Lung cancer is the number one killer for both men and women. is it False

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  1. History

    read the expert and answer the question. Whoever does right, whether male or female, and is a believer, also to enter the garden. -Quran which statement provides a valid generalization that can be inferred from the expert? a. Men and women have equal

  2. Social Studies

    Which of the following best describes the rights of men and women in ancient Jewish society? Select all that apply. A. Both men and women could buy and sell land. B. Both men and women could take cases to court. C. Men could marry anyone they chose, but

  3. Social Studies

    Which of the following best describes the rights of men and women in ancient Jewish society? Select all that apply. A. Both men and women could buy and sell land. B. also my answer Both men and women could take cases to court. C. Men could marry anyone

  4. history

    1. Which factor contributed most to the beginning of the women's rights movement in the United States during the mid-1800s? A. A dramatic increase in women's participation in the workforce *** B. A shift in social attitudes brought on by increased

  5. History

    1.) Which factor contributed most to the beginning of the women's rights movement in the United States during the mid-1800s? A. A dramatic increase in women's PARTICIPATION in the workforce B. A shift in social attitudes brought on by increased sectional

  6. epi

    In a population-based cohort study, an entire community was interviewed regarding smoking habits and then followed for one year. All lung cancer deaths were ascertained and the following data were available: •Fifteen (15) lung cancer deaths occurred

  7. health part2

    The sole activity of the respiratory system is breathing. True False The exchange of gases between the blood and tissue cells is external respiration. True False Air flows in the process of pulmonary ventilation because of pressure differences between the

  8. math(epidemiology)

    A population of 100 healthy men was followed for the development of prostate cancer. After being followed for 5 years, 20 men developed prostate cancer. Ten other men were followed for 1 year and then were lost to follow-up. The remaining men who never

  9. Probability

    In a large crowd, there are three times as many men as women. Three people are chosen at random. Assuming that there are so many people that choosing three has a negligible effect on the proportion of men to women , find the probability that they are a.

  10. English

    it takes one of the great advantages of being a woman that one can pass even a very fine Negress without wishing to man an English woman of her? Which of the following choices correctly explains the meaning behind this line? Women don't find black women as

  11. Daily Roman LifePlease Help.

    1. Who could be a citizen of Rome? A) men B) women C) slaves D) resident aliens 2. Villas were estates outside of the city with lots of land around them. True or False 3. Slaves in ancient Rome could be, all of the following except______ A) owned by poor

  12. Math

    Of the people at a park, 60% are men and 75% of the women wear jeans. The number of men is 140 more than the number of women who do not wear jeans. After more women come to the park, 65% of the people at the park are women. How many more women come to the

  13. Maths

    In a large crowd,there are three times as many men as women.Three people are chosen at random.Assuming that there are so many people that choosing three has a negligible effect on the proportion of men to women,find the probability that they are (a) all

  14. Probability.. HELP!

    At a certain hospital, 40 patients have lung cancer, 30 patients smoke, and 25 have lung cancer and smoke. Suppose the hospital contains 200 patients. If a patient chosen at random is known to smoke, what is the probability of the event that the patient

  15. Epidemiology

    Can someone please check this for me to see if I am on the right track thanks? In a population-based cohort study, an entire community was interviewed regarding smoking habits and then followed for one year. All lung cancer deaths were ascertained and the

  16. epidemiology

    16. A new test was developed for screening of breast cancer. This new test was applied on 750 women known early cases of breast cancer and 900 women free from cervical cancer on the gold standard test. The new test was positive for 600 women with breast

  17. HISTORY

    Which answer best describes why women were active in early reform movements? A. Many Americans believed women had higher morals than men. B. Many Americans believed women could better bring about change than men. C. Women in the 19th century had plenty of

  18. literature

    True or False? In "Rights of Women," Anna Letitia Barbauld concludes that women will be far less satisfied in fighting for their "rights" against men (as Wollstonecraft did) then with acting in love toward men, as Nature created them to do.

