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Is 3091 a Prime Number?
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Is 2119 a Prime Number?
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Is 1116 a Prime Number?
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Is 1598 a Prime Number?
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Is 2216 a Prime Number?
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Is 293 a Prime Number?
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Is 1050 a Prime Number?
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Is 479 a Prime Number?
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Is 2738 a Prime Number?
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Is 4650 a Prime Number?
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Which of the following points is a solution to the system of linear inequalities?{y≤2x-5y>-3xA.(1, 1)B.(–2, 2)C.(5, 3)D.(–4, 4)
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Why is (6, –2) not a solution to the system of equations given below?{2x-3y=185x=3y=3A.It satisfies the top equation but not the bottom equation.B.It satisfies the bottom equation but not the top equation.C.It doesn’t satisfy either the top or the bottom equations.D.It satisfies both the top and the bottom equations.
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we have 4 cans of peaches in or kichen.each can weighs 3/6 pound.how much do the cans weigh together
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law of sines? ............
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The coordinates of A, B, and C in the diagram are A(p,4), B(6,1), and C(9,q). Which equation correctly relates p and q?Hint: Since is perpendicular to , the slope of × the slope of = -1.
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Find the surface area of the tool box. Round your answer to the nearest tenth and explain your answer. Pls I NEED THE ANSWER NOW ASAP!!!
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A plane intersects both nappes of a double-napped cone but does not go through the vertex of the cone.What conic section is formed?hyperbolaparabolaellipsecircle
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Find the x-intercepts of the parabola with vertex (5,-4) and y-intercept (0,96). Write your answer in this form: (x1,y1),(x2,y2). If necessary, round to the nearest hundredth.
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Show that if X ∼ Geom(p) then P(X = n + k|X > n) = P(X = k), for every n, k ≥ 1. This one of the ways to define the memoryless property of the geometric distribution. It states the following: given that there are no successes in the first n trials, the probability that the first success comes at trial n + k is the same as the probability that a freshly started sequence of trials yields the first success at trial k.
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A software designer is mapping the streets for a new racing game. All of the streets are depicted as either perpendicular or parallel lines. The equation of the lane passing through A and B is -7x + 3y = -21.5. What is the equation of the central street PQ?
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