1. Probability!!! PLEASE help!!

    A survey of Chaicago sports fans asked them 3 questions about which they prefer. Each fan must give exactly 1 answer to each question. Given a choice between the Cubs and White SOx, 40% chose cubs. Between the Bulls and Blackhawks, 57% chose bulls. between
  2. math

    A survey of Chaicago sports fans asked them 3 questions about which they prefer. Each fan must give exactly 1 answer to each question. Given a choice between the Cubs and White SOx, 40% chose cubs. Between the Bulls and Blackhawks, 57% chose bulls. between
  3. math

    Would you please help/check my answers on these probability questions because I cannot come up with what the answer book says. A group of baseball fans at a sports bar in Illinois were asked about which professional baseball team they root for during
  4. math

    If the Red Sox have 14 fans, the Pirates have 42 fans, and the Phillies have 25 fans, what is the probability that a randomly selected fan is not a Red Sox fan? The total number of fans is 81, so I believe it would be 42 + 25 = 67/81 which is 82.7%.
  5. Physics - Fields

    A fan causes a velocity field that falls off inversely with the distance from the fan. For one fan, the air speed at 1.3 m is 6.3 m/s. If two of these fans are placed 3 m apart, pointed at each other, what will be the air speed 1 m away from one of the
  6. math

    A fan has five equally spaced blades. Suppose you line up two fans directly on top of each other. What is the least number of degrees that you can rotate the top fan so that the two fans are perfectly aligned again?
  7. English

    If I have a foreign friend, I'd like to give a fan. It is one of the traditional gifts of Korea. Our ancestors used fans for relief from hot weather. Even today we can use them in hot weather. There are many types of fans according to use and material.
  8. math

    decide on a topic which is adding more clubs for which they would like to collect data and design a survey for school which could really be used to convince the principal to do. Create 5-7 questions for the survey. Some of my questions for the survey are:
  9. Language Arts

    Can someone tell me what the simple subject and simple predicates are in this sentence? Thanks Sports fans trade baseball, football, or basketball cards. a. sport fans/trade b. fans/or c. baseball/or d. fans/trade
  10. MATH HELP

    The table shows preferences of dancing or playing sports for male and female students. Do you prefer dancing or playing sports? Playing sports Dancing Row totals Male students 18 . 16. 34 Female students 18. 35 53 Column totals 36 51. 87 Mason mistakenly
  11. maths

    maria baught two fans 3605.she sold one at aprofit of 15%and the other one at aloss of 9%.if maria got the same amount for each fan find the cost price of each fan.
  12. math

    maria bought two fans for rs. 3605. she sold one at the profit of 15% and the other at the loss of 9%. if maria got same amount for each fan ,find the cost price of each fan ??
  13. math

    maria bought two fans for rs.3605 .she sold one at the profit of 15% and the other at a loss of 9%. if maria got the same amount for each fan ,find the cost price of each fan ??
  14. statistics

    63% of men consider themselves baseball fans. You randomly select 10 and ask if he consider him self a baseball fan. Find the probability that the number who consider themselves baseball fans is (a) exactly 8, (b) at least (8) less than (8)
  15. Math Probabilities

    A survey of TV viewing habits of 50 men and 50 women found the following information: Of the 50 men, 20 prefer watching baseball and 30 prefer football. Of the 50 women, 25 prefer watching baseball and 25 prefer football. Construct a data table for this
  16. physics(mechanics)

    how does the engines get cooled when the vehicle moves in a hill ramp.?i ask this question because its said that cooling fans are drived by the rotation of the engines sothat the cooling fans are mounted in the engine casing.If that's is the case then at
  17. Probability

    A survey of TV viewing habits of 50 men and 50 women found the following information: Of the 50 men, 20 prefer watching baseball and 30 prefer football. Of the 50 women, 25 prefer watching baseball and 25 prefer football. Construct a data table for this
  18. grammar

    is this a Parallel Sentence "Sports fans may disagree about whether going to baseball games or to watch football is more fun, but few people can ignore the importance of sports in America."
  19. marketing

    Binomial probability distributions are used in business, science, engineering, and other fields. Suppose you work for a marketing agency and have to create a television ad for Brand A toothpaste. The toothpaste manufacturer claims that 40% of the
  20. English 101

