A store has found that 60% of their customers spend more than $75 each visit. What is the probability that the next two customers will spend more than $75.

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  1. Statistics

    A major department store chain is interested in estimating the average amount its credit card customers spent on their first visit to the chain's new store in the mall. Fifteen credit card accounts were randomly sampled and analyzed with the following

  2. Statistics

    According to a recent survey, 75% of all customers will return to the same grocery store. Suppose 8 customers are selected at random: A) What is the probability that exactly five of the customers will return? B) What is the profability that all 8 will

  3. statistics

    Forty-four percent of customers who visit a department store make a purchase. The probability, rounded to four decimal places, that in a random sample of 9 customers who will visit this department store, exactly 6 will make a purchase is:

  4. Statistics

    In a department store there are 120 customers, 90 of whom will buy at least 1 item. If 5 customers are selected at random, one by one, find the probability that all will buy at least 1 item.

  5. Math

    Binomial problems: Basic Anita's, a fast-food chain specializing in hot dogs and garlic fries, keeps track of the proportion of its customers who decide to eat in the restaurant (as opposed to ordering the food "to go"), so it can make decisions regarding

  6. Math, Stats

    the probability is 0.6 that a person shopping at a certian store will spend less than $20. For group of size 19, find the mean number who spend less then $20.

  7. Math

    An ice cream shop owner wants to find out what new flavor of ice cream he should sell in his shop. Which method would be the BEST way for the owner to do this? A) Determine which flavor is the best selling now. B) Visit all the other ice cream store and

  8. math

    In a study of the domestic market share of the three major automobile manufacturers A, B, and C in a certain country, it was found that their current market shares were 60%, 30%, and 10%, respectively. Furthermore, it was found that of the customers who

  9. statistics

    According to a survey, only 20% of customers who visited the web site of a major retail store made a purchase. Random samples of size 50 are selected.Tthe mean of all the sample proportions of customers who will make a purchase after visiting the web site

  10. statistics

    On the average five customers visit a children department store each hour. Using Poisson distribution, calculate the probability of three customers shop at the store.

  11. Math

    A man goes into a store and says, " If you give me as much money as I have with me now, I will spend $10.00 in your store." The proprietor agrees, and the man spends the money. He goes into a second store and again says, "If you give me as much money as I

  12. physics please help!!

    In the design of a supermarket, there are to be several ramps connecting different parts of the store. Customers will have to push grocery carts up the ramps and it is obviously desirable that this not be too difficult. The engineer has done a survey and

  13. statistic

    A survey was made of 100 customers in a department store. 70 of the customers indicated they visited the store because of a newspaper advertisement. The remainder had not seen the ad. A total of 40 customers made purchases; of these customers, 30 had seen

  14. Data Management

    A store manager believes that 42% of her customers are repeat business (have visited her store within the last two weeks). Assuming she is correct, what is the probability that out of the next 500 customers, between 200 and 250 customers are repeat

  15. geometry

    A health food store has launched a new pack of vitamins for children. The store records the number of packs ordered by a random sample of 100 online customers and the number of packs ordered by a random sample of 100 walk-in customers. Two dot plots are

  16. math

    The number of customers that visit a local small business is 37,800 and has been continuously declining at a rate of 1.7% each year. What is the approximate number of customers that visit the business in 12 years?

  17. Math help algebra

    You have a gift card for your favorite clothing store for the amount of $60. You have found a shirt you want to buy that costs $15. If you don't want to spend more than the amount of the gift card, which of the following inequalities could be used to

  18. Math

    You need to buy some chicken for dinner tonight. You found an ad showing that the store across town has it on sale for $2.89 a pound, which is cheaper than your usual neighborhood store, which sells it for $2.99 a pound. Is it worth the extra drive? First,

  19. statistics help

    The branch manager of an outlet (Store 1) of a nationwide chain of pet supply stores wants to study characteristics of her customers. In particular, she decides to focus on two variables: the amount of money spent by customers and whether the customers own

  20. statistics

    The probability is 0.7 that a person shopping at a certain store spend less than $20.00. For groups size of 22, find the mean number who spend less than $20.00 Do they tell you the most probable amount spent? There are an infinite number of combinations of

