# if a semester has 90 days and 45% of the semester is spent exploring clusters, h related questions

• 1if a semester has 90 days and 45% of the semester is spent exploring clusters, h

if a semester has 90 days and 45% of the semester is spent exploring clusters, how many weeks will be spent in exploration activities?

• 2if a semester has 90 days and 45% of the semester is spent exploring clusters, h

if a semester has 90 days and 45% of the semester is spent exploring clusters, how many weeks will be spent in exploration activities?

• 3I'm taking Sociology 1st semester and Psychology 2nd semester when I go to the 9th grade

I'm taking Sociology 1st semester and Psychology 2nd semester when I go to the 9th grade. I'm just curious but is there any topics (interesting ones) in Sociology and Psychology.

• 4School 1 Statistics: Average truancy per student is 8 days per semester with a standard deviation 2.2 and a population of 250 students

School 1 Statistics: Average truancy per student is 8 days per semester with a standard deviation 2.2 and a population of 250 students. a. What percent of the population is truant more than 9 days? b. What percent of the population is truant less than 3 days? c. What percent of the population is truant between 5 and 10 days? d. What percent of the population is truant between 8.5 and 10 days? e. What raw score would produce a truancy percent of the top 15% of the students who missed the least amount of school?

• 5According to a student project for statistics 250, the amount of money spent on texts per semester by the population of students at a small liberal arts college is normally distributed with a mean of \$426 and a standard deviation of \$54

According to a student project for statistics 250, the amount of money spent on texts per semester by the population of students at a small liberal arts college is normally distributed with a mean of \$426 and a standard deviation of \$54. Determine the percent of all samples of 4 students at the college that spent mean amount of money within \$40.50 of the population mean amount.

• 6According to a student project for statistics 250, the amount of money spent on texts per semester by the population of students at a small liberal arts college is normally distributed with a mean of \$426 and a standard deviation of \$54

According to a student project for statistics 250, the amount of money spent on texts per semester by the population of students at a small liberal arts college is normally distributed with a mean of \$426 and a standard deviation of \$54.Determine the percent of all samples of 4 students at the college that spent mean amount of money within \$40.50 of the population mean amount.

• 7Is it self plagerism if I take the same argument or main idea from a paper that I wrote last semester and use that same principle/argument/main idea/thesis in another paper for the next semester if it's is completely rewritten with different words and stu

Is it self plagerism if I take the same argument or main idea from a paper that I wrote last semester and use that same principle/argument/main idea/thesis in another paper for the next semester if it's is completely rewritten with different words and stuff but is trying to get the same idea across to the reader?If it is how do I avoid this? This seems awfully... weird... how can one steal from one self? Would it even matter sense I'm undergraduate student and my papers aren't published and my new professor would have no access to my paper that I wrote last semester. How would I reference myself if I'm not directly quoting myself and let me reader now that I wrote a similar paper (but this one is rewritten and has new sources and so forth sense I have to incorporate new sources). I find it strongly odd that the main concept from one course has reappeared in another and I feel as if I should be able to write a paper that has the same argument/idea of a paper that I already wrote (especially sense my old paper unpublished and considered not complete? and I can rewrite it and what not) and don't see what would be wrong with it.I'm very confused by the idea of self plagerism and was wondering if someone could tell me if my case would be considered self plagerism. I checked on the internet and can't find anything about my particular case were my previous paper is unpublished and therefore not complete? How do I get around self plagerism of this type if this is indeed self plagerism?

• 8#2. In the kth semester ....

• 9semester test

a home furnishing store has two locations, one in in the north and one in the south. the matrices below below show the costs of thier most popular sheet set, indollars, and the current inventory of the sets in two colors at both locations, northern location white 6 twin 8 queen, 7 king.beige11 twin N= queen 3 king.thesouthern store has white twin 1S= queen 1 king 5 beige twin 14 queen 1 king5 beige 13 6 8.C- costs= twin 24. queen 39 king 49 dollars.(A). find cn and cs.(b). tell which location has the greater dollar value of beige in there inventory, and find the difference in these dollar values,(C). find cn+cs. describe what each element in the matrix represents.

• 10I just learned that my first semester GPA is a 2.4

I just learned that my first semester GPA is a 2.4. This is pretty devastating for me since I am a junior in high school. I read a lot, I listen in class, I used to take ritalin, etc. But my ACT score is a 25. I'm afraid that because of this I'm going to have trouble getting into good schools. My biggest question is, how much is my gpa going to affect my admittance.

• 11semester test

. identify the five number summary of the data set.(B).draw the box and whisker plot.(C).compute the standard deviation. show all the work.

• 12semester test

consider the functionf(x)=x^4-3x^3-7x^2+15x+18. (A) find the possible rational roots of f(x)=0.(B) use synthetic division to divide f(x) by x-3. show all your work. use your answer to explain whether or not x-3 is a factor of f(x).(c) factor f(x) completely. show all the work. (D).sketch a graph of f(x) by plotting the x intecepts, finding and plotting additional points on the graph, and usingwhat you know about the graphs's end behavior.