With a population of 10,000 children (50% boys and 50% girls, 70% white and 30% nonwhite, and 57% single-parent family and 43% dual-parent family), what steps would you use to select a representative sample size of 150?

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  1. Math 5th

    4/7 of a group of children are boys. If there are 18 more boys than girls, how many children are there altogether?

  2. Math

    Students surveyed boys and girls separately to determine which sport was enjoyed the most. After completing the boy survey, it was determined that for every 3 boys who enjoyed soccer, 5 boys enjoyed basketball. The girl survey had a ratio of the number of

  3. English

    Which best describes society's view of boys’ and girls’ abilities during the period in which Elizabeth Cady Stanton lived? A. The abilities of boys are equal to those of girls. B.The abilities of boys are lesser than those of girls. C. The abilities of

  4. English

    Which of the following sentences demonstrates proper subject verb agreement? A. The boy or the girls come to school late B. The boys and girl visits my house C. The boys or the girls sing in the choir D. The boys and girl in our club is in the cafe.

  5. Probability

    The Jones family has eight children, all of which are girls. What is the chance that the next child will be a boy? What is the probability that all of their nine children would have been boys? Explain how you determine your answers.

  6. Math

    The music teacher would like to have the same number of girls and of boys in the chorus. She finds that 5/8 of the chorus are girls but that if she can get 10 more boys, the chorus will have the same number of boys as of girls. (a) How many students are in

  7. help... probability

    The Smith family has 4 children that are all girls. What is the probability that the next one will be a girl? You plan on having four children and you want all boys. If you have children, what is the probability you will get four boys?

  8. Math

    If the ratio of girls to boys on the track team is 5 to 6 which of these shows possible numbers of girls to boys on the track team? A.24 girls 20 boys B.50girls 56 boys C.60 girls 50 boys D. 20 girls 24 boys D?

  9. math

    At a festival, 2/7 of the number of girls was equal to 3/5 of the number of boys. There were 165 fewer boys than girls. How many children were at the festival in all?

  10. Math

    If a family has 4 children, in how many ways could the parents have 2 boys and 2 girls as children?

  11. Math

    450 children take part in an art competition if there are 25% more boys than girls how many more boys than girls are there

  12. history

    Which of the following describes life in Sparta for children? A. Young boys got a well-rounded education. B. Young boys were taught to obey orders. C. Girls stayed in the home with their moms. D. Boys were expected to participate in government. is it b plz

  13. early childhood education

    1)according to the national center for education statistics which of th following is a false statement a)when it comes to grade and homework boys outperform girls in elementary secondary high school college and even graduate school. b)boys are more likely

  14. Math

    There are 12 boys and 10 girls in your gym class. If 6 boys joined the class, how many girls would need to join for the ratio of boys to girls to remain the same?

  15. English Expression

    A: How many boys and girls are there in the park? B: There are five boys and girls in the park. --------------------- What is the meaning of B? Does it mean that there are only 5 people including boys and girls? Or does it mean that there are 10 people; 5

  16. Math

    An all girl college began enrolling boys in 2005. By 2012 the ratio of boys to girls was 3 to 7. If there are 200 more girls than boys how many boys are there?

  17. math

    The ratio of boys to girls in a class room was 9:8. Half of the girls left the classroom, and then there were 15 more boys than girls. A. How many children were in the classroom in the beginning B. How many girls left the classroom?

  18. AED 204

    Check the Main forum to see which discussion cluster your teacher has assigned you to work with. In this cluster, you and your peers must discuss the effect of at least three of the above misconceptions on education. The one that she assigned me is Boys

  19. math

    the ratio of boys to girls is 7:8 How many boys are there in school if there are 968 girls? My answer is 581 boys is this correct??

