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  1. Statistics

    please help having difficulty with this problem. It was noted that 40% of the people in Dallas read the morning newspaper. A random sample of 18 people is selected from the city. On average, how many people would you expect to read the morning newspaper in

    asked by Stacy on December 13, 2012
  2. Math please help

    7. The doctor’s assistant claims that at least 350 of the 500 patients have seen the doctor in the past year. A random survey of 45 patients shows that 18 have seen the doctor in the past year. Is the assistant’s claim likely to be valid? Explain.

    asked by Josiah on March 4, 2013
  3. statistics

    A statistician is testing the null hypothesis that exactly half of all engineers will still be in the profession 10 years after receiving their bachelor's. She took a random sample of 200 graduates from the class of 1979 and determined their occupations in

    asked by Anonymous on December 1, 2011
  4. statistics

    An ordinary (fair) die is a cube with the numbers 1 through 6 on the sides (represented by painted spots). Imagine that such a die is rolled twice in succession and that the face values of the two rolls are added together. This sum is recorded as the

    asked by LJ on October 4, 2017
  5. MATH

    A random sample of size 81 has sample mean 20 and sample standard deviation 3. (a) Is it appropriate to use a Student’s t distribution to compute a confidence interval for the population mean μ? Explain. (b) Find a 95% confidence interval for μ. (c)

    asked by Anonymous on April 4, 2019
  6. math

    There are 25 red, blue, yellow and green marbles in a bag. Four of the marbles are blue and the probability of selecting a blue or green marble at random is 40%. Write and solve an equation to determine the number of green marbles in the bag

    asked by maymay on March 28, 2011
  7. statistics

    A study of the amount of time it takes a mechanic to rebuild the transmission for a 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier shows that the mean is 8.4 hours and the standard deviation is 1.77 hours. Assume that a random sample of 40 mechanics is selected and the mean

    asked by phia on April 16, 2015
  8. Math ---HELP!!!!!

    A study of the amount of time it takes a mechanic to rebuild the transmission for a 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier shows that the mean is 8.4 hours and the standard deviation is 1.77 hours. Assume that a random sample of 40 mechanics is selected and the mean

    asked by angela on May 5, 2016
  9. Math

    A study of the amount of time it takes a mechanic to rebuild the transmission for a 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier shows that the mean is 8.4 hours and the standard deviation is 1.77 hours. Assume that a random sample of 40 mechanics is selected and the mean

    asked by angela on May 4, 2016
  10. Math - Stats

    An experiment was conducted where rats could choose to enter one of two corridors, A or B. A random sample of three rats is selected. Let x = number of rats that select corridor B. Assuming the rats select their favorite corridor independently of one

    asked by Ryan on September 26, 2011
  11. Math (Probability)

    When Lino submitted an essay for his English class, it was 9 pages long. Lino's essay had errors on pages 2 and 7. If the teacher chose 3 pages uniformly at random to read, then the probability that she didn't read any of the pages with errors can be

    asked by Dan on May 15, 2013
  12. Statistics

    Computer Depot is a large store that sells and repairs computers. A random sample of 110 computer repair jobs took technicians an average of 93.2 minutes per computer. Assume that o is known to be 16.9 minutes. Find a 99% confidence interval for the

    asked by Jasmine on March 25, 2012
  13. urgent help statistic

    A random sample of 20 people who resided within the u.s resulted in average viewing time of 4.76 hrs per day with a sample standard deviation of 2.297 hrs. obtain and interpret a 95% confidence interval, for the mean viewing time of all americans

    asked by Anonymous on December 15, 2014
  14. math

    a factory produces 150,000 lightbulbs per day. the manager of the factory estimates that fewer than 1,000 defictive bulbs are produced each day . in a random sample of 250 lightbulbs , there are 2 defictive bulbs . determine whether the managers estimate

    asked by darlene on February 14, 2012
  15. Math/Prob

    Claire takes a five-question true-false test. She hasn't studied, so she guesses at random. With her ESP she figures she has a 60% probability of getting any one answer wrong. A. What is the probability of getting an answer wrong? (Do you think they want

    asked by Ben on May 23, 2012
  16. Math

    In a recent year there were the following numbers (in thousands) of licensed drivers in the United States. MALE: Age 19 and under - 4746 Age 20 - 1625 Age 21 - 1679 FEMALE: Age 19 and under - 4517 Age 20 - 1553 Age 21 - 1627 Choose one driver at random.