    Sports fans may disagree about whether going to baseball games or to watch football is more fun, but few people can ignore the importance of sports in America. A This sentence is parallel. B This sentence is not parallel. Some sports fans argue endlessly
  21. geometry

    a lawn is watered by a sprinkler that has two fixed spray heads that each spray water in a fan shape. The angle that determines each of the fan shapes is 120 degrees. The two fans shapes overlap at <2. m<1 is 30 degress and m<3 is 30 degress .
  22. sports

    in a sports development officer I am asked to provide a list of sports and resources needed to provide a range of sports in my local community how do I go about this please help.
  23. science

    I need help to prepare survey report on "use of mobiles are the need of an hour". Report should contain questions asked during survey, graphical representations etc.
  24. science

    I need help to prepare survey report on "use of mobiles are the need of an hour". Report should contain questions asked during survey, graphical representations etc.
  25. Mathematics

    1.​At your summer job with a research company, you must get a random sample of people from your town to answer a question about spending habits. Which of the following methods is most likely to be random? a. You survey customers at the local shopping
  26. math

    There are 36 fans at the hawks/bulldogs basketball game. Every third fan is cheering for the hawks. How many fans are cheering for the bulldogs?
  27. Electric Heating Appliances and fans

    A fan equipped with a gearbox is capable of
  28. English

    1. The fan is above the desk. (Can we use 'above' any time when the fan is on the ceiling, for example, in each corner. When the fan is directly over the desk, can we use "over" as in the sentence? Can we use 'above' when the fan is in each corner of the
  29. Math

    Max asked 50 students in his school which breakfast cereal they prefer. The table below shows the results of his survey. What decimal represents the fraction of students who prefer Fruit Crunchies? 12 like Yummy Flakes 25 like Choco Crunch 13 Like Fruit
  30. physics

    A ceiling fan has four blades, each with a mass of 0.40 kg and a length of 65 cm. Model each blade as a rod connected to the fan axle at one end. When the fan is turned on, it takes 4.45 s for the fan to reach its final angular speed of 2.3 rev/s. What
  31. Math

    A group of fans at a football game are sitting in 7 rows with 28 in each row. in the center a section of 14 fans in 3 rows and a section of 11 fans in 3 rows have cards spelling out the team name. How many fans do not have a card.?
  32. Math

    A survey showed that 36% of car owners prefer two door cars, 52% prefer four door cars, and 12% have no preference. You ask 300 people. How many do you think will prefer the two door cars.
  33. Unions and Intersections of Sets (Algebra)

    Part 1: Answer the following question: In a survey of students about favorite sports, the results include 22 who like tennis, 25 who like football, 9 who like tennis and football, 17 who like tennis and baseball, 20 who like football and baseball, 6 who
  34. survey

    what happened to my survey question??? Survey questions are not welcome here; so your question may have been removed. This forum is for homework help. There are other web sites for that sort of thing, such as http://surveycentral.org/survey/25878.html
  35. Math

    Part 1: Answer the following question: In a survey of students about favorite sports, the results include 22 who like tennis, 25 who like football, 9 who like tennis and football, 17 who like tennis and baseball, 20 who like football and baseball, 6 who
  36. Algebra

    Part 1: Answer the following question: In a survey of students about favorite sports, the results include 22 who like tennis, 25 who like football, 9 who like tennis and football, 17 who like tennis and baseball, 20 who like football and baseball, 6 who
  37. statistics

    Set up the null and alternative hypothesis for the following problem. A survey reported the planning habits of men and women. The question asked, "how do you primarily keep track of meetings, appointments and deadlines?" 56% of men and 46% of women
  38. math stats

    Set up the null and alternative hypothesis for the following problem. A survey reported the planning habits of men and women. The question asked, "how do you primarily keep track of meetings, appointments and deadlines?" 56% of men and 46% of women
  39. English

    Here is the second speech act. Thank you for your cooperation. I also wanted to know if: A) Would you prefer it if we met at six? has the same meaning as B) Would you prefer to meet at six? Is "it" necessary in sentence number 1? Indirect speech: She asked
  40. Math

    Part 1: Answer the following question: In a survey of students about favorite sports, the results include 22 who like tennis, 25 who like football, 9 who like tennis and football, 17 who like tennis and baseball, 20 who like football and baseball, 6 who
  41. Math for Ms. Sue please last questions

