1. Science

    Explain if quadruplets-four babies born at one birth are always identical or always fraternal, or if they can be either.
  2. Math. (Didn't understand please help!)

    Suppose 20% of babies born are born early, 50% are born on time, and 30% are born late. A nurse uses a random-number table to find the experimental probability that of 5 births, at least 1 baby will be born early. The digits 0 and 1 represent babies born
  3. eced

    Dr.tutus used a twin study to determine the influence of heredity on emotionality.if emotional ality is influenced by heredity, he will found the level of emotional is more similar in? Siblings pairs then in identical twins. B.fraternal twins than in
  4. Health (Ms. Sue)

    1. Classify the following as risks to teen mothers, to teen fathers, or to teen parents. a. interrupted education --- teen parents b. limited job options ---- teen parents c. physical stress to bones --- teen mothers d. lower income --- teen fathers? 2.
  5. MATH

    Mrs. Wilkerson noticed that her in-laws’ birth dates have an unusual property. Her mother-in-law was born 5-31-36, and her father-in-law was born 9-25-34. Furthermore, her hus- band’s grandfather was born 7-7-14. How many birth dates in a century have
  6. Genes

    Genetics and what we inherit from our biological parents play a significant role in our intelligence level. In fact, researcher have found that: a) adotpted children are more similar in IQ to their adoptive parents than to their birth parents b) identical
  7. science

    Mice are famous for their ability to multiply at break make speed the type of mouse we have here gives birth once a month. Birthing 12 babies each time, baby mice mature and can give birth two months after they are born, you picked up one of these darling
  8. Intro to Psychology

    Genetics and what we inherit from our biological parents play a significant role in our intelligence level. In fact, researchers have found that: adopted children are more similar in IQ to their adoptive parents than to their birth parents. identical twins
  9. math

    The probability of a female birth is about 0.5. over the period of a year, would there be more days when at least 60% of the babies born were girls in a.a large hospital b.a small hospital c. it makes no difference please explain your reasoning thanks
  10. math

    35 yrs ago babies are born here hospital celebrated the births of the last baby of feb 20th and the 1st baby of feb 21st w/gifts. 5 mothers including mrs keating were in labor as of midnight find the full name of each newborn 1 of the 1st name is crystal
  11. Stats.

    An obstetrician maintains that preterm babies (gestation less than 37 weeks) have a higher variability of birth weight than do full-term babies (gestation 37-41 weeks). According to the National Vital Statistics Report, Vol. 48, No. 3, the birth weights of
  12. statistics

    An obstetrician maintains that preterm babies (gestation less than 37 weeks) have a higher variability of birth weight than do full-term babies (gestation 37-41 weeks). According to the National Vital Statistics Report, Vol. 48, No. 3, the birth weights of
  13. MATH :D

    Mrs. Wilkerson noticed that her in-laws’ birth dates have an unusual property. Her mother-in-law was born 5-31-36, and her father-in-law was born 9-25-34. Furthermore, her hus- band’s grandfather was born 7-7-14. How many birth dates in a century have
  14. algebra 1

    Mrs. Wilkerson noticed that her in-laws’ birth dates have an unusual property. Her mother-in-law was born 5-31-36, and her father-in-law was born 9-25-34. Furthermore, her hus- band’s grandfather was born 7-7-14. How many birth dates in a century have
  15. Statistics

    It is not surprising that babies with low birth weights are at risk for developmental difficulties, but extraoridinarily large babies also face a higher than noraml risk of medical problems. In the United States the average full term single birth baby has
  16. theology

    if there is 4 of something and it is called: "Quadruple" What is the name given to 13 of something; like 4 babies are called: Quadruplets, what are 13 babies called?
  17. Statistics help Please

    The table below reports birth weight and whether the mother smoked for 189 pregnancies. If Smoking and Birthweight were independent, then we would expect the number of low birth weight babies born to smoking mothers to be: (???/???) * ??? = 23.1 The
  18. algebra

    Lizeth noticed that her grandparents’ birth dates have an unusual property. Her grandmother was born 5- 31-36, and her grandfather was born 9-25-34. Furthermore, her great-grandfather 7-17-14. How many birth dates in a century have this property, in
  19. math

    about 7x10 to the power of 3 babies are born each day in the city. about how many babies are born each day in the city?.give the abswer un standard form
  20. statistics

