wow ok so the answer is 1k or just k
because of combining like terms xd
irst, find the z score of a score of 80. this is given by the formula z = (x-u)/o, where x is the score, u is the mean, and o is the standard deviation. this gives
z = (80-78)/12 = 1/6 = .1667
now, find what percentile a z score of 1/6 correlates to in the normal distribution.
a z score of 1/6 = .1667 is equivalent to the 56.36th percentile of the distribution. so the probability a score is over this is 1-.5636 = .4364
the mean of a sample mean is equal to the original mean. however, the standard deviation of a sample mean is equal to the original standard deviation divided by the square root of n (sample size). so the new standard deviation is 12/sqrt(16) = 3.
the new z score is 80-78/3 = 2/3 = .667. this is equivalent to the 74.86th percentile. so the probability that the mean will be greater than this score is 1-.7486 = .2514.
first, let's see what the pattern is.
58 - x = 47
46 - x = 36
x = 9
so this means that the term after 25 is 25 - 9:
the next term in the sequence is 16.
how to find the derivative...