# Is the absolute value of -7 greater than the absolute value of -1 ?

Step-by-step explanation: the absolute value of -7 is 7 and -1 is 1 so it’s is greater

yes

Step-by-step explanation:

Yes, it is. The absolute value of a number is basically the positive version of the number. So, in this case, the absolute value of -7 is 7, while the absolute value of -1 is 1, and 7 is greater than 1, so yes.

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A plane is missing and it is presumed that it was equally likely to have gone down in any of the 3 possible regions. If the plane is in region 1, it will be found with probability 0.70. If the plane is in region 2, it will be found with probability 0.40. And, if the plane is in region 3, it will be found with probability 0.30. What is the probability that during a search, the plane is not found in region 1?

It is easier to create a probability table.

REGION 1                        0.70                       0.30                     1
REGION 2                        0.40                       0.60                     1
REGION 3                        0.30                       0.70                      1

The probability that during the search, the plane is not found in region 1 is 0.30. (1 - 0.70)

A pipe is leaking at 1.5 cups per day. About how many gallons per week is the pipe leaking "hint"1 gal=16 cups

The pipe is leaking 10.5 cups per week, which is about .66 gallons per week.
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Where in the world may a person walk one mile west, and then one mile north and arrive back at the starting point

North Pole

Step-by-step explanation:

So your walk of 1 mile West is a complete circle. You then walk 1 mile North, which brings you back to your starting point, (1 + 1/(2pi)) miles from the South Pole. The obvious answer is the North Pole. You're either on the North Pole, or somewhere very near (about 840 feet or less) the South Pole.-step explanation:

The equation yˆ=105.416x+1249.309 models the amount of money, in dollars, a charity raises during an annual event when x people attend the charity dinner. what does the y-intercept of the equation represent in context of the situation? it costs the charity \$1250 to host the dinner. it costs the charity \$105 to host the dinner. if no one came to the dinner, the charity would still raise about \$1250. if no one came to the dinner, the charity would still raise about \$105.