<span>The answers are (-3, -2) (–1, –2) (1, –2) (1, 2).

Let's check out all of the possible solutions.

(-3, -2).

x = -3; y = -2.

y < 0.5x + 2;

-2 < 0.5 * (-3) + 2;

-2 < -1.5 + 2;

-2 < 0.5.

This is correct.

(-2, 1).

x = -2; y = 1.

y < 0.5x + 2;

1 < 0.5 * (-2) + 2;

1 < -1 + 2;

1 < -1.

This is not correct.

(-1, -2).

x = -1; y = -2.

y < 0.5x + 2;

-2 < 0.5 * (-1) + 2;

-2 < -0.5 + 2;

-2 < 1.5.

This is correct.

(-1, 2).

x = -1; y = 2.

y < 0.5x + 2;

2 < 0.5 * (-1) + 2;

2 < -0.5 + 2;

2 < 1.5.

This is not correct.

(1, -2).

x = 1; y = -2.

y < 0.5x + 2;

-2 < 0.5 * (1) + 2;

-2 < 0.5 + 2;

-2 < 2.5.

This is correct.

(1, 2).

x = 1; y = 2.

y < 0.5x + 2;

2 < 0.5 * (1) + 2;

2 < 0.5 + 2;

2 < 2.5.

This is correct.</span>

Let a = Imani's weekly allownace

She spent half of her allowance, so she has half it left = a/2. She got $4 more from washing the car, so she has a/2 + 4 dollars which totals $12:

a/2 + $4 = $12

a/2 = $8

Solve for a.

The **theoretical probability** of spinning an **odd numbe**r is equal to **5/9.**

The e**xperimental probability** is equal to **3/5. **

The **theoretical probability** of is **greater than **the **experimental probability.**

The **sample space **is H1 T1 H2 T2 H3 T3 H4 T4 H5 T5 H6 T6.

The **different combo meals **that are possible is **90.**

The** experiment probability** that the** pea pod has 9 peas **in it is **45%.**

<h3>What are the probabilities?</h3>

**Probability **is used to determine how likely it is that an event would happen. **Experimental probability** is based on the result of an experiment that has been carried out multiples times

The **theoretical probability** of spinning an **odd numbe**r **= **odd numbers between 1 and 9 / 9 = **5/9**

The e**xperimental probability **= number of odd number / sample space

6/10 **= 3/5**

The different** combo meals **possible = 6 x 5 x 3 = **90**

The **experiment probability** that the **pea pod **has 9 peas in it = number of pods with 9 peas / total number of peas

(18/40) x 100 = **45%**

To learn more about **experimental probability, **please check: brainly.com/question/23722574

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Lets solve f(5). First, replace all "n"s in the equation with 5s. F(5+1)=F(5)-2. This means that F(6)=F(5)-2, F(5)=F(4)-2, F(4)=F(3)-2, F(3)=F(2)-2, and F(2)=F(1)-2. Because we know F(1)=18, F(2)=16, F(3)=14, F(4)=12, and F(5)=10.

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1.= 1

2.= -15

3.= -18

4.= -1

5. = -11

6. = 22