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Could you please show me how to set up and calculate the matrices for the following problem. They need to be done using matrix multiplication. Could you please explain each of the steps in detail because I am having trouble setting up the matrices. I will leave feedback for you if you provide a quality answer. Thank you.

In a toy shop there are red, blue and yellow marbles for sale.

The toy shop sells Jumbo bags of marbles that have 2 red, 3 blue and 4 yellow marbles.

The toy shop sells Giant bags that have 5 red, 6 blue and 1 yellow marble.

For a current promotion, the toy shop is selling

A Party Box which has 3 jumbo bags and a Giant bag.

A Championship Box with 2 Jumbo bags and 4 Giant bags.

If a person buys 5 Party boxes and 1 Championship box how many red, blue and yellow marbles will they the person have?

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ANSWER ALL 4 QUESTIONS PLEASE
1-You have set up an LRC series circuit and are observing the
voltage drop across the resistor on an ideal oscilloscope. If you
disconnect the oscilloscope, does the current in the circuit
change? Why or why not?
2-When a line light source with spectral lines is observed
through a diffraction grating
I. the blue lines are closer from the center than the red
lines.
II. the blue lines are farther from the center than the...

Could you please show me the steps on how you did this?
I claim that more than 70% of my students pass my class. You do
not believe me, so you do a records request to the college and find
out that 85 out of 125 of my students passed my class last
semester. Test at the 0.01 level of significance that my proportion
of passing students is not really 70%.
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*HOW WOULD I SET THIS UP IN A CHI-SQUARE TEST*
An example for numerical to categorical data off the top of my
head: Light of different color has different wavelengths, but
certain ranges of wavelengths qualify as certain
shades/hues/tints/etc. You can generalize and say a certain range
can be called "blue" or "red". Red is usually attributed to light
that has a wavelength between 780 and 622 nanometers, whereas blue
light is between 492 and 455 nm. To the average...

how would you do this, could someone explain with steps
please
For a random person looking for a jolt of caffeine, the
probability that they would go to Tim Horton’s over Starbucks is
65%. Those who go to Starbucks will get coffee 80% the time and a
specialty drink 20% of the time. Those who go to Tim Horton’s will
get the coffee 90% of the time and a specialty drink 10% of the
time. What is the probability that...

Answer the following based on Chapter 12:
a) You and your friends are going out for pizza and
there is a choice of 8 toppings you can choose for the same price
but you are only allowed to choose 3 of them. How many combinations
of toppings could you have, given you could choose the same one
more than once.
b) In a game called codebreaker, a code is made up of
different colors by one player (the codemaker) and...

Your supervisor has asked you to research the following
situation concerning Owen and Lisa Cordoncillo. Owen and Lisa are
brother and sister. In May 2016, Owen and Lisa exchange business
pickup trucks. Lisa gives up a blue pickup truck with an adjusted
basis of $2,000 and a fair market value of $6,000. In return for
this property, Lisa receives from Owen a red pickup truck with a
fair market value of $5,500 and cash of $500. Owen’s adjusted basis
in...

*******PLEASE EXPLAIN HOW YOU GOT THE ANSWER.********
1.) Rank the following charge/distance combinations from lowest
energy to highest energy. Your answer should be a four letter
"word" made up of the letters a, b, c and d. For example, if you
think the order is a (lowest energy), then b, then c, then d
(highest energy), you should enter the "word" abcd in the answer
box. Note, the word has no spaces or commas.
a) A -3 charge and a...

Please show me how to apply CVP analysis for this case
study.
FLY ASH BRICK PROJECT: FEASIBILITY STUDY USING CVP ANALYSIS
S. K. Mitra and Shubhra Hajela wrote this case solely to provide
material for class discussion. The authors do not intend to
illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a managerial
situation. The authors may have disguised certain names and other
identifying information to protect confidentiality.
This publication may not be transmitted, photocopied, digitized
or otherwise reproduced in any...

PLEASE READ THE ARTICLES ATTACHED AND ANSWER THE
FOLLOWING QUESTION. THE ARTICLES ARE BOTH LISTED
PLEASE PROVIDE DETAILED EXPLANATIONS.
PLEASE WRITE ONE REFLECTION COMBINING BOTH
ARTICLES.
The purpose of the Article Reflection is to deepen your
engagement with the topic of Epidemiology. It will give you the
opportunity to reflect on the current real-life epidemiological
issues at hand and help to bring meaning to them.
ARTICLE 1:
A group of students knew they had covid-19. They hosted
a party over...

1) At a lumber company, shelves are sold inȱȱ5 types of wood, 4
different widths and 3 different lengths. How many different types
of shelves could be ordered?
2) A shirt company has 5 designs each of which can be made with
short or long sleeves. There are 4 different colors available. How
many differentȱȱshirts are available from this company? Find the
indicated probability. Round your answer to 2 decimal places when
necessary.
3) A bag contains 6 red marbles,...

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