# Homework Help: Math: Statistics

## Recent Homework Questions About Statistics

**statistics**

A company has been studying the performance of their sales department. The measure of performance used is: average monthly sales amount in dollars. For the past 12 months, the average monthly sales amount has been $4,532 with a standard deviation of $386. Calculate the ...

*Sunday, November 30, 2014 by Deeptimaan*

**Statistics**

10 A color candy was chosen randomly out of a bag. Below are the results: Color Probability Blue 0.30 Red 0.10 Green 0.15 Yellow 0.20 Orange ??? a. What is the probability of choosing a yellow candy? b. What is the probability that the candy is blue, red, or green? c. What is ...

*Saturday, November 29, 2014 by Den*

**statistics**

What decision is reached when 'a' is greater than the p-value? When 'a' is greater than the p-value, the null hypothesis is rejected. Why is this decision reached?

*Friday, November 28, 2014 by MissPatte*

**business statistics**

10.55 Consider an experiment with four groups, with eight values in each. For the ANOVA summary table below, fill in all the missing results: Source Degrees of Freedom Sum of Squares Mean Square (Variance) F Among groups c - 1 = ? SSA = ? MSA = 80 FSTAT = ? Within groups n - c...

*Thursday, November 27, 2014 by bill*

**Statistics**

Suppose that hours of sleep per night for single adults between 30 and 40 years of age are normally distributed with a mean of 6.7 hours and a standard deviation of 1.1 hours. What proportion of adults sleep longer than 4.5 hours per night? (Report to 3 decimal places.)

*Wednesday, November 26, 2014 by Beth*

**Statistics 2 please give answers to the below ques**

According to a study conducted by a statistical organization, the proportion of americans who are satisfied with the way things are going in their lives is 0.82. Suppose that a random sample of 105 Americans is obtained. (Please answer the below and round to four decimals ...

*Wednesday, November 26, 2014 by LADO*

**Statistics 1 plaese give answers to below question**

Suppose a simple random sample of size n=150 is obtained from a population whose size is N=20,000 and whose population proportion with a specified characteristic is p=0.8. Please answer questions (1) through (5) below. (1) Describe the sampling distribution of p^ (choose the ...

*Wednesday, November 26, 2014 by LADO*

**Statistics**

For the following set of scores, fill in the cells. The mean is 70 and the standard deviation is 8. Raw score Z score 68.0 ? ? –1.6 82.0 ? ? 1.8 69.0 ? ? –0.5 85.0 ? ? 1.7 72.0 ?

*Wednesday, November 26, 2014 by KIM*

**statistics**

express the CI (0.045, 0.133) in the form of p ̂-E<p<p ̂+E

*Tuesday, November 25, 2014 by MissPatte*

**Statistics**

The grades in the final exam of a random sample of 25 students produce a standard deviation, s = 9.5. a) Construct a 90% confidence interval estimate for the population variance, . b) Can we infer at 10% level of significance that the population variance is significantly ...

*Tuesday, November 25, 2014 by Kendra*

**statistics**

Test whether women have, on average, more pairs of shoes than men. Include all forms of sneakers, shoes, sandals, and boots. Use staffs at UTeM as the sample.

*Tuesday, November 25, 2014 by help me*

**statistics**

Buy three small packages of M&Ms and 5 small packages of another brand of candy (same net weight as the M&Ms). Test whether or not the mean number of candy pieces per package is the same for the two brands.

*Tuesday, November 25, 2014 by help me*

**statistics**

Suppose that young adults own an average of 3 pairs of jeans. Survey 8 people from your class to determine if the average is higher than 3.

*Tuesday, November 25, 2014 by help me*

**statistics**

In a recent survey, it was stated that Malaysians watch videos on YouTube on average two hours per day. Assume that σ = 2. Using students in UTeM as the sample, conduct a hypothesis test to determine if the average for students at UTeM is lower

*Tuesday, November 25, 2014 by help me*

**MAT201-Basic Statistics**

A dealership sold 15 cars last month. The purchase price of the cars, rounded to the nearest thousand, is represented in the table Purchase Price/# of cars sold $15,000 3 $20,000 4 $23,000 5 $25,000 2 $45,000 1 A.Find the mean and median B. Which measures best represents the ...

