If we are doing a positive solution then the answer is x=3/4, - 9/4 i believe idk though hope this helps

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**Answer:**

One number is 561

The other number is 23.6854

**Step-by-step explanation:**

x = y^2 One number = the square of another

x + y^2 = 1122 The sum of the two numbers is 1122

Substitute y^2 in for x on the second equation.

y^2 + y^2 = 1122 Combine like terms on the left

2y^2 = 1122 Divide by 2

y^2 = 1122/2

y^2 = 561 Take the square root of both sides.

y = 23.6854

x = y^2

x = 561

y^2 = 561

**Answer:**

Please see the attached pictures for the full solution.

The **probabilities **of **each **number are** equal**. Then **statements **A and C are **correct**.

<h3>What is probability?</h3>

**Probability **means **possibility**. It deals with the occurrence of a **random **event. The value of probability can only be from 0 to 1. Its basic meaning is something is **likely **to **happen**. It is the **ratio **of the **favorable** event to the **total **number of events.

Given

**Pedro **has a **spinner **with 4 **sections **numbered 1 through 4.

**Pedro **spins the **spinner **100 **times **and records the results.

He **calculates **the **relative frequency **of each **outcome**.

Outcome 1 2 3 4

Relative Frequency 0.24 0.25 0.26 0.25

A) A uniform **probability **model is a **good **model to represent **probabilities **related to the numbers **generated **in Pedro's experiment. This statement is **correct**.

B) The **theoretical probability **that any **one **number is **chosen **is likely 0.20. This is **incorrect **because **every **number has an equal probability.

C) It is **likely **that the** spinner** is** fair**. This statement is** correct** because the **probabilities **of **each **number are** equal**.

D) The **relative** **frequencies **in the table are **very **different. This statement is** incorrect**. Because numbers 2 and 4 have the** same** frequency and the number 1 and 3 have **slightly **different frequencies.

More about the **probability **link is given below.

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