    2. In a school of 464 students, 89 students are in the band, 215 students are on sports teams, and 31 students participate in both activities. How many students are involved in neither band nor sports? (1 point) 160 students 191 students 249 students 433
  42. To Suzi - re survey

    Thanks for posting your survey questions. Be sure to post your survey numbers once you get them all tallied. Then you'll be able to start analyzing them. We can help you, but remember that we won't do it for you! =)
  43. MATH

    A pollster wants to minimize the effect the order of the questions has on a person's response to a survey. How many different surveys are required to cover all possible arrangements if there are 5 questions on the survey?
  44. English

    1. I prefer to play soccer with them. 2. I prefer playing soccer with them. (Are both grammatical?) 3. I prefer spring to fall. 4. I prefer palying tennis outdoors to reading books indoors. 5. I prefer to swim rather than read a novel. 6. I prefer to swim
  45. algebra

    n a survey of 60 randomly-chosen employees, 15 said they would prefer an hour for lunch with no breaks each day. 45 employees said they would prefer thirty minutes for lunch with two other breaks each day. If there are 500 people employeed by the company,
  46. statistics

    In a survey of families in which both parents work, one of the questions asked was, "Have you refused a job, promotion, or transfer because it would mean less time with your family?" A total of 200 men and 200 women were asked this question. "Yes" was the
  47. Math

    In a survey of families in which both parents work, one of the questions asked was, "Have you refused a job, promotion, or transfer because it would mean less time with your family?" A total of 200 men and 200 women were asked this question. "Yes" was the
  48. math statistics

    In a survey of families in which both parents work, one of the questions asked was, "Have you refused a job, promotion, or transfer because it would mean less time with your family?" A total of 200 men and 200 women were asked this question. "Yes" was the
  49. English

    Thank you for your help. One more time, I'd like to post the structure 'prefer to' 1. I prefer him to her. 2. I prefer Ted to Jacob. 3. I prefer table tennis to soccer. 4. I prefer reading books to playing soccer. 5. I prefer to read books rather than (to)
  50. having trouble please help?

    2. which survey question is unbiased? a: "Do you think we should allow them to cut down the trees and pave over grass for the new playground?" b: "Which do you prefer with a meal-water, or a durupy sweet soft drink?" c: "Should there be a school dress
  51. English

    1. The fan is above the desk. (Can we use 'above' any time when the fan is on the ceiling, for example, in each corner. When the fan is directly over the desk, can we use "over" as in the sentence? Can we use 'above' when the fan is in each corner of the
  52. Sports

    Researching events that occured in the world of sports on August 22, 1988 locally, statewide, nationwide, worldwide, in high school sports, college sports, professional sports, and olympics.
  53. MAth (Ratio)

    Penny is a dentist. She took a survey of her patients to see which type of toothbrush they prefer. Her 50 male patients prefer electric toothbrushes to manual ones in a 3:2 ratio. Her 65 female patients prefer electric to manual in a 8:5 ratio. In all, her
  54. Math

    Which survey question is biased? “Should the President of the United States serve a six-year term “Which meal—breakfast, lunch, or dinner—is your favorite meal of the day?” “During which month do you prefer to go on vacation?” “Do you
  55. Math

    Which survey question is biased? A. “Should the president of the United States serve a six-year term?” B. “Which meal—breakfast, lunch, or dinner—is your favorite meal of the day?” C. “During which month do you prefer to go on vacation?” D.
  56. Math

    Part of the stage decoration is a "fan" shape and is to be covered with a white cloth. If the radius of the fan is x+3 and its area is 198 meter squared, what is the dimension of the fan?
  57. Entrepreneur

    I am making a business plan but I have problems formulating questions for my market survey. I am planning a Barbering business, can you help me with my survey questions
  58. math

    a group of fans at a football game are sitting in 7 rows with 28 in each row.in the center, a section of 14 fans in 3 rows and a section of 11 fans in 3 rows have cards spelling out the team name.how many fansdo not have a card?
  59. Physics

    A desk fan has three (approximately) rectangular sheets of 15.8 cm long and 5 cm wide, each with a mass of 140 g. The fan is rotating at a constant angular speed of 19.8 rad / s when the power is turned off. Due to friction the angular velocity of the fan
  60. physics

