# Statistics

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Five cards are drawn from a standard deck, what is the probability of picking 3 face cards?

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The average grade point average(GPA)of undergraduate students in New York is normally distributed with a population mean of and a population standard deviation of. Compute the following, 1)The percentage of students with GPA'S between 2.0 and 2.6 2)If a sample of 49 students ...

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a laptop manufacturer finds that the average time it takes an employee to load a laptop with software is 20 minutes with a standard deviation 8 minutes. suppose you take a random sample of 81 employees. the standard deviation of the sample mean is?

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You roll two fair dice a blue one and a yellow one what is the probability of and odd on the blue die and 5 or 6 on the yellow die

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if you roll a single die and count the number of dots in top what is the probability of getting a number less then 3 on a single throw

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A poll asked 500 adults if they thought Ontario should produce more, less or maintain current production of ethanol. -160 people responded "more ethanol production" -136 people responded "less ethanol production" -155 people responded "maintain current production level" -49 ...

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1. If we wish to have a 95% confidence interval, what would be the value of the confidence coefficient? & Consider a sample mean (xbar) of 46 calculated from a sample of size 51 drawn from a population of over 1000.

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Transcriptionsist B is a full time employee earning10 per hour and annual sallary of 20,800 transcribes 900 lines per day for a total of 234,00 lines per year what is the unit medical transcription labor cost for transciptionist B

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In a major city 7 % of cars have an alarm system installed. A car without an alarm has a probability of 0.01 of being stolen, this is triple the probability of a car with an alarm being stolen. What is the probability that a car stolen from this city has an alarm system ...

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many companies "grade on a bell curve" to compare the performance of their managers and professional workers. this forces the use of some low performance ratings, so that not all workers are listed as "above average". Ford Motor company's "performance management process," for ...

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how to identify the 5 W's in the problem of the student averages in a High School college algebra class for the last semester. the teacher wanted to see how well the class did and constructed the Distribution from the grade book. who- Students what- average when last semester ...

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binomial probabilities one in four adults is currently on a diet. Find the probability that the number who say they are currently on a dies is (a)exactly three, (b)at least three, and (c) more than three

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Why are unbiased estimators preferred over biased estimators?

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Analyze data to determine whether or not you think there is a relationship between height and ability to lift weights (at least as measured by the bench press). 1- Compute a linear regression line to fit this data, also2- compute the correlation coefficient and coefficient of ...

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c. The arrival of large jobs at a computer centre forms a Poisson process with rate 2 per hour. The service time of such jobs are exponentially distributed with mean 20 minutes. Only 4 large jobs can be accommodated in the system at a time. i. Determine the probability that a ...

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heights of men on a baseball team have a bell shaped distribution with a mean of 172 cm and a distribution of 9cm. Using the empirical rule, what is the approximate percentage of the men between the following values? a. ___% of the men are between 145cm and 199cm b.___% of the...

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The age distribution of students at a community college is given below. Age (years) Number of students (f) 11) Over 35 26 1103 A student from the community college is selected at random. Find the conditional probability that the student is at most 35 given that he or she is at...

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In frequency distribution table, I got two mode classes.then how do I calculate actual mode?

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Suppose an urn contains 10 balls numbered from 1 to 10. Someone draws 3 balls simultaneously from the urn (i.e. without replacement.) What is the probability that the lowest number drawn is 2? (8C3)/(10C3) but I know that is wrong. I also tried ((8C3)+(7C3)+(6C3))/(10C3)

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Foofy obtained a significant Fobt from an experiment with five levels. She therefore concludes that changing every condition of the independent variable results in a significant change in the dependent variable. (a) Is she correct? Why or why not? (b) What must she now do?

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n order to estimate the difference between the average Miles per Gallon of two different models of cars , samples are taken and the following information is collected. Model A Model B Sample Size 13 14 Sample Mean 35 32 Sample Variance 13 7 a) Find a 95% confidence interval ...

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It is a known fact that accidents happen more often driving the car rather than flying. Jim drives 180 days and flies 120 times per year. If for every 110 days driving you get into one accident and for every 10000 flying you get into 3 accidents, what is the probability of ...