    The weight of 14 healthy newborn children was measured. The sample mean was 7.5 pounds with corresponding standard deviation 1.2 pounds. These babies are from one hospital and we want to test whether the babies born at this hospital are different in weight
  21. English

    1. I am glad because my dog gives birth to four puppies. 2. I am glad because my dog gave birth to four puppies. 3. I was glad because my bog gave birth to four babies. 4. I was glad because my dog had given birth to four babies. (Which expressions are
  22. programming(visual basic)

    Write and test a program that allows the user to enter the surname of each baby born at a hospital and their birth weight in pounds. There are 12 newborn babies at the hospital.
  23. Math

    In the United States, more male babies are born than female. In 2004, 2,104,661 males were born and 2,007,391 females were born. Determine the empirical probability of an individual being born a) male. b) female.
  24. AP English Literature

    I'm doing a research essay about "anchor babies", or in other words, babies born from illegal immigrants. How would you write a good thesis?
  25. Math

    Mrs soko is expecting a baby. Assuming that babies are equally like at any time of the day or night. What is the probability that the baby... a) will be born at the weekend? b) will be born between 8a.m. and 5p.m. on a weekday? c) will be born between
  26. Business

    A hospital has 30 labor rooms, 15 combination labor and delivery rooms, 3 delivery rooms, and 1 special delivery room reserved for complicated births. All rooms operate around the clock. Time spent in labor rooms varies from hours to days, with an average
  27. statistics

    Suppose babies born in a large Hospital have a mean weight of 4088 in a variance of 5569. if 128 babies are sample that a random from the hospital what is the probability that the mean weight of the sample babies would differ from the population mean by
  28. math

    Suppose babies born in a large hospital have a mean weight of 3181 grams, and a standard deviation of 526. If 97 babies are sampled at random from the hospital, what is the probability that the mean weight of the sample babies would differ from the
  29. Math

    The birth weight of full-term babies was found to follow a normal distribution with a mean of 3500grams, and standard deviation of 600grams. A) What is probability that the birth weight is less than 3000 grams. = P(X<3000) Correct? B) probability that
  30. Math

    Over the past week, 34 baby boys were born at the hospital. This was 54% of all babies born. How many girls were born over the past week?
  31. child growth development

    Regarding babies who are low in birth weight but born at full term, which of the following statements is true? A. Expect to find lanugo. B. Expect to dectect vernix. C. Expect to find that the mother's parents were smokers. D. Expect the child to be
  32. Math

    A new born infant usually triples its birth weight by its first birthday.Baby carter weighted 28 pounds on his first birthday. If this were triple his birth weight (b), which equation below could be used to determine his birth weight? (1) b/3=28 No sure
  33. Math

    I am doing an assignment on probability. It sais.. "By the start of the 21st century, only 1 in 6 babies in America was born with blue eyes. What is the probability that at least 1 out of 2 babies has blue eyes? And then it sais " What might be a good
  34. statistics

    The average weight of all newborn babies at Dearborn Hospital was estimated by using the average weight of babies born in the month of April. Based on this information, identify: a. A statistic b. A variable c. A data value
  35. Statistics

    1. Suppose the distribution of birth weights of babies born at Big General Hospital is normal. If the mean weight is 7.5 lb. and the standard deviation is 1.25 lb, about 50% of the babies will weight between.... 2. Joe runs a carnival game in which he
  36. statistics

    Ignoring twins and other mutiple births, assume babies born at a hospital are independent events with the probability that a baby is a boy and the probability that a baby is a girl both equal to 0.5. Referring to the information above, the probability that
  37. Statistics

    Suppose that the birth weight of newborn babies in the U.S is normally distributed with a mean of 7 pounds and a standard deviation of 1.6 pounds. Let the random variable X be the birth weight of a randomly selected record of live birth. a) What is the
  38. reading

    we all know that babies make funny sounds. Little by little, babies learn that some sounds will call their mother and father. Other sounds will get them food. yet some sounds will bring them nothing at all. Babies learn to talk by finding out which sounds
  39. babies born inthe white house[first]