  19. US HISTORY

    Which of the following statements about participants in the Second Great Awakening is most correct? -The participation was almost entirely female; very few men got involved. - The participation was almost entirely male; very few women got involved. -While

  20. differential equations

    About 10% of lung cancer patients are cured of the disease, i.e., they survive 5 years after diagnosis with no evidence that the cancer has returned. Only 14% of lung cancer patients survive 5 years after diagnosis. Assume that the fraction of incurable

  21. help scott biostats

    The proportion of deaths due to lung cancer in males ages 15-64 in England and Wales during the period 1970-1972 was 12%. Suppose that of 20 deaths that occur among male workers in this age group who have worked for at least 1 year in a chemical plant, 5

  22. math

    The U.S Olympic gymnastics team for the 2016 Rio Games comprised five women and five men. In how many ways can this group of athletes arrange themselves in a row for a group picture if: a) There is no restriction b) The men stand together in a group and

  23. math

    at a parade, there are "m" women and 3 times as many men as women. There are 6,352 fewer children than men. Find the number of men and the number of children respectively in terms of m. If m = 7,145, how many peole are at the parade?

  24. MATH

    1) If A is 125% of B, then B is what percent of A? A) 60% B) 75% C) 80% D) 88% E) 90% 2) In an opinion poll of 50 men and 40 women, 70% of the men and 25% of the women said that they preferred fiction to nonfiction books. What percent of the number of

  25. statistics

    The Adeles Workplace Insights Survey sampled men and women workers and asked if they expected to get a raise or promotion this year. Suppose the survey sampled 200 men and 200 women. If 104 of the men replied Yes and 74 of the women replied Yes, are the

  26. statistics

    In a population-based cohort study, an entire community was interviewed regarding smoking habits and then followed for one year. All lung cancer deaths were ascertained and the following data were available: • Fifteen (15) lung cancer deaths occurred

  27. math

    Evidence of an increased risk of lung cancer associated with cigarette smoking was sought by Doll and Hill. In one study, 649 lung cancer cases were matched by age, and gender to 649 controls; 647 of the cases and 622 of the control had a history of

  28. Epidemiology

    1. Evidence of an increased risk of lung cancer associated with cigarette smoking was sought by Doll and Hill. In one study, 649 lung cancer cases were matched by age, and gender to 649 controls; 647 of the cases and 622 of the control had a history of

  29. Epidemiology

    Evidence of an increased risk of lung cancer associated with cigarette smoking was sought by Doll and Hill. In one study, 649 lung cancer cases were matched by age, and gender to 649 controls; 647 of the cases and 622 of the control had a history of

  30. Math

    The ratio of the number of men to the number of women in a club is 3:7.There are 12 more women than men.How many members are there altogether?

  31. health part2

    The sole activity of the respiratory system is breathing. True False The exchange of gases between the blood and tissue cells is external respiration. True False Air flows in the process of pulmonary ventilation because of pressure differences between the

  32. Maths

    In a large crowd,there are three times as many men as women.Three people are chosen at random.Assuming that there are so many people that choosing three has a negligible effect on the proportion of men to women,find the probability that they are (a) all

  33. english 101

    Some would argue that women are better friends than men. Those people might mention things like women are mothers and my mom is my best friend. Although this is true one must remember that men have all the necessary components to be women. With that being

  34. English

    Choose a sentence that makes sense: Also pick a word from the parenthesis to make the sentences make sense: 1. On March 8, 1999, Joseph Paul DiMaggio died (of/from) lung cancer at age 84. 2. On March 8, 1999, Joseph Paul DiMaggio died (of/from) lung cancer

  35. 17

    People who regularly engage in at least moderate intensity aerobic activity have a significantly lower risk of developing ________ than do inactive people. A. Lung cancer B. Type 2 diabetes C. Hip fractures D. Breast cancer b

  36. Social Studies

    What new opportunities were won by women with the passage of the 19th Amendment? A Women were elected governors by the votes of women.*** B Women gained equal pay in factories. C Women were able to achieve higher levels of education. D Women were

  37. Physical Edu

    Lung cancer is the number one killer for both men and women. is it False

  38. science

    I've got two questions which I do not understand... a)In the early 1920's, shortly after world war I, smoking became fashionable for men. Why did lung cancer rates not increase until the 1950's? &... b)Suggest a reason why no comparable increase in lung

  39. Math

    Incidence rate: Women 125 per 100,000 Men 1.2 per 100,000 This statistic says that for every 100,000 women in the U.S., 125 developed breast cancer. For every 100,000 men, fewer than two developed breast cancer. From these numbers, we can see that breast

