Name the point with the given coordinates.
(–4, 2) A coordinate grid with four labeled points is shown. Both the x and yaxes are between negative 5 and 5, and each interval mark on the grid represents one unit. Four points are plotted. · Point G is

1. Solve the equation.
3x – 3 = –18 (1 point) x = –7 x = –5 x = –3 x = 5

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Note: Enter your answer and show all the steps that you use to solve this problem in the space provided. One day at 3:00 a.m., the temperature was – 13 ° F in Kodiak, Alaska. At 10:00 a.m., the temperature was 22°F. What was the average change
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When you experience changes in light, sound, and temperature, which cells send signals toward the central nervous system? dendrites sensory neurons axons

Bacteria and humans are similar in that they what? are multicellular. produce energy. are unicellular. grow and reproduce.

Why is the classification species not considered a group? Each species is an individual organism. Each species is a separate type of organism. Each species shares characteristics with other species.

Use the table model to correctly identify the animal in the story. You are walking home from school and an animal jumps out on the sidewalk. You can see it has a backbone, fur and is nibbling on some grass. As you get closer, you see that the animal is

Why are scientific names important to use? It is easier to pronounce than the common name. That name is the same everywhere in the world. The name is for animals that are only found in a specific location.

What should be the correct order (largest to smallest) of hierarchy for Classification of Organisms? class → order → family → genus → species order → class → family → genus → species species → genus → order → family → class

1. A single, standard number cube is tossed. What is the probability of getting a 4 or 5? (1 point) 1.1 2.onefifth 3.onethird 4.start fraction 1 over 6 end fraction

2. A game involves spinning this spinner. What is the probability of the pointer landing on G? A circle is divided equally into eight sections.· Two of the sections are labeled with an upper B. · One of the sections is labeled with an upper G. · One of

3. The table shows the color preferences of 50 shoppers at the mall. What is the probability that one shopper, selected at random from the 50 surveyed, preferred the color red or blue? Color Preferences Color Number of Shoppers Red 7 Yellow 3 Blue 13 Green

4. A standard number cube with the numbers 1 through 6 is rolled. Find the probability of rolling a number greater than 5. (1 point) start fraction 1 over 6 end fraction onethird onefourth twothirds

5. A number cube is rolled 360 times, and the results are recorded as follows: 61 ones, 26 twos, 36 threes, 76 fours, 73 fives, and 88 sixes. What is the experimental probability of rolling a 2 or a 3? (1 point) 0.07 0.17 0.26 0.83

6. From a barrel of colored marbles, you randomly select 5 blue, 2 yellow, 3 red, 4 green, and 2 purple marbles. Find the experimental probability of randomly selecting a marble that is not yellow. (1 point) nine over sixteen seven over eight eight over

7. The probability of winning a game is 25%. How many times should you expect to win if you play 20 times? (1 point) 7 times 10 times 2 times 5 times

8. A survey showed that 56% of car owners prefer fourdoor cars, 31% prefer twodoor cars, and 13% have no preference. You ask 300 people. How many do you think will prefer fourdoor cars? (1 point) 218 people 168 people 233 people 68 people

9. Mary works in a factory that produces 1,000 telephones each day. When 30 telephones were sampled, it was found that 9 were defective. Estimate how many telephones are defective each day. (1 point) 314 telephones 284 telephones 300 telephones 310

10. The spinner is divided into equal parts. Use a tree diagram to find the probability that the spinner will land on a consonant both times if the spinner is spun twice. A circle is divided equally into three sections.· One of the sections is labeled

11. An ice cream shop offers 5 different flavors of ice cream and 12 different toppings. How many choices are possible for a single serving of ice cream with one topping? (1 point) 18 choices 22 choices 46 choices 60 choices

12. Suzy likes to mix and match her 3 necklaces, 2 bracelets, and 6 hats. The colors are listed in the table. On Monday, she randomly picks a bracelet, a necklace, and a hat. What is the probability of Suzy choosing a red bracelet and silver hat? Necklace

