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  1. statistics

    Hannah selected a simple random sample of all adults in her town and based on this sample, consrtucted a confidence interval for the mean salary of all adults in the town. however, the distribution of salaries in the town is not exactly normal. will the
  2. statistics

    the company is concerned that a simple random sample of 2000 owners would include fewer than 12 owners of model d or fewer than 12 owners of model e. briefly describe a sampling method for randomly selecting 2000 owners that will ensure at least 12 owners
  3. statistics

    A study is to be conducted to determine whether the mean cost of repairing a car is more than $500. A random sample of 100 repairs is selected and the following decision rule is constructed: conclude the null hypothesis if the sample mean is less than or
  4. MLG

    In a certain college , 4% of men students and 1% of women students are taller than 1.8m . Further more , 60% of the students are women . If a student is selected at random and is found taller than 1.8m , What is the probability that the student is a women?
  5. Probability

    Alice has two coins. The probability of Heads for the first coin is 1/3, and the probability of Heads for the second is 2/3. Other than this difference, the coins are indistinguishable. Alice chooses one of the coins at random and sends it to Bob. The
  6. Chemistry

    A solution contains 0.010 M BaCl2. Calculate the molarity of the ions in solution, the ionic strength of the solution, the activity coefficient of the barium ion and its activity. Repeat for the chloride ion. So I know the molarities for the ions in this
  7. STATS

    The top selling Red and Voss tire is rated 70,000 miles means nothing. In fact, the distance the tires can run until they wear out is a normally distributed random variable with a mean of 82,000 miles and a standard deviation of 6,400. a. What is the
  8. Math

    Malia puts together six 4-by-4-by-1 inch square layers with 1-inch cubes, then stacks them up to form a rectangular prism. This prism rests on a wooden table, on its square base. All the 1-inch cubes Malia used are white except one, which is red. As a
  9. Statistics / Math

    If a student is chosen at random, find the probability of getting someone who is a man or a non-smoker. Round your answer to three decimal places. ********non***regular heavy total man*****135*****64******5*****204 women***187****21*******9*****217
  10. Finite Math

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Four cards are drawn without replacement from a well shuffled standard deck of cards. Let X be the number of aces drawn. 12. What are the possible values of the random variable X? Write them in increasing order as a set using roster (or list) notation.
  11. homework statistics

    Consider a random sample with sample mean x. If the sample size increased from n = 40 to n = 360, then the standard deviation of x will: a. remain the same b. increase by a factor of 9 (will be multiplied by 9) c. decrease by a factor of 9 (will be
  12. Math Probability

    a bag of hershey miniatures candies contain 18 milk chocolates, 9 Mr.good bars, 9 krackel bars and 8 hershey dark chocolate. if a candy is chosen at random, find the probability that it is A) A krackel or a Dark chocolate B)Not a milk Chocolate bar?
  13. Algebra 2

    To estimate the size of a bear population on the Keweenaw Peninsula, conervationist captured, tagged, and released 50 bears. One year later, a random sample of 100 bears included only 2 tagged bears. What is the conservationist estimate of the size of the
  14. statistics

    Among the 500 first year students of college, 270 students study computer science, 345 students study mathematics, and 175 students study both computer science and mathematics. If one student is selected at random, find the probability that he did not take
  15. Algebra (proportions)

    To estimate the size of the bear population on the Keweenaw peninsula conservationists captured tagged and released 50 bears. One year later a random sample of 100 bears included only 2 tagged bears. What is the conservationist estimate of the size of the
  16. statistic

    You draw a random sample of 300 employee records from the personnel file and find that the average years of service per employee is 6.3, with a standard deviation of 3.0 years. a. What percentage of the workers would you expect to have more than 9.3 years
  17. college math

    A box of chocolates contains 20 identically shaped chocolates. Five of them are filled with jelly, three are filled with caramel, and twelve are filled with nuts. What is the probability that one chocolate chosen at random is filled with jelly, caramel, or
  18. math

    a box contains seven red marbles, five green marbles & eight blue marble. a marble is drawn at random & is replaced. a second marble is then drawn from ther jar. find the probabilty that the first marble is red & second is green
  19. Algebra 1

    I do not understand how to figure out probability. Lee has an urn with 8 white marbles and 10 black marbles. A marble is drawn at random and not replaced. Then a second marble is drawn randomly. What is the probability that the first is white and the
  20. Algebra 1

    I do not understand how to figure out probability. Lee has an urn with 8 white marbles and 10 black marbles. A marble is drawn at random and not replaced. Then a second marble is drawn randomly. What is the probability that the first is white and the
  21. Statistics