  20. child, family and community

    5. How can adults promote gender equity? A. Giving children names that are non-gender-specific (like Chris) B. Setting up spaces in the classroom for girls only and other spaces for boys only C. Becoming aware of how language usage relates to power

  21. 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

  22. math 5th

    4/7 of the children in the hall are girls and the rest are boys. If there are 12 more girls than boys, how many children are there in the hall?

  23. math

    The ratio of boys to girls in a class room was 9:8. Half of the girls left the classroom, and then there were 15 more boys than girls. A. How many children were in the classroom in the beginning? B. How many girls left the classroom?

  24. Math

    Mrs.Smith's class has 12 girls and 8 boys. What percent of he class are girls? [#boys/girls+boys]*100 = percent I didn't read the problem very carefully. The calculation above is percent boys. Percent girls is done similarly but use # girsl instead of #

  25. Math

    At a festival, 2/7 of the number of girls was equal to 3/5 of the number of the boys. There were 165 fewer boys than girls, how many children were at the festival in all?

  26. math

    The ratio of boys to girls is 3 to 7. If there are 200 more girls than boys, how many boys are there? Use a tape diagram to solve.

  27. data management gr.12

    The Infinity Club consists of 5 boys and 6 girls. How many working groups of 5 people can be formed with: a)no restrictions (my answer is 11C5) b)all boys (is this correct 5C5) c)all girls (answer 6C5) d)more girls than boys (6C4x5C1 +6C3x5C2) e)more boys

  28. Math

    If the ratio of girls to boys on the swim team is 2:3, which of these shows the possible number of girls to boys: A. 20 girls, 35 boys B. 24 girls, 36 boys

  29. math

    pls help. There are three times as many girls than boys in a school choir. If there are 27 girls how many children are there altogether. Thank you

  30. SIXTH GRADE MATH

    The ratio of boys to girls at a day care cent is 5 to 4. Which of the following cannot be the total number of children at the center? A. 27 children B. 54 children C. 60 children D. 72 children Is the answer 60. The reason I chose 60 children is because

  31. math

    there are 45 children in a class.if there are 3 more girls than boys,how many are girls?

  32. math

    there are 45 children in a class.if there are 3 more girls than boys,how many are girls?

  33. proof read these 2 sentences

    There are so many gifted athletes on both the boys and the girls side it is unbelievable. On any given Sunday there is a log jam of competitors on multiple tours (AJGA, TJGT, FCWT, etc.) all trying to out shoot each other and go low to take the tournament!

  34. Theories and issues in working with school-age chi

    According to the National Center for Educational Statistics, which of the following is a false statement? A. Boys are more likely than girls to fail or drop out of school. B. When it comes to grades and homework, boys outperform girls in elementary,

  35. Business Research

    With a population of 10,000 children (50% boys and 50% girls, 70% white and 30% nonwhite, and 57% single-parent family and 43% dual-parent family), what steps would you use to select a representative sample size of 150?

  36. Statistics

    Survey of 115 families chosen at random, having 5 children it was observed that the distribution was as follows The 5 children are girls is 6 There is one boy and four girls is 18 There are two boys and three girls is 35 There are three boys and two girls

  37. Statistics

    assuming that boys and girls are equally probable find the number of families out of 1600 each having 5 children with 3 boys,5 girls,2or3 boys and all children of the same sex.

  38. Math

    If a small village had a population of 1500people. 25%of population were girls and 30%of population were boys .what percentage of the population were children?

  39. Maths

    It is assumed that when children are born they are equally likely to be boys or girls.What is the probability that a family of four children contains (a) three boys and one girl (b) two boys and two girls

  40. Maths

    In a village, the population is not more than 6000. If there are; 10% more boys than girls 15% more women than men 20% more children than adult Find the number of boys girls,women and men?

  41. Maths

    A moment ago, 80% of the children in a hall were girls. 48 girls and 2 boys left the hall. The remaining children were then told to form groups of 9. In each group, there were 2 boys. How many children were there in the hall first?