    asked by Alex on April 10, 2013
  17. statistics

    The actual amount of potato chips that a filling machine puts into an “8-ounce” bag varies from bag to bag. If we consider the amount put into each bag as a random variable having a normal distribution with σ = 0.05 ounce, find the mean such that only

    asked by Anonymous on March 22, 2012
  18. Mathematics

    Among 500 freshmen pursuing a business degree at a university, 313 are enrolled in an economics course, 205 are enrolled in a mathematics course, and 153 are enrolled in both an economics and a mathematics course. What is the probability that a freshman

    asked by Anonymous on February 20, 2011
  19. stastics

    Approimately 10.3% of American high school students drop out of school before gradution. Choose 10 students entering high school at random. Find the probability that (Assume binomial distribution): a. Exactly two drop out b. At least 7 graduate c. All ten

    asked by keshia on April 26, 2012
  20. stats

    1)Suppose that the weight of tomato juice in mechanically filled cans follows a normal distribution with a mean of 464 grams and a standard deviation of 8 grams. a)A random sample of size n = 18 cans is taken. Will the sampling distribution of the sample

    asked by Liz on June 28, 2015
  21. Statistics

    Heights of males are norm. dist. w/ u=180cm and o^2=16cm^2 while female heights have u=170cm and o^2=25cm^2. a)random male and female selected. What is the probability that the male is >5 cm taller? What is the distribution avg of the 2 heights? b)what is

    asked by CS on February 12, 2011
  22. statistics

    A survey found 70% of adults over 50 wear glasses. In a random sample of 10 adults over 50, what is the probability that exactly six wear glasses and at least six wear glasses

    asked by Phyllis on June 17, 2010
  23. statistics

    the manufacturer of a popular brand of tv set claims that 95 percent of its sets last at least 5 years without requiring a single repair. a sample of 8 purchasers of these tv sets was selected at random from a list of purchasers five years earlier. use

    asked by afiba on March 24, 2013
  24. statistic

    a restaurant that bills its house account monthly is concerned that the average monthly bill exceeds $200 per account. A random sample of twelve account is selected, resulting in a sample mean of $220 and a standard deviation of $12. Use a= 0.05. what is

    asked by HN on December 11, 2012
  25. statistics

    From past experience it is felt that the random variable, X, the age of a mother at the birth of her first child, is normally distributed with a mean of 21.3 and a variance of 16. Find the probability that a randomly selected mother: (a) has her first

    asked by Tian on January 26, 2011
  26. statistics

    Consider the data that was obtained from a random sample of 45 credit card accounts. Identify all the averages (mean, median, or mode) that can be used to summarize the outstanding balance on each account. a. mean, median, and mode if it exists b. only

    asked by karen on August 20, 2010
  27. STATS

    1-Suppose that the fuel comsumption of cars for the same model is normally distributed. A random sample of ten new cars of the same model are randomly selected and their fuel consumption (l/100 km) is determined by subjecting them to a road test of 500 km.

    asked by Judy and group on April 1, 2010
  28. calculus

    factory worker wages, according to data released by city chamber of commerce, the weekly wages of factory workers are normally distributed according to the probability density function f(x)= (1/50√2π)e^((-1/2)((x-500)/50)^2) find the probability that a

    asked by soffy on June 4, 2012
  29. Mathematics for Liberal Arts

    Each round of the game costs $1 to play. A round consists of you choosing a number from 1 to 10 and then picking a card at random from a standard deck of cards. I fyou pick a card with the number you chose, you win $5. If you don't, you lose your dollar.

    asked by Sasha on October 24, 2010
  30. Statistics

    An economist found that a random sample of 42 high school teachers had an average annual salary of $56,490. A previous study showed that the population standard deviation is $4150. Find the 99% confidence interval for µ, the average annual salary of all

    asked by Alison on December 17, 2012
  31. Algebra 1

    Mrs. Crenshaw has confiscated 4 cell phones from 4 different students because they used them during class. To get the cell phones back, they have to answer the following question: What is the probability that no student receives his or her own phone if

    asked by Jackie on March 8, 2014
  32. Statistics

    2. The arrivals of customers at a drive-in banking window are governed by the Poisson distribution. Each customer requires 5 minutes to transact his or her business at the drive-in window. The average customer arrival rate is 10 per hour. A customer

