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  1. finite math

    Among 26 to 31 year olds 35% say they have driven a car while under the influence of peer pressure. suppose 2 26 to 31 year olds are selected at random. A)the probability that at least 1 has not driven under the influence? B)the probability that at least 1

    asked by john on September 7, 2015
  2. Statistics

    Choose the right answer, and provide the reasons and calculations. A palmist claims that he can accurately predict the age at death (y) of an individual from the length (centimeters) of age line (x) on the right hand of the individual. A random sample of

    asked by Chris on March 17, 2010
  3. statistics 201

    A firm hires a pool of financial consultants to discuss portfolio recommendations with its clients. The CEO believes that another financial consultant should be hired if the average phone consultation exceeds 350 seconds. A random sample of 100 phone calls

    asked by lea on November 21, 2013
  4. Statistics

    Choose the right answer, and provide the reasons and calculations. A palmist claims that he can accurately predict the age at death (y) of an individual from the length (centimeters) of age line (x) on the right hand of the individual. A random sample of

    asked by Chris on March 17, 2010
  5. math- stat 201

    A firm hires a pool of financial consultants to discuss portfolio recommendations with its clients. The CEO believes that another financial consultant should be hired if the average phone consultation exceeds 350 seconds. A random sample of 100 phone calls

    asked by lea on November 21, 2013
  6. MATH

    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

    asked by Anonymous on April 24, 2015
  7. statistics

    twenty light bulbs are tested to see if they claims last long as the manufacturers claims they do. three light bulbs failed the test. two light bulbs are selected at random without replacement from this collection of bulbs find the probability that both

    asked by bernie on July 29, 2016
  8. statistics

    Please help- A random sample of n=500 households where 150 have combined cable,phone, and internet service. Firrst, calculate p-hat, the sample proportion of households having such service. Then use a confidence level for pi, the proportion of all

    asked by Sandra on November 13, 2013
  9. Statistics

    a. Critical Thinking Critical Thinking Suppose you and a friend each take different random samples of data pairs (x,y) from the sample population. Assume the samples are the same size. Based on your samples, you compute r= 0.83. Based on her sample, your

    asked by Amanda on October 20, 2013
  10. math

    The table below shows the number of deaths in the U.S. in a year due to a variety of causes. For these questions, assume these values are not changing from year to year, and that the population of the United States is 312 million people. Cause Deaths

    asked by Chistopher on March 26, 2016
  11. Probability and Statistics

    The proportion of adults living in a small town who are college graduates is estimated to be p = 0.6. To test this hypothesis, a random sample of 15 adults is selected. If the number of college graduates in the sample is anywhere from 6 to 12, we shall not

    asked by Katy on November 28, 2013
  12. STATS

    Scientists wish to test the mind-readiing ability of a person who claims to have ESP. They use five cards with different and distinctive symbols( square, cicrle, triangle, line, squiggle). Someone picks a card at random and thinks about the symbol. The

    asked by JONATHAN on October 17, 2011
  13. Statistics

    a random sample of 10 minature tootsie rolls was taken from a bag. Each piece was weighed on a very accurate scale. The results in grams were 3.087, 3.131,3.241,3.270,3.353,3.400,3.411,3.437,3.477 a.) construct a 90 percent confidence intervalfor the true

    asked by BabyGirl on August 7, 2010
  14. Intro to Probability, please check my work.

    A fair coin is flipped three times. You win $5 every time the outcome is heads. Let the random variable X represent the total number of dollars you win. (a) List the sample space. (b) Determine the probability function of X. ====================== Answer:

    asked by Amelie on February 17, 2008
  15. Probability

    This is a lottery odds question. It involves the Mega Millions, where 5 numbers are selected from the intergers 1-56 (without replacement) then a special 6th ball is selected from a new set of intergers 1-46. The odds of winning are 1/175711536. If exactly

    asked by Rey on March 18, 2008
  16. algebra 2

    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 check my answer 12/21

    asked by John on May 26, 2010
  17. Marbles

    A jar contains 9 red marbles numbered 1 to 9 and 7 blue marbles numbered 1 to 7. A marble is drawn at random from the jar. Find the probability that the marble is blue or even-numbered.