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on a typical summers day a boat company hires rowing boats at a rate of 9 per hour. a)find the probability of hiring out at least 6 boats in a randomly selected 30 minute period. b) the company has 8 boats to hire and decides to hire them out for 20 minute periods . show that ...

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James has $78. He nees to buy some cds and tapes. He can buy 4 cds and 3 tapes and has $3 left or buy 3 cds and 5 tapes and has $13 left. Using system equation, find the cost of each.

**DISCRETE MATH**

How many different strings can be made from the letters in STATISTICS, using all the letters

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the average yearly utility costs on Middleton is $1722 with stdev of 146. assume that the utility costs follow a normal distribution. 1) What would the utility costs have to be so that only 7% of houses in Middleton have utility costs greater than this amount

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past history indicates that an average of 1.2 calls are received per minute. What is the probability of 3 or more calls per minute

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The police department of a major city has found that the average height of their 1,250 officers is 71 inches (μ = 71 in.) with σ = 2.3 inches.

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c. The top 10% of the officers in terms of height also make higher salaries than the shorter officers. How tall does an officer have to be to get in that top 10% group? (I.e. what is the height marking off the top 10 percent?)

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the manager of a football team works for 310 days per year. of this he spends 42 days looking at new player he might buy. what percentage of his working days is this?

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If a fair die is rolled, what is the probability of getting an even number, a number less than 5, a number larger than 6 and an odd number?

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a test consists of 10 true or false questions followed by 10 multiple choice questions, each with 5 choices. How many ways can Faith mark her answer to this test?

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a smoking researcher is interested in estimating the average age when cigarette smokers first began to smoke. Taking a random sample of 25, she determines a sample mean of 16.8 years and a sample deviation of 1.5 years. Construct a 95% confidence interval to estimate the ...

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X is a normally distributed random variable X with mean 15 and standard deviation 0.25. Find the values xL and xR of X that are symmetrically located with respect to the mean of X and satisfy P(xL < X < xR) = 0.80. (Hint. First solve the corresponding problem for Z.)

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According to U.S. News & World Report data, in 1995 tuition costs at Indiana University, a public university, were $2,984 per year, while the tuition costs at the University of Evansville, a private university in Indiana, were $11,800 per year. In that same year the average ...

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Slf-Esteem Scoresdepression Scores Mean 3.43 15.78 StrdDev 0.75 10.34 The above chart contains the means and standard deviations for self-esteem scores and depression scores. Using this information and the most likely correlation coefficient obtained in Question 12 (-.76), ...

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A nutritionist was interested in determining the smoking status of her clients. She asked each of her clients to report his or her current smoking status: Smoker, Ex-Smoker, and Non-Smoker. Which of the following graphical techniques is the best way for her to represent the ...

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The 92 million Americans of age 50 and over control 50% of all discretionary income (AARP Bulletin, March 2008). AARP estimated that the average annual expenditure on restaurants and carry out food was $1873 for individuals in this age group. Suppose this estimate is based on ...

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In a school election, 5 people run for student body president. The actual number of votes for each candidate would be a ___ variable. If the total number of votes were removed and the candidates were listed in order of least to most popular, this would be a __ variable. a. ...

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A nutritionist was interested in determining the smoking status of her clients. She asked each of her clients to report his or her current smoking status: Smoker, Ex-Smoker, and Non-Smoker. Which of the following graphical techniques is the best way for her to represent the ...

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Slf-Esteem Scoresdepression Scores Mean 3.43 15.78 StrdDev 0.75 10.34 13. The above chart contains the means and standard deviations for self-esteem scores and depression scores. Using this information and the most likely correlation coefficient obtained in Question 12 (-.76...

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In a school election, 5 people run for student body president. The actual number of votes for each candidate would be a ___ variable. If the total number of votes were removed and the candidates were listed in order of least to most popular, this would be a __ variable. a. ...

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An ESP experiment is conducted by a psychologist. For part of the experiment, the psychologist takes 10 cards numbered 1-10 and shuffles them. Then she looks at the cards one at a time. While she looks at each card, the subject writes down the number he thinks is on the card. ...