    A ceiling fan is rotating 245 times each minute. What is its frequency? What is its period of rotation? What is its angular velocity? When the fan is turned off, it slows down at 2.50 rad/s2 – how long will it take the fan to stop?
  61. math

    in a survey, 1000 people were asked what sports they liked best. of that number, 423 said baseball and 95 said tennis. what part of total number surveyed liked baseball? what part liked tennis?
  62. Math

    A survey revealed that 4 out of 5 people prefer vanilla ice cream to chocolate. In a class of 30 how many students are likely to prefer chocolate ice cream?
  63. statistics

    according to a survey of men interviewed 20% had asked for a raise and 59% of the man who asked for a raise received the raise if a man is selected from the survey population of men fine the folowing proability P(man asked for raise and received raise)
  64. Business Research and writing

    Write a short survey (8 to 10 questions) that is related to careers in general, careers in IT, or another occupational topic. Remember, this survey should somehow relate to your final project . Distribute this survey to at least four relatives and/or
  65. English

    I'm finding it difficult to turn sentences (or better speech acts) into indirect speech. Can you please check my sentences (for making arrangements)? Thank you!! Making arrangements 1)“Is it OK if we to meet/if we meet at seven o’clock for dinner?”
  66. English

    Read the sentences. Add quotation marks and commas where needed I prefer country music said Melanie. "I prefer country music," said Melanie. Let me go with you my sister begged. "Let me go with you," my sister begged. Why Anna asked would you not tell me
  67. Math

    A survey of 180 college men was taken. 43 students were in fraternities, 52 participated in campus sports, and 35 participated in campus tutorial programs. 13 participated in fraternities and sports, 14 in sports and tutorial programs, and 12 in
  68. math

    A survey of 180 college men was taken. 43 students were in fraternities, 52 participated in campus sports, and 35 participated in campus tutorial programs. 13 participated in fraternities and sports, 14 in sports and tutorial programs, and 12 in
  69. STATISTICS

    Who is the king of the late night TV? An internet survey estimates that, when given a choice between David Letterman and Jay Leno, 52% of the population prefers to watch Jay Leno. Suppose that you randomly select three late night TV watchers and ask them
  70. math

    When you start your shift, the warehouse has 1,483 ceiling fans. if you pack and ship 32 fans per hour, how many fans will be left in the warehouse at the end of your 8 hour shift?
  71. 8th grade math

    please help one blade of a fan is parallel to the floor. what degree of rotation of the fan puts the blade at the top of the fan
  72. English expression

    What sport do you like best? I like rope jumping best. What sports do you like best? I like cricket and dodgeball best. Which sport do you like better, billiards or squash? I like billiards better. Do you play rugby sometimes? Yes, I do. Do you play sports
  73. English

    1. I prefer working to doing nothing. 2. I prefer to work rather than to do nothing. 3. I prefer to work rather than do nothing. 4. I prefer to work to to do nothing. 5. I prefer to work to do nothing. [Are the sentences from #1 to #3 correct? Which ones
  74. English

    How do i go about writing an essay whose topic is "Sports- General, types of fans and influence on culture?"It is under classification and division in Successful College Writing.
  75. physics

    A cooling fan is turned off when it is running at 880 . It turns 1300 revolutions before it comes to a stop. What was the fan's angular acceleration, assumed constant? How long did it take the fan to come to a complete stop?
  76. Physics

    A cooling fan is turned off when it is running at 920 rev/min. It turns 1100 revolutions before it comes to a stop. What was the fan's angular acceleration? How long did it take the fan to come to a complete stop?
  77. Math

    1.A restaurant surveys 60 of its customers about their new menu. 48 of the customers that take the survey prefer the new menu. A.Which value is unknown in this problem: the part, percent, or whole? B.Write and solve the proportion to find the percent of
  78. Math 6 help

    The city recreation department is planning their program for next year. They will conduct a survey to determine which sports they should offer. Which question would be beset for the survey? Do you want to play soccer next year? Are you a good basketball
  79. math

    During a survey, shoppers at a local mall were asked, "Which Baskin Robbins ice cream is your favorite flovor?" Determine whether the survey question is baised or unbaised. Exlpain the reasoning for the answer?
  80. math

    one blade of fan is parallel to the floor. what degree of rotation of the fan puts the blade at the top of the fan
  81. physics