    Years to Earn Bachelor’s Degree: Listed below are the lengths of time ( in years) it took for a random sample of college students to earn bachelor’s degrees ( based on data from the U. S. National Center for Education Statistics). Based on these
  22. stats

    Homeowners claim that the mean speed of automobiles traveling on their street is greater than the speed limit of 35 miles per hour. A random sample of 120 automobiles has a mean speed of 37 miles per hour and a standard deviation of 4 miles per hour. Using
  23. Statistics

    A certain university has 7 vehicles available for use by faculty and staff. Five of these are vans and 2 are cars. On a particular day, only two requests for vehicles have been made. Suppose that the two vehicles to be assigned are chosen in a completely
  24. Statistics

    From a random sample of 500 registered voters in Los Angeles, 400 indicated that they would vote in favour of a proposed policy in an upcoming election. a) Test at the 10% significance level a politician’s statement that “those who are in favour of
  25. college statistics

    I am having a bit of trouble with some of the questions. Some of the ones I put below have an answer, is there anyway you can check the answer and help me with the rest I am having trouble with. Your sociology teacher claims that 60 percent of American
  26. stats

    I am having a bit of trouble with some of the questions. Some of the ones I put below have an answer, is there anyway you can check the answer and help me with the rest I am having trouble with. Your sociology teacher claims that 60 percent of American
  27. statistics

    question- a packaging device is set to fill detergent powder packets with a mean weight of 5 kg .the standered deviation is known to be 0.01kg.these are known to drift upward over a period of time due to machine fault,which is not tolerable.a random sample
  28. Chemistry

    The National Vaccine Information Center estimates that 90% of Americans have had chickenpox by the time they reach adulthood. We now consider a random sample of 120 American adults: a) Would you be surprised if there were 105 people who have had chickenpox
  29. statistics

    I am having trouble knowing if I add or multiply with this problem: Male Female Age 19 and under 4746 4517 Age 20 1625 1553 Age 21 1679 1627 Choose one driver at random. Find the probability that the driver is Male and 19 or under. Now, do I find the
  30. pstat.................HELP........................

    A diagnostic test for a disease is said to be 90% accurate inthat if a person has the disease, the test will detect it withprobability 0.9. Also, if a person does not have the disease, thetest will report that he or she does noot have it with
  31. KCKCC

    A researcher believes that the percentage of people who exercise in California is greater than the national exercise rate. The national rate is 20%. The researcher gathers a random sample of 120 individuals who live in California and finds that the number
  32. math/statistics

    In a manufacturing plant, three machines, A, B, and C, produce 37%, 36%, and 27%, respectively, of the total production. The company's quality-control department has determined that 1.5% of the items produced by Machine A, 2% of the items produced by
  33. statistics

    In one day, a random security check of 65 travelers at JFK international airport would cause 17 of those travelers to be “red-flagged” for further checks. The population standard deviation (nation wide) is 12 “red-flags” per day. Using the JFK
  34. Stats

    Many colleges and universities hold a “blood drive” for organizations such as the Red Cross. To help with the planning of an upcoming blood drive, we want to estimate the proportion, p, of students and faculty who would be willing to donate a pint of
  35. Stats

    The Ledd Pipe Company has received a large shipment of pipes, and a quality control inspector wishes to estimate the average diameter of these pipes. A random sample of 18 pipes produces an average diameter of 2.56 mm with a standard deviation of 0.05 mm.
  36. Math

    A bag contains equal numbers of red, blue, and yellow marbles. A student chooses a marble at random. What is the relationship between the probability that the marble is red and the probability that the marble is not red? A) P(red) = P(not red) B) P(red) =
  37. Statisics Question Help Please

    The proportion of students in private schools is around 11%. A random sample of 450 students from a wide geographic area indicated that 55 attended private schools. Estimate the true proportion of students attending private schools with 95% confidence. How
  38. statistics

    Suppose that, for students who are enrolled in college algebra, 73 percent are freshmen, 48 percent are female, and 31 percent are female and are freshmen. Your answers below should be entered as decimals and rounded to three decimal places. Two students
  39. Math 221

    A distribution center receives shipment of a product from three different factories in the quantities of 60, 30 and 20. Three times a product is selected at random, each time without replacement. Find the probability that (a) all three products came from
  40. Data math help 7th

    Jeri asked 40 random students at his school to name their favorite ice cream flavor. Of the 40 students he asked, 25 of them preferred chocolate. Based on Barry's results, how many ff the 1200 students in the school most likely prefer chocolate ice cream?
  41. statistics

