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Posted by **megan ** on Saturday, March 27, 2010 at 11:25pm.

Fiber Type High Calorie Low Calorie Totals

High Fiber 18 4 22

Medium Fiber 23 6 29

Low Fiber 12 21 33

Totals 53 31 84

1. What is the probability that the cereal would be high calorie? In other words, what is P(high calorie)?

2. What is the probability that the cereal would be high fiber? In other words, what is P(high fiber)?

3. What is the probability that a cereal would both high calorie and high fiber? In other words, what is P(high calorie and high fiber)?

4. What is the probability that a cereal would either high calorie or high fiber? In other words, what is P(high calorie or high fiber)?

5. What is the probability that a cereal would be high calorie, given that it is high fiber? In other words, what is P(high calorie, given high fiber)?

6. What is the probaility that a cereal would be high calorie, given that is is low fiber? In other words, what is P(high calorie, given low fiber)?

7. Regarding Questions 5 and 6, how might you interpret this information as a consumer?

8. Using the simple test of independence, decide if the events high calorie and high fiber are independent or dependent. Show your work.

- Statistics for Decision -
**PsyDAG**, Sunday, March 28, 2010 at 7:30amWe do not do your homework for you. If you will submit your answers, we will be glad to check your work. However, I will do the first problem to get you started.

1. total high calorie/grand total = 52/84 = 13/21. Convert to a decimal.

I hope this helps.

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**megan**, Sunday, March 28, 2010 at 11:39pm2.22/84

3.53/84

4

57/84=0.6785

5.18/84

6.18/21

8. indepent high cal have 18/84 and high fiber have 53/84

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**nikki**, Wednesday, April 14, 2010 at 7:11pmA student conduct a study and reported that 95% confidence intervak for themean ranged from 46-54. He was surethat the mean of the sample was 50,that the standard deviation of the sample was 16and that the sample was atleast 30 but could not remember exact number. can you help me

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**Anonymous**, Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 2:35pmDiscuss how the Excel command "countif" was used in the table above. Why were the ranges (such as f2:f23) used as they were?

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**jim**, Tuesday, June 7, 2011 at 4:40amDiscuss how the Excel command "countif" was used in the table above. Why were the ranges (such as f2:f23) used as they were?

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**Anonymous**, Friday, June 28, 2013 at 8:13pm61