    asked by Anonymous on October 2, 2016
  18. algebra 2

    teresa and julia are among 10 students who have applied for a trip to washington DC. Two students from the group will be selected at random for the trip. What is the probability that teresa and julia will be the 2 students selected /

    asked by carl on April 23, 2009
  19. Math

    Could someone please let me know if I did this problem right? A bag contains seven blue marbles and five red marbles. One marble is drawn at random without replacement, and then a second marble is drawn. What is the probability that the second marble is

    asked by B.B. on August 7, 2009
  20. Statistics

    In a simple random sample of 80 patients that go to a certain dentist, 9 patients had their teeth whitened. which interval is the 95% confidence interval for the percent of all the dentist's patients who had their teeth whitened? (4.4, 18.2) (8.4, 14.2)

    asked by Clay on May 5, 2016
  21. math

    A bag contains 2 white marbles amd 3 green marbles. Two marbles are drawn at random, one after the other. The first marble is replaced before the second one is drawn. What is the probability that the first marble is green and second one is white?

    asked by damon on March 2, 2017
  22. Marbles

    A jar contains 9 red marbles numbered 1 to 9 and 7 blue marbles numbered 1 to 7. A marble is drawn at random from the jar. Find the probability that the marble is blue or even-numbered.

    asked by Anonymous on October 2, 2016
  23. Probability

    A box contains 3 blue, 5 red, 4 white marbles. If one marble drawn at random: find probability of blue given not white. Find probability of not red given not white

    asked by Stacy on January 5, 2016
  24. math

    Andrea has 8 blue socks and 4 red socks. She chooses one sock at random and puts it on. She then chooses another sock without looking. If the first sock is red, find the probability that the second sock will also be red. 1)3/11 2)1/6 3)2/11 4)1/12

    asked by Aubrey T. on March 30, 2016
  25. Finite math and probability

    A jar contains 9 red marbles numbered 1 to 9 and 7 blue marbles numbered 1 to 7. A marble is drawn at random from the jar. Find the probability that the marble is blue or even-numbered. I had 1/7

    asked by Anonymous on October 2, 2016
  26. Probability and Statistics

    A research psychologist believes that professional athletes tend to be more confident than the typical person. From previous testing, he knows that the scores for people in the general population are approximately normally distributed with a mean of 72 and

    asked by Kim on April 29, 2012
  27. statistic

    A final exam in Math 160 has a mean of 73 with standard deviation 7.73. Assume that a random sample of 24 students is selected and the test score of the sample is computed. Assuming the scores are normally​ distributed, what percentage of sample means

    asked by Anonymous on September 11, 2016
  28. xiamen university

    The probability that a person catches a cold during the cold and flu season is 0.62. Assume that 5 people are chosen at random. A) What is the probability that exactly four of them will catch a cold? B) What is the probability that three or more of them

    asked by agak on October 28, 2012
  29. Random Question

    Posted by Alex on Saturday, June 4, 2011 at 12:55pm. Based on readings from the first 20 chapters of "Invisible Man", what does the narrator mean when he refers to himself as "invisible"? Is it because of all the situations he been in and no one really

    asked by Alex on June 5, 2011
  30. Can u plz help me PsyDag?? Stats

    In testing a new drug, researchers found that 10% 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 two will have this mild side effect (B) at least

    asked by Jennifer on October 25, 2011
  31. Can u help me Ms. Sue...Stats

    In testing a new drug, researchers found that 10% 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 two will have this mild side effect (B) at least

    asked by Jennifer on October 25, 2011
  32. PLZ help!! Stats....