    Who was the first baby born to a president's wife in the White house? Ester Cleveland, daughter of Grover, in his second term. I don't know
  40. Math

    A typical human newborn weighs 150lbs, while a newborn weighs approx 7lbs. An adult Western grey Kangaroo weighs about 30 kilograms and gives birth to babies who are approx 1 gram. If human babies were proportionally the same weight to adults as Western
  41. Biology 11 U

    In the U.S. 1 out of 10 000 babies is born with phenylketonuria (PKU). The disease is caused by a recessive allele. The frequency of individuals in the U.S. population born with PKU corresponds to q squared. What is the given information? (e.g. p squared =
  42. sience

    how are babies born
  43. Science

    When a clown anemonefish gives birth, how many babies survive?
  44. Math

    Mr. Science has a pair of hamsters. The hamsters have 2 babies. Those babies grow up and have 2 babies of their own. Write the number of baby hamsters from the previous day as a numeral expression using exponential notation. How many babies are there all
  45. math help!

    Mr. Science has a pair of hamsters. The hamsters have 2 babies. Those babies grow up and have 2 babies of their own. Write the number of baby hamsters from the previous day as a numeral expression using exponential notation. How many babies are there all
  46. Creating High-Quality Centers

    Which of the following statements concerning infants and music is true? A. Babies aren't instinctive music makers; instead, they need to be taught to create and respond to music. B. Lullabies are found only in cultures originating in Europe, so they might
  47. Physics

    The intensity due to a number of indipendent sound sources is the sum of the individual intensities. A) When four quadruplets cry simultaneously, how many decibels greater is the sound intensity level than when a single one cries? B) To increase the sound
  48. Science

    How test tube babies are born?
  49. Science

    Which best explains why children often look like their parents? A) Traits, or characteristics, are passed on to offspring from parents. *** B) Before being born, characteristics of offspring are randomly formed. C) Babies begin to look like their parents
  50. statistics

    A clinical trial tests a method designed to increase the probability of conceiving a girl. In the study 395 babies were born, and 316 of them were girls. Use the sample data to construct a 99% confidence interval estimate of the percentage of girls born.
  51. Statistics

    A clinical trial tests a method designed to increase the probability of conceiving a girl. In the study 320 babies were born, and 256 of them were girls. Use the sample data to construct a 99% confidence interval estimate of the percentage of girls born.
  52. Statistics

    A clinical trial tests a method designed to increase the probability of conceiving a girl. In the study 624 babies were born, and 312 of them were girls. Use the sample data to construct a 99% confidence interval estimate of the percentage of girls born.
  53. statistics

    30 new babies were born yesterday in the hospital. If the average weight of a new born is 7.5 pounds with a standard deviation of 2.1 pounds, what is the probability of the average weight for these 30 newborns is between 7.2 and 7.6 pounds. Remember, all
  54. statistic

    5. Decide whether the following experiment is a binomial experiment. Explain your answer. A researcher observes the gender of the next 100 babies born at a local hospital. The boys and girls are equally likely. The random variable represents the number of
  55. mathematics

    A new born infant usually triples its weight by its first birthday. Baby Carter weighed 28 pounds on his first birthday. if this were triple his birth weight (b),which equation below-birth weight? (1) b/3= 28 (2) b-3=28 (3) 3b=28 (4) b+3=28 (5) 3(b+3)=28 I
  56. Statistics

    The Gibbs Baby Food Company wishes to compare the weight gain of infants using their brand versus their competitor’s brand. A sample of 40 babies using the Gibbs products revealed a mean weight gain of 7.6 pounds in the first 3 months after birth. The
  57. PSYCH

    Birth is a major adjustment for the infant as he/she leaves the familiar environment of the womb and takes his/her place in the world. Naming a baby is a part of this birth process. Being born and naming a child is considered: A. means of access. B. check
  58. psychology

    Regarding the use of anesthetics during childbirth, which of the following statements is true? A. they are rarely used these days B. the epidural procedure is most often favored. C. anesthetics is current use can't cross the placenta barrier to affect the
  59. Statisitics:Standard Deviation of Population and o