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A study found that, in 2005, 12.5% of U.S. workers belonged to unions (The Wall Street Journal, January 21, 2006). Suppose a sample of 400 U.S. workers is collected in 2006 to determine whether union efforts to organize have increased union membership. Formulate the hypotheses...

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In Hamilton County, Ohio the mean number of days needed to sell a home is 86 days (Cincinnati Multiple Listing Service, April, 2012). Data for the sale of 40 homes in a nearby county showed a sample mean of 80 days with a sample standard deviation of 20 days. Conduct a ...

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An airline promotion to business travelers is based on the assumption that no more than two-thirds of business travelers use a laptop computer on overnight business trips. 1. What is the sample proportion from an American Express-sponsored survey that found 365 of 543 business...

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Home values tend to increase over time under normal conditions, but the recession of 2008 and 2009 has reportedly caused the sales price of existing homes to fall nationwide (BusinessWeek, March 9, 2009). You would like to see if the data support this conclusion. The file ...

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The average price of a gallon of unleaded regular gasoline was reported to be $2.34 in Northern Kentucky use this price as a population mean population standard deviation is $.20. question. what is the probability that the mean price for a sample of 30 station is good then $....

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Home values tend to increase over time under normal conditions, but the recession of 2008 and 2009 has reportedly caused the sales price of existing homes to fall nationwide (BusinessWeek, March 9, 2009). You would like to see if the data support this conclusion. The file ...

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An airline promotion to business travelers is based on the assumption that no more than two-thirds of business travelers use a laptop computer on overnight business trips. 1. What is the sample proportion from an American Express-sponsored survey that found 365 of 543 ...

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In Hamilton County, Ohio the mean number of days needed to sell a home is 86 days (Cincinnati Multiple Listing Service, April, 2012). Data for the sale of 40 homes in a nearby county showed a sample mean of 80 days with a sample standard deviation of 20 days. Conduct a ...

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A study found that, in 2005, 12.5% of U.S. workers belonged to unions (The Wall Street Journal, January 21, 2006). Suppose a sample of 400 U.S. workers is collected in 2006 to determine whether union efforts to organize have increased union membership. Formulate the hypotheses...

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Home values tend to increase over time under normal conditions, but the recession of 2008 and 2009 has reportedly caused the sales price of existing homes to fall nationwide (BusinessWeek, March 9, 2009). You would like to see if the data support this conclusion. The file ...

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An airline promotion to business travelers is based on the assumption that no more than two-thirds of business travelers use a laptop computer on overnight business trips. 1. What is the sample proportion from an American Express-sponsored survey that found 365 of 543 business...

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In Hamilton County, Ohio the mean number of days needed to sell a home is 86 days (Cincinnati Multiple Listing Service, April, 2012). Data for the sale of 40 homes in a nearby county showed a sample mean of 80 days with a sample standard deviation of 20 days. Conduct a ...

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A study found that, in 2005, 12.5% of U.S. workers belonged to unions (The Wall Street Journal, January 21, 2006). Suppose a sample of 400 U.S. workers is collected in 2006 to determine whether union efforts to organize have increased union membership. Formulate the hypotheses...

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A group of teenager smoking rate dropped 8.5% in 2007 from 17.6% in 2001 and 23% in 1997. 1. Calculate the probability that at least one in a group of 10 teenagers smoked in 2007.2. Calculate the probability that at least one in a group of 10 teenagers smoked in 2001. 1. ...

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Home values tend to increase over time under normal conditions, but the recession of 2008 and 2009 has reportedly caused the sales price of existing homes to fall nationwide (BusinessWeek, March 9, 2009). You would like to see if the data support this conclusion. The file ...

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An airline promotion to business travelers is based on the assumption that no more than two-thirds of business travelers use a laptop computer on overnight business trips. 1. What is the sample proportion from an American Express-sponsored survey that found 365 of 543 business...

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In Hamilton County, Ohio the mean number of days needed to sell a home is 86 days (Cincinnati Multiple Listing Service, April, 2012). Data for the sale of 40 homes in a nearby county showed a sample mean of 80 days with a sample standard deviation of 20 days. Conduct a ...