    In testing a new drug, researchers found that 10% 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 two will have this mild side effect (B) at least

    asked by Jennifer on October 25, 2011
  33. Stats

    In testing a new drug, researchers found that 10% 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 two will have this mild side effect (B) at least

    asked by Jennifer on October 24, 2011
  34. Chemistry check

    Could someone please just check my answers for this? I want to make sure I did these right. 1. A student reported the mass of ten glass beads as 2.507 +/- 0.015 g. What should the student report as the mass of one bead? Explain your answer. A: The student

    asked by Bryant on January 30, 2007
  35. Math

    Records show that 29% of all payments to a mail-order company are submitted after the due date. Suppose 50 payments are submitted this week. Let r be a random variable that represents the number of payments that are late. Use the normal approximation to

    asked by Justina on August 8, 2011
  36. One Math Problem

    At summer camp 20% of the students come from out of state. Megan wants to simulate cabins of 8 campers. She generates random digits from 0 to 9 and lets the digits 0 and 1 represent a camper from out of state. The table: 69531217; 89542756; 89001254;

    asked by Ember on February 19, 2016
  37. Statistics

    Please help. Find the probability of getting 2 hearts if the cards are drawn from a regular deck and the first card is not replaced. A true/false quiz consists of twenty questions. If a student answers the twenty questions by making random guesses, what is

    asked by Mary on December 11, 2006
  38. Physics

    So, "a uniform steel rod of length 1.20 meters and mass 6.40 kg has attached to each end a small ball of mass 1.06 kg. The rod is constrained to rotate in a horizontal plane about a vertical axis through its midpoint." There's more to the question, but the

    asked by Nora on March 30, 2015
  39. Maths

    Siuan's grandmother recently signed up for a twitter account. She only follows five people - her five grandchildren. Each day, each of her grandchildren make two tweets and at the end of the day Siuan's grandmother gets an e-mail that lists all ten tweets

    asked by John on February 19, 2013
  40. statistik

    can you show me the caculation :) Last year, 50% of MNM, Inc. employees were female. It is believed that there has been a reduction in the percentage of females in the company. This year, in a random sample of 400 employees, 180 were female. a.Give the

    asked by mira on December 2, 2012
  41. Probability

    Let X,Y,Z be independent discrete random variables with E[X]=2, E[Y]=0, E[Z]=0, E[X^2]=20 E[Y^2]= E[Z^2]=16, and Var(X)=Var(Y)=Var(Z)=16. Let A=X(Y+Z) and B=XY. 1. Find E[B]. E[B]= ? 2. Find Var(B). Var(B)= ? 3. Find E[AB]. E[AB]= ?

    asked by stud81 on October 3, 2018
  42. Math (please help steve)

    Brilli the ant randomly placed a token into a square on a 2×100 chessboard according to a probability distribution P. The token is then moved uniformly at random to one of the horizontally, vertically, or diagonally adjacent squares. The probability that

    asked by Danny on July 16, 2013
  43. statistics

    air coin is flipped 20 times. a. Determine the probability that the coin comes up tails exactly 15 times. b. Find the probability that the coin comes up tails at least 15 times. c. Find the mean and standard deviation for the random variable X giving the

    asked by nneamaka on September 24, 2013
  44. Probability (Please check revised answer)

    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 14, 2017
  45. Math (Please Check)

    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 13, 2017
  46. communication

    X and Y are discrete jointly distributed discrete valued random variables. The relation between their joint entropy H(X,Y) and their individual entropies H(X),H(Y) is H(X,Y)≤H(X)+H(Y), equality holds when X,Y are independent H(X,Y)≤H(X)+H(Y), equality

    asked by digital communication on August 8, 2018
  47. statistics

    The Ace AirLines has a policy of overbooking flights. The random variable x represents the number of passengers who cannot be boarded because there were more passengers that seats. x P(x) 0 0.061 1 0.132 2 0.255 3 0.345 4 0.207 a)Is this a probability

    asked by dee on September 24, 2011
  48. 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
  49. statistics

