C. Suppose a manager of the company ischosen at random. What is the probabilitythat the manager’s salary is more than 1standard deviation

C. Suppose a manager of the company is chosen at random. What is the probability
that the manager's salary is more than 1
standard deviation below the mean?
Round your answer to the nearest

[tex]C. Suppose a manager of the company is chosen at random. What is the probability that the manager[/tex]

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  1. the population of other specie of birds will decline or other specie of birds will find some alternate source of food to survive.


    according to the competitive exclusion principle, which is also known as gause's law, two specie living in the same niche and feeding on the same resource cannot co-exist stably.

    as we have well studied the theory of natural selection which states that only those organisms survive which have better tendency to compete for food and adapt to the environmental conditions.

    coming towards the question, what wi ll happen when one species outcompetes the other for the small fish , the other specie will not get enough food and will start to die or decline in population. eventually either other specie needs to find another alternative food source for itself or migrate at some other location where there is less competition otherwise it will just not exist anymore at that niche.

    hope it !

  2. First step is to get rid of the square root. remember that a square root is the same as raising to the (1/2) power. see below: [tex]\sqrt{\frac{ {72x}^{16} }{ {50x}^{{{36} }}}} = \frac{ { \sqrt{72}x}^{ {16}^{ (\frac{1}{2}) } } }{ { \sqrt{50} x}^ {{36}^{ (\frac{1}{2}) } }}[/tex]multiply exponents per exponent rules to get: [tex]\frac{ { \sqrt{72}x}^{8} }{ { \sqrt{50}x}^{18} }[/tex]remember you subtract exponents from the denominator and add exponents in the numerator so: [tex]\sqrt{ \frac{72}{ 50}} \times ( {x}^{(8 - 18) } ) = \sqrt{ \frac{36}{25} } \times ( {x}^{ - 10} )[/tex]simplify further: [tex]\frac{6}{5} {x}^{ - 10} = \frac{6}{5 {x}^{10} }[/tex]so a is the correct choice. if you don't understand this google exponent rules and it will you understand. look at the image results.
    [tex]Plz hurrywhat is the simplified form of  ? assume  x  ≠ 0.[/tex]

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