    asked by Jus on March 4, 2010
  33. maths

    Driving to work alone. It is reported that 77% of workers aged 16 and over drive to work alone. Choose 8 workers at random. Find the probability that a) All drive to work alone b) More than one-half drive to work alone c) Exactly 3 drive to work alon

    asked by saima on January 12, 2015
  34. random variable

    A communication channel accepts the input X ?{0,1, 2,3} and outputs Y=X+Z whereZ is a binary random variable taking values -1 and +1 with equal probability. AssumeX and Z are independent and all values of the input X have equal probability.a) Find the

    asked by Shanu on January 25, 2015
  35. statistics

    According to the Current Population Survey of the Census Bureau, 67% of children live with both parents, 23% live with their mother only, and 5% live with their father only. The rest live with neither parent. If we choose a child at random, what is the

    asked by Anonymous on October 16, 2013
  36. Math geometry

    Please help , I only need the second part of the question Betty picks 4 random marbles from a bag containing 3 white , 4 yellow and 5 blue marbles The probability that exactly 1 of the 4 marbles drawn is blue is (0.3535) . The probability that at least 1

    asked by Katy on May 2, 2017
  37. statistics

    According to the Current Population Survey of the Census Bureau, 67% of children live with both parents, 23% live with their mother only, and 5% live with their father only. The rest live with neither parent. If we choose a child at random, what is the

    asked by Anonymous on October 18, 2013
  38. combinatorical mathematics

    At Brilli's zoo, she is trying to train a monkey to learn how to count. The monkey is given a stack of cards, numbered 1 to 30, in some random order. The cards are laid out from left to right. Each time the monkey moves the card numbered i+1 to the

    asked by Mark on December 9, 2013
  39. Math

    9 fair coins are independently tossed in a row. Let X be the random variable denoting the number of instances in which a Head is immediately followed by a Tail during these 9 tosses. The variance of X has the form ab, where a and b are coprime integers.

    asked by Ichigo on April 20, 2013
  40. Algebra

    Each person that works at a company is given a 5-digit code followed by a letter,either uppercase or lowercase.These employees must enter their codes on a keypad to enter and exit the office building The company has 130 employees. a) How many codes are

    asked by Gianina HELP HELP on December 18, 2012
  41. math

    The completion of each license plate is tested to see if the values random. Create an n-ary relation – in table form – that depicts possible results of ten license plate outputs. Include the following results: • • Number •

    asked by Anonymous on December 15, 2011
  42. math

    Q:The table below shows a distribution and the observed frequencies of the values of a variable from a simple random sample of a population. Perform a chi-square goodness-of-fit test, at the specified significance level, to decide whether the distribution

    asked by destiny on December 4, 2011
  43. algebra

    . Mrs. Crenshaw has confiscated 4 cell phones from 4 different students because they used them during class. To get the cell phones back, they have to answer the fol- lowing question: What is the probability that no student receives his or her own phone if

    asked by marissa on March 10, 2014
  44. Math

    9 fair coins are independently tossed in a row. Let X be the random variable denoting the number of instances in which a Head is immediately followed by a Tail during these 9 tosses. The variance of X has the form a/b, where a and b are coprime integers.

    asked by Zeneth on April 20, 2013
  45. Probability & Statistics

    You want to rent an unfurnished one-bedroom apartment in Boston next year. The mean monthly rent for a random sample of 14 apartments advertised in the local newspaper is $1200. Assume that the standard deviation is $230. Find a 95% confidence interval for

    asked by James on July 9, 2012
  46. statistics

    Consider a 95% confidence interval for a population mean constructed from a random sample of 250 observations taken from a Normal population. Sigma is known to be 14. If we were to construct another 95% confidence interval, this time using 1,000

    asked by AMY on February 20, 2011
  47. statistics

    Consider a 95% confidence interval for a population mean constructed from a random sample of 250 observations taken from a Normal population. Sigma is known to be 14. If we were to construct another 95% confidence interval, this time using 1,000

    asked by AMY on February 20, 2011
  48. Finite Math

    A factory produces fuses, which are packaged in boxes of 26. Eight fuses are selected at random from each box for inspection. The box is rejected if at least one of these eight fuses is defective. What is the probability that a box containing twelve

    asked by Amanda on March 15, 2012
  49. math

    You order sixteen burritos to go from a Mexican restaurant: seven with hot peppers and nine without. However, the restaurant forgot to label them. If you pick four burritos at random, find the probability that at least two of the burritos you pick have hot