    At a large dept. store, the avg. number of years of employment for a cashier is 5.7 with a standard deviation of 1.8 years. If the number of years of employment at this department store is normally distributed, what is the probability that a cashier
  42. Math 221 Week3

    A distribution center receives shipment of a product from three different factories in the quantities of 60, 35 and 25. Three times a product is selected at random, each time without replacement. Find the probability that (a) all three products came from
  43. math

    17. Burger King's Drive-Through: Suppose that cars arrive at Burger King's drive-through at the rate of 20 cars every hour between 12:00 noon and 1:00 PM. A random sample of 40 one-hour time periods between 12:00 noon and 1:00 P.M. is selected and has 22.1
  44. math

    In a livestock research stations a new drug for a certain fowl disease is being tried. Samples of 36 fowls were diagnosed to have the disease. Twenty (20) fowls were treated with the drug and the rest were not. (a) Calculate the probability that a fowl
  45. statistics

    B} The average number of mosquitoes in a stagnant pond is 70 per square meter with a standard deviation of 8. If 36 square meters are chosen at random for a mosquito count, find the probability that the average of those counts is more than 70.9 mosquitoes
  46. Probability and math statistics

    We have two coins, C0 and C1, that looks identical but have different probabilities (0.5 and 0.7 respectively) of showing Heads. A coin is chosen at random and then is tossed X times until a Head comes up. Denote by H0 and H1 the hypotheses that the chosen
  47. Statistics

    A researcher believes that the percentage of people who exercise in California is greater than the national exercise rate. The national rate is 20%. The researcher gathers a random sample of 120 individuals who live in California and finds that the number
  48. statistics

    An accounting firm is planning for the next tax preparation season. From last year's returns, the firm collects a systematic random sample of 100 filings. The 100 filings showed an average preparation time of 90 minutes with a standard deviation of 140
  49. statistics

    It is claimed that an automobile is driven on the average more than 20,000 kilometers per year. Random sample of 10 automobile owners are asked to keep a record of the kilometers they travel. If the sample mean and standard deviation of automobile driven
  50. math

    A bag contains 7 blue marbles, 5 red marbles, and 9 green marbles. A marble is taken at random from the bag. What is the probability that the marble is blue or red? Please type in your answer as a fraction.
  51. math

    john and james are among 30 students who have applied for a trip to boy's state. two students from the group will be selected at random from the trip. what is the probability that john and james will be the 2 students selected?
  52. Statistics

    Based on data collected by the National Center for Health Statistics and made available to the public in the Sample Adult database (A-5), an estimate of the percentage of adults who have at some point in their life been told they have hypertension is 23.53
  53. Psychology

    HELP !!! Which statistics concept is described? Choose from these answers: [(A):statistical test] [(B):Null Hypothesis] [(C):alpha] [(D):one-tailed test] [(E):two-tailed test] [(F):Type I error] [(G):Type II error] [(H):the statistic Z] 1)When a hypothesis
  54. Business Math

    The Principal of SACRO Primary is concerned that the average speed of cars travelling along Princess Road exceeds the recommended speed of 60km/h. A random sample of 10 cars had their speeds measured by radar and the results (in km/h) are as follows: 81,
  55. Math

    There are 20 pink balloons in a bunch of 100. 34 people out of 100 like pink balloons( versus other colors). What is the probability that a person liking pink balloons gets 5 pink balloons when taking 7 random balloons from the bunch? (dependent events)
  56. MATH

    Taylor surveys students in one grade level who own at least one pet. She finds that 50% of the students surveyed own 2 pets, 3 students own 3 pets each, and 2 students own 4 pets each. Eight of the students in the grade own 1 pet. Considering the number of
  57. math

    Taylor surveys students in one grade level who own at least one pet. She finds that 50% of the students surveyed own 2 pets, 3 students own 3 pets each, and 2 students own 4 pets each. Eight of the students in the grade own 1 pet. Considering the number of
  58. math

    At his school’s field day, 7 of Jake’s classmates won a bronze trophy, 14 won a silver trophy, and 10 won a gold trophy. If you choose one trophy winner at random, what is the probability that you would choose someone who won a bronze trophy?
  59. Math

    At his school’s field day, 7 of Jake’s classmates won a bronze trophy, 14 won a silver trophy, and 10 won a gold trophy. If you choose one trophy winner at random, what is the probability that you would choose someone who won a bronze trophy?
  60. Math

