Forty (40) small communities in western Alaska reported an average of 87 cases of larceny per year with a population standard deviation 47 cases per

year.

Determine an 65% confidence interval for the population mean annual number

of

reported larceny cases in such communities. Assume the population standard

deviation is known.

Use a z-interval procedure.

[tex]w\geq 14[/tex]

the smallest possible measurement of the width is 14 feet

step-by-step explanation:

let's assume length of parallelogram is 'l'

width of parallelogram is 'w'

the perimeter of a parallelogram must be no less than 40 feet

so, we get

[tex]2l+2w\geq 40[/tex]

we are given

length of parallelogram is 6 feet

so,

l=6

we can plug it

[tex]2\times 6+2w\geq 40[/tex]

now, we can solve for w

[tex]12+2w\geq 40[/tex]

subtract both sides by 12

[tex]12+2w-12\geq 40-12[/tex]

[tex]2w\geq 28[/tex]

divide both sides by 2

and we get

[tex]w\geq 14[/tex]

so,

the smallest possible measurement of the width is 14 feet

120 seems like the most sensible answer.

step-by-step explanation:

if there is only one topping on all caramel apples and there's 120 of them. then all apples should/will be covered in sprinkles. make sense?

not solvable

step-by-step explanation:

we need more information, or at least an

d

step-by-step explanation:

d