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How is an emergency fund similar to and different from a savings fund?
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Which of the following is the equation of the line that passes through (-1,3) and (-5,1)? A. y = 2x - 7B. y = 2x + 5C. y = 1/2x - 5/2D. y = 1/2x + 7/2
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Schools, peers, and co-workers are __________ because they influence or shape our self-concept, attitudes, and behaviors.total institutionssuperegosagents of socializationlife course stages
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__________ was a major figure in the studies of social interaction.George Herbert MeadCharles Horton CooleyErving GoffmanJean Piaget
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Which of the following is not a characteristic of the socialization process?It is the primary way of reproducing culture.It occurs only in early childhood.It is often an unconscious process.It shapes our behaviors and attitudes.
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When high school graduates enter college, they must learn entirely different ways of thinking and behaving in their new academic setting. This is an example of __________.ethnocentrismresocializationtotal institutionimpression management
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__________ is defined as the process of learning new norms, values, attitudes, and behaviors.Anticipatory socializationSocial interactionResocializationImpression management
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Use the graph.Ben says that the equation y = 2x + 1 represents the line on the graph.What error did Ben make? A. Ben switched x and y. B. Ben found the y-intercept incorrectly. C. Ben forgot to write a negative sign in front of the slope. D. Ben switched the rise and the run when writing the slope.
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In class, Julie was asked to create a scenario for the linear function shown. She came up with the following:Joe planned a hiking trip from where he parked his car to the mountain cabin he had rented. Joe parked 12 miles away from the cabin. After one hour, he was still 7 miles from the cabin. Joe’s hike from his car to the cabin can be modeled by the function f(x)=-3x+12.Does Julie’s scenario match the linear function graphed? If not, where does she go wrong? How can she correct her mistake and match scenario to the function?
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Which of the following situations can be modeled by the expression 5 - (-3)?
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. Suppose that the number of Bigfoot sightings per year in the Northwestern US is well-modeled by a Poisson random variable with an average of 3 sightings occurring per year. Calculate the probability that in a given year there are at least 4 sightings in this region, given that there are at least 2 sightings.
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"A researcher is looking for 10 people to participate to a medical study on diabetes. Suppose a random person on a given list of potential candidates accepts to participate to the study with probability 0.1. What is the probability that the researcher will have to call 25 candidates in order to find his 10 participants?"
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A building has 3 identical rectangular parking lots. The sum of the perimeters of the 3 parking lots is 540 feet. If the width of each parking lot is 40 feet, how many feet long is each parking lot? Show Work!
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the remains of an ancient ball court include a rectangular playing alley with a perimeter of about 48 M. the length of the alley is 5 times the width. find the length and the width of the playing alley
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A twin-engine plane flies 380 mi in the same amount of time it takes a single-engine plane to fly 220 mi. The rate of the twin-engine plane is 80 mph faster than the rate of the single-engine plane. Find the rate of the single-engine plane.
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Use the elimination method to solve the following system of equations.4x - 12y = 0x + 3y = 7
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The American Red Cross says that about 45% of the U.S. population has Type O blood, 40% Type A, 11% Type B, and the rest Type AB. a) Someone volunteers to give blood. What is the probability that this donor 1. has Type AB blood? 2. has Type A or Type B? 3. is not Type O? b) Among four potential donors, what is the probability that 1. all are Type O? 2. no one is Type AB? 3. they are not all Type A? 4. at least one person is Type B?
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Leslie, Inc., followed the practice of depreciating its building on a straight-line basis. A building was purchased in 2016 and had an estimated useful life of 25 years and a residual value of $20,000. Page 428 The company's depreciation expense for 2016 was $15,000 on the building. What was the original cost of the building?
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How Many Close Confidants Do People Have? In a recent study,1 2006 randomly selected US adults (age 18 or older) were asked to give the number of people in the last six months with whom you discussed matters that are important to you. The average number of close confidants was 2.2, with a standard deviation of 1.4. Hampton, K.,. Goulet, L., Rainie, L., and Purcell, K, "Social Networking Sites and Our Lives.' Pew Research Center.(a) Find the margin of error for this estimate if we want 99% Round your answer to three decimal place
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Which second degree polynomial function has a leading coefficient of –1 and root 4 with multiplicity 2?
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