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The weather forecast for next season calls for a 10% chance of wind, a 20% chance of rain, a 30% chance of clouds, and a 40% chance of sunshine. If there are 90 days in the season, what is the predicted frequency for each type of weather?Wind is predicted for______ days.Rain is predicted for _______ days.Cloudiness is predicted for _______ days.Sunshine is predicted for ________days.
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2 months ago
I AM GIVING 99 POINTS!I KNOW THIS IS MATH BUT NOBODY EVER ANSWERS IN ENGLISH OR THE OTHER SUBJECTS...Read the following article on Gertrude Elion. Then, read the summary that follows. You will notice that the summary is incorrectly written. In this lesson, you learned six rules for writing an effective summary. Using this information, make three specific suggestions that would improve this ineffective summary. Important note: Do NOT write a summary. You will write three suggestions for improving this summary. Your suggestions must be based on the six rules of effective summaries that you learned in the lesson. Complete article from Encyclopedia Britannica U.S. pharmacologist (one who studies drug interactions) Gertrude B. Elion received the Nobel prize for medicine in 1988 along with George H. Hitchings and Sir James W. Black. The three were awarded the prize for their development of drugs used to treat several major diseases. Gertrude Belle Elion was born on Jan. 23, 1918, in New York City. She graduated from Hunter College in New York City with a degree in biochemistry in 1937. Unable to obtain a graduate research position because she was a woman, she took a series of jobs, including lab assistant, chemistry and physics teacher in New York City high schools, and research chemist. During this time she also took classes at New York University, where she earned a master's degree in 1941. Because she could not devote herself to full-time studies, Elion never received a doctorate. In 1944 Elion joined the Burroughs Wellcome Laboratories (now part of GlaxoSmithKline (a company that makes prescription medicines)). There she was first the assistant and then the colleague of Hitchings, with whom she worked for the next four decades. Elion and Hitchings developed an array (variety) of new drugs that were effective against leukemia, autoimmune disorders, urinary-tract infections, gout, malaria, and viral herpes. Their success was due primarily to their innovative (characterized by new or unique) research methods. Rather than using the trial-and-error approach used by previous pharmacologists, Elion and Hitchings examined the difference between the biochemistry of normal human cells and that of cancer cells, bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens (disease-causing agents). They used this information to create drugs that could target a particular pathogen without harming the human host's normal cells. Their methods enabled them to eliminate much of the guesswork and wasted effort typical in previous drug research. Although Elion officially retired in 1983, she helped oversee the development of azidothymidine (AZT), the first drug used in the treatment of AIDS. In 1991 she was awarded a National Medal of Science and was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame. She died on Feb. 21, 1999, in Chapel Hill, N.C. Student J. Doe's Summary Gertrude Elion was born in 1918 in New York City. She went to school for many years and eventually won the Nobel prize. She was unable to obtain a graduate research position because she was a woman. She took a series of jobs, including lab assistant, chemistry and physics teacher in New York City high schools, and research chemist. She was a scientist who helped discover many important drugs that saved lives. Elion also discovered new ways to test drugs. She died in 1999, 16 years after she retired from Burroughs Wellcome Laboratories.I think she was a terrific scientist.
General
2 months ago
What is the equation of the trend line?Enter your answers in the boxes.K = _J +_
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2 months ago
Enter each data set into the statistics calculator. Make note of the histogram, mean, and median of each data set. A = {10, 12, 12, 6, 8, 5, 4, 10, 8, 10, 12, 12, 6} B = {8, 8, 8, 7, 9, 7, 9, 10, 6, 8} Which statements are true about the data sets? Check all that apply. Set A is symmetrical. Set B has the same mean and median. Set B is right skewed. Set A is left skewed. The median of set A is larger than the mean of set A.
General
2 months ago
Drag a reason to each box to complete this proof.If 12=13x+5 , then x = 21.
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2 months ago
If a postal worker can deliver the mail to 18 houses in 15 minutes, how many houses will the postal worker be able to deliver to in 1 hour?
General
2 months ago
PLEASE HELP!!! Does this table represent a function? Why or why not?
General
2 months ago
The quadratic function y = –10x2 + 160x – 430 models a store’s daily profit (y) for selling a T-shirt priced at x dollars. What equation do you need to solve to find the selling price or prices that would generate $50 in daily profit? What method would you use to solve the equation?
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2 months ago
Which system of equations can you use to find the roots of the equation? x3 – 10x = x2 – 6 y = x3 – x2 + 10x + 6 y = 0 y = x3 – x2 + 10x y = 6 y = x3 – 10x y = x2 – 6
General
2 months ago
The ratio of the amount of vitamin A in cow milk to the amount of vitamin A in goat milk is 3 to 4. If a liter of cow milk has 1560 international units (IU) of vitamin, how many IU of vitamin A are in a liter of goat milk?
General
2 months ago
which compounds will most likely dissociate when dissolved in water? select all that apply A barium hydroxide B ethanol C glucoseD silver nitrate E dichloromethaneF postassium chloride
Algebra
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Which conclusion is best supported by the data in the table ? QUICK
Algebra
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Which condition must exist in order for conduction to occur between two substances?the molecules of the substances must be touching. both substances must be the same temperature. at least one substance must be a liquid. most of the molecules must be slow moving?
Algebra
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Which conditions need to be in balance for cells to function? Check all that apply.blood sugarfood intakebody waterbody temperaturebody mass
Algebra
2 months ago
Which congruence theorem can be used to prove △WXS ≅ △YZS? Triangles W X S and Y Z S are connected at point S. Angles W X S and S Z Y are right angles. Sides X S and S Z are congruent. SSS ASA SAS HL
Geometry
2 months ago
Which congruence theorem can be used to prove △WXZ ≅ △YZX? Triangles W X Z and Y Z X share side X Z. Angles W X Z and X Z Y are right angles. Angles X W Z and X Y Z are congruent. AAS ASA SAS HL
Geometry
2 months ago
Which construction might this image result from?A. construction to copy a line segmentB. construction of a perpendicular bisectorC. construction of a perpendicular to a line through a given point on the lineD. construction of a line parallel to an existing lineE. construction of a perpendicular to a line through a given external point
Geometry
2 months ago
Which correctly summarizes the trend in electron affinity? it tends to be very high for group 2 it tends to be more negative across a period it tends to remain the same across periods it tends to be more negative down a group
Algebra
2 months ago
Which criterion is a requirement for naturalization as a US citizen? A. The person must be a lawful, permanent resident for five years. B. The person must read, write, and speak at least two languages. C. The person must be related to a natural or naturalized citizen. D. The person must be between the ages of 18 and 55 years old.
Algebra
2 months ago
Which data-gathering activity would be useful for a biomechanical analysis? creating a graph that compares the salaries of professional gymnasts comparing the numbers of female gold medalists and male gold medalists in gymnastics tracking the increase in the number of gymnastics programs in a city over the course of a decade measuring the angle at which a gymnast’s body bends during an aerial flip
Algebra
2 months ago
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