13. Which events are not independent? (1 point) landing on heads after tossing a coin and rolling a 3 on a 6sided number cube. choosing a marble from a jar and landing on tails after tossing a coin choosing a 5 from a deck of cards, replacing it, and then

14. A coin is tossed and a number cube is rolled. What is the probability that the coin shows heads and the number cube shows 5? (1 point) start fraction 1 over 6 end fraction start fraction 1 over 12 end fraction start fraction 2 over 3 end fraction

13. Which one of these events are not independent? (1 point) landing on heads after tossing a coin and rolling a 3 on a 6sided number cube. choosing a marble from a jar and landing on tails after tossing a coin choosing a 5 from a deck of cards, replacing

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15. On Friday nights the local diner serves three main entrées, each with a choice of vegetable. The entrées are beef, chicken, and fish. The vegetables are spinach, broccoli, and carrots. How many possible dinners (entrée and vegetable combinations)

hey bot You roll a number cube twice. Find P(even, then not 2). Write the probability as a fraction in simplest form.

bot A number cube is rolled 450 times. The number 3 comes up 67 times. a. What is the theoretical probability of rolling a 3? Write your answer as a fraction in simplest form. b. What is the experimental probability of rolling a 3? Write your answer as a

You mix the letters M, A, T, H, E, M, A, T, I, C, A, and L thoroughly. Without looking, you draw one letter. Find the probability P(A). Write the probability as: a. a fraction in simplest form b. a decimal c. a percent

2. You roll a number cube 20 times. The number 4 is rolled 8 times. What is the experimental probability of rolling a 4? (1 point) 40% 25% 20% 17%

3. The table below shows the results of flipping two coins. How does the experimental probability of getting at least one tails compare to the theoretical probability of getting at least one tails? A two row by five column table is shown. The first row is

hey bot3. The table below shows the results of flipping two coins. How does the experimental probability of getting at least one tails compare to the theoretical probability of getting at least one tails? A two row by five column table is shown. The first

4. The probability of winning a game is 15%. If you play 20 times, how many times should you expect to win? (1 point) 5 times 3 times 6 times 15 times

5. The probability of having a winning raffle ticket is 20%. If you bought 50 tickets, how many winning tickets should you expect to have? (1 point) 3 tickets 8 tickets 10 tickets

6. A company finds 5 defective toys in a sample of 600. Predict how many defective toys are in a shipment of 24,000. (1 point) 40 toys 166 toys 200 toys 20 toys

7. Which of the following is an example of independent events? (1 point) rolling two number cubes selecting marbles from a bag without replacement after each draw choosing and eating a piece of candy from a dish and then choosing another piece of candy

8. A bag of fruit contains 4 apples, 1 plum, 2 apricots, and 3 oranges. Pieces of fruit are drawn twice with replacement. What is P(apple, then apricot)? (1 point) 4/5 2/25 3/25 threefifths

9. A coin is flipped three times. How the does P(H, H, H) compare to P(H, T, H)? (1 point) P(H, H, H) is greater than P(H, T, H). P(H, T, H) is greater than P(H, H, H). The probabilities are the same. There is no way to tell with the information given.

hey bot 9. A coin is flipped three times. How the does P(H, H, H) compare to P(H, T, H)? (1 point) P(H, H, H) is greater than P(H, T, H). P(H, T, H) is greater than P(H, H, H). The probabilities are the same. There is no way to tell with the information

10. A coin is tossed and a number cube is rolled. What is P(heads, a number less than 5)? (1 point) 1/3 5/12 2/3 fivesixths

2. You start a search for a buried object by marking the center of a field as (0, 0), with coordinates giving distances in yards. Coordinates to the north or east are positive and coordinates to the south or west are negative. You find nothing at (–12,

3. Choose the function table that matches the given rule. Output = Input – 3 (1 point) Input Output –2 –5 1 –2 6 3 Input Output 2 –1 –2 3 0 –6 Input Output 5 2 2 –5 0 9 Input Output 6 3 –6 –3 5 0

4. Make a table and graph the function. y = 3x + 2 (1 point) graphThe graph shows x values of negative 2, negative 1, zero, 1, and 2. The y values are negative 4, negative 1, 2, 5, and 8. The line passes through the points leftparenthesis negative 2 comma