    asked by 0zz on April 14, 2015
  50. Algebra

    Need help, I think it is 2/25. Do you have an equation that I can figure it? You choose a marble at random from a bag containing eight brown marbles, six yellow marbles, and one purple marble. You replace the marble and then choose again. Find P(both

    asked by Sandra on May 21, 2014
  51. Math

    Please help! I am confused about this question and can not seem to get the answer. Thanks! 1) You choose a marble at random from a bag containing eight brown marbles, seven yellow marbles, and one purple marble. You replace the marble and then choose

    asked by Tia on May 14, 2015
  52. math

    a bag contains 33 green marbles and 25 blue marbles. you select a marble at random from the bag. find the theoretical probability of selecting a blue marble. thanks Pr(blue)= number blue/total marbles

    asked by dillon on April 13, 2007
  53. Math - Statistics

    The increase or decrease in the price of a stock between the beginning and the end of a trading day is assumed to be an equally likely random event. What is the probability that a stock will show a decrease in its closing price on eleven consecutive days?

    asked by Derrin on June 19, 2015
  54. Math

    I'm really struggling with how to set this up: A company has 18 members on its management team,10 men and 8 women. There is a conference in Hawaii, and the company decided to send 5 people. If the selection of five people is random, find the following

    asked by Samantha on November 4, 2010
  55. Biology

    In order to predict the percentage of males and females three assumptions must be considered: 1. The X carrying sperm and Y carrying sperm have an equal chance of fetilization: 2. The egg and sperm combine at random: 3. the XX and XY zygotes have equal

    asked by Christina on November 24, 2011
  56. statitstics

    A warehouse employs 22 workers on first shift and 14 workers on second shift. Eight workers are chosen at random to be interviewed about the work environment. Find the Probability of choosing: A. All first-shift workers B. All second-shift workers C. Six

    asked by latarsha on February 5, 2013
  57. statistics

    Do you want to own your own candy store? Wow! With some interest in running your own business and a decent credit rating, you can probably get a bank loan on startup costs for franchises such as Candy Express, The Fudge Company, Karmel Corn, and Rocky

    asked by Anonymous on December 2, 2012
  58. Statistics

    It is claimed that 70% of the cars on the Valley Highway are going faster than 65 miles per hour. A random sample of 12 cars was observed under normal driving conditions with no police car in sight. (A) What is the probability that all of them were going

    asked by Samantha on May 4, 2016
  59. Basic Statistics

    A population of 200 voters contains 52 Republicans, 128 Democrats, and 20 independents and members of other parties. A simple random sample of 20 voters will be drawn from this population. The expected number of Republicans in the sample is ______ ? The

    asked by mike on July 25, 2011
  60. Statistics

    Coin box Question: Assume that there are 25 pennies, 10 nickels, 10 dimes, and 5 quarters in a box. after shuffeling the box, you pick a coin at random and note down its face value. let x represent the face value of the coin in cents. then construct the

    asked by BRITT on November 2, 2009
  61. Statistics- Standard Error

    A population of 200 voters contains 52 Republicans, 128 Democrats, and 20 independents and members of other parties. A simple random sample of 20 voters will be drawn from this population. The expected number of Republicans in the sample is ______ ? The

    asked by Sarah on July 26, 2011
  62. MATH

    Coin box Question: Assume that there are 25 pennies, 10 nickels, 10 dimes, and 5 quarters in a box. after shuffeling the box, you pick a coin at random and note down its face value. let x represent the face value of the coin in cents. then construct the

    asked by BRITT on November 2, 2009
  63. STATISTICS

    Suppose that, for students who are enrolled in college algebra, 78 percent are freshmen, 40 percent are female, and 28 percent are female and are freshmen. Your answers below should be entered as decimals and rounded to three decimal places. (a) One

    asked by Anonymous on March 19, 2012
  64. Stat

    Coin box Question: Assume that there are 25 pennies, 10 nickels, 10 dimes, and 5 quarters in a box. after shuffeling the box, you pick a coin at random and note down its face value. let x represent the face value of the coin in cents. then construct the

    asked by BRITT on November 2, 2009
  65. Statistics

    Suppose the mean income of 35-year-olds in the US is $25,000. A random sample of 150 35-year-olds in California results in a sample mean income of $26,600 and a sample standard deviation of $3800. At the 5% significance level, ca we conclude that the true

