## Vigenere Cipher 2

Use the Vigenėre cipher with the key word FIND to decrypt the message N SARB QG ZMMA L XMR LY....

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Use the Vigenėre cipher with the key word FIND to decrypt the message N SARB QG ZMMA L XMR LY....

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(a) Find the probability of rolling a sum of 6. (b) Find the probability of rolling a sum of 7 or 11. (c) Find the probability of not rolling a sum of 4....

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Determine if the graph has an Euler circuit. If it does, find one. If it does not, explain why....

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(a) George put $5000 in a savings account that pays out 3% interest compounded monthly. What is his account balance after 4 years? (b) Simon received a signing bonus of $1800 and invested the money in a Certificate of Deposit (CD) at a 2.8% annual intere...

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1. Jack makes a loan of $2000 to his friend Jake at 5% simple interest. How much will Jake owe to his friend after (a) 2 years? (b) 6 months? 2. Some student loans offer an interest-only repayment option under which you make monthly interest payments w...

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Use the Vigenėre cipher with the key word FIND to decrypt the message N SARB QG ZMMA L XMR LY....

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Suppose Joe earned $5000 from his summer job. He decides to put it in a savings account at a bank that pays out 3% interest on his original investment each year. (a) How much will his account earn after 1 year? How much money will be in his account? (b) ...

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Encrypt the message MAKE IT HAPPEN using the Vigenėre cipher and key word MATH....

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Suppose you are given a message that has been encrypted using a shift cipher. How would you go about deciphering Y QC MXQJ Y QC without knowing the shift?...

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Fill in the table using the Caesar cipher. (a) Encrypt the message ATTACK AT DAWN using the Caesar cipher. (b) Decrypt the message WKLV LV IXQ using the Caesar cipher....

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Find the first 4 characters on the driver's license using the Soundex Coding System....

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Verify the validity of the ISBN-10 and ISBN-13....

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Verify the validity of the credit card....

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Verify the validity of the bank routing number....

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Verify the validity of the EAN....

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Verify the validity of the UPC....

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(a) Verify the validity of the traveler's check ID number. (b) Verify the validity of the USPS money order....

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A local hospital has a nursing staff of 225 nurses working 4 shifts: A (7am-1pm), B (1pm-7pm), C (7pm-1am), and D (1am-7am). The number of nurses apportioned to each shift is based on the average number of patients treated in that shift. Use the Hamilton ...

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A school is given 20 scholarships to distribute to 3 departments based on student population. Use the Hamilton Method to determine how many scholarships are given to each department....

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The Detroit Red Wings record for the 2010-2011 regular season was 47-25-10 (47 wins, 25 losses, 10 losses in overtime). Use the Hamilton Method to determine the whole percentage of each category....

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Let's go back to 1790 when the total population was 3,929,214. The House of Representatives was to have 105 members. (a) What is the standard divisor for the House of Representatives in 1790? (b) The population of Virginia in 1790 was 747,610. Find its q...

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Michael is moving from a house to an apartment. He leaves some of his bigger items behind: couch, dresser, and bed frame. Chris, Ethan, and Seth move in and submit sealed bids for the items. Determine the final allocation....

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A business is left to 3 brothers. None of them want a partner, so they need to figure out which one will own the business. They submit sealed bids. Determine the final allocation....

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Al and Peggy are getting divorced. The only item of real value is their house. They use the Method of Sealed Bids to determine who will get the house. They each submit bids without the other knowing what the other bid. Find the final allocation....

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In recent labor-management negotiations, several issues were identified. Use the Adjusted Winner Procedure to determine a fair resolution between labor and management....

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Sarah and Christina have been roommates all throughout college. Now that they have graduated, it is time to divide up the items that were purchased over the last 4 years. Use the Adjusted Winner Procedure to determine who gets what....

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Mike and Carol are getting a divorce and must divide up some of their assets. They use the Adjusted Winner Procedure. Who gets what?...