5. Solve the equation. 5x + 2 = 62 (1 point) 11.5 12 12.8 36

6. Solve the equation. Start Fraction x over 4 End Fraction + 1 = –6 (1 point) 2 –4 –22 –28

7. Riverview Farms sold a combined total of 396 watermelons and cantaloupes. they sold 126 more watermelons than cantaloupes. Use n to represent the number of cantaloupes. Which equation could be used to solve for n? (Hint: First, think about the

8. Suppose you are driving to visit a friend in another state. You are driving 55 miles per hour. You must drive 440 miles total. If you have already driven 275 miles, how long will it take you to reach your destination? Use h to represent the number of

9. Write an inequality for the situation. Suzy scored at least 18 points. (1 point) K ≤ 18 K < 18 K ≥ 18 K > 18

10. Write an inequality for the following situation: No more than 6 books are in your bag. (1 point) x ≤ 6 x < 6 x ≥ 6 x > 6

11. Which inequality does the graph represent? A number line shows integers from negative 5 to 5. A solid dot is located at negative 2 and the line is darkened and bold from that point to the right. (1 point) x ≤ –2 x ≥ –2 x < –1 x ≤ –1

12. Which inequality does the graph represent? A number line is shown from negative 5 to 5, and each interval mark represents one unit. An open circle is drawn on negative 1 with a black ray drawn to the left of negative 1. (1 point) x less than or equal

13. Solve the inequality. y + 5 greater than or equal to 7 (1 point) yless than or equal to 2 yless than or equal to 12 ygreater than or equal to 2 ygreater than or equal to 12

14. Write an inequality for the sentence. Then solve the inequality. Fifteen less than a number is at most 6. (1 point) x + 15 ≤ 6; x ≤ –9 x – 15 ≤ 6; x ≤ 21 x – 15 ≥ 6; x ≥ 21 x – 15 ≥ 6; x ≥ 16

15. The maximum weight allowed per car on The Twister carnival ride is 263 pounds. Your friend weighs 86 pounds. To be able to ride in a car together, how much can you weigh? Write and solve the inequality. (1 point) x + 177 ≤ 263; at most 86 pounds x

16. Complete the function table. Then write a rule for the function. A two column table is shown. The first column is titled 'Input' and contains negative 3, negative 2, negative 1, 0, and 1 from top to bottom. The second column is titled 'Output' and

well what is the output for the missing ones

Write an inequality to represent the situation: The temperature stayed above –15°.

Note: Enter your answer and show all the steps that you use to solve this problem in the space provided. Solve the inequality and describe the solution set. y – 6 ≥ 12

but ist this subraction

i dont understand how would that work is it not y  6 shout it not be 12  6

Note: Enter your answer and show all the steps that you use to solve this problem in the space provided. Solve the equation. c 4 − 5 = 4

are you sure

why do need to add 5 to both sides

how doesnt it mean that c/4 is meant to be the same as 9

thank you

2. Solve the equation. Start Fraction r over 2 End Fraction– 6 = 14 (1 point) r = 40 r = 34 r = 20 r = 16

2. Solve the equation. Start Fraction r over 2 End Fraction– 6 = 14 (1 point) r = 40 r = 34 r = 20 r = 16

thats not one of the answers

3. Solve the equation. 12 + 4m = 24 (1 point) m = 9 m = 8 m = 3 m = –6

4. No more than 12 people can enter the haunted house every 10 minutes. Which inequality represents the situation? (1 point) a < 12 aless than or equal to 12 a > 12 agreater than or equal to 12

5. Choose the graph that shows the solution of the inequality on the number line. c < –1 (1 point) A number line is shown. There is an open circle on the number negative 1. The number line is shaded to the left of negative 1. A number line is shown.

