**Answer:**

96 - 3 would be 93 so i'd assume the percent change is 3%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Just my head talking

**Answer:**

There is sufficient statistical evidence to suggest that the average weight of the ground beef packaged in small trays is 1 pound

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Here we have to perform a t-test

Mean = Sample mean = 1.04 lb

μ = Population mean = 1 lb

s = Standard deviation of 0.19

n = Sample size = 45

Null hypothesis H₀ = 1

Alternative hypothesis Hₐ > 1

Therefore from

we have

t = 1.412

Critical t at 5% confidence level = 1.68

at 5 % confidence level we obtain the probability P is;

P = 0.0825 > 0.05 Therefore we accept our null hypothesis that the average weight of ground beef per pack is 1 pound.

**Answer:**

(- 4, 1 )

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given the 2 equations

y = x + 5 → (1)

x - 5y = - 9 → (2)

Substitute y = x + 5 into (2)

x - 5(x + 5) = - 9 ← distribute and simplify left side

x - 5x - 25 = - 9

- 4x - 25 = - 9 ( add 25 to both sides )

- 4x = 16 ( divide both sides by - 4 )

x = - 4

Substitute x = - 4 into either of the 2 equations and evaluate for y

Substituting into (1)

y = - 4 + 5 = 1

Solution is (- 4, 1 )