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Michelle and julie work at a catering company. they need to bake 264 cookies for a birthday party that starts in a little over an hour and a half. each tube of cookie dough claims to make 36 cookies, but michelle eats about 1/5 of every tube and julie makes cookies that are 1.5 times as large as the recommended cookie size.it takes about 8 minutes to bake a container of cookies, but since julie's cookies are larger, they take 12 minutes to bake. a. how many tubes should each girl plan to bake? how long does each girl use the oven? b. explain your solution process what did you make? c. what assumptions did you make? Mathematics, 21.06.2019 21:20
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Determine if the following statement is true or false. the normal curve is symmetric about itsâ€‹ mean, mu. choose the best answer below. a. the statement is false. the normal curve is not symmetric about itsâ€‹ mean, because the mean is the balancing point of the graph of the distribution. the median is the point whereâ€‹ 50% of the area under the distribution is to the left andâ€‹ 50% to the right.â€‹ therefore, the normal curve could only be symmetric about itsâ€‹ median, not about its mean. b. the statement is true. the normal curve is a symmetric distribution with oneâ€‹ peak, which means theâ€‹ mean, median, and mode are all equal.â€‹ therefore, the normal curve is symmetric about theâ€‹ mean, mu. c. the statement is false. the mean is the balancing point for the graph of aâ€‹ distribution, andâ€‹ therefore, it is impossible for any distribution to be symmetric about the mean. d. the statement is true. the mean is the balancing point for the graph of aâ€‹ distribution, andâ€‹ therefore, all distributions are symmetric about the mean.
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