    asked by jason on May 23, 2014
  66. Algebra

    1. Nine students ask to visit a college admissions counselor. Each scheduled visit includes one student. In how many ways can they be scheduled? **They can be arranged in 45,360 different ways.** 2. Evaluate 8P2 Using the permutation formula, **The answer

    asked by |-/ on April 25, 2018
  67. Statistics

    A random sample of 16 mid-sized cars tested for fuel consumption gave a mean of 26.4 kilometers per liter with a standard deviation of 2.3 kilometers per liter. i) Assuming that the kilometers per liter given by all mid-sized cars have a normal

    asked by Nesa on May 11, 2012
  68. statistics

    A simple random sample of size n = 300 is obtained from a population whose size is and whose population size is n=20,000 ans whose proportion with a specified characteristic is p=0.8. Describe the sampling distribution of P^. A) Approximately normal; ìp =

    asked by jackie on March 1, 2011
  69. probability

    Consider a Bernoulli process with parameter p=1/3. Let T1 be the time of the first success and let T1+T2 be the time of the second success. We are told that the results of the two slots that follow the first success are failures, so that XT1+1=XT1+2=0.

    asked by David on November 28, 2018
  70. probability

    Consider a Bernoulli process with parameter p=1/3. Let T1 be the time of the first success and let T1+T2 be the time of the second success. We are told that the results of the two slots that follow the first success are failures, so that XT1+1=XT1+2=0.

    asked by Alison on November 26, 2018
  71. math

    can you please try to help me understand this? Q:The table below shows a distribution and the observed frequencies of the values of a variable from a simple random sample of a population. Perform a chi-square goodness-of-fit test, at the specified

    asked by destiny on December 4, 2011
  72. Statistics

    An economist found that a random sample of 42 high school teachers had an average annual salary of $56,490. A previous study showed that the population standard deviation is $4150. Calculate the margin of error, E, for a 99% confidence interval for µ, the

    asked by Patrick on March 1, 2014
  73. statistics

    suppose that 70% of all college students love math. in a random sample of 8 college students, let x be the number of students who love math.find p(x=6)

    asked by harry big on November 18, 2014
  74. statistics

    Data shows that 93% of the people in a certain population are right-handed. A group of 9 people from this population are selected at random. What is the probability that exactly 7 of the people in the group are right-handed? 2

    asked by mark on March 21, 2011
  75. maths

    a box contains 20 fuses ,out of which ,5 are defective.if a sample of 3 fuses is chosen from the box at random without replacement,find the probability that x fuses in this sample will be defective

    asked by ashely on February 11, 2012
  76. Math

    A bag contains 3 red marbles, 5 yellow marbles, and 4 blue marbles. One marble is chosen at random. What is the probability that the chosen marble will be blue? A) 1/12 B) 1/4 C) 1/3 D) 3/4 I think it is B. 1/4

    asked by Rochelle on June 13, 2016
  77. math

    One light bulb is selected at random from a lot of 150 light bulbs, of which 6% are defective. What is the probability that the light bulb selected is defective?

    asked by Vanny on February 20, 2011
  78. Math

    A basket of 50 golf balls contains 22 yellow balls. If 8 balls are selected at random from the basket, determine the probability that none of those selected is a yellow ball.

    asked by Jeri on March 3, 2016
  79. math

    an urn contains 6 purple marbles and 4 pink marbles. a marble is drawn at random and not replaced. then a second marble is drawn. what is the probability that both marbles are purple?

    asked by juju on February 14, 2013
  80. Statistics

    if 25% of all students asked say they spend too much time on homework, and 12 students are selected at random, what is the expected number of students who say they spend too much time on homework?

    asked by Mo on May 30, 2011
  81. Statistics

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

    asked by Katie on December 8, 2017
  82. Math

    A jar contains 5 blue marble, 8 red marbles, 4 white marbles,and purple marbles. Suppose you pick a marble at random without looking. Find the probability of each event. Choosing a blue marble, putting it back, then choosing a purple? (Simplest form)

    asked by Alice on April 27, 2017
  83. Maths

    X, is assumed to be a random variable by placing letters of the word “YACHT” in a hat. If these letters are withdrawn then it gets replaced. A value of 1 is given when a vowel is retrieved, and a value of 2 is given when a consonant is retrieved while

    asked by Anonymous on September 12, 2017
  84. Math probability

    Assume that 60% of community college students are female. 1) if we pick 100 students at random justify why we can or cannot model this using a normal model. 2) find the probability that between 50 and 70 of the 100 students selected are female. 3) fidn Q1

