A particular frozen yogurt has 75 cal in 2 ounces how many calories are in 8 ounces of the yogurt

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Answer 1
Answer:

Total number of calories in 8 ounce yogurt is 300 calories.

Given that;

Total number of calories in 2 ounce yogurt = 75 calories

Find:

Total number of calories in 8 ounce yogurt

Computation:

Total number of calories in 8 ounce yogurt = 75[8/2]

Total number of calories in 8 ounce yogurt = 75[4]

Total number of calories in 8 ounce yogurt  = 300 calories

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Answer 2
Answer: Just divide 8 by 2 and you'll get 4
Each container is 2 ounces so do 75 times 4 and you'll get 300 calories

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2^2x = 8^x-1

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remember
(x^(m))^(n)=x^(mn)
and
if a^x=a^y where a=a, then x=y so
make bases the same



2^(2x)=8^(x-1)
8=2^3
8^(x-1)=(2^3)^(x-1)=2^(3(x-1))
2^(2x)=2^(3(x-1))
threfor
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2x=3x-3
0=x-3
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A principal decides to survey the parents at her school to find out their opinion onstandardized testing. She calls randomly-chosen parents between 4:00 and 5:00 P.M.
every day for a week and collects data on their responses. Identify the population
and the sample. Give a reason why the sample could be biased.
Oa)
Population: All parents who respond to the survey
Sample: All parents with students at the school
Possible Bias: The parents who answered the phone may not be
representative of the whole population because younger parents are more
likely to answer the phone than older ones.
b)
Population: All parents with students at the school
Sample: All parents who respond to the survey
Possible Bias: Parents who are at home between 4:00 and 5:00 P.M. may not
be representative of the whole population.
Oc) Population: All parents with students at the school
Sample: All parents who respond to the survey
Possible Bias: Some parents do not like a particular teacher.
d)
Population: All parents who respond to the survey
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Possible Bias: Some of the people contacted did not answer every question

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Answer: B

Population: All parents with students at the school

Sample: All parents who respond to the survey

Possible Bias: Parents who are at home between 4:00 and 5:00 P.M. may not be representative of the whole population.

Forty-two people at a Fourth of July picnic equally shared a watermelon that weighed x pounds. What was the weight of each piece of watermelon shared at the picnic? a x/42
b 42/x
c 42x
d x * 42
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Forty-two people at a Fourth of July picnic equally shared a watermelon that weighed x pounds. What was the weight of each piece of watermelon shared at the picnic?


a x/42

What is the quotient of 2/3 ➗ 5?

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2/3 divided by 5

2/3 divided by 5/1

2/3 x 1/5

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Probability theory predicts that there is a 9% chance of a water polo team winning any particular match. If the water polo team playing two matches is simulated 10,000 times, in about how many of the simulations would you expect them to win exactly one match?A. 8281
B. 1638
C. 81
D. 819

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The result is B. 1638.

To calculate this, we will use both an addition and a multiplication rule. The addition rule is used to calculate the probability of one of the events from multiple pathways. If you want that only one of the events happens, you will use the addition rule. The multiplication rule calculates the probability that both of two events will occur.
First, there are two possibilities for winning exactly one match:
1. To win the first match and lose the second one.
2. To lose the first match and win the second one.

9% = 0.09 is the probability of winning. The probability of losing is 1-0.09 = 0.91. To calculate the probability of winning 
the first match and losing the second one and vice versa, we will use the multiplication rule:
1. 0.09 × 0.91 = 0.0819
2. 0.91 × 0.09 = 0.0819

We want to either one of these events to happen, so using the addition rule, we have:
0.0819 + 0.0819 = 0.1638

In 10,000 matches:
0.1638 × 10,000 = 1,638

Hi can somebody help me with this it’s due in a few hours

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Answer:

I think it's second choice: 7 3/8

Step-by-step explanation:

i think that would be second one