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# Jennifer starts with a population of 100 amoebas that doubles in size every minute for a number of minutes, . she writes the expression 100(2) to find the number of amoeba after minutes. nathan starts with a population of 10 amoebas that increases 40% in size every minute for a number of minutes, . he writes the expression (1+0.4)^ to find the number of amoeba after minutes. use the drop-down menus to explain what each part of jennifer's and nathan's expressions mean.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 13:00

Solve for x i'll try to attach the files bc it's not letting me for some reason

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 20:40

Should a clown who performs at birthday parties perform magic tricks or bicycle tricks as the main act, and is such a preference related to the child's age? krusty the clown wanted to know, so he performed magic tricks as the main act at 30 parties, and he performed bicycle tricks as the main act at 30 other parties. he also divided the data by whether he had younger of older children. the data had normal distributions and the assumption of normality was met. how should krusty analyze his data?

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What fraction is equivalent to 0.46464646··· a. 46⁄999 b. 46⁄100 c. 46⁄99 d. 23⁄50

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Astudent is determining the influence of different types of food on the growth rate of spiders. she feeds one group of spiders two caterpillars twice a week. the other group received similarly-sized beetles twice a week. she records the amount of time required for individuals to reach sexual maturity. her hypothesis is that the spiders feeding on caterpillars will have a faster growth rate because caterpillars have a higher protein content compared to beetles. in this experiment, what is the dependent variable? spiders assigned to different feeding groups. time required to reach sexual maturity number of prey items fed twice a week. growth rates of each group.

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