  21. Math: statistics

    A DVD rental store wants to know what proportion of its customers are under age 21. A simple random sample of 500 customers was taken, and 375 of them were under age 21. Presume that the true population proportion of customers under age 21 is 0.68. Find

  22. psychology

    Now imagine that you are conducting research on the length of time it takes customers to select items in a grocery store. Assume that your hypothesis is that people will spend more time deciding on more expensive items than on cheaper items. • What might

  23. math

    Anita's, a fast-food chain specializing in hot dogs and garlic fries, keeps track of the proportion of its customers who decide to eat in the restaurant (as opposed to ordering the food "to go"), so it can make decisions regarding the possible construction

  24. Math

    A store has found that 60% of their customers spend more than $75 each visit. What is the probability that the next two customers will spend more than $75.

  25. statistics

    A popular retail store knows that the purchase amounts by its customers is a random variable that follows a normal distribution with a mean of $30 and a standard deviation of $9. What is the probability that a randomly selected customer will spend between

  26. stats

    A popular retail store knows that the purchase amounts by its customers is a random variable that follows a normal distribution with a mean of $30 and a standard deviation of $9. What is the probability that a randomly selected customer will spend $20 or

  27. pre calc

    The number of customers that visit a local small business is 29,600 and has been continuously declining at a rate of 2.9% each year. What is the approximate number of customers that visit the business in 10 years

  28. Statistics

    The records of a computer retail store show that out of the 100 customers who purchased a desktop computer last month, 69 also purchased a service plan that extends the warranty for an extra year. Out of the 25 customers who purchased a notebook computer

  29. social studies

    why would a store owner spend so much money on decoating their store?

  30. Math

    A department store is holding a drawing to give free shopping sprees to two lucky customers. There are 15 customers who have entered the drawing: 4 live in the town of Gaston, 6 live in Pike, and 5 live in Wells. In the drawing, the first customer will be

  31. Statistics

    The age of customers for a particular retail store follows a normal distribution with a mean of 37.5 years and a standard deviation of7.6 years.What is the probability that the next customer who enters the store will be less than 42 years old?

  32. Physics

    In the design of a supermarket, there are to be several ramps connecting different parts of the store. Customers will have to push grocery carts up the ramps and it is obviously desirable that this not be too difficult. The engineer has done a survey and

  33. math

    Which sample is better for making a prediction? Why? Sample A: A random sample of 10 customers leaving a store Sample B: A random sample of 100 customers leaving a store i think maybe sample a would be more better for just a prediction because it's just 10

  34. Math

    A toy store has found that 30% of its customers spend more than $40 each visit. What is the probability that the next two customers will each spend more than $40?

  35. statistics

    Forty-four percent of customers who visit a department store make a purchase. The probability, rounded to four decimal places, that in a random sample of 9 customers who will visit this department store, exactly 6 will make a purchase is:

  36. mathematics

    A popular, low-cost furniture store only sells "Do-It-Yourself" furniture. All the furniture pieces come in a box, and customers can build the furniture at home. The store found that there is a 45% chance that a customer plans to hire someone else to build

  37. math

    for a store contest 4 out of every 65 people who visit the store will receive a freee dvd if 455 people visit the store how many dvds were given away

  38. Statistics

    According to a recent survey, 65% of all customers will return to the same grocery store. Suppose 11 customers are selected at random,what is the probability that A) exactly 5 will return? B) all 11 will return? C) at least 6 will return D) at least one

  39. Math

    The local video store has determined that 65% of the store's customers are women. What is the probability that the next 3 customers will be women? Round to the nearest percent.

  40. math

    The manager of a retail store knows that 40% of the customers who enter the store will purchase one or more items and 60% will leave without making a purchase.what is the probability that in a sample of 10 customers,five will buy one or more items?