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A mom wants to book the family vacation soon. She decides to leave it up to her children, nieces, and nephews to determine where they will go this year. They have 3 choices: Cedar Point (C), Disney World (D), or Great Wolf Lodge (G). (a) Determine the Bo...

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An advertising company is trying to decide which color they should use for their company slogan: blue (B), green (G), red (R), or yellow (Y). Each employee ranks their preferences. Determine the instant runoff winner....

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A Humanities class is asked which art exhibit they would like to attend. The choices are Salvador DalÍ (D), M.C. Escher (E), or Norman Rockwell (R). Use Borda count to determine the winning exhibit....

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An advertising company is still trying to decide which color they should use for their company slogan: blue (B), green (G), red (R), or yellow (Y). They ask employees who have been with the company at least 5 years to rank their preferences. Determine the...

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Five friends enter a Ping-Pong competition: Al, Brick, Chris, Dawson, and Ethan. Beforehand, the audience was asked to rank the competitors from best player to worst player based solely on their first names. Find the sequential pairwise winner using alpha...

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Alice, Bob, Carol, and David are running for President of the Homeowner Association. The preference schedule is given. Determine the Condorcet winner, if there is one....

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Alice, Bob, Carol, and David are running for President of the Homeowner Association. The preference schedule is given. Determine the Condorcet winner, if there is one....

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The data below shows the temperatures (in °F) and pace (in minutes/mile) of a runner who typically runs at an 8 minute/mile pace. (a) Find the linear correlation coefficient using a calculator. Why kind of linear relationship exists, if there is one? (b...

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A fan club is trying to determine who should be the president. There are 3 candidates: Allison, Betsy, and Cate. Each member of the club (beside the candidates) lists their preference from 1st choice to last choice. These are the results. (a) Create the p...

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Suppose it is found that the amount of bug chirps is related to the temperature. The regression equation is found where x represents chirps per minute and y represents temperature in °F. (a) Find the best predicted temperature when a bug is chirping at ...

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Determine which type of linear correlation exists by drawing a possible least squares regression line for each set of data points. Give a reasonable estimate for the value of r....

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You are interested in subscribing to a mail-order snack company. Nature Goodies charges $4 for each snack. Pure Snacks charges a membership fee of $10 per month and all snacks cost $2. (a) Find the slope-intercept equation for Nature Goodies using x to r...

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Suppose you are offered 2 jobs in sales. The first job offers $100 per week plus 20% commission on any item that you sell. The second job offers a salary of $500 per week plus 10% commission. (a) How much money would you make at the first job if you sol...

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(a) Find the slope-intercept equation of the line. (b) Graph the line....

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Systolic blood pressure of women is normally distributed with a mean of 130 mmHg and a standard deviation of 20 mmHg. Use the percentages below for a normal distribution to answer the following the questions. (a) What percent of women have a systolic bloo...

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Below are the city miles per gallon for select Ford cars in order from least to greatest. (a) Construct a frequency table and histogram (b) Construct the box-and-whisker plot. (c) Describe the shape of the distribution....

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Chris Osgood spent the first part of his 17-year NHL career with the Detroit Red Wings, then the New York Islanders and the St. Louis Blues before returning to Detroit in 2005. These are his saves per season for 2005-2011. Find the standard deviation....

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A math class has 5 exams for the semester. One student scores 73, 81, 70, 85, and 76 on his exams. Find the standard deviation....

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Hank Greenberg ("Hammerin' Hank") is considered to be one of the greatest sluggers in baseball history. He spent most of his career playing for the Detroit Tigers in the 1930's and 1940's. Below are his home run totals for each season he played. Construct...

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Al Kaline ("Mr. Tiger") played his entire 22-year baseball career for the Detroit Tigers. Below is his number of hits per season from least to greatest. Construct a box-and-whisker plot....

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(a) Hank Greenberg ("Hammerin' Hank") is considered to be one of the greatest sluggers in baseball history. He spent most of his career playing for the Detroit Tigers in the 1930's and 1940's. Below are his home run totals for each season he played. Find ...

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