6. Which inequality represents the solution shown on the graph? A number line is shown with a solid blue dot drawn on negative 60 and a blue ray pointing to the right of negative 60. (1 point) –60 less than or equal to m –60 < m –60 > m –60 greater

. Solve the inequality. d  6 > –4 (1 point) d > –2 d > –10 d > 2 d > 10

8. Solve the inequality. 5w less than or equal to 15 (1 point) w less than or equal to 75 w less than or equal to 10 w less than or equal to 5 w less than or equal to 3

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The points plotted on the coordinate plane below are three vertices of a rectangle. Three points plotted on a Cartesian grid include leftparenthesis negative two point five comma two rightparenthesis, leftparenthesis one comma two rightparenthesis,

Note: Enter your answer and show all the steps that you use to solve this problem in the space provided. A mountain climber on Mt. Everest is at 29,035 ft above sea level. A stone at the bottom of the Dead Sea is at 1,349 ft below sea level. What is the

Note: Enter your answer and show all the steps that you use to solve this problem in the space provided. A deepsea diver must descend and ascend in short steps to equalize pressure on his body. If the diver rises toward the surface too fast, he may suffer

how did 5 get into the answer?

oh okay thank you

Note: Enter your answer and show all the steps that you use to solve this problem in the space provided. The temperature in your town is 31°F. The radio announcer says that the temperature will drop 15 degrees. What will the temperature be? Write an

hey bot An eye doctor shines a bright light into a patient's eye. In one to two sentences, explain how the patient's brain perceives the bright light.(2 points)

Which is a good description of kinetic energy? * 1 point Conserved energy Energy of motion Stored energy

A person throws a ball up into the air. At which point in its path will the ball have the greatest potential energy? * 1 point When the ball is still rising When the ball reaches its highest point When the ball leaves the person’s hand When the ball hits

This image of a roller coaster is designed to show important information about potential and kinetic energy. One of these pieces of information is incorrect. Which information is wrong, and why? * 1 point The roller coaster would only have kinetic energy

Two students drop an object into sand from a height of 1.5 meters. They record the depth of the hole made in the sand by each student’s object. What is the most likely explanation for the results? * 1 point Maddie’s object has a smaller width.

A student wants to determine the effect of mass on kinetic energy. She will drop two balls of the same size into a pool of water. Which investigation method should the student use? * 1 point She should drop two balls with different masses from different

Which statement explains how the charges on objects determine the electric force between them? * 1 point Objects with positive charges attract each other, and objects with negative charges repel each other. Objects with the same charge attract each other,

Why is glass a good insulator? * 1 point The atoms in glass hold on tightly to their negatively charged particles. The atoms in glass hold on tightly to their positively charged particles. The atoms in glass do not hold on tightly to their negatively

Which statement describes a difference between insulators and conductors? * 1 point Insulators have high resistance, while conductors have low resistance. Insulators can transmit electric current, while conductors cannot. Insulators have high conductivity,

Which energy transformation happens when a toaster is plugged in to an outlet in the wall and used to make toast? * 1 point Electrical energy from the outlet is converted completely to heat energy for the toaster. Electrical energy from the outlet is

Which purpose does a light bulb serve in a circuit? * 1 point Cell Switch Load

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Which purpose does a light bulb serve in a circuit?

Of these things in an environment, which one is a living thing? air river flowing down a mountain mushrooms sprouting clay on the side of the riverbank

One reason animal cells don't need a central vacuole is because they often have smaller vacuoles for storage. What is another reason animal cells don't need central vacuoles? * 1 point Animals do not produce their own food. Animal cells have cell walls.

Which statement is correct about organelles that provide energy? They are found only in animal cells. They are responsible for cellular respiration. They are found only in plant cells.

Unicellular cells must carry out ___ of life. * 1 point all functions a single function specific functions a few functions

What is the function of a nerve cell in a multicellular organism? produce and manage movement store and distribute oxygen carry and transmit signals

Which system is most complex? cells organs organ systems

Which example shows an organism that cannot reach homeostasis through internal changes? * 1 point A lizard is cold, and it moves to a sunny rock to warm up. A dog shivers when it is too cold. A person gets a fever in response to a flu infection.

In which two organs is food broken down? * 1 point Mouth and stomach Small intestine and large intestine Esophagus and small intestine Esophagus and stomach