  40. Math

    Incidence rate: Women 125 per 100,000 Men 1.2 per 100,000 This statistic says that for every 100,000 women in the U.S., 125 developed breast cancer. For every 100,000 men, fewer than two developed breast cancer. From these numbers, we can see that breast

  41. health, science

    How can I explain Lung cancer to children? I don't know how to explain in easy words. "Lung cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the tissues of the lungs. If not treated, lung cancer may spread to the surrounding tissues and other parts

  42. epi

    In a population-based cohort study, an entire community was interviewed regarding smoking habits and then followed for one year. All lung cancer deaths were ascertained and the following data were available: •Fifteen (15) lung cancer deaths occurred

  43. statistics

    In a population-based cohort study, an entire community was interviewed regarding smoking habits and then followed for one year. All lung cancer deaths were ascertained and the following data were available: Fifteen (15) lung cancer deaths occurred among

  44. differential algebra

    About 10% of lung cancer patients are cured of the disease, i.e., they survive 5 years after diagnosis with no evidence that the cancer has returned. Only 14% of lung cancer patients survive 5 years after diagnosis. Assume that the fraction of incurable

  45. publicity

    how do i spread lung cancer awareness in my high school? what things should i sell for breast cancer awareness month we all wore pink on one day but lung cancer's color is clear, so that's not an option? what should we do?

  46. help scott biostatis

    The proportion of deaths due to lung cancer in males ages 15-64 in England and Wales during the period 1970-1972 was 12%. Suppose that of 20 deaths that occur among male workers in this age group who have worked for at least 1 year in a chemical plant, 5

  47. math

    Incidence rate: Women 125 per 100,000 Men 1.2 per 100,000 This statistic says that for every 100,000 women in the U.S., 125 developed breast cancer. For every 100,000 men, fewer than two developed breast cancer. From these numbers, we can see that breast

  48. Biology

    _________ is a type of cancer known to be caused by a virus. Cervical cancer Melanoma Lung cancer Breast cancer My answer is c or d im not quite sure

  49. STATISTICS

    Assume that the probability of developing lung cancer in smokers is 15%; the probability of developing lung cancer in non-smokers is 1%; and the prevalence of smokers in the U.S. is 20%. If a person is diagnosed with lung cancer, what is the probability

  50. Probability

    At a certain hospital, 40 patients have lung cancer, 30 patients smoke, and 25 have lung cancer and smoke. Suppose the hospital has 200 patients. If a patient chosen at random is known to smoke, what is the probability that the patient has lung cancer?

  51. statistics

    the life expectancy of lung cancer patient treated with a new drug is normally distributed with a mean of 4 years and a standard deviation of 10 months what is the probability that a randomly selected lung cancer patient will last more than 5 years

  52. Maths

    There were a some men, women , children in a hall.there 1 1/4 times as many men as women,and the ratio of number of women to the number of children is 8:5.when 105 more children entered the hall, the ratio of men to the children changes to 3:2. find the

  53. statistics

    7. The data represent the distribution of U.S. suicide rates per 100,000 of the population for men and women from 1995 – 2002. Table 4.28 Men (x) 19.8 19.3 18.7 18.6 17.6 17.5 17.6 17.9 Women (y) 4.4 4.4 4.4 4.4 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.3 a) Find the regression

  54. math

    At a school prize giving day the number of men was half of women. The number of children was three times that of women. The number of women who attended was 3x. What was the sum of the men and children?

  55. English

    women were not able to make any progress in their rights during the 1920s false women got vote and they could do some jobs that just for men before most of the authors listed for the years between 1920 and 1930 wrote fiction false is it right?

  56. gr12 math

    froma group of 6 ladies and 4 men, determine in how many ways a committee of 4 people cxan be selected. a. with no restirctions b. 4 women c. 3 women and 1 men d. 2 women and 2 men e. 4 men

  57. math

    from a group of women and 4 men, determine in how many ways a committee of people can be selected with no restrictions? b. 4 women c. 3 women and 1 men d. 2 women 2 man e. 4 men

  58. Nice unanswered question by Maggie

    "100 bushels of corn are divided among 100 men, women, and children. Men receive 3 bushels each, women 2 bushels and children 1/2 bushel each. How can the bushels be distributed? is there more than one solution? if so, find the other solutions." let the

