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Can
you explain to me

How can I identify what mode is a transistor in?

When to figure out if it’s in

Cutoff

Active

Saturation

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Please dont tell me just the answer how can you solve this
question. What would I need to study to figure it out on my
own?
The hybridization associated with the central atom of a molecule
in which all the bond angles are 180°is
A. sp^2 B. sp^3 C. sp D. sp^3d^2 E. sp^3d

Can you please explain the Null Hypotheses to me in laymans
terms? I understand it is a term used to say we do not believe
something is not true?

Can someone explain to me how come boiling water is endothermic?
I thought if the temperature increases and heat is being released
than that would be exothermic reaction?

Can
you please explain to me the steps of ELISA testing to determine
whether a person is positive or negative for zika virus? I will be
really thankful I just need to know how can ELISA help me to
determine Zika virus in steps*

Can
someone "dumb" this question down for me? Can you explain every
step of how you got your answer? I need to see all work and
understand it.
For each of the following three sample sizes, con- struct the
95% confidence interval. Use a sample proportion of 0.40
throughout. What happens to interval width as sample size
increases? Why?
Ps = 0.40
Sample A: N = 100
Sample B: N = 1000
Sample C: N = 10,000

How do I figure out the cost of capital? The problem tells me it
is 14%, but I don't understand where the decimals come from
Introduction to corporate finance

Can you explain me about what is Method of Moment for mean and
variance in Normal and Binomial? How to use it, and an example
question?

Hi, I don’t know how to solve this problem. Can you solve for me
step by step... ? Thank you ?
The correlation between two variables A and B is .05 with a
p-value of .001. What can we conclude?
I am guessing that the correlation between A and B is not
significant because B is so small (.001.) ? Am I right?

Can you please explain to me the difference between these two
equations, and when to use each?
-P(A|B) =P(A)*P(B|A)
-P(A|B)= n(A|B)/n(B)

Could you please explain me why an when do I have to use the
negative binomial distribution for Problem 15 in chapter 2 (rice-
mathematical statistics and Data Analysis 3rd Edition). I wanted to
use the normal binomial distribution but I come to the wrong
results....

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