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September 30, 2016
Number of results: 12

**Math157**

Find the range of the data set. {14, 28, 63, 41, 50, 70} A)56 B)84 C)41 D)42

*June 6, 2010 by Raven*

**Math157**

Find the mode for the given data. { 1, 3, 4, 10, 14} A)4 B)6.4 C)3 D)none

*June 6, 2010 by Raven*

**Math157**

Find the mean of the data. { 4, 5, 7, 10} Round to the nearest tenth A)6.5 B)6 C)5.3 D)6

*June 6, 2010 by Raven*

**math157-PLEASE HELP**

When the median and mean are substantially different, what does that tell you about the data?

*March 30, 2010 by KiKi*

**MATH157**

How many batting lineups of the nine players can be made for a baseball team if the catcher bats first, the shortstop second, and the pitcher last?

*April 1, 2010 by Tyga*

**MATH157**

SUPPOSE YOU BUY 1 TICKET FOR $1 OUT OF A LOTTERY OF 3000 TICKETS. IF THE PRIZE FOR THE ONE WINNING TICKET IS TO BE $500, WHAT ARE YOUR EXPECTED WINNINGS?

*March 18, 2010 by Q*

**MATH157**

How many 4-digit license plates can be made by using the digits 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8 if repetitions are allowed? if repetitions are not allowed?

*April 1, 2010 by Tyga*

**math157**

The number of accidents that occur at the intersection of Pine and Linden streets between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Friday afternoons is 0, 1, 2, or 3, with probabilities of 0.84, 0.13, 0.02, and 0.01, respectively. Graph this probability distribution. What is the expected value ...

*October 21, 2009 by jason*

**Math157**

A parent’s chance of passing a rare inherited disease on to a child is 0.15. What is the probability that, in a family of three children, none of the children inherits the disease from the parent?

*March 25, 2010 by purple*

**Math157**

I am having problems finding the correct way to solve this problem. I don't know the formula or even how to set it up. "Sam brought one of 250 tickets selling for $2 in a game with a grand prize of $400. Was $2 a fair price to pay for a ticket to play this game. (probability)

*March 20, 2011 by Shea*

**math157**

How many three-symbol codes (letter-number-number) can be made from the letters S, P, Y and two digits from the set {0, 1, 2, …,9} without repetition? I think I am suppose to match each letter with a number until I exhaust all possibilities but I am not sure can you help please?

*August 14, 2010 by Tami*

**Math157**

If a student is selected at random, what is the probability he or she prefers meat toppings ? 68 students prefer cheese 79 students prefer meat 70 students prefer veggie 70/208, 35/104 or 1/3 is that correct ?

*January 17, 2010 by Christy*

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