  59. medical Terminology

    A portion of a patient's right lung was resected due to lung cancer. Which of the following procedures was performed? A. Thoracostomy B. Tracheotomy End of exam C. Lobectomy D. Pleurectomy a is my answer

  60. Probability

    This is an example question, but I'm not sure how my instructor came up with the answer. Could anyone explain in detail please. Among the contestants in a competition are 49 women and 29 men. If 5 winners are randomly selected, what is the probability that

  61. stats

    salary study conducted. mean for men = $42,000. Std deviation = $9,000. mean for women = $39,000. Std dev for women = 8,000. If 100 men surveyed, at a CI of 95% what is the the most number of women surveyed if there was no Statistical difference in the

  62. Math

    There were 2400 people at a concert.40% of them were men, the rest were women and children.The number of women was 1 2/5 times the number of children.How many more more men than women were there?

  63. psychology

    The biosocial approach suggests that gender differences are based on: a. the hormone and neurological differences between men and women. b. how men and women think about their environment. c. the physical ability of men to protect the home and of women to

  64. pyschology

    The Biosocial approach suggests that gender differences are based on: a. the hormone and neurological differences between men and women b. how men and women think about their environment c. the physical ability of men to protect the home and of women to

  65. Math - Venn Diagrams

    How can we solve this using a Venn diagaram? 12 out of 1000 women at age forty who participate in routine screening have breast cancer. 880 out of 1000 women with breast cancer will get positive mammographies. 90 out of 1000 women without breast cancer

  66. Math

    How can we solve this using a Venn diagaram? 12 out of 1000 women at age forty who participate in routine screening have breast cancer. 880 out of 1000 women with breast cancer will get positive mammographies. 90 out of 1000 women without breast cancer

  67. Psychology Please Help!!

    The biosocial approach suggests that gender differences are based on: a. the hormone and neurological differences between men and women. b. how men and women think about their environment. c. the physical ability of men to protect the home and of women to

  68. math

    your class has 8 women and 19 men. write the number of women to men as a ratio and as a quoyient. whatpercent of the class are women? show your work.

  69. math word problem

    There are 10 women and 8 men in a club. How many different committees of 6 people can be selected from the group if equal numbers of men and women are to be on the committee? I think it would be 2, because half of 6 is 3, so 3 are men and 3 are women. 2

  70. math

    In a group of 7 men and 8 women, how many committees of 5 can be selected for which there are 2 men and 3 women? What is the probability of selecting a committee of 5 consisting of 2 men and 3 women?

  71. Introduction to Psychology

    New technology is a wonderul servant, but the learning curve is often steep. Men often viewthemselves are more capable of using new technology that women because: (a) women learnnew skills more slowly (b) men generally have a higher estimation of their

  72. Maths

    In a large crowd there are three times as many men as women .three people are chosen at random. Assuming that there are so many people that choosing three has a negligible effect on the proportion of men to women , find the probability that they are. a)

  73. Mathematics

    Maths In a large crowd,there are three times as many men as women.Three people are chosen at random.Assuming that there are so many people that choosing three has a negligible effect on the proportion of men to women,find the probability that they are (a)

  74. The History of Umbrellas

    True or false? In England of the 1700s, men and women conformed to the same customs regarding umbrellas. I say false. Am I right?

  75. college psych

    Which of the following is true of the prevalance rate of psychological disorders in the United States? a) Men experience mood disorders at a higher rate than women b) Women and men differ substanrially on disorders such as schizophrenia c) Men and women

  76. Math probability

    Lottery tickets are held by 56 men and 84 women. An equal percentage of men and women are older than 55. If there are 8 men over 55, what is the probability that the lottery winner will be either man of any age or a women over 55 years old.

  77. Help scott biostats

    The value of mammography as a screening test for breast cancer has been controversial, particularly among young women. A study was recently performed looking at the rate of false positives for repeated screening mammograms among approximately 10,000 women

  78. maths

    There were a total of 5214 men,women and children in an exhibition. The number of adults was twice the number of children. There were 316 more men than women. a) How many adults were there? b) How many men were there?

  79. Psychology

    The areas of the hemisphere involved in speech and language tend to be large in ____. The areas of the parietal lobe involved in visuospacial processing tend to be larger in ____ a) women, women b) men, men c) men, women d) women, men

  80. Psych

    The areas of the hemisphere involved in speech and language tend to be large in ____. The areas of the parietal lobe involved in visuospacial processing tend to be larger in ____ a) women, women b) men, men c) men, women d) women, men

  81. Maths

    Spain has a population of 2015. The men and women together number 1007, and the children together number 1537. How many children are there? How many women are there? How many men are there?

