MATHEMATICS
HIGH SCHOOL

Answer: 11 . Predict the end behavior of the function.

22 . Find the real zeros of the function. Check whether it is possible to rewrite the function in factored form to find the zeros. Otherwise, use Descartes' rule of signs to identify the possible number of real zeros.

33 . Make a table of values to find several points.

44 . Plot the points and draw a smooth continuous curve to connect the points.

55 . Make sure that the graph follows the end behavior as found in the above step.

22 . Find the real zeros of the function. Check whether it is possible to rewrite the function in factored form to find the zeros. Otherwise, use Descartes' rule of signs to identify the possible number of real zeros.

33 . Make a table of values to find several points.

44 . Plot the points and draw a smooth continuous curve to connect the points.

55 . Make sure that the graph follows the end behavior as found in the above step.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

After tossing the same coin 10 times, you are surprised to find that tails has come up 8 times. You therefore conclude that this coin is not fair and that the probability of getting tails with this coin is 0.80.

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COLLEGE

What is the probability that a randomly selected candle is orange scented? Story: A factory produces 8000 candles each day. They produce equal quantities of cherry, lemon, orange and strawberry. The candles are mixed together during packaging.

Since the factory produces equal numbers of 4 types of candles, we can find the number of candles it produces of any given type:

We have found that the factory produces 2000 candles of each type. Since the probability of something happening is the number of favored outcomes divided by the number of total outcomes, we can find the probability of an orange scented candle being chosen are:

The answer is 1/4.

HIGH SCHOOL

Explain why every odd number can be written as the sum of two consecutive whole numbers?

You can write every number as a sum (Addition) of Consecutive Numbers. For Example: 2,4, and eight can be written as sums of Consecutive Numbers. But 9 and 15 are number that could be written in more than one way. I hope this helps

HIGH SCHOOL

Let f(x) = x to the second power − 8x + 5. Find f(−1).

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To find the value of f(-1), you need to substitute -1 into each x variable and solve. Remember to use PEMDAS when simplifying.

f(x) = x² - 8x + 5 (substitute -1 for x)

f(-1) = (-1)² - 8(-1) + 5 (simplify the exponent)

f(-1) = 1 - 8(-1) + 5 (multiply)

f(-1) = 1 + 8 + 5 (add alike terms)

f(-1) = 14

Therefore, the value of f(-1) is 14.