  41. Algebra 1

    The marketing director of a department store interviewed 50 customers who had bought appliances the previous week. They found that 20% of the customers bought a washing machine and 40% bought a dishwasher. Also 48% of the customers bought an appliance

  42. kMath

    1. Mr. Longo bakes 573 muffins to be sold at a school football game. He puts muffins into boxes of 15. How many full boxes will Mr. Longo bring to the game? A. 35 B. 38 C. 41 D. 39 2. A movie theater sold 4,494 tickets during a two-week period. If the same

  43. business statistics

    A store owner decides to put a coupon in the Sunday newspaper. The advertising firm she works believes that at least 20% but no more than 30% of people who shop at his store will use the coupon. The paper circulates 50,000 copies of the Sunday paper and

  44. Math

    At Smith's club the pay-per-visit fee is $5 per day. would Smith save money paying per visit? Assume that a month has 4.3 weeks. what percentage of his monthly $90 fee would he spend if he paid on a per-visit basis? 2. IF Smith goes to the gym three times

  45. General Psychology-5

    Now imagine that you are conducting research on the length of time it takes customers to select items in a grocery store. Assume that your hypothesis is that people will spend more time deciding on more expensive items than on cheaper items

  46. Math 115

    A department store is offering a coupon for 21% off for any purchases over $100. How much would you spend for a $100 purchase? You would spend $100. You would spend $79 on a purchase of $100.01 You would spend $79.8 on a purchase of $101.00 You would spend

  47. Statistics

    "Working Mom’s Journal" reported that the mean time a mother, with her small children, spends in at the convenience store is 7.3 minutes. A sample of 20 moms is chosen from your neighborhood, and it is found that the mean time they spend in a convenience

  48. statistics

    Suppose 100 randomly selected customers were asked to rate a particular service they recently had on a scale of 0 to 10. The sample mean rating was found to be 7.3. (Assume the population standard deviation of all ratings in the population of customers is

  49. math

    You have a gift card for your favorite clothing store for the amount of $60. You have found a shirt you want for $15. You don't want to spend more than the amount of the gift card, which of the following inequalities could be used to determine the amount

  50. English

    I have a question on my previous post. Why do you say "in the morning I usually have a shower/On the following morning/night I had a shower? I included a few more doubts. Thank you very much. 1)What are you going to do for/during/on (not “in”) your

  51. math

    Let π denote the proportion of grocery store customers that use the store's club card. For a large sample z test of H0: π = .5 versus Ha: π > .5, find the P-value associated with each of the given below values of the test statistic.

  52. algebra

    At a grocery store, the number of customers arriving per hour is shown by the function f(x) = -x^+ 2x + 2. Find the number of customers that arrived in the 6th hour.

  53. Math

    An upscale department offers its customers free gift wrapping on any day that they spend at least $100. The store offers 5 box sizes (XS, S, M, L, XL), 6 wrapping themes (birthday, wedding, baby girl, baby boy, anniversary, and all-occasion), and 3 styles

  54. math/stats

    A hamburger chain found that 65% of all customers use mustard, when they buy hamburgers. If 5 customers randomly selected, what is the probability that none use mustard?

  55. stats

    Anita's a fast food chain specializing in hotdogs and garlic fries, keeps track of the proportion of its customers who decide to eat in the restaurant so it can make decisions reguarding possible construction of the in-store play areas.the attendance of

  56. math

    First State Bank has a drive-thru for customers who are making withdrawals or deposits. The drive-thru is open 5 days a week for 8 hours per day. Every hour, the bank serves 6 to 12 drive-thru customers. If two-thirds of drive-thru customers make a

  57. Math

    A video store sells a certain video for $32, which is 60 percent more than it costs the store to purchase this video. During an inventory sale, employees are invited to purchase remaining videos at 25 percent off the store's cost. If an employee purchases

  58. finance

    Home Builder Supply a retailer in the home improvement industry, currently operate seven retail outlets in GA and SC. Management is contemplating building an eighth retail store across town from its most successful retail outlet. The company already owns

  59. statics

    4. In a certain game of chance, your chances of winning are 0.2. If you play the game five times and outcomes are independent, the probability that you win at least once is 5. A set of data is found to have a sample standard deviation of 25. Suppose 9 were

  60. maths

    you are at the music store looking for CDs. the store has CDs for $10 and $15. you have $55 to spend. write an equation that represents the different numbers of $10 and $15 CDs you can buy. hmm now.. how do i do this?