  42. Math

    Which table correctly fills in the ratio table below? Boys 3 6 ___ 21 Girls 2 4 6 ____ A. Boys 3 6 9 21 Girls 2 4 6 20 B. Boys 3 6 9 21 Girls 2 4 6 8 C. Boys 3 6 13 21 Girls 2 4 6 8 D. Boys 3 6 9 21 Girls 2 4 6 14 I believe the answer is B Could you please

  43. psychology

    Researchers have found that, during childhood: A) girls' gender schemas are more rigid than boys' gender schemas. B)when boys play with girls, the boys lose status. C)boys like it when girls dress and behave like boys. D)girls express stronger preferences

  44. Math

    At Carl's birthday party there were 11 boys, 9 girls, and 5 adults. What percentage of: a. the children are boys? b. the children are girls? c. all the guests are adults? d. all the guests are girls?

  45. math

    The Infinity Club consists of 5 boys and 6 girls. How many working groups of 5 people can be formed with: a)no restrictions (my answer is 11C5) b)all boys (is this correct 5C5) c)all girls (my answer 6C5) d)more girls than boys (answer 6C4x5C1 +6C3x5C2)?

  46. Statistics normal distribution

    54% of the children in a large city are boys. Using a suitable approximation, calculate the probability that a random sample of 1000 children contains more boys than girls ?

  47. Maths

    In a class of boys and girls the mean weight of 8 boys is 55kg and the mean weight of a group of girls os 48kg the mean weight of all the children is 50.8kg how many girls are there

  48. math

    In a town of 5,000 people 30% are children.If 60% of the children are boys, how many girls are there in the town.

  49. math

    there were 490 altogether in 2 groups. group A consited of only boys and group b constied of only girls. ther were 2 and a half times as many girls as boys. some girls joined group b and foe every 4 boys in group a 32 more boys jioned the group. the total

  50. Mathematics

    A small village had a population of 1500 people.25%of the population were girls and 30%of the population were boys.what percentage of the population were adults

  51. math

    the ratio of boys to girls in a club is 7:4, there are 21 fewer girls than boys , what is the total number of children in the club?

  52. Math

    What percentage of the students who chose biking were girls? Chart Walking Boys= 3 Girls=6 Biking Boys=5 Girls=3 Skateboarding Boys=2 Girls=1 A. 30% B. 37.5% C. 40% D. none of these Is the answer D? Thank you

  53. Math

    There were 45 more boys than girls, 4/5 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls passed the test. 49 children failed the test. How many girls were there ?

  54. Maths

    1)There 40 pupils in a class. There is chart so i counted the number of boys and the number of girls Boys-24 Girls- 16 what is the ratio of girls to boys in the class? Answer in simplest form My answer- 16:24 4:6 (ratio in simplest form) is this correct?

  55. Math

    Which of the following is an example of choosing a random sample from a target population of 100 students of which 40 are boys and 60 are girls? A. Choosing every other person on an alphabetical list of names. B. Choosing every 10th person from the list C.

  56. ratio

    the ratio of boys to girls at Shadetree Park is 1:3. draw a picture of the children in the park if there are 3 boys. How many boys and girls do I draw?

  57. Math

    What percentage of the boys chose walking? Chart Walking Boys= 3 Girls=6 Biking Boys=5 Girls=3 Skateboarding Boys=2 Girls=1 A. 30% B. 45% C. 25% D. None of these Is the answer A? Thank you

  58. Statistics

    In planning a family of 4 children assume boys and girls are equally likely on each birth. Find (i) the probability distribution (ii) the expected number of boys (iii) the standard deviation of the number of boys.

  59. Education

    Ms. Ng has a class that is half boys and half girls. Given findings on gender differences in verbal and spatial ability, which of the following is she most likely to find? A) few if any noticeable differences in the achievement of boys and girls B) the

  60. Math

    What percentage of the total students chose skateboarding? Chart Walking Boys= 3 Girls=6 Biking Boys=5 Girls=3 Skateboarding Boys=2 Girls=1 A. 10% B. 20% C. 30% D. None of these Is the answer D? Thank you

  61. Math

    There are 340 children at a park. 2/5 of the boys is equal to 4/7 of the girls. how many girls and how many boys are there at the park?

