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Consider that you’ve been dealt the following poker hand: Ace of hearts, 4 of clubs, 7 of diamonds, 6 of hearts, King of hearts. Which of the events from Table 4 do you think you would have a better chance at getting after discarding the cards you don’t want to keep? Do you think your decision will be affected by the number of players? Give a detailed explanation of your reasoning.

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TOPIC FOR ALL 3 ASSIGNMENTS:Security and Criminal JusticeTopic: CriminalsIncarcerated OffendersQuestion 1: Compare and contrast the gender, age, and race of incarcerated offenders in the prison system. What does the information tell you about the typical inmate?Topic: CriminalsArrested CitizensQuestion 2: Use data (including violent crime, property crime and drug crime) to predict the number of adults to be arrested in 2010 for possession of drugs.Assignment 1:The purpose of the Signature Assignment is to have you work with real-life data to answer a real-life question using the tools, technology, and skills of MTH/219. In the first week, you must develop a question that can be answered with numerical data and that spans over at least ten years. For example, “How has the population of the world changed over the past 50 years, and when will the population be unsustainable?”In a Microsoft® Word document, write the topic/question you are addressing, where you plan to find your data even if it is one of the below sources, and why you chose this topic. Your paper should be 30 to 45 words long. You can either choose a topic from the Student Topics and Questions List or can create your own. If you chose to create your own, you must get instructor approval.Here is a list of possible data sources to find your data:Healthcare dataEducational dataCriminal dataSelect the type of table under Law Enforcement or Incarcerations.Select yearThen select the type of data you are looking for from the dropdown menus and click on the Microsoft® Excel® table, which will automatically download on your computer.Mortgage dataCensus data (Population, economy, business, education, employment, health, housing, income, trade)UN data (income, trade, religion, health, poverty)Health dataGlobalization, health, and agriculture dataUCR data (crime)You may choose to find data elsewhere, but you must get it approved by your instructor. It is very important the data you collect meet the following requirements:It has data from a trusted/peer-reviewed source that is numeric per year.You can collect at least ten data points (data over at least ten years old).Your question can be answered with the data.Assignment 2:The purpose of the Signature Assignment is to have you work with real-life data to answer a real-life question using the tools, technology, and skills of MTH/219. In Week 2, you will work with the data you collected to analyze the data to draw conclusions.Review the instructional video on how to use regression in Microsoft® Excel®.Input your data into Microsoft® Excel® (data and years).Create a scatterplot.Insert a linear trendline. Make sure to show the equation and the R-square value. Also, make sure you label each axis and give a title to your graph. If you need help creating your visual, watch How to create scatterplot with trendline in Excel®.In the same Microsoft® Excel® worksheet, answer the following questions. Each question should be 90 to 175 words.Does the line fit the data? How can you tell?What does the slope of the line mean in your real-life data? How can you interpret the slope of your line?What does the y-intercept mean in your real-life data? How can you interpret the y-intercept?Save and upload your Excel® file, including the graphic and your answer to each question.Assignment 3:The purpose of the Signature Assignment is to have you work with real-life data to answer a real-life question using the tools, technology, and skills of MTH/219. In Week 3, you will determine the type of polynomial your data is best represented. You will use that polynomial to make a prediction about your data.Review the instructional video on how to use regression in Microsoft® Excel® (if you have forgotten from Week 2).Input your data into Microsoft® Excel® (data and years).Create a scatterplot.Insert a polynomial trendline with degree of 4. Make sure to show the equation and the R-square value. Also make sure you label each axis and give a title to your graph. Then repeat this process for a 5th degree polynomial.Answer the following questions in the same Microsoft® Excel® worksheet. Each question should be 175 to 260 words.Which of the polynomials fit the data better? How can you tell?Compare and contrast the polynomial regression with the linear regression from Week 2. What is the best model for your data so far?What happens to your polynomial models over time? In other words, what do you expect to happen to the value if you measure it 50 years from now?Save your Microsoft® Excel® file, including the graphic and your commentary.

Two cars are traveling on two different routes, one 43 miles longer than the other. The car traveling on the longer route travels 2 miles per hour slower than the other car and it takes 6 hours for the trip. If the car with the shorter route take 5 hours for its trip, find the length of each route.

1) Find sec Î if the terminal side of Î in standard position contains the point (4, -3).A. -Â¾B. -5/3C. 5/4D. 4/5 2) Find tan Î if the terminal side of Î in standard position contains the point (-12, 5).A. -12/13B. -12/5C. -5/12D. 5/12 3) Find the value of cot Î if Î is in standard position has a measure of 180Â°.A. 0B. 1C. -1D. undefined 4) Which of the following is the reference angle for 230Â°?A. 130Â°B 50Â°C. 140Â°D. 40Â° 5) Which of the following is the reference angle for -150Â°?A. 30Â°B. 60Â° C. 90Â°D. 210Â° 6) Find the reference angle for the angle .A. BC.D.7) If sin Î=-3/5 and the angle is in quadrant IV, what is cot Î?A. -3/4B. 3/4C. 4/3D. -4/3 8) If csc Î = 3/2 and the angle is in quadrant II, what is sec Î?A.B.C.D.9) Miranda and Travis visit an amusement park to ride a skycoaster. After the first few swings, the angle the skycoaster makes with the vertical is modeled by Î=0.4cosÏt, with Î measured in radians and t measured in seconds. Determine the measure of the angle in radians for t = 1.5.A. 0B. 0.4C. 1D. -0.4 10) The formula gives the distance of a baseball that is hit at an initial velocity of V0 feet per second at an angle of Î with the ground. If the ball was hit with an initial velocity of 85 feet per second and an angle of 45Â°, how far was it hit? Round to the nearest tenth.A. 0 ft.B. 2.7 ft.C. 159.7 ft.D.225.8 ft.

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I have this problem where it gives me the coordinate points and slope but i need help forming the equation.

ALEKS LabAccess the ALEKS site here. Selecting this link will open the ALEKS window that allows you to access the ALEKS functionality. In addition, you may want to disable any pop-up blockers for this site.For the Week Five Math Lab, click on the ALEKS tab on the left navigation toolbar, in your online course. Review the tutorial on how to use ALEKS for your lab. Work in the Week Five module by selecting topics from your “pie.”Week Five ALEKS HomeworkAccess the ALEKS site here. Selecting this link will open the ALEKS window that allows you to access the ALEKS functionality. In addition, you may want to disable any pop-up blockers for this site.Complete the Homework on the assigned readings for the week in the ALEKS system, located in the left navigation toolbar in your online course. Review the tutorial on how to use ALEKS for your homework assignment. Click on the “Homework” button or tab at the top of your account window. Select the appropriate homework assignment for the week. Once you begin the assignment, you will not be able to work in other parts of ALEKS until it is completed. Be sure to use your textbook while using ALEKS for useful explanations of the problems. If necessary, you can log off of your ALEKS account without completing the homework, but when you log back on, you will return to where you left off in the assignment. There is no time limit. You will have unlimited attempts at each of the assignments. These grades will be automatically imported into the Gradebook at 11:59 PM Mountain Time on Monday evening.

Six years ago, the ratio of the ages of kunal and sagar was 6:5. Four years hence the ratio of their ages will be 11:10. What is sagars present age?