The given function is
We need to find all POSSIBLE rational zeros of the function f(x).
According to rational root theorem, all possible rational zeros of a polynomial are
where, p is factors of constant and q is factors of leading term.
In the given function constant is 4 and leading term is 3.
Factors of 4 are ±1, ±2, ±4.
Factors of 3 are ±1, ±3.
All POSSIBLE rational zeros of the function f(x).
3 .08c = 7.50+.05c 250 pages
the theoretical probability of rolling a 1 is 1/6. perhaps you got really lucky and never rolled a 1 in those 60 times. your experimental probability is 0. or perhaps you rolled a 1 20 times. your experimental probability is 20/60 is 1/3. it really just depends on how you rolled in that experiment.
the probability of the event occurring is 1. that is being 100 % sure it will happen. that is the maximum amount of confidence we have.
3. no customer card cost: .08 times number of pages
customer card cost: 7.50 + .05 times number of pages
we want to find when it costs the same amount, so we will set these equal
let c = number of pages
.08c = 7.50+.05c
subtract .05c from each side
.08c-.05c = 7.5+.05c-.05c
divide each side by .03
.03c/.03 = 7.5/03
the cost is the same at 250 pages
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