    Garrett throws a dart at a circular dart board. The dart board has a radius, and the bull's eye in the center of the dart board has a radius of 6 inches. What is the probability that a dart thrown at random within the dartboard will hit the bull's eye?
  61. statistics

    A simple random sample of 60 items resulted in a sample mean of 80. The population standard deviation is 15. a) Compute the 95 % confidence interval for the population mean. b) Assume that the same sample mean was obtained from a sample of 120 items.
  62. statistics

    A committee of three people is to be formed. The three people will be selected from a list of five possible committee members. A simple random sample of three people is taken, without replacement, from the group of five people. Using the letters A, B, C,
  63. ap statistics

    The manager at Air Cargo feels that the weights of packages shipped recently are less than in the past. Records show that in the past packages have had a mean weight of 36.7 lb. and a variance of 201.64 lb2. A random sample of last months shipping yielded
  64. Maths

    A page of text is analysed, and of the 150 words on it, 30 are nouns, 10 of which start with a vowel. Of the words that are not nouns, 85 of them do not start with vowels. a. If the word on the page is chosen at random, what is the probability that it is a
  65. math

    Numbered disks are placed in a box and one disk is selected at random. There are 6 red disks numbered 1 through 6, and 7 yellow disks numbered 7 through 13. In an experiment a disk is selected, the number and color noted, replaced, and then a second disk
  66. math 102

    a box of light bulbs contains 95 good bulbs and 5 bad ones. if 3 bulbs are selected at random from the box, what is the probability that 2 are good and 1 is bad
  67. Math

    A bag contains 3 apples and 2 oranges. Another bag contains 2 apples and 4 oranges . A bag and a fruit are picked at random. The probability that the fruit will be apple is
  68. mathematical statistics

    Suppose a_n∈ [0,1] and X_n is a sequence of i.i.d random variables with p.d.f : p(X_n=1)= p(X_n= -1)=0.5 . ∑_(n=1)^∞▒a_n X_n is convergent with probability 1, is ∑_(n=1)^∞▒a_n^2 convergent?
  69. Hypergeometirc Distribution

    From a lot of 12 flares, 4 are selected at random. If the lot contains 4 defective flares *flares that will not fire), what is the probability that all 4 will not work? What is the probability that at most 2 will not work?
  70. St

    A manufacturer is interested in determining whether it can claim that the boxes of detergent it sells contain, on average, more than 500 grams of detergent. The firm selects a random sample of 100 boxes and records the amount of detergent (in grams) in
  71. Probabilities

    Bibi wants to send invitations to some of her friends to come to her birthday party. She has contact information for 37 friends stored on her phone, but she only wants to invite 21 of those people to her party. She tries to send out a message to the 21
  72. maths

    Bibi wants to send invitations to some of her friends to come to her birthday party. She has contact information for 37 friends stored on her phone, but she only wants to invite 21 of those people to her party. She tries to send out a message to the 21
  73. math

    Bibi wants to send invitations to some of her friends to come to her birthday party. She has contact information for 37 friends stored on her phone, but she only wants to invite 21 of those people to her party. She tries to send out a message to the 21
  74. stats

    In a straight 3 lottery you choose a 3 digit number. A 3 digit number is chosen at random, If your number mataches you win $250. 1. How many diifrent three digit numbers are there? I thought you would do 3^3 but that only equaled 27 so i assumed im wrong
  75. Math: Probability

    I need help. Here's the queston. Julia has 3 red marbles, 4 blues,3 yellow and 6 black in a bag. She takes one out at random. The probability its black ___ The probability its yellow ___ The probability it isnt red ___
  76. CET exam

    a bag contains 5 golden and 7 blue balls one ball is drawn it is found to be golden after noting the colour of the ball it is not put back in to the bag another ball is now drawn at random what is the probability that the second ball is drawn is golden
  77. statistics

    Which of the following criteria must be met to do a one-sample test for a proportion? A. The data values in the sample must be independent. B. The parent population must be normally distributed. C. The data must come from a random sample. D. The sample
  78. statistics

    Suppose a random sample of size 50 is selected from a population with σ = 10. Find the value of the standard error of the mean in each of the following cases (use the finite population correction factor if appropriate). a. The population size is infinite
  79. Economics (39)

    Suppose a random sample of size 40 is selected from a population with = 9. Find the value of the standard error of the mean in each of the following cases (use the finite population correction factor if appropriate). a. The population size is infinite (to
  80. Statistics (39)

