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# Refer to the accompanying data display that results from a sample of airport data speeds in Mbps. Complete parts (a) through (c) below. a. What is the number of degrees of freedom that should be used for finding the critical value t a/2? df= (Type a whole number.) Part 2 b. Find the critical value t a/2 corresponding to a 95% confidence level. t a/2= (Round to two decimal places as needed.) Part 3 c. Give a brief general description of the number of degrees of freedom. A. The number of degrees of freedom for a collection of sample data is the number of sample values that are determined after certain restrictions have been imposed on all data values. B. The number of degrees of freedom for a collection of sample data is the number of unique, non-repeated sample values. C. The number of degrees of freedom for a collection of sample data is the total number of sample values. D. The number of degrees of freedom for a collection of sample data is the number of sample values that can vary after certain restrictions have been imposed on all data values. tingzontumbler9061

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step-by-step explanation: khia22

c.

step-by-step explanation:

because first you have to add the 4x, 9x, and the 7x together and you get 20x and then you add the last numbers up and you get 5and then you put the subtraction sign in there and that's how you get the answer.  shakiyahjones99441

i think there was a typo. you wrote pat brings 3 quarts of ice-cream to the party. each serving of ice-cream is 1 6 quart. how many total servings of ice-cream does pat bring to the party? i think the bold is supposed to be 1/6. so 1 quart of ice cream = 6 servings. 6 * 3 = 18.

the answer is 18. savannahvargas512

hey there!

if she's saving for six months, let's divide the total number we need for the trip by six, dividing it into the amount that needs to be saved for each month.

500 ÷ 6 = she needs to save at least this amount each month, so we should use this symbol: ≥

let x be the amount she saves each month.

your final answer is x ≥ hope this !

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