  62. maths

    In a class of 32 children, 2/4 are boys. How many are girls and what fraction are girls

  63. math

    the ratio of boys to girls is 4:5. i there are 72 children on the playground how many were boys

  64. Math

    For every girl taking classes at the martial arts school, there are 3 boys who are taking classes at the school. If there are 236 students taking classes, write and solve a porportion to predict the number of boys taking the classes at the school. So

  65. ratio

    at a playground, the ratio of boys to girls was 5:6. if 2 over 5 of the boys and 1 over 2 of the girls left, there were 54 children in the playground. how many boys were at the playground at first?

  66. Math

    In Mrs. Julie's classroom the ratio of boys to girls is 12 to 8. If the entire elementary school has a population of 400 students, how many would you expect to be girls?

  67. maths

    Hi Can anyone help please: Suppose that the births of boys and girls can be modelled by rollling a fair die with 27 faces, 14 of which represent a boy and 13 represent a girl. 1. Using this model, choose the option that is closest to the probability that a

  68. maths

    Hi Can anyone help please: Suppose that the births of boys and girls can be modelled by rollling a fair die with 27 faces, 14 of which represent a boy and 13 represent a girl. 1. Using this model, choose the option that is closest to the probability that a

  69. maths

    When 6 boys were admitted and 6 girls left the %of boys increased from 60% to 75% . Find the original no. Of boys and girls in the clasa

  70. maths

    There ere 258 pupils in the hall.If 1/3 of the boys left the hall and 22 girls entered the hall, there would be an equal number of boys and girls in the hall. 1) How many boys were in the hall at first? 2)Ho many more boys than girls were in the hall at

  71. Diversity in the Classroom

    I need to explain why these misconceptions are not true. Could you please help me with this? 1. Boys who participate in the arts are more likely to be homosexual. 2. Girls are more interested in domestic arts than boys. in auto shop and wood shop than

  72. math

    The ratio of boys to girls in a class is 7:4. If there are 9 more boys than girls how many children are in the class?

  73. math

    there are 18 girls and 40 boys in the liblary.if 5/9 of the girls and 3/8 of the boys are reading.how many children are reading.?

  74. Maths

    in a class the ratio of boys to girls is 3:2, if there are 11 more boys than girls, how many children are in the class

  75. statistic

    Three Children – A couple are planning to have 3 children. What is the sample space for three children? (What are all the possible outcomes for three children? Assume that boys and girls are equally likely, so that the sample events are equally likely.

  76. statistics

    3. A couple is planning on having four children. Assume that the probabilities of the man fathering a boy or a girl are .50 and .50, respectively. What is the probability that a. exactly two will be boys, b. fewer than two will be boys, and c. more than

  77. math

    there is a graph, and the title is Students who dress up for spirit week.60 grade 7 boys did,70 grade 7 girls did,70 grade 8 boys did, and 80 gr 8 girls did. the question is what this graph is showing. I put the graph is showing how many gr 7 boys dressed

  78. math

    Michelle had 12 girls and 36 boys show up for field day. She wanted to divide them into groups so that each group had the same number of girls and boys. What is the greatest number of groups that Michelle can make if all of the children are in a group? a.3

  79. Math

    Nicole drew a circle on the chalkboard that had a radius of 15 cm. Which is closest to the circumference in centimeters of the circle she drew on the board? A.30cm B.45cm C.24cm D.90cm D Which statement is not supported by the information in the graph? 6th

  80. Math

    If there are 5 boys and 7girls, in how many ways can 5 boys and 5girls sit in a round table? Is the ans : 5!*4!*7c5? Reason: since there are 5 boys so (5-1)! And left 5 seats for girls so 7c5 and within the girls theres 5 diffrent ones so another 5!