    A cooling fan is turned off when it is running at 870 rev/min. It turns 1200 revolutions before it comes to a stop. What was the fan's angular acceleration, assumed constant? How long did it take the fan to come to a complete stop?
  82. college

    A ceiling fan has 15 -inch blades (so the radius of the circular fan is 15 inches). Suppose the fan turns at a rate of 60 revolutions per minute. (a) Find the angular speed of the fan in radians per minute. (b) Find the linear speed of the tip of a blade
  83. Math

    In a survey 200 people were polled at a local shopping center about spending free time playing sports, watching a movie, or reading a book. The relative frequency table below displays the results. MOVIE SPORTS READ MALE 0.25 0.30 0.10 FEMALE 0.15 0.05 0.15
  84. devry assigment

    38% of women consider themselves fans od professional baseball. you randomly select sex women and ask each if she considers herself a fan professional baseball
  85. physics

    The motor of a fan turns a small wheel of radius rm = 1.60 cm.This wheel turns a belt, which is attached to a wheel of radius rf = 2.90 cmthat is mounted to the axle of the fan blades. Measured from the center of this axle, the tip of the fan blades are at
  86. math .... mad HARD

    a football stadium seats 60,000 fans.about 1/4 of the fans pay $100.00 per ticket,1/2 of the fans pay $70.00 per ticket, and the remainder pay about $40.00 per ticket.about how much money will the team collect on a day when there is a full house at the
  87. Probability & Statistics

    32% of women consider themselves fans of professional baseball. You randomly select six women and ask each if she considers herself a fan of professional baseball.
  88. Probability & Statistics

    32% of women consider themselves fans of professional baseball. You randomly select six women and ask each if she considers herself a fan of professional baseball.
  89. STATISTIC

    According to literature on brand loyalty, consumers who are loyal to a brand are likely to consistently select the same product. This type of consistency could come from a positive childhood association. To examine brand loyalty among fans of the Chicago
  90. Math

    You want to conduct a survey to find out what sport the students at your school prefer to play. a) You interview 20 boys playing football at lunch. Is this a random sample? explain b) The survey question you ask is, ''What is your favorite sport to play?''
  91. physics

    A fan drawing electricity at a rate of 1.5kw is located within rigid enclosure of 3m*4m*5m. Enclosure is filled with air at 27oC, 0.1 MPa. The fan operates for 30 minutes. Assume the ideal gas model, determine a) mass (in kg) b) final T (in oC) and c)
  92. Math

    decide on a topic which is adding more clubs for which they would like to collect data and design a survey for school which could really be used to convince the principal to do. Create 5-7 questions for the survey.
  93. Math

    Which is the last step in taking a survey? (Choices)... A. Explain the results B. write a survey questions C. Count tallies D. Make a tally chart and ask question.
  94. maths!

    6) There are three research and development projects focusing on the development of three new products A, B and C. The markets into which the new products are to be launched are identical. However, consumer preference is at present, unknown. A probability
  95. Statistics

    Who is the king of late night TV? An Internet survey estimates that, when given a choice between David Letterman and Jay Leno, 52% of the population prefers to watch Jay Leno. Suppose that you randomly select three late night TV watchers and ask them which
  96. Statistics

    In a survey conducted by researchers at the University of Wisconsin, subjects were asked the question "Have you ever used cocaine?" in one of three methods, anonymous survey, personal interview, or phone survey. The contingency table below shows the
  97. Statistics

    In a survey conducted by researchers at the University of Wisconsin, subjects were asked the question "Have you ever used cocaine?" in one of three methods, anonymous survey, personal interview, or phone survey. The contingency table below shows the
  98. math

    A cable channel survey showed that about 50% of subscribers preferred watching a comedy to an action movie on Saturday nights. If you want to estimate the probability that exactly two of three randomly picked subscribers prefer watching an action movie on
  99. Business(please help quick!)

    Please don't provide any links. We are doing a project where we pick a sports team and we must calculate the revenue and salaries of the players. Then we are asked to explain how a sports team can possibly lose money. Now, I have all of that but I am stuck
  100. math

    Of 55 students in the fifth grade, 43 are fans of the local basketball team and 35 are fans of the local hockey team. Twenty - three students are fans of both teams. How many students are fans of the hockey team but not the basketball team?