    Standard Deviation of Population and of a Sample The weight of newborn children in the United States vary according to the normal distribution with mean 7.7 pounds and standard deviation 1.68 pounds. The government classifies a newborn as having low birth
  60. math

    Suppose that China’s population policy is modified so that every family could have children until either a boy is born or until a maximum of four children are born, whichever comes first. Assume that every family chooses to have as many children as
  61. statistics

    The proportion of baby boys born in the United States has historically been 0.512. You choose an SRS of 55 newborn babies and find that 47% are boys. Do ALL calculations to 5 decimal places before rounding. (d) In a random sample of 55 newborn babies, what
  62. Social Studies

    1 - How does one person become a citizen? (Select 2) - a person is born in the United States - a person of foreign birth is granted citizenship after living in the U.S. for 5 years - a person of foreign birth successfully completes the naturalization
  63. statistics

    "using the descriptive statistics for the weight of the babies in ounces, suppose a friend of yours has given birth to a 10 pound 3 ounce baby"
  64. math

    the name and birth place of a famous person born in 1893 and why?
  65. statistics

    Using the descriptive statistics for the weight of the babies in ounces suppose a friend of yours has given birth to a 10 pound 3 ounce baby. Is this unusual? why or why not?
  66. statics

    In a given year every 100 babies born, there were 6 more boys than girls. If we were to randomly pick a child from a representative group, what is the probability of picking a girl?
  67. Intro to Psychlogy

    One of the best ways to compute heritability is to compare: adopted children compared to adopted siblings. blood relatives who live in the same area. fraternal twins reared in different environments. identical twins reared in different environments. please
  68. statistics

    The mean sleep time of babies is 14hrs,a sample of 64 babies showed a mean of 13hrs 30min with a standard deviation of 3hrs at 1% level of significance. Test the assertion that the mean sleep of the babies is less than 14hrs a day.
  69. home economics

    You are gathering demographic data in a village. You suspect that families have a gender bias; that is, they have children until a certain target number of sons are born, but you don’t have direct evidence of this. All you have is information on the sex
  70. Intermediate Algebra

    a male born in 1975 does not want his future wife to outlive him. What should be the year of birth for his wife so that they both can be expected to die in the same year? Find M(y)+F(y) to get the formula for life expectancy of a person born in year y 2 M
  71. steve damon reiny help probability

    A couple will stop given birth immediately a female child is born. If a male is 5 times more likely to be born as a female. Find a) The expected number of delivery of that family. b)the probability that they ll be 5 children in the family. 3) Probability
  72. maths

    A man was born 29th of febraury 1983. How many birthdays has he celebrated after his birth till date
  73. Math

    If the growth rate of a population is 1.5% how long will it take that country to double? 46 years. Use the above question to help answer this. In 2002 16.4 million babies were born what is the birthrate as a percentage and as per 1000 births? How do I
  74. statistics in health care

    For example, you may be interested in learning whether there is a significant difference in birth weight for children born to mothers who take prenatal vitamins compared to children whose mothers take none. If you have collected ratio level, birth weight
  75. Statistic

    Case 6.4 Maternal Serum Screening Test for Down syndrome Please keep in mind that I do not have a Math back ground so this is brand new to me and like a foreign language that I have never seen nor heard spoken before. Thank you for your help in advance.
  76. math

    In the following problems, Θ = 20 + units digit of your day of birth. For example, if you were born on April 1st, then Θ = 20 + 1 = 21. If you were born on March 30th, then Θ = 20 + 0 = 20. You can solve any three of the seven given
  77. math

    michael has a pair of hamsters. The hamsters have two babies. the babies grow up and have wo babies of their own. write the number of baby hamsters from the statement aboe as a numeral expression using exponential notation. How many baby hamsters are there
  78. Statistics

    In an analysis of test results from the YSORT gender selection method, 152 babies are born and it is assumed that boys and girls are equally likely, so n=152 and p=0.2.
  79. maths

    A man was born on 29th of february 1983. How many birthdays has she celebrated after his birth till today(may 2014)
  80. English

    1. I was very worried because my mother was sick in bed. 2. I felt very sad because Korea lost the soccer game with Japan by 2:1. 3. I was very sad because Korea was defeted by Japan on the soccer match by 2:1. 3. The dog tore my homework. 4. The dog
  81. Lang. Arts