*Monday, November 24, 2014 by Pat*

**MAT201 Basic Statistics**

A dealership sold 15 cars last month. The purchase price of the cars, rounded to the nearest thousand, is represented in the table Purchase Price/# of cars sold $15,000

*Monday, November 24, 2014 by Pat*

**statistics**

In a correlation study, we seek to determine; *if the IV cause an outcome in the DV. *Which variable is the cause and which variable is the effect. *The direction of causation. *How well one variable predicts another variable.

*Monday, November 24, 2014 by erica*

**statistics**

from the following list of numbers of discharges each day in september, compute the mean, mode, and range.

*Monday, November 24, 2014 by Anonymous*

**statistics**

your medical terminology instructor listed the following grades for the class out of a 75-point: 33,34,43,45,45,54,59,60,62,64,66,67,68, 67,68,68,69,70,70

*Monday, November 24, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Statistics**

A sample of 148 values is randomly selected from a population with mean, μ, equal to 46 and standard deviation, σ, equal to 17. (Give your answers correct to one decimal place.) (a) Determine the interval (smallest value to largest value) within which you would ...

*Sunday, November 23, 2014 by Dakota*

**statistics**

You have a face-to-face statistics class in the traditional classroom setting. There are 25 males and 45 females enrolled. You’re the instructor so you like to arrive in the classroom before the first students arrive. What is the probability that the first student who ...

*Sunday, November 23, 2014 by Anonymous*

**statistics**

An introductory psychology class has 9 freshman males, 15 freshman females, 8 sophomore males, and 12 sophomore females. If one student is randomly selected from this class, what is the probability of selecting a female? Round to the nearest hundredths place if a fraction

*Sunday, November 23, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Statistics**

If a committee of 4 students is selected from a class of 16 students, how many ways can this be done?

*Sunday, November 23, 2014 by Judy*

**statistics**

In a study for a local clinic, you have found that the average number of patients between 9am and 12noon on Friday is five patients. Using a Poisson distribution and the probability more than eight patients will arrive?

*Sunday, November 23, 2014 by loh*

**statistics**

Farmer Max, sells grain to Germany, owns 60 acres of wheat fields. Based on the past experience, he knows that the yield from each individual acre is normally distributed with mean 120 bushels and standard deviation 12 bushels. Help Farmer Max plan for his next year crop by ...

*Sunday, November 23, 2014 by loh*

**Statistics**

The Graduate Record Exam has a combined verbal and quantitative mean of 1000 and a standard deviation of 200. Scores range from 200 to 1600 and are approximately normally distributed. A. What percentage of the persons who take the test score above 1300? b. What percentage ...

*Sunday, November 23, 2014 by Charlene*

**statistics**

Describe whether the following study would most likely be “observational” or “experimental”, and why it would be so. A survey examines the preferences for laundry detergent. ***The admissions office wants to estimate the cost of textbooks for students at our college. ...

*Saturday, November 22, 2014 by Jenn*

**statistics**

Hello i am doing assignment in my math 20-2 class. The question is: data collected of cars passing on the road revealed that the average speed was 90 km/h with a standard deviation of 5 km/h and the data which is normally distributed a policeman is assigned to set photo radar ...

*Saturday, November 22, 2014 by Steve*

**Statistics**

4. The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) has a combined verbal and quantitative mean of 1000 and a standard deviation of 200. Scores range from 200 to 1600 and are approximately normally distributed. For each of the following problems: (a) draw a rough sketch, darkening in the ...

*Saturday, November 22, 2014 by Kendra*

**statistics**

A multiple-choice test consists of 29 questions with possible answers of a, b, c, d. Estimate the probability that with random guessing, the number of correct answers is at least 14. z-value (Use continuity correction)= Probability=

*Saturday, November 22, 2014 by fay*

**statistics**

An airline company is considering a new policy of booking as many as 182 persons on an airplane that can seat only 160 (Past studies have revealed that only 80% of the booked passengers actually arrive for the flight.) Estimate the probability that if the company books 182 ...

