- 1in a survey of 24 college student,it was found that 16 were taking and english class,17 were taking math class,and 10 were takin both english nad math
in a survey of 24 college student,it was found that 16 were taking and english class,17 were taking math class,and 10 were takin both english nad math.how many student were taking a math class only.

- 2Well I'm curently taking this class as a sophmore and have taken geometry freshmen year of high school and also I am taking physics at the same time and in math class when I'm asked to factor i go absolutley nuts because guessing numbers is just no my thi
Well I'm curently taking this class as a sophmore and have taken geometry freshmen year of high school and also I am taking physics at the same time and in math class when I'm asked to factor i go absolutley nuts because guessing numbers is just no my thing... I need solve for X rearange formulas and so forth...with that said is this legal?X^2 + 3X + 4factor that...(X^2 + 3X + 4)^(1/2)factored form(X + (3X)^(1/2) + 2)^2I believe this is perfectly acceptable for factoring but I'm not sure...my textbook says that the agreement for completely factored from is..A polynomial is completely factored when it is written as a product of tow or more polynomilas with integers for their coefficients.So I believe I can leave that as a factored form correct?

- 3Well I'm curently taking this class as a sophmore and have taken geometry freshmen year of high school and also I am taking physics at the same time and in math class when I'm asked to factor i go absolutley nuts because guessing numbers is just no my thi
Well I'm curently taking this class as a sophmore and have taken geometry freshmen year of high school and also I am taking physics at the same time and in math class when I'm asked to factor i go absolutley nuts because guessing numbers is just no my thing... I need solve for X rearange formulas and so forth...with that said is this legal?X^2 + 3X + 4factor that...(X^2 + 3X + 4)^(1/2)factored form(X + (3X)^(1/2) + 2)^2I believe this is perfectly acceptable for factoring but I'm not sure...my textbook says that the agreement for completely factored from is..A polynomial is completely factored when it is written as a product of tow or more polynomilas with integers for their coefficients.So I believe I can leave that as a factored form correct?

- 4In a group of 100 students, 60 are taking math and 12 are taking English, but no one is taking both
In a group of 100 students, 60 are taking math and 12 are taking English, but no one is taking both. What is the probability that a randomly selected student from this group is taking either math or English?

- 5In a survey of a TriDelta chapter with 42 members, 17 were taking mathematics, 30 were taking English, and 9 were taking both
In a survey of a TriDelta chapter with 42 members, 17 were taking mathematics, 30 were taking English, and 9 were taking both. How many were not taking either of these subjects?

- 6In a survey of a TriDelta chapte with 54 member, 20 were taking mathematics, 35 were taking English, and 6 were taking both
In a survey of a TriDelta chapte with 54 member, 20 were taking mathematics, 35 were taking English, and 6 were taking both. How many were not taking either subject?

- 7In a group of 150 students, more students are taking a math class than are taking a science class this semester
In a group of 150 students, more students are taking a math class than are taking a science class this semester. If 80 are taking a science class and 25 are not taking either math or science this semester, what is the minimum number of students who could be taking both math and science this semester? Is it 81? I was trying to take an example from the book and I don't know if my equation is correct

- 8 In a group of 150 students, more students are taking a math class than are taking a science class this semester
. In a group of 150 students, more students are taking a math class than are taking a science class this semester. If 80 are taking a science class and 25 are not taking either math or science this semester, what is the minimum number of students who could be taking both math and science this semester?

- 9in a class of 147 students, 95 are taking math (M), 73 are taking science (S), a
in a class of 147 students, 95 are taking math (M), 73 are taking science (S), and 52 are taking both. one student is picked at random. find p(taking math science or both) an P(not taking math).....this is all the book give me. I would think that the first would be 100 percent but im not sure. i would like to know how to work this, i feel like im making it more complicated than it actually is.

- 10in a school of 100 students, 59 are taking math, 51 are in english, 35 are in history, 24 are in both math and english, 19 are in both english and history, 13 in both math and history, and 11 in all three courses
in a school of 100 students, 59 are taking math, 51 are in english, 35 are in history, 24 are in both math and english, 19 are in both english and history, 13 in both math and history, and 11 in all three courses. how many students are taking:a) none of the classes?b) only math?c) history and english?d) only english?e) exactly two of the three classes?

- 11In a class 85% of the student recieved the highest grade in English Literature, 80% in Math, 75% in History, and 30% in Chemistry
In a class 85% of the student recieved the highest grade in English Literature, 80% in Math, 75% in History, and 30% in Chemistry. About what percentage of the students could you say for sure that they recieved the highest grade in all 4 subjects?

- 12I am taking a math class and this is a problem of the week
I am taking a math class and this is a problem of the week. I need to write an equation for a pattern. If x=1, y=2. x=2, y=8. x=3, y=10, x=4, x=16. Please help! I was able to find to separate equations for the even and odd coordinates but not one that would work for both.