    2. What is the subject of the sentence below? Try giving the dog less water and he won’t spill it on the floor. a. an understood “You” b. he c. the dog d. There is no subject. This is a fragment. Read the following excerpt from Jesse Jackson’s
  82. Math

    The U.S life expectancy of a baby born in 1960 was 69.8 years. For a birth year of 2010, the U.S life expectant was 78.5 years. Let Y be the US life expectancy for a baby born in the year x, where x=0 represents the year 1960. What would the life
  83. social studies

    What does A.D. and B.C. stand for and what do they mean?? A.D. stands for the Latin words, Anno Domini, which means "In the year of Our Lord." A.D. years, starting with 1 A.D. count from the supposed date of Christ's birth. B.C. stands for Before Christ
  84. language arts

    did i punctuate this sentence correctly? "They wanted to have the woman give birth to healthy babies, but they wanted to get as much work out of the woman as possible; therefore, the women were given lighter tasks."
  85. childhood

    it has been propsed that there is a tendency for parent to trat full term babies better than preterm babies a big reason is ? a. that a full term infants don't cry as much. b. that the behavior of pre term babes is more annoying and irratible c. that pre
  86. HISTORY

    i need to write a biography and a birth certificate on george brown. but i have no idea what a biography, birth certificate are suposed to look like use search engines and use images Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Your parents probably
  87. Statistics

    One of my classmates ask this question and it wasn't answered so now I am asking it and of course we are all struggling with no strong Math background Case 6.4 Maternal Serum Screening Test for Down syndrome Please keep in mind that I do not have a Math
  88. Math

    A toy manufacturer is introducing two new dolls, My First Baby and My Real Baby. In one hour, the company can produce 8 First Babies or 20 Real Babies. Because of demand, the company produces at least twice as many First Babies as Real Babies. The company
  89. Statistics

    Suppose that the weight of male babies less than 2 months old is normally distributed with mean 11.5 pounds and standard deviation 2.7 pounds. A sample of 36 babies is selected. What is the probability that the average weight of the sample is less than
  90. geometry

    convert the compound statements into words p= babies eat bananas q= babies do not sleep through the night ~(P arrow q)
  91. Social Studies

    1) Analyze the effect that plentiful harvests had on population in the ancient civilizations of the mainland's river valleys. 2)In addition to the financial reward it already offers for the birth of new babies, what other steps could the government of
  92. english

    Will s person that is born deaf(deaf since birth) be able to speak? please provide a proof for your answer(i.e. website)
  93. Organic Chemistry

    --Why does caffeine have a larger Rf value than chlorophyll? --If two compounds have the same Rf under identical conditions. Does this show that they have identical structures? Explain.
  94. Math

    The average life expectancy for American men born in 1900 was 55 years. Life expectancy has increased by about .2 year for each birth year after 1900. If this trend continues, for which birth year will the average life expectancy be 85 years? how do u
  95. math

    3.A poll was taken to determine the birthplace of a class of college students. Below is a chart of the results. a.What is the probability that a female student was born in Orlando? b.What is the probability that a male student was born in Miami? c.What is
  96. Science

    We are doing a science fair and we are unsure of what our aim/investigation should be. However we know we want to do something with fingerprints. What can we do? Why don't you examine the prints of twins? Why don't you examine the prints of twins? What?
  97. Statistics

    In planning a study of the birth weights of babies whose mothers did not see a doctor while pregnant, a researcher writes the hypotheses as H0: x̄ = 2250 grams versus H1: x̄ < 2250 grams. What is wrong with this?
  98. earth science

    Stellar evolution is the life cycle of a star. A cycle suggests that upon death of a star, another star is born. How is this possible? Stars never really die. The death is a black dwarf star. This type of death triggers the birth of a new star. The death
  99. english can someone help me please

    i finished writing my intro and i'm working on writing my second paragraph in which i have to narrate my story as if i was telling it to another person. Here I go: For eight years, i was born and raised in India. My family and i lived in an four story
  100. personal essay

    i finished writing my intro and i'm working on writing my second paragraph in which i have to narrate my story as if i was telling it to another person. Here I go: For eight years, i was born and raised in India. My family and i lived in an four story