    Suppose a random sample of size 40 is selected from a population with = 9. Find the value of the standard error of the mean in each of the following cases (use the finite population correction factor if appropriate). a. The population size is infinite (to
  81. statistics

    Suppose a random sample of size 50 is selected from a population with σ = 10. Find the value of the standard error of the mean in each of the following cases (use the finite population correction factor if appropriate). a. The population size is infinite
  82. statistics

    1. The scores on a standardized test for high school students are normally distributed with a population mean of 500 and a population standard deviation of 100. Use the empirical rule (0LI refers to this as the standard deviation rule.). Make sure you
  83. math

    R. H. Bruskin Associates Market Research found that 30% of Americans do not think that having a college education is important to succeed in the business world. If a random sample of five Americans is s selected, find these probabilities. (a) Exactly two
  84. PROBABILITY

    R. H. Bruskin Associates Market Research found that 40% of Americans do not think that having a college education is important to succeed in the business world. If a random sample of five Americans is s selected, find these probabilities. (a) Exactly two
  85. statistics

    A researcher wants to study the spending habits of customers of a local shopping mall. The mall manager claims that the average spending per customer is $70, but the researcher believes that the average is less than $70. A simple random sample of 350
  86. probability and counting

    (1 pt) A box contains 25 yellow, 28 green and 38 red jelly beans. If 13 jelly beans are selected at random, what is the probability that: a) 5 are yellow? b) 5 are yellow and 7 are green? c) At least one is yellow?
  87. math

    A bag contains 3 red, 5 black and 5 blue marbles. Four marbles are selected at random without replacement: - the probability that all 4 are black? -the probability that exactly two are blue and none are red?
  88. geometry

    Lenny’s favorite radio station has this schedule: news: 15 min. commercials: 3 min. music: 42 min. If Lenny chooses a time of day at random to turn on the radio to his favorite station, what is the probability that the news will be on?
  89. Math

    At Chaniel's school, one cafeteria helper is chosen from each class by a random drawing. In Chaniel's class, the probability of the chosen person being taller that five feet is 1/5. Find the odds in favor of the chosen person being taller than five feet.
  90. statistics

    Suppose that 30% of the nation's TV viewers are watching a particular presidential press conference. Typically, a Nielsen survey will sample about 1000 viewers. Suppose random sampling. What is the probability that at most 28% of the viewers in the sample
  91. Probability

    Mary took a 20 question multiple-choice exam where there are 4 choices for each question and only 1 of those choices is correct. Rather than reading the question, Mary simply puts a random choice of answer down for each question. Determine the probability
  92. Math

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau's most recent data on the marital status of the 242 million Americans aged 15 years and older, 124.2 million are currently married and 74.5 million have never been married. If one person from these 242 million persons is
  93. proportion test

    In a manufacturing plant, the old machine produced widgets with a defect rate of 12%. The boss wants to check if the new machine has a different defect rate. So he took a random of 820 widgets, and found 85 of them were defective. Are these results
  94. Math

    You use a line of best fit for a set of data to make a prediction about an unknown value. The correlation coefficient for your data is -0.993. How confident can you be that your predicted value will be reasonably close to the actual value? a. I can't be
  95. Statisics

    I need help on this question i am confused. I don't think the answers i got are right The library checks out an average of 320 books per day, with a standard deviation of 75 books. Suppose a simple random sample of 30 days is selected for observation. What
  96. Statictics

    2. Herpetologists (snake specialists) found that a certain species of reticulated python have an average length of 20.5 feet with a standard deviation of 2.3 feet. The scientists collect a random sample of 30 adult pythons and measure their lengths. In
  97. math

    During a department store sale 30 shoppers bought only clothing. 5 shoppers bought only towels, and 15 shoppers thought both clothing and towels. If 100 people shopped that day and a shopper is chosen at random, what is the probability that the shopper has
  98. proportion test

    How to solve this? In a manufacturing plant, the old machine produced widgets with a defect rate of 12%. The boss wants to check if the new machine has a different defect rate. So he took a random of 820 widgets, and found 85 of them were defective. Are
  99. stats

    The number of cars sold annually by used car salespeople is normally distributed with a standard deviation of 19.22. A random sample of salespeople was taken and the number of cars each sold is listed her. 79 43 58 66 101 63 79 33 58 71 60 101 74 55 88 The
  100. Cards

    As shown above, a classic deck of cards is made up of 52 cards, 26 are black, 26 are red. Each color is split into two suits of 13 cards each (clubs and spades are black and hearts and diamonds are red). Each suit is split into 13 individual cards (Ace,

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