  61. Statistics

    A department store is running a promo one Saturday by giving out coupons for $10 of free merchandise. However, one-third of customers spend $40, and one-third spend$75. The remainder of customers who come in the store do not take advantage of the promo at

  62. Statistics

    A shoe store knows that the purchase amount by its customers is a random variable that follows a normal distribution with a mean of $30 and a standard deviation of $9. What is the probability that a randomly selected customer will spend $30 or more at this

  63. math

    At a certain grocery store, "a" customers each spend an average of $30 every "b" hours. How much revenue , in dollars, does the store collect in "c" hours?

  64. Math

    For a store contest four out of every sixtyfive people who visit the store will receive a free dvd. If 455 people visit the store how many DVDs were given away.

  65. math

    The number of customers that visit a local small business is 51,200 and has been continuously declining at a rate of 3.8% each year. What is the approximate number of customers that visit the business in 14 years?

  66. math

    The number of customers that visit a local small business is 51,200 and has been continuously declining at a rate of 3.8% each year. What is the approximate number of customers that visit the business in 14 years?

  67. algebre

    The number of customers that visit a local small business is 51,200 and has been continuously declining at a rate of 3.8% each year. What is the approximate number of customers that visit the business in 14 years?

  68. math

    The number of customers that visit a local small business is 51,200 and has been continuously declining at a rate of 3.8% each year. What is the approximate number of customers that visit the business in 14 years

  69. English

    We have several beautiful places here in Busan. I would like to intorduce two of them. One is Shinsege Department Store. Many people visit the department store to buy things. The sidewalks near the department store is crowded with people. There is a

  70. Statistics

    According to a recent survey, 65% of all customers will return to the same grocery store. Suppose 11 customers are selected at random,what is the probability that A) exactly 5 will return? B) all 11 will return? C) at least 6 will return D) at least one

  71. Math

    In 35 minutes, 49 customers entered the store. At this rate, how many customers will enter the store in 2 hrs?

  72. statistics

    A study of checkout lines at the Safeway revealed that between 4-7pm on weekdays there is an average of 4 customers waiting in line. What is the probability that you visit that Safeway during this time period and... 1-no customers are waiting in line?

  73. Math

    The average amount customers at a certain grocery store spend yearly is $784.39. Assume the variable is normally distributed. If the standard deviation is $76.15, find the probability that a randomly selected customer spends between $712.05 and $932.88.

  74. statistics

    A store owner decides to put a coupon in the Sunday newspaper. The advertising firm she works believes that at least 20% but no more than 30% of people who shop at his store will use the coupon. The paper circulates 50,000 copies of the Sunday paper and

  75. Economy

    The Good’n’Fresh Grocery Store has two checkout lanes and four employees. Employees are equally skilled, and all are able to either operate a register (checkers) or bag groceries (baggers). The store owner assigns one checker and one bagger to each

  76. statistics

    A store manager claims that the average age of his customers is less than 40 years old, while the industry average is 40 years old. He asks you to test his thinking. You collect a sample of 50 customers and found that the average age is 38.7. Assuming that

  77. statistics

    A store manager claims that the average age of his customers is less than 40 years old, while the industry average is 40 years old. He asks you to test his thinking. You collect a sample of 50 customers and found that the average age is 38.7. Assuming that

  78. math

    A store orders boxes of a new brand of cereal from their supplier. The suppier gives the store an additional 3% of the number of boxes ordered as free samples for customers. The store receives 1648 boxes in all. How many boxes of cereal did the store

  79. statistics

    It is estimated that amounts of money spent on gasoline by customers at their gas stations follows a normal distribution witha standard deviation of $3. It was also found that 10% of all customers spent more than $25. What percentage of customers spent

  80. math

    There are nine customers waiting for their local SuperDuperMegaMart store to open on a big shopping day. In how many ways can the nine customers form a single line at the door? That is, how many different lines of nine people are possible?

