Number of results: 15

**Biology**

1 What is the organelles that package and stor proteins (2 words) ?

*November 11, 2009 by Alsha*

**english**

I have a Question about The Merchant of Venice By william shakspear. What are Some promises made in the stor??? Please help!

*March 4, 2012 by Josh*

**MATH**

THE MEAN PRICE OF DIGITAL CAMERAS AT AN ELECTRONIS STOR IS $224, WITH A STANDARD DEVIATION OF $8. RANDOM SAMPLES OF SIZE 36 ARE DRAWN FROM THIS POPULATION AND THE MEAN OF EACH SAMPLE IS DETERMINED.

*November 4, 2010 by caintgetrite*

**Stor 155**

Use the definition of the mean to show the sum of the deviation of the observations from their mean is always zero. This is one reason why variance and standard deviation use squared deviations.

*August 30, 2012 by ami*

**Stor 155**

a report on the assets of american households says that the median net worth of the U.S. families is $120,300. The mean worth of these families is $556,300. What explain the difference between these two measures of center?

*August 28, 2012 by ami*

**Math**

The clothing stor had a sale for 75% off most of its shoes.Malik selected a pair of shoes that regulary sell for 80. What is the sale of Malik's new shoes.

*February 6, 2012 by Nora*

**stor**

Suppose that you flip a fair coin (P(H)=P(T)=1 2 ) three times and you record if it landed on heads, H, or tails, T. (a) What is the sample space of this experiment? What is the probability of each event? (b) [1 pt] Let X be the number of times that you observe heads. What ...

*September 29, 2012 by ami*

**Stor 155**

In computing the median income of any group, some federal agencies omit all members of the group who had no income. Give an example to show that the reported median income of a group can go down even though the group becomes economically better off. Is this true of the mean ...

*August 30, 2012 by ami*

**STOR**

Each of the following statements contain a blunder. Explain in each case what is wrong. a) There is a high correlation between the age of American workers and their occupation. b) we found a high correlation (r=1.19) between students rating of faculty teaching and ratings made...

*September 6, 2012 by ami*

**Stor 155**

a data set lists apartments available for students to rent. Information provided includes the monthly rent, whether or not cable is included free of charge, whether or not pets are allowed, the number of bedrooms, and the distance to the campus. Describe the cases in the data ...

*August 25, 2012 by ami*

**Stor**

It would be quite risky for you to insure the life of a 25-year-old friend . There is a high probability that your friend would live and you would gain $875 in premiums. But if he were to die, you would lose almost $100,000. Explain carefully why selling insurance is not risky...

*October 4, 2012 by ami*

**Stor**

Here is a simple way to create a random variable X that has mean μ and stan- dard deviation σ: X takes only the two values μ−σ and μ+σ, eachwith probability 0.5. Use the definition of the mean and variance for discrete random variables to ...

*October 4, 2012 by ami*

**stor**

Twitter: Suppose that the population proportion of Internet users whosay they use Twitter or a similar service to post updates about themselves or to see updates about others is 19%. Think about selecting random samples from a population in which 19% are Twitter users. a) ...

*September 17, 2012 by ami*

**Stressed syllables**

Here is a list of words now can someone help me find the stressed syllables: 1. diff(icult) 2. (imag)ine 3. (fam)iliar 4. relative 5. compan(ions) 6. (won)derful 7. impat(ience) 8. (coun)tryside 9. for(gott)en 10. univ(erse) 11. un(iver)sal 12. (acc)ident 13. (acc)idental 14. ...

*February 19, 2007 by Holly*

**stor**

Recall the Prisoners problem from class. We have three prisoners (A, B, and C) on death row. The Governor will pardon one of the prisoners, and he tells the Warden who he chose, but the warden is not allowed to reveal who was pardoned. Lets switch things up some, Prisoner C ...

*September 29, 2012 by ami*

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