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Mr Smith has a sweet shop. The graph below shows his sales for each day of a week, from Monday to Sunday. On which day were sales highest?
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You are doing some work for your local soccer club. for the last 10 games played at the local stadium, the follow ticket sales were recorded:
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From the sale prices, calculate 1 The mean 2 Standard deviation The average retail prices during the Christmas period of 2002 in Blantyre, selected at random are shown in the table below: A shop has a sale and marked down the prices of various items as shown in the table.
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Calculate cost price of clock A.
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The annual sales (in billions of rand) of notebooks from 2006 to 2012 are shown in the following table. (x=0 corresponds to the year 2006) Using the points corresponding to the first and fifth year, find the equation of the sales trend line
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