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David bought n apples. x percent of these apples are red. Using Java, calculate how many apples are green. n and x are input from console

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There are 4 balls in a bag: Red, Blue, Green and Yellow.
In how many ways you can pick k balls from the urn of n with
replacement?

how many ways are there to choose nineteen identical
balls from a pile of red, yellow, blue, and green balls if there
can be no more than seven balls of each color?

Using the formual (2n-3)! / [2^n-2 x (n-2)!], how many possible
rooted trees can you generate using 6 organisma?

Please show how to solve using EXCEL ONLY
EXCEL INSTRUCTIONS ONLY
8. David Hoffman purchases a $1,000 20‐year
bond with an
8 percent coupon rate (annual payments). Yields on comparable
bonds are 10 percent. David expects that, 2 years from
now, yields on comparable bonds will have declined to 9
percent.
Find his expected yield, assuming the bond is sold
in 2 years.

using java
LO: (Remember) Students will recall how to read
from standard input.
LO: (Apply) Students will write loops that
iterate as long as a condition is true.
Write a program that reads words from standard input and
displays them to standard output. When the word "end" is read,
print it out and then stop reading input.
starter code:
import java.util.Scanner;
/*
* Reads and displays words from standard input until hitting a stop
word.
*/
public class WhileLoop {...

Using the experimental sampling strategy, how many samples of
size 4 (n = 4) can be drawn from the following population
sizes?
(a) N = 6
(b) N = 7
(c) N = 8
(d) N = 9

how do you calculate the percent of EBIT over many years? such
as five or more years as a percent.

How many eigenstates in the n=3 energy level for hydrogen atom?
How can I calculate this?
Please explain your all step!
Thank you!

is there anything wrong with the solution. the question are from
java course
Write a main method that will request the user to enter Strings
using a JOptionPane input dialog. The method should continue
accepting strings until the user types “STOP”.
Then, using a JOptionPane message
dialog, tell the user how many of the strings begin and end with a
digit.
Answer:
import javax.swing.*;
public class IsAllLetters {
public static void main(String[] args)
{
String
input;
int count =...

Using the normal distribution, calculate the following
probabilities:
a) P(X≤16|n=50, p=0.70)
b) P(10≤X≤16|n=50, p=0.50)

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