# Posts by Lesliam

Total # Posts: 9

business statistics
It has been reported that 10.3% of U.S. households do not own a vehicle, with 34.2% owning 2 vehicles, and 17.1% owning 3 or more vehicles. The data for a random sample of 100 households in a resort community are summarized in the frequency distribution below. At the 0.05 ...

business statistics
It has been reported that 10.3% of U.S. households do not own a vehicle, with 34.2% owning 2 vehicles, and 17.1% owning 3 or more vehicles. The data for a random sample of 100 households in a resort community are summarized in the frequency distribution below. At the 0.05 ...

business statistics
It has been reported that 10.3% of U.S. households do not own a vehicle, with 34.2% owning 2 vehicles, and 17.1% owning 3 or more vehicles. The data for a random sample of 100 households in a resort community are summarized in the frequency distribution below. At the 0.05 ...

business statistics
It has been reported that 10.3% of U.S. households do not own a vehicle, with 34.2% owning 2 vehicles, and 17.1% owning 3 or more vehicles. The data for a random sample of 100 households in a resort community are summarized in the frequency distribution below. At the 0.05 ...

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For df = 5 and the constant A, identify the value of A such that a. P(x² > A) = 0.90 b. P(x² > A) = 0.10 c. P(x² > A) = 0.95 d. P(x² > A) = 0.05 e. P(x² < A) = 0.975 f. P(x² < A) = 0.025

business statistics
1-A randomized block design ANOVA has five treatments and four blocks. The computed test statistic (value of F) is 4.35. With a 0.05 significance level, the appropriate table value and conclusion will be? 2-A randomized block experiment having five treatments and six blocks ...

Business Statistics
1- When the necessary conditions are met, a two-tail test is being conducted to test the difference between two population proportions. The two sample proportions are p1= 0.25 and p2 = 0.20 , and the standard error of the sampling distribution of p1 − p2 is 0.04. The ...

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786,000 men and 204,000 women in the farming, fishing, and forestry occupations category. For these 2,355,000 individuals, what is the probability that a randomly selected individual will either be a male or be in the life, physical, and social sciences category?

Statistics
Option Seminar 2 5.19) According to data from the U.S. Energy information Administration, the 60.0 million U.S. households with personal computers were distributed as shown here with regard to geographic location and access to the Internet. The entries represent millions of ...