  82. epidemiology

    In another study, the smoking habits of 34,445 male physicians were obtained by mailed questionnaires. Deaths among these physicians over the subsequent years were identified though contact with the office of the Registrar General. The death rates from

  83. MATH,statistics

    At a recent scotch-tasting party, 20 faculty members and their (opposite sex) spouses were guzzling it back pretty well. One person quite correctly noticed that the women seemed to be drinking more than the men. If the mean number of drinks had by the men

  84. Maths

    A committee of 6 people is to be selected randomly from a group of 11 men and 12 women. Find the number of possible committees if: a) a particular woman is included b) a particular man is not included c) there are to be 4 women and 2 men

  85. history

    what developent helped women take their first steps toward public life? a. rise of labor unions b. laws giving women pay equal with that of men c. rise of national women's groups d. men's increased interest in women's rights is it C?

  86. history

    What development helped women take their first steps toward public life? a. rise of labor unions b. laws giving women pay equal with that of men c. rise of national women's groups d. men's increased interest in women's rights C?

  87. Math (Algebra)

    The ratio of men to women in the applicants for Lamborghini this year is 4:3, while the ratio of men to women in the successful applicants is 5:3, and the ratio of men to women in the rejected pile is 1:1. If the number of successful applicants is 176,

  88. Stats

    Recall that in the week 2 assignment, a certain company hired three new managers from a pool of seven men and five women. All three hires were women, and the men complained of gender bias. Compute the theoretical probability that a fair selection process

  89. statistics

    To find out what people think, the Gallup Poll selected a random sample of 520 women and 506 men. The pollsters showed them a list of personal attributes and asked them to indicate whether each attribute was “generally more true of men or of women”.

  90. sociology

    why do women still continue to experience inequality in modern industrial societies? A large part of it is gender bias. However, many women take time out from their careers to raise families, thus giving them less seniority that men of the same age. I also

  91. Maths

    In how many ways can a comittee of 3 women and 4 men be chosen from 8 women and 7 men if two particular women refuse to serve on the committe together? Answer is 1750 but I have no clue how to get to it

  92. statistics

    20. A company must select 3 employees from a department that has a total of 5 employees to attend a workshop in quality management. The number of possible selections are (a) 15. (b) 60. (c) 10. (d) 20. 21. From a group of 5 men and 4 women, a committee is

  93. statistics

    you have requirement that men must be at least 74 in tall and women must be at least 70 in tall. the men height is 69 in +/-2.8 and women mean height is 63.6 +/-2.5. If the requirement s changed so that the tallest 4% of men and women are eligible, what

  94. statistics

    a computer teacher has 20 students 8 who are women and 12 are men. her other class has 30 people how many must be women so that both classes have the same ratio of women to men

  95. english

    the essay needs to be proof read and any suggestions or corrections will be greatly helpful! The Unbiased Killer Caner is known as unbiased killer that knows no race, age or sex of it victims. The disease lung cancer is the Number one cause of cancer

  96. health

    People who regularly engage in at least moderate intensity aerobic activity have a significantly lower risk of developing ________ than do inactive people. A. Type 2 diabetes B. Lung cancer C. Hip fractures D. Breast cancer

  97. State in transition

    which best describes social changes in south carolina since 1980? A.)Women are less likely to attend college than men. B.)Fewer women are holding jobs traditionally held by males. C.)A greater number of women have careers outside the home.

  98. socials

    describe roles of women and men in 1950's, give reasons why these men women accept these roles. women become actresses men join sports, hockey their favorite. Women also join sports like figure skating, swimming. they accept these roles because they want

  99. Math

    At the beginning of 2000 (t=0), women's wages were 68% of men's wages and by the beginning of 2013 (t=0), women's wages were 68% of men's wages. If this gap between women's and men's wages continues to narrow linearly, then what percentage of men's wages

  100. History

    What new opportunities were won by women with the passage of the 19th Amendment? A Women were elected governors by the votes of women. B Women gained equal pay in factories. C Women were able to achieve higher levels of education. D Women were considered

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