*Saturday, November 22, 2014 by fay*

**statistics**

What is the relationship between Sample Size and the width of the Confidence Interval? Please explain further as to why. I understand the relationship, but I can't figure out the why

*Saturday, November 22, 2014 by MissPatte*

**statistics**

Discuss the effect that the confidence level has upon the confidence interval.

*Thursday, November 20, 2014 by MissPatte*

**Business statistics**

Hello, I'm struggling trying to find the answer for b. Do you know the answer and help would greatly be appreciated! A clean air standard required that vehicle exhaust emissions not exceed specified limits for various pollutants. Many states require that cars be tested ...

*Thursday, November 20, 2014 by John*

**Math**

You are the coding Supervisor of a medium sized community hospital. You are staffed with 2 inpatient coders. Your current productivity level for your coders is 3 charts per hour. Your hospital discharges has increased to an average of 75 charts per day. How many staff members ...

*Thursday, November 20, 2014 by Beth*

**Psychology Statistics**

Many animals, including humans, tend to avoid direct eye contact and even patterns that look like eyes. Some insects, including moths, have evolved eye-spot patterns on their wings to help ward off predators. Scaife (1976) reports a study examining how eye-spot patterns affect...

*Thursday, November 20, 2014 by Chrissy*

**Please help me with statistics**

I was asked to: Calculate the d value or effect size for A but use this data instead. A. Group one 12 and group two 11 standard deviation 3 Can anyone please help me figure out how to find the d value. Any help would be great.

*Thursday, November 20, 2014 by Jennifer*

**statistics**

The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) has a combined verbal and quantitative mean of 1000 and a standard deviation of 200. Scores range from 200 to 1600 and are approximately normally distributed. Which portion of the bell curve relates to the answer? What is the % scored? what % of ...

*Tuesday, November 18, 2014 by Josey*

**statistics**

suppose that 70% of all college students love math. in a random sample of 8 college students, let x be the number of students who love math.find p(x=6)

*Tuesday, November 18, 2014 by harry big*

**statistics**

b. A mobile company XYZ wants to conduct a survey to find the proportion P of those customers that are happy with the purchase of their new mobile phone. The company took a random sample of 1000 customers who recently purchased the new mobile phone. They found that among those...

*Tuesday, November 18, 2014 by aima*

**statistics**

you currently lease scanning equipment at a cost of 1,500 per quarter and two copy machines at $120 each per month. What will you need to budget annually for this leased equipment?

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by anonymous*

**statistics**

The forms used in your coding area cost $100.00 per 1,000 forms for the first 2,000 and $50 for every 1,000 thereafter. If you need to order 5,000 forms, what is the total cost?

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by anonymous*

**statistics**

The 95 percent confidence interval about a mean difference was -3.0 minutes to 6.5 minutes. The null hypothesis that the two population means are equal

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by angel*

**statistics**

The same supervisor in the scenario above agreed to increase the salary of the employee to $15.00 per hour once she passed her RHIT exam. three months after beginning her employment, the employee passed her RHIT exam, What will the new budget be for salary and fringe benefits?

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by anonymous*

**statistics**

The HIM coding supervisor agrees to pay a new graduate $13.50 per hour. This is a full-time coding position at 2,080 hours per year. The cost for a full-time employee's fringe benefits is 24 percent of the employees salary. How much must the supervisor budget for the employee'...

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by anonymous*

**Statistics**

It takes approximately 15 minutes to code one record, How many personnel hours would be needed to code 1,424 discharges for the month?

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by Anonymous*

**statistics**

An employee currently earning $13.85 per hour has been awarded a 3.5 percent merit raise. what will the employee's hourly salary be with this increase?

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by Anonymous*

**statistics**

After one month of operation, the health information services at Community Health Center determined that there were two records misfiled out of the 450 active records. What is the filing accuracy rate for this area?

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by Anonymous*

**statistics**

Customers arrive at a movie theater at the advertised movie time only to find that they have to sit through several previews and prepreview ads before the movie starts. Many complain that the time devoted to previews is too long (The Wall Street Journal, October 12, 2012). A ...

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by sean*

**Statistics**

Community Health Center, a new patient clinic in your town serving only underinsured and uninsured patients, has asked you to help its HIM department get started. Calculate the number of new shelving units needed for a medical record filing system based on eight shelves per ...