    asked by Katy on April 8, 2013
  85. Math

    A random survey of 500 households determines that 20% of the households would do so and that each participating household expects to recycle about 100 cans monthly with a standard deviation of 30 cans. Question (a) What is the 95% confidence interval

    asked by Jamie on April 21, 2010
  86. statistics

    Let x and y be the amounts of time (in minutes) that a particular commuter must wait for a train on two independently selected days. Define a new random variable w by w = x + y, the sum of the two waiting times. The set of possible values for w is the

    asked by Jade on June 10, 2013
  87. statistics

    The director of an inner-city hospital believes that the average cost per gunshot injury of patients admitted to the hospital’s emergency room is $18,000. A random sample of 9 gunshot injuries had a mean of $17,213 with a standard deviation of $572.

    asked by Anonymous on August 2, 2011
  88. Help with Psychology Homework

    Your professor asks you to take a personality test. After taking the test, you read your description of your personality type, and are disappointed that the results do not seem to capture your personality at all. In fact, you think the test probably

    asked by Chris on March 24, 2015
  89. Math 117

    The random variable x is the number of houses sold by a realtor in a single month at the Sendsom's Real Estate office. Its probability distribution is as follows. Find the expected number of houses sold in a month. Houses Sold (x) Probability P(x) 0 0.24 1

    asked by Garcia on August 7, 2009
  90. stat

    the number of mosquitoes that brown bats can eat in an hour has a mean of 600 and a standard deviation of 200. a study observed a random sample of 80 little brown bats. hat is the minimum no. of mosquitoes that the upper 25% of little brown bats eat in an

    asked by Jeanie on January 17, 2012
  91. Statistics

    Suppose x has a mound-shaped distribution with sigma = 9 . A random sample of size 36 has sample mean 20. Is it appropriate to use a normal distribution to compute a confidence interval for the population mean m? Explain. Find a 95% confidence interval for

    asked by Steph on April 27, 2013
  92. statistics

    A population of 200 voters contains 52 Republicans, 128 Democrats, and 20 independents and members of other parties. A simple random sample of 20 voters will be drawn from this population. The expected number of Republicans in the sample is? and The

    asked by Charlie on July 26, 2011
  93. Probability and Statistics

    In a toy manufacturing company three machines A,B and C are employed to manufactures toys. Machines A, B and C manufacture 20%, 30% and 50% of the total toys respectively. A quality control officer examined the machines and found that A,B and C produce 2%,

    asked by Question on October 29, 2015
  94. statistics/probability

    in testing a new drug. researchers found that 20% of all patients using it will have a mild side effect. a random sample of 14 patients using the drug is selected. find the probability that: a) exactly three will have mild side effects. b) at least four

    asked by mary- please check calculations. on October 23, 2010
  95. statistics

    Suppose you wanted to test your ESP using an ordinary deck of 52 cards, which has 26 black and 26 red cards. You have a friend shuffle the deck and draw cards at random, replacing the card and reshuffling after each guess. You attempt to guess the color of

    asked by Sydney on October 20, 2012
  96. math

    mr. brunetti writes quadratic equations on a piece of paper and puts them in a hat and then tells his students each to choose two at random.After each student picks,his or her 2 papers go back into the hat. There are 5 papers in total,out of which 4 are

    asked by Anonymous on February 29, 2016
  97. statistics

    A pollster conducts a survey of a random sample of voters in a community to estimate the proportion who support a measure on public health insurance. Let P be the proportion of the population who support the measure. The pollster takes the sample of 200

    asked by Jabaar on April 29, 2010
  98. statistics

    A random sample of 250 men yielded 175 who said they'd ridden a motorcycle at some time in their lives, while a similar sample of 215 women yielded only 43 that had done so. Find a 99% confidence interval for the difference between the proportions of men

    asked by John on November 4, 2012
  99. Statistics

    A random sample of 250 men yielded 175 who said they'd ridden a motorcycle at some time in their lives, while a similar sample of 215 women yielded only 43 that had done so. Find a 99% confidence interval for the difference between the proportions of men

    asked by John on November 5, 2012
  100. Math

    Managers of a local shopping mall selected a random sample of shoppers and recorded the gender of each. Here are their results. Gender Number of People Male 69 Female 106 Based on this sample, how many of the next 2000 shoppers would we predict to be

    asked by Melanie on August 20, 2017

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