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A study found that, in 2005, 12.5% of U.S. workers belonged to unions (The Wall Street Journal, January 21, 2006). Suppose a sample of 400 U.S. workers is collected in 2006 to determine whether union efforts to organize have increased union membership. Formulate the hypotheses...

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Teenage smoking rate dropped to 8.5% in 2007 from 17.6% in 2001 and 23% in 1997. 1. Calculate the probability that at least one in a group of 10 teenagers smoked in 2007. 2. Calculate the probability that at least one in a group of 10 teenagers smoked in 2001. 3. Calculate the...

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The following data set is the GPAs of the students in a statistics class. 1.93, 1.99, 2.00, 2.04, 2.12, 2.34, 2.55, 2.55, 2.75, 2.75, 2.80, 2.80, 2.85, 3.02, 3.12, 3.22, 3.31, 3.33, 3.45, 3.69 What percentile is a GPA of 2.34? A. About the 6th B. About the 15th C. About the ...

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The mean grade in this class last semester was 78.3, and the variance was 34.6 . The distribution of grades was unimodal and symmetrical.. determine how many students are likely to fail the class (<60), and how many students are likely to get a “A” (>90), if 60 ...

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In order to study whether IQ level is related to birth order, data were collected from a sample of 540 students on their birth order (Oldest/In Between/Youngest) and their score on an IQ test. The data collected in this study would be best displayed using: what type of graph ...

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The Graduate Record Examination (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: 1. Draw a rough sketch, darkening the ...

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3. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate raw scores, z-scores, T-scores, and percentile ranks. Note: the Mean = 50, SD = 5. Raw z T %ile 35 1.2 35 16

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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. What percentage score above 1300? What percentage score above 800? What percentage ...

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The college president asks the statistics teacher to estimate the average age of the students at their college. How large a sample is necessary? The statistics teacher decides the estimate should be accurate within half year and be 92% confident. From a previous study, the ...

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A sample of 100 patients who use the drug are followed over time. Those that use the drug have a mean life expectancy of 71.30 years. The mean life expectancy for the general population is 75.62 years. The population standard deviation is 28.

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Suppose that the scores on a reading ability test are normally distributed with a mean of and a standard deviation of . What proportion of individuals score more than points on this test

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a study was conducted of all 1849 students in a certain country.whether the value is parameter or statistics

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Suppose that we want to test whether the mean selling price of houses with is the same as the mean selling price of houses without a garage. We collect two samples and obtain the following information: Houses with garage Sample size: 71 Mean selling price (in thousands of ...

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Calculate the approximate probability that the average time (taken over the 100 days) she spends waiting for a bus each day is more than 16 minutes

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The time a student spends in the shower on any school day is an exponential random variable with a mean of 298 seconds. a)What is the probability that the student spends more than 310 seconds in the shower on one day? b) What is the probability that the student spends an ...

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the wieights of newborn babies are distributed normally, with the mean of approximately 115 oz and a standard deviation of 20 oz. if a newborn baby is selected at random. what is the probability that the baby weighs more than 95 oz?

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the weights of newborn babies are distributed normally, with the mean of approximately 115 oz and a standard deviation of 20 oz. if a newborn baby is selected at random. what is the probability that the baby weighs more than 95 oz?

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The following data represents Total Credit Hours from our class survey. 90 54 98 45 65 43 12 48 56 12 15 60 38 18 67 125 50 43 26 64 22 52 69 You may use your calculator to find the following statistics: Considering the Total Credit Hours data from our class survey: (A1) What ...

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Jim's systolic blood pressure is a random variable with a mean of 145 mmHg and a standard deviation of 20 mmHg. For Jim's age group, 140 is the cutoff for high blood pressure. If Jim's systolic blood pressure is taken at a randomly chosen moment, what is the probability that ...

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i need help with this Question The following data represents Total Credit Hours from our class survey. 90 54 98 45 65 43 12 48 56 12 15 60 38 18 67 125 50 43 26 64 22 52 69 You may use your calculator to find the following statistics: Mean __________ Median _______ Mode (if it...

