 admin # In an Excel spreadsheet, a set of numbers is stored in cells B1, B2, B3, , B9. Write an Excel formula that would calculate the mean of this data.

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## Solution 1 Guest #2392141
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=(B1+B2+B3+B9)/4

Explanation:

The mean is the average of a group of data and it is calculated by adding all the numbers and dividing by the amount of numbers. So, according to this, the formula in Excel that would allow you to calculate the mean of this data is:

=(B1+B2+B3+B9)/4

You have to add the numbers by indicating the cells in which they are contained and divide by 4 that is the amount of numbers given.

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Solution 1

Option E is false.

Explanation:

Option A is true.

When you first turn on your computer, RAM is empty. RAM holds processed data before it is stored more permanently on disk. RAM is also volatile memory.

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so only Option E is false.

Solution 2

The statement that is false is that When the OS needs to store more programs in RAM, RAM expands automatically.

### What is RAM?

RAM is a term that connote  random access memory. It is found present in a computer.

Note that the RAM is said to be a very volatile memory that only saves  files temporarily and as such, saying that the OS needs to store more programs in RAM, RAM expands automatically is wrong as that does not happen.

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The answer to this question defined below.

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b. Customized auditing.

Explanation:

Vulnerability scanning is a process of finding or testing a system for weak or vulnerable spots which can be exploited by outsiders. It helps to boost the computer network in an organisation.

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The correct answer is letter "B": Customized auditing.

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Solution 1

Coordination numbers, grain growth in ice, and till deformation.

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a.) when a_0 = 23 is the number of cars at the beginning of the 1 month. and then At the end of the first month a_1 = 26 cars. an addition that of extra 3 cars.

• Therefore The Arithmetic Progression equation will be used are:

That is T(n) = a + (n-1)×d

• Where that  T(n) is the number of cars after that n months
• So that "a is the number of cars at the end bbn of the first month; 26  d is the monthly car increment that is 3
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That is T(n)= 23 + 3n

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which is T(8)= 23 + 3(8)

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Solution 2

a_8 =47

The cost of maintenance for 2 years is $69000 Explanation: a.) a_0 = 23 is the number of cars at the beginning of the first month. At the end of the first month a_1 = 26 cars. This is due to the addition of extra 3 cars. The Arithmetic Progression equation will be used to solve this question. T(n) = a + (n-1)×d Where T(n) is the number of cars after n months a is the number ofr cars at the end bbn of the first month; 26 d is the monthly car increment; 3 Substituting a and d into the equation, the equation reduces to T(n)= 23 + 3n For number of cars after 8 month a_8; T(8)= 23 + 3(8) T(8) = 47 b.) The maintenance cost at the first month is$50× 23 cars= $1150, for the second month$50 × 26 cars= $1300, for the third month$50 × 29 cars = $1450. The monthly increment is$150.

Arithmetic Progression will also be used to solve this problem.

Sm = n/2 [2a + (n-1)×d]

Where

Sn is the sum of maintenance cost for months n

a is the maintenance cost of the first month; $1150 d is the monthly increment;$150

Inserting a and d into the formula,Sn reduces to

Sn= n/2[2150 + 150n]

Inputting 24months (2 years) as n on the equation above

Sn= 24/2[2150 + 150×24]

Sn= \$69000

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Hi Tianylee114! The answer is False.

Explanation:

Structural Testing or White-Box testing by definition is the testing of Software solution's internal structure, design and coding. The code is therefore visible to the tester, who can verify the internal flow of variables and outputs based on operations of those inputs. This allows the tester to identify areas of improvements. Black-Box testing on the other hand is where the software is tested for behaviour, therefore internals are not visible to the tester.

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The statement is: False.

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Computer system use Binary and it uses power of 2 only.

Explanation:

The reasons for equipping memory with a peculiar number instead of round or even number are as follows:

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d. ​Blanchard/Peale model

Explanation:

In order to conduct proper emission test, it is essential to follow the three steps proposed by Blanchard and Peale. Their proposition can be used to answer the necessary ethical questions and proffer solutions. Therefore, the company should have conducted an ethical check to resolve the ethical issue. The correct answer is option d.

Solution 2

The correct answer is letter "D": Blanchard/Peale model.

Explanation:

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A tablet has a 7.5- × 5.8-inch screen size with a resolution of 326 pixels per inch. (a) How many pixels does it have? (b) With 256 levels of brightness for each color subpixel, what is the MiB size of the display memory?
Solution 1

13.2 miB

Explanation:

Total Number of pixels:

N = (326*7.5) * (326*5.8) = 4,623,006 pixels.

If we have 3 color subpixels, and any of them has 256 levels, this means that each color subpixel will have 8 bits.

⇒ 4,623,006*24*8 = 110,952,144 bits

As 1 byte = 8 bits,

N(Bytes) = 110,952,144 bits / 8 = 13,869, 018 bytes

As 1 MiB = 2²⁰ bytes = 1024*1024,

The total size of the display memory in MiBs is as follows:

N(MiB) = ⇒ N(MiB) = 13.2 MiB

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