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Madiha Hasan
Subject: Math
, asked on 30/4/20
Plz help me with this...answer the following question on the basis of the table given below
Find the net profit of each movie showing its ID, Name and Net Profit.
??? (Hint: Net Profit = BusinessCost ? ProductionCost)
Make sure that the new column name is labeled as NetProfit. Is this column now a part of the MOVIE relation. If no, then what name is coined for such columns? What can you say about the profit of a movie which has not yet released? Does your query result show profit as zero?
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Jaiprakash
Subject: Math
, asked on 28/4/20
Hindi me nahi a raha hai
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Irum
Subject: Math
, asked on 28/4/20
A computer operator white calculating the coefficient between two variates x and y for 25 pairs of observations obtained the following constants:
n=25,?X=125,?X^2=650 ,?Y=100,?Y^2=460; ,?XY=508
It was however later discovered at the time of checking that he had copied down two pairs as (6, 14) and (8,6) while the correct pairs were (8,12) and (6,8). Obtain the correct value of the correlation coefficient.
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Kajal Sharma
Subject: Math
, asked on 27/4/20
chapter number 3rd exercise 3.2 full
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Nimisha
Subject: Math
, asked on 26/4/20
Consider a function f(x) = 3x+4 / x-2 , x is not equal to 2 . Find a fuction g(x) on a suitable domain such that gof (x) = x =fog (x)
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Khushi
Subject: Math
, asked on 26/4/20
Question no. 1
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Tejitha
Subject: Math
, asked on 24/4/20
Rahon going to the shop the shop was reopen today the first. Boy came shop for ice cream he bring 20 rupees for 1 ice cream the 1ice cream is 10 but he not has 10rupees
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Nabhitha Balachandar
Subject: Math
, asked on 22/4/20
Pls solve 38th q
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Nabhitha Balachandar
Subject: Math
, asked on 22/4/20
Pls solve 39 th question
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Nimisha
Subject: Math
, asked on 22/4/20
Consider the set A = {1 2 4 5 7 9 10}
Define the relation R on A as :
"aRb if and only if a - b is an even number."
Then : (i) write the elements of the set R (ii) find the domain and range of R.
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Nabhitha Balachandar
Subject: Math
, asked on 21/4/20
Pls solve the 34th question
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Nabhitha Balachandar
Subject: Math
, asked on 18/4/20
Pls provide answer with steps
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Rose
Subject: Math
, asked on 15/4/20
Please help me solve both the parts of sum 16
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Nimisha
Subject: Math
, asked on 15/4/20
Find the value of :-
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Aasmi Berry
Subject: Math
, asked on 12/4/20
A foreign company producing ashtrays and serving platters can hire upto 20 workers. Three types of workers are
available. Workers of type I are capable of producing 5 ashtrays and 5 serving platters during 1 day and type II
workers make 10 serving platters per day. The type III workers produce15 ashtrays during a day?s production. The
company can use no more than 160 ashtrays and 100 serving platters per day. The company makes a profit of
Rs.2 on ashtrays and Rs.3 on serving platters. Formulate the LPP mathematically and find out how many of each
type of workers should the management hire in order to maximize profit? Use simplex method
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Find the net profit of each movie showing its ID, Name and Net Profit.

??? (Hint: Net Profit = BusinessCost ? ProductionCost)

Make sure that the new column name is labeled as NetProfit. Is this column now a part of the MOVIE relation. If no, then what name is coined for such columns? What can you say about the profit of a movie which has not yet released? Does your query result show profit as zero?

n=25,?X=125,?X^2=650 ,?Y=100,?Y^2=460; ,?XY=508

It was however later discovered at the time of checking that he had copied down two pairs as (6, 14) and (8,6) while the correct pairs were (8,12) and (6,8). Obtain the correct value of the correlation coefficient.

Define the relation R on A as :

"aRb if and only if a - b is an even number."

Then : (i) write the elements of the set R (ii) find the domain and range of R.

available. Workers of type I are capable of producing 5 ashtrays and 5 serving platters during 1 day and type II

workers make 10 serving platters per day. The type III workers produce15 ashtrays during a day?s production. The

company can use no more than 160 ashtrays and 100 serving platters per day. The company makes a profit of

Rs.2 on ashtrays and Rs.3 on serving platters. Formulate the LPP mathematically and find out how many of each

type of workers should the management hire in order to maximize profit? Use simplex method