  81. intro to statistics

    "Working Mom’s Journal" reported that the mean time a mother, with her small children, spends in at the convenience store is 7.3 minutes. A sample of 20 moms is chosen from your neighborhood, and it is found that the mean time they spend in a convenience

  82. statistics

    Suppose 100 randomly selected customers were asked to rate a particular service they recently had on a scale of 0 to 10. The sample mean rating was found to be 7.3. (Assume the population standard deviation of all ratings in the population of customers is

  83. social studies

    Why would both these stores attract a good number of customers? A. Customers value different types of deals. B. Customers have different brand loyalties. C. Customers patronize both stores to maintain competition. D. Customers do not have the information

  84. statistics

    The Stop N’ Go convenience chain recently selected a random sample of 10 customers. The store monitored the number of times each customer made a purchase at the store over a two-month period. The following data were collected:

  85. Psychology

    Now imagine that you are conducting research on the length of time it takes customers to select items in a grocery store.Assume that your hypothesis is that people will spend more time deciding on more expensive items than on ceaper items.What might be te

  86. algebra & trigonometry

    At a grocery store, the number of customers arriving per hour is shown by the function f(x) = 2x + 1. Find the number of customers that arrived in the 6th hour. Thanks

  87. BUSINESS LAW

    In early july, Susy is in Fabulous Freddie's Fireworks Forum Purchasing fireworks for the upcoming Independence Day Holidays. There are "no smoking" signs at the entry door to the store and throughout the store. This store operates only a few weeks in an

  88. English

    We have a very beautiful place called Central Park. Many tourists visit this park. We also have a traditional village full of ancient facilities. 1. I recommend them to visit the village. 2. I suggest that they should visit the village. 3. I suggest to

  89. fractionss

    The Burger Barn served 24 customers yesterday. 1/2 of the customers ordered breakfast. 1/3 of the remaining customers ordered take-out. The rest of the customers ordered dessert. How many customers ordered desert

  90. Stats...is this correct?

    A sample of purchases at the local convenience store has resulted in the following sample data, where x = the number of items purchased per customer and f = the number of customers. x 1 2 3 4 5 f 5 15 8 8 7 1. What does the 15 stand for in the above table?

  91. fractions

    The Pizza Palace served 15 customers yesterday. 1/3 of the customers ordered breakfast. 3/5 of the remaining customers ordered dinner. The rest of the customers ordered take-out. How many customers ordered take-out?

  92. Fractions

    The Pizza Palace served 30 customers yesterday. 3/5 of the customers ordered dessert. 2/3 of the remaining customers ordered lunch. The rest of the customers ordered take-out. How many customers ordered take-out?

  93. stats

    A research firm conducted a survey to determine the mean amount people spend at a popular coffee shop during a week. They found the amounts spent per week followed a normal distribution, with a population standard deviation of $4. A sample of 49 customers

  94. Math

    I am beginning to learn circle graphs. 550 customers of a grocery store took a survey about what their favorite fruit is. The circle graph shows the results. Here's my portrayal of it: Bananas: 14% Strawberries: 38% Oranges: 18% Apples: 24% Peaches: 6% How

  95. probability

    On average, 40 customers are visiting a store in an hour. Find the probability of more than 40 customers visiting that store in an hour. (15 p)

  96. Math fraction plss check this

    The pet store has 8 people working there. Two eighths of the people are working in the grooming center. Three eighths of them are working at the cashier. The rest of them are helping customers in the store. How many staff members are helping customers?

  97. stats

    The probability is 0.7 that a person shopping at a certain store will spend less than $20. For groups of size 13, find the mean number who spend less than $20.

  98. Math, Stats

    the probability is 0.6 that a person shopping at a certian store will spend less than $20. For group of size 19, find the mean number who spend less then $20.

  99. Math.

    1. Kiko works Saturday mornings at the video tape store. She bought ten videotapes on sale and used a $10 employee discount coupon to help pay for the tapes. How much did she spend in all? 5 videotapes for $45.95 She spent $81.90 2. Toni bought six

  100. Statistics

    Transactional data can be used to partition a customer base into different ‘segments’ based on predominant purchasing patterns. Typical segments might be ‘convenience shoppers’ (customers who buy a lot of ready meals, pizzas, etc.), ‘cooking from

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