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by Anonymous*

**statistics**

if your HIM department has 100,000 active records and you received 5,352 requests for records within a six-month period, what is the request rate for the past six months?

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by Anonymous*

**statistics**

How many ways can the sequence ANNV be arranged

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by portgas d ace*

**statistics**

A Coach found the correlation between physical fitness and athletic ability to be r=.65. the mean and standard deviation of the physical fitness test was 330, 50. the mean and standard deviation of the athletic ability test was 9, 2. If you have a physical fitness score of 350...

*Sunday, November 16, 2014 by Nicole*

**statistics**

It seems that people are choosing or finding it necessary to work later in life. Random samples of 200 men and 200 women age 65 or older were selected, and 80 men and 59 women were found to be working. At á = 0.01, can it be concluded that the proportions are different

*Saturday, November 15, 2014 by Bill*

**statistics**

Let X be a Binomial random variable with parameters n and 0 < p < 1. Show that lim E(1 + X) · E(1/1 + X)= 1. n→∞

*Saturday, November 15, 2014 by Jeremy*

**statistics**

Let X be a Binomial random variable with parameters n and 0 < p < 1. Show that lim E(1+X)·E(1+X)·E(1/1+X)=1. n→∞

*Saturday, November 15, 2014 by Jeremy*

**statistics**

The following table shows the summary statistic of the cholesterol levels of two groups of men in 2014. From 25 to 40 years old, the mean is 224, standard deviation is 5.5 and the sample size is 12. From 41 to 55 years old, the mean is 230, standard deviation is 7 and the ...

*Saturday, November 15, 2014 by poon*

**statistics**

I do not understand this. Can you please explain it to me and how I am suppose to get the answer? Find the probability that a data value picked at random from a normally distributed population will have a standard score that corresponds to the following: Less than 3.00 Thank you

*Friday, November 14, 2014 by MissPatte*

**Statistics**

Suppose that the probability that a new medication will cause a bad side effect is 0.03. If this medication is given to 150 people, what is the probability that more than three of them will experience a bad side effect?

*Friday, November 14, 2014 by Bill*

**statistics**

Suppose a restaurant in town serves three fixed price dinners costing $12, $15, and $20. For a randomly selected couple ( Penny = X and Leonard= Y), the joint probability table for their selections is given below. Y p(x,y) 12 15 20 12 .05 .05 .10 15 .05 .10 .35 20 0 .20 .10 a...

*Friday, November 14, 2014 by Anonymous*

**statistics**

You want to set up a games stall at the Winter Wonderland. You have a single pack of 52 cards and decide to play card games with your customers. The game is designed as follows. A customer draws 4 cards at random. For every “Ace” that the customer draws, he/she wins £3 ...

*Thursday, November 13, 2014 by sana*

**statistics**

A researcher finds that two continuous, random variables of interest, X and Y, have a joint probability density function (pdf) given by: f(x,y)={cxy 0<=x<=1,0<=y<=1,x+y=>1, .........0 otherwise where c is a constant. (i) Find the value of c so that f(x,y) ...

*Thursday, November 13, 2014 by sana*

**statistics**

A researcher finds that two continuous, random variables of interest, X and Y, have a joint probability density function (pdf) given by: f(x,y)={cxy 0<=x<=1,0<=y<=1,x+y=>1, .........0 otherwise where c is a constant. (i) Find the value of c so that f(x,y) ...

*Thursday, November 13, 2014 by lee*

**statistics**

You want to set up a games stall at the Winter Wonderland. You have a single pack of 52 cards and decide to play card games with your customers. The game is designed as follows. A customer draws 4 cards at random. For every “Ace” that the customer draws, he/she wins £3 ...

*Thursday, November 13, 2014 by lee*

**statistics**

A professor who teaches a number of courses is choosing a team of 4 boys and 3 girls from among his graduate students to help with the setup of the labs in his courses. He has 12 graduate students of 6 boys and 6 girls. Assuming that the order of students does not matter, in ...

*Thursday, November 13, 2014 by angela*

**statistics question**

Thank you in advance for anyone able to help me with this... In a sample of 67 randomly selected students, 27 favored the amount being budgeted for next year's intramural and interscholastic sports. Construct a 98% confidence interval for the proportion of all students who ...

*Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by linda*

**Help With Statistics**

I would really appreciate help with this. In a survey of 1000 large corporations, 252 said that, given a choice between a job candidate who smokes and an equally qualified nonsmoker, the nonsmoker would get the job. Find a 0.95 confidence interval for p. (Round your answers to...

*Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Mandy*

**Statistics Help!**

Please help! In a combined study of northern pike, cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, and lake trout, it was found that 22 out of 845 fish died when caught and released using barbless hooks on flies or lures. All hooks were removed from the fish. Let p represent the proportion of...

*Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Sara*

**STATISTICS**

How can I solve this? A random sample of medical files is used to estimate the proportion p of all people who have blood type B. If you have no preliminary estimate for p, how many medical files should you include in a random sample in order to be 85% sure that the point ...

*Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by trish*

**statistics**

I have no idea how to solve this. In a sample of 16 students, 15 were right-handed. Can we construct a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of all students who are right-handed?

*Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by jessica*

**statistics**

B} The average number of mosquitoes in a stagnant pond is 70 per square meter with a standard deviation of 8. If 36 square meters are chosen at random for a mosquito count, find the probability that the average of those counts is more than 70.9 mosquitoes per square meter. ...

*Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Loren*

**statistics**

a jar contains red and blue marbles. two marbles are chosen without replacement. the probability of choosing a red marble and then a blue marble is .26, and the probability of selecting a blue marble first is .43. what is the probability of selecting a red marble on the second...

*Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by karen*

**statistics**

at the tire store, 10 out of every 100 tires are defective. if your parents randomly choose and purchase 4 new tires for a family vehicle from a set of 100 newly shipped titres, what is the probability that all four will be defective

*Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by karen*

**statistics**

what is the difference between parameter and statistic

*Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by ebong*

**statistics**

=weight of oranges in a 5-lb bag ~ N(m,0.2); (a) How many customers get cheated, if E(X)=5? (proportion p=________?) (b) What should m equal so that (a) p<16%, (b) 2.5%, (c) 0.5% ? (d) If the cost of oranges to the packer is $0.35, what is the respective cost of meeting ...

*Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Nicole*

**Statistics**

It is reported that 72% of working women use computers at work. Choose 5 working women at random. Find a. The probability that at least 1 doesn't use a computer at work b. The probability that all 5 use a computer in their jobs

*Tuesday, November 11, 2014 by Amber*

**statistics**

It is known that 10 % of a school's athlete population uses drugs. The Athletic Director gives a drug test which registers correctly as positive in 82 % of the cases where the drug is present and correctly as negative in 96 % of the cases where the drug is absent. One athlete...

*Monday, November 10, 2014 by Catherine*

**Statistics**

A sample of n=20 has a mean of M = 40. If the standard deviation is s=5, would a score of X= 55 be considered an extreme value? Why or why not? I understand that the score in question is 3 standard deviations above the mean. But I thought that I would need to convert this to a...

*Sunday, November 9, 2014 by Terri*

**Statistics**

A sample of n=20 has a mean of M = 40. If the standard deviation is s=5, would a score of X= 55 be considered an extreme value? Why or why not?

*Sunday, November 9, 2014 by Terri*

**Statistics**

In a population, heights of males are normally distributed with u=180 cm and sigma^2=16 cm^2, while the heights of females are normally distributed with u=170 cm and sigma^2= 25 cm^2. a) One random male and one random female are selected from the population i)What is the ...

*Sunday, November 9, 2014 by William*

**statistics**

For a certain yes/no survey question, 55% of the respondents answered “yes”. The null hypothesis is that the population is equally divided on this issue (50% yes and 50% no). The sample size is equal to your age. For a significance level (alpha) of 5%, are ...

*Saturday, November 8, 2014 by melissa*

**Statistics**

About 7% of men in the U.S. have some form of red-green color-blindness. Suppose we randomly select one U.S. adult male at a time until we find one who is red-green color-blind. How many men would we expect to choose, on average? Design and carry out a simulation to answer ...