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i need help with this Question The following data represents Total Credit Hours from our class survey. 90 54 98 45 65 43 12 48 56 12 15 60 38 18 67 125 50 43 26 64 22 52 69 You may use your calculator to find the following statistics: Mean __________ Median _______ Mode (if it...

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The data represents the daily rainfall (in inches) for one month. Construct a frequency distribution beginning with a lower class limit of 0.00 and use a class width of 0.20. The frequency of the first class limit (0.00 – 0.19) is: 0.44 0 0 0.24 0 0.65 0 0.21 0 0 1.25 0 0.18...

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The researcher in exercise 2 decides to conduct the same study using a within- participants design to control for differences in cognitive ability. He selects a random sample of subjects and has them study different material of equal difficulty in both the music and no music ...

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A standardized test has a mean of 88 and a standard deviation of 12. What is the score at the 90th percentile? Assume a normal distribution. how would I solve? a. 90.00 b. 112.00 c. 103.36 d. 91.00

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1.) Based on a survey of a few thousand people, a newspaper reporter wants to draw conclusions about how a country’s citizens in general feel about the war in Iraq. At this point, is the reporter mainly concerned with data production, displaying and summarizing data, ...

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Hi! I had this one last question on my homework that I wasn't sure about, but, I need someone to check this for me and see if this is right. Thanks so much! Question: The study that looked at prevalence of various appliance in homes in 2001 made a comparison to the percentages...

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A new drug that treats patients with anxiety has a 60% success rate in improving the patient’s condition. For a random sample of eight patients taking this drug, determine the probability that: 4.2.1. four patients have improvement in their condition. 4.2.2. at least two ...

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5. A soft drink dispensing machine uses paper cups that hold a maximum of 12 ounces. The machine is set to dispense a mean of 10 ounces of the drink. The amount that is actually dispensed varies. It is normally distributed with a standard deviation of one ounce. (a) What ...

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Are my answers correct? Thanks! 1.) Based on a survey of a few thousand people, a newspaper reporter wants to draw conclusions about how a country’s citizens in general feel about the war in Iraq. At this point, is the reporter mainly concerned with data production, ...

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Hi! I had this one last question on my homework that I wasn't sure about, but, I need someone to check this for me and see if this is right. Thanks so much! Question: The study that looked at prevalence of various appliance in homes in 2001 made a comparison to the percentages...

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Air travel is probably not as fun as it used to be. Airlines have increased fares, reduced seat size, and now charge fees for everything from luggage to early boarding. Airlines can be fined by the federal transportation agencies for various "infractions". One issue subject to...

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Are my answers correct? Thanks! 1.) Based on a survey of a few thousand people, a newspaper reporter wants to draw conclusions about how a country’s citizens in general feel about the war in Iraq. At this point, is the reporter mainly concerned with data production, ...

**Statistics Homework Check**

Hi! I had this one last question on my homework that I wasn't sure about, but, I need someone to check this for me and see if this is right. Thanks so much! Question: The study that looked at prevalence of various appliance in homes in 2001 made a comparison to the percentages...

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A class consists of 9 students with an average age of 40. When the Instructor arrives the average age of the students and the Instructor is 41. What is the age of the Instructor?

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4.2. A new drug that treats patients with anxiety has a 60% success rate in improving the patient’s condition. For a random sample of eight patients taking this drug, determine the probability that: 4.2.1. Four patients have improvement in their condition 4.2.2. At least two...

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Calculate the Pearson’s correlation coefficient Assessed value (R’000) Selling price (R’000) 116 185 160 246 144 236 103 162 205 300

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Calculate the probability of withdrawing 13 balls of yellow color in 16 draws from a bag of 93 balls having 38 red, 34 yellow and 21 pink balls.

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A random sample of 8 male college students was taken and asked to report their shoe size and height in inches

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Air travel is probably not as fun as it used to be. Airlines have increased fares, reduced seat size, and now charge fees for everything from luggage to early boarding. Airlines can be fined by the federal transportation agencies for various "infractions". One issue subject to...

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If you have a curve with an asymmetric bimodal distribution, is it considered a normal distribution? Or is it only a normal distribution if there is a single bell-shaped curve?