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1. Use the following results to determine the rate law for the reaction shown. 2NO + H2 N2O + H2O Expt. # [NO]0 [H2]0 Initial speed 1 0.021 0.065 1.46 M/min 2 0.021 0.260 1.46 M/min 3 0.042 0.065 5.84 M/min

Adolis Garcia of the Texas Rangers is a career .243 batter. In a recent season he got at least one hit in 109 of the 157 games in which he played. His longest hitting streak was 23 games, one of the the longest streaks in MLB that season. How much longer was that hitting streak than what would be typical for a player with those statistics? Is it: 9 games longer 12 games longer 17 games longer 19 games longer

a new york times poll asked people in may of 2020 if they favor a nationwide mask mandate. the sample consisted of 750 adults and 55% said "yes". you suspect that the poll was biased and think that it is really 50% of people would favor a mask mandate. if this poll was not biased, what is the probability you would get a sample with 55% or more saying "yes" to a mask mandate?

Let x = 424 and n = 568. Determine the value of σp̂. Round each value to the nearest thousandth (third decimal place) when making calculations and submitting your solution in the text entry box provided. Example: X.XXX

Dilute the IgG protein standard (200 µg/mL) to create a 6-point standard curve ranging from 0 – 75 µg/mL (in duplicate). Determine the valid concentrations for each tube. The final volume is 1.0 mL. Table 1. Preparation of IgG standard curve including volumes, concentrations, and absorbance values determined by undertaking a Bradford assay (2 mark). Tube 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 IgG (200 µg/mL), mL H2O, mL Final [IgG] (µg/mL) 0 0 75 75

In a 100-question exam, Buse answered 90% of the questions correctly. If he left 3 questions blank, how many questions did he get wrong?

A normal distribution has a mean of µ = 80 with σ = 20. What score separates the highest 40% of the distribution from the rest of the scores?

Back in 2005, the monorail in a certain city charged $2 per ride and had an average ridership of about 29,000 per day. In December 2005, the monorail company raised the fare to $4 per ride, and average ridership in 2006 plunged to around 15,000 per day. (a) Use the given information to find a linear demand equation. (p is the cost in dollars.) q(p) =

(-5x+7y)^2

How many 4-combinations of the set A=(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0) contain 2 and 0?

Solve using Newton's binomial (a+3)⁴

How to cut 3 joined pipes in different planes in grasshopper

Determine the slopes of the following two lines and state if they are parallel, perpendicular or neither: 3x−10y−18=0 and −40x−12y−6=0 The slope of line 3x−10y−18=0 is m=

Jorge Munoz makes an investment for 10,000,000 that recognizes an annual interest of 16% for a period of 12 months. If in month 6 he decides to withdraw half, how much will they give him per month?

At a party there are four Germans, three Italians and two Frenchmen. Suppose there are chairs arranged in a row and determine the probability that the Germans: a) Sit together. b) They do not sit together.

Let n = 600 and p = 0.65. Determine the value of σp̂. Round your solution to the nearest ten thousandths (fourth decimal value). Example: 0.1234

Is the following statement true or false? Explain. "If the sample size is increased, the standard deviation will increase because larger samples have more variability."

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