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For a science project, a high school research team conducted a survey of local air temperatures. based on the results of the survey, the found that the average temperatures were around 10 degrees higher than expected. this result was wrong. the trouble with the survey was that most of the locations were exposed to direct sunlight and located over asphalt or sand, which resulted in higher temperatures than normal. this is a classic example of an error in which phase of inferential statistics? Mathematics, 22.06.2019 00:00
I've been working on this for a few days and i just don't understand, it's due in a few hours. you.the direction of a vector is defined as the angle of the vector in relation to a horizontal line. as a standard, this angle is measured counterclockwise from the positive x-axis. the direction or angle of v in the diagram is α.part a: how can you use trigonometric ratios to calculate the direction α of a general vector v = < x, y> similar to the diagram? part bsuppose that vector v lies in quadrant ii, quadrant iii, or quadrant iv. how can you use trigonometric ratios to calculate the direction (i.e., angle) of the vector in each of these quadrants with respect to the positive x-axis? the angle between the vector and the positive x-axis will be greater than 90 degrees in each case.part cnow try a numerical problem. what is the direction of the vector w = < -1, 6 > ? Mathematics, 22.06.2019 00:30
Will mark ! (10 points also! ) if x varies inversely with y and x =6 when y= 10, find y when x=8 a. y=4.8 b. y=7.5 c. y=40/3 d. y=4/15 Mathematics, 22.06.2019 01:00
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