*Saturday, November 8, 2014 by AnaGloria1020*

**statistics**

what is the weight between 5.5 to 6 ounce when mean is 5,75 ounce and standard deviation is 0.11

*Friday, November 7, 2014 by Anonymous*

**college statistics**

the math SAT scores for all students who applied to the school of engineering are normally distributed with M=629 and standard deviation of 60. the school of engineering has decided to accept those students whose scores fall in the top 15%. what is th minimum score an appliant...

*Thursday, November 6, 2014 by Chelsea*

**college statistics**

the average length of time required for students to complete a test in a an introductory statistics course is found to be 50 minutes with a standard deviation of 12 minutes. if students are allowed 80 minutes to complete the test , approximately what percentage of the students...

*Thursday, November 6, 2014 by Chelsea*

**Math/Statistics**

The number of megapixels in a digital camera is one of the most important factors in determining picture quality. But, do digital cameras with more megapixels cost more? The following data show the number of megapixels and the price ($) for 10 digital cameras (Consumer Reports...

*Thursday, November 6, 2014 by ANAHI*

**statistics**

Membership in Mensa requires an IQ score above 131.5. Nine candidates take an IQ test and their summary scores indicate that their mean IQ score is 133. IQ scores are normally distributed and have a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15. If nine people are randomly ...

*Thursday, November 6, 2014 by Ms.L*

**STATISTICS**

Suppose that, in order to estimate the proportion of students who wear glasses, a sample of 100 students was collected and showed that 20 of the students in the sample wore glasses. A confidence interval for the population proportion of students who wear glasses is given by: ....

*Thursday, November 6, 2014 by Anonymous*

**statistics**

Suppose that the ages of students at a particular university average 26 years with a standard deviation of 2.8 years. Consider the sampling distribution of the sample mean age of students in a sample of n = 49. The standard deviation of the sampling distribution is

*Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Statistics**

Daily water intake (including water used in drinks such as coffee, tea and juice) for Canadian adults follows a normal distribution with mean 1.5 litres and standard deviation 0.31 litres. (d) Using the 68-95-99.7 Rule, approximately 95% of samples of 22 Canadian adults will ...

*Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by C*

**Statistics**

a Rollercoaster's auditors estimate that the average daily loss from those illegally riding without tickets is at lease (greater or equal) $295, but wants to determine the accuracy of this statistic. The company researcher takes a random sample of losses over 64 days and finds...

*Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by Calyssa*

**statistics**

Waiting times at a doctor office are normally distributed with a mean of 35 minutes, and a standard deviation of 10 minutes. 25% of the patients have to wait less than how many minutes?

*Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by Cecy*

**statistics**

Suppose you are given data from a survey showing the IQ of each person interviewed and the IQ of his or her mother. That is all the information that you have. Your boss has asked you to put together a report showing the relationship between these two variables. What could you ...

*Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by Ann*

**statistics**

Siegel found that elderly people who owned dogs were less likely to pay visits to their doctors after upsetting events than were those who didn’t own pets. Similarly, consider the following hypothetical data. A sample of elderly dog owners is compared to a similar group (in ...

*Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by marie*

**statistics**

What would be a nondirectional hypothesis for this statement. Older drivers are safer than younger ones. I have this not sure if it is correct. There will be a difference between older and younger drivers.

*Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by angela*

**statistics**

Waiting times at a doctor office are normally distributed with a mean of 35 minutes, and a standard deviation of 10 minutes. What is the chance a patient would have to wait over 50 minutes?

*Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by Cecy*

**statistics**

can you explain this to me please? Consider the binomial distribution where n = 11 and p = 0.05. Find the mean and standard deviation of this binomial distribution.

*Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by MissPatte*

**college statistics**

how many ways can a 3 person committee be formed from 12 people

*Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by robin*

**statistics**

A couple considering a mortgage of $100,000 have a choice of loans. One loan is an 8% loan for 20 years, and the other loan is at 8% for 30 years. Find the amount of interest that the couple can save by choosing the 20-year loan.

*Tuesday, November 4, 2014 by Rick*

**statistics**

(1) The director of a health club conducted a survey and found that 23% of members used only the pool for workouts. Based on this information, what is the probability that for a random sample of 10 members, 4 used only the pool for workouts? Round your answer to four decimal ...

*Tuesday, November 4, 2014 by kalia*