  81. Math

    Problem: Ms. Ashol has 20 boys and 16 girls in her mathematics class. If she chooses two students at random to work on the blackboard, what is the probability that both students chosen are girls? What I did : I added the boys and girls 36 (16c2)/(36c16)

  82. problem solving

    A play is being put on at the school. There are 9 possible roles for girls who are trying out and 10 roles for boys who are trying out. If 16 girls and 12 boys try out, and everyone acts perfectly the same as one another, what percent of chance do the

  83. statistics

    Please analyze the following data using the T-test for Unpaired data: A school district wants to determine if the girls are equal to boys in test scores. They took a random sample of 22 8th grade girls and 24 8th grade boys. The district looked at recent

  84. Statitic

    Assuming that boys and girls are equally probable find the number of families out of 1600 families each having 5 children, with 3 boys

  85. Statitu

    Assuming that boys and girls are equally probable find the number of families out of 1600 families each having 5 children, with 3 boys

  86. maths

    1. A die labelled A has one face marked 1, one face marked 2 and the other four faces marked 3. A die labelled B has four faces marked 2 and two faces marked 3. The dice A and B are thrown. Calculate the probability is 5. I got 18/36 2. There are 12 boys

  87. math

    A man decided to give 12 pieces of candy to each of the girls in his town and 8 pieces of candy to each of the boys. Of the 612 children in his town, only half the girls and three quarters of the boys were allowed to take the candy. How many pieces of

  88. Math

    A class has 5 girls 7 boys in seventh grade. 2 girls and 2 boys in eight. Randomly selects a seventh and eight grader. What is probability that the students picked are girls

  89. Math

    can you please help me work on this problem? I have a few and I want to know how to figure it out: The ratio of boys to girls in a class is 5 to 6. How many boys at in the class if there is a total of 121 students. I guessed 55 boys and 66 girls?

  90. Algebra

    There are 15 children, which 8 of them are girls, listed at an adoption agency. How many different ways can I adopt 3 boys and 2 girls from this agency?

  91. math-Probability

    In a classroom of children (10 boys and 8 girls), six students are chosen to go to the blackboard. What is the probability that no boys are chosen?

  92. Geography

    The Ratio of boys to girls was 3 to 7. If there were 40 more girls boys in 2016 how many boys were enrolled that year?

  93. DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOM

    Create a 12- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation addressing the following points: o Explain ways to debunk three of the five gender misconceptions listed above based on the results of the peer discussion and your own University Library

  94. aed204

    • Create a 12- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation addressing the following points: o Explain ways to debunk three of the five gender misconceptions listed above based on the results of the peer discussion and your own University Library

  95. Mathematics

    the ratio of the number of adults to children at a conce6is 5:6. the ratio of number of boys to number of girls is 2:5. therenare 36 more girls than boys at the concert. how many bpy are at the concert

  96. A class has the same number of girls and boys only

    Aclass has the same number of girls and boys only eight boys were absent on aparticular day and the number of girls was doublethe number of boys what is the number of boysand girls ?

  97. math

    There are 27 students in Mrs. Reeds class. The number of boys and number of girls are both composite numbers. There are 3 more girls than boys. How many girls and how many boys are in the class?

  98. math

    300 hundred kids attend a dance. The ratio of boys to girls is 6 to 4. If 30 boys and 20 girls leave, what is the new ratio of boys to girls still at the dance

  99. Child Psychology

    You're watching 18 month olds at play. What you're most likely to observe is A. boys and girls interacting in complex roles. B. children imitating each other without actually interacting. C. children largely ''doing their own thing'' in their own way. D.

  100. Child Psychology

    You're watching 18 month olds at play. What you're most likely to observe is A. boys and girls interacting in complex roles. B. children imitating each other without actually interacting. C. children largely ''doing their own thing'' in their own way. D.

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