    For this class, the first quiz had a mean of 90.4% with a standard deviation od 16.6%. The homework scores have a mean of 81.7% with a standard deviation of 22.28%. Suppose you scored 90% on quiz one and have a homework total of 84%. A)are the reported

    asked by lauren on February 17, 2008
  50. satistics

    Among a random sample of 500 college students, the mean number of hours worked per week at non-college related jobs is 14.6. This mean lies 0.4 standard deviations below the mean of the sampling distribution. If a second sample of 500 students is selected,

    asked by Lissa on September 15, 2015
  51. Finite Math

    John has three coins in his pocket. One is fair, one has two heads, and the third is unbalanced, showing head 60% of the time. John grabs a coin at random and tosses it. Find the probability that: 1) The coin shows a head 2) The coin is regular, give that

    asked by Preet on July 22, 2012
  52. statistics

    A 4 to 7 month old baby sleeps an average of 14 hours per day. At this age, babies sleep patterns follow normal distribution with the standard deviation of 1.6 a) is it unusual for a baby to sleep under 12 hours a day? b) In a random sample of 10 babies of

    asked by adriana on November 30, 2014
  53. statistics

    Six cards-ace, king, queen of hearts; ace, king of diamonds; and king of clubs-are all placed face down a table. One card is to be selected at random. Find the probability: a) of an ace, given that a diamond was turned b) of an ace, given that a club was

    asked by Anonymous on November 7, 2007
  54. Statistics

    A confidence interval was used to estimate the proportion of statistics students that are females. A random sample of 72 statistics students generated the following 90% confidence Interval: (.43, .63). based on the interval above, is the population

    asked by Anonymous on November 23, 2010
  55. statistics

    EXERCISE: POSSIBLE VALUES OF THE ESTIMATES Suppose that the random variable È takes values in the interval [0,1]. a) Is it true that the LMS estimator is guaranteed to take values only in the interval [0,1]? b) Is it true that the LLMS estimator is

    asked by alec on April 14, 2015
  56. Statistics

    In a shipment of 21 parts, four of the parts are defective. If three parts are selected at random without replacement, find the probability that : a.) All three parts selected are defective. 4/21*3/20*2/19=.003 b.) None of the tree parts selected are

    asked by Grace on February 26, 2016
  57. Statistics

    The average amount of time people spend on facebook each day is 71 minutes, with a standard deviation of 4.7 minutes. Are you more likely to select a random person that spends less than 68 minutes per day, or a group of 35 people that spend on average less

    asked by Ashley on November 15, 2012
  58. math

    The number of years of education of self-employed individuals in the United States has a population mean of 13.6 years and a population standard deviation of 3.0 years. If we survey a random sample of 100 self-employed people to determine the average

    asked by alle on November 1, 2017
  59. m/c

    A researcher is hired by a company to ascertain the morale of company employees. The company employs over 10,000 employees. The researcher takes a random sample of 237 employees, interviews each sampled employee, and uses the information to project the

    asked by Thara! on May 21, 2010
  60. statistics

    A group of applicants for a position consists of 8 people who are qualified and 7 whoa are not. If we select two people at random to be interviewed (obviously without replacement), find the probability that we get: a. two qualified people b. one qualified

    asked by stats-help on January 24, 2008
  61. business statistics

    An assembly process includes a torque wrench device that automatically tightens compressor housing bolts; the device has a known process standard deviation of ó = 3 lb-ft in the torque applied. A simple random sample of 35 nuts is selected, and the

    asked by Samantta on July 30, 2009
  62. statistics

    An assembly process includes a torque wrench device that automatically tightens compressor housing bolts; the device has a known process standard deviation of ó = 3 lb-ft in the torque applied. A simple random sample of 35 nuts is selected, and the

    asked by Bryant on August 1, 2009
  63. Statistics

    the average length of time for students to register for fall classes at a certain college has been 50 minutes. a new registration procedure using modern computing machine is being tried. if a random sample of 12 students had an average registration time of

    asked by Jacy on March 10, 2011
  64. Statistics

    Suppose that the probability distribution of a random variable x can be described by the formula P(x) = x/15 For each of the values x = 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. For examples, then, p(x=2) = p(2) = 2/15 a Write out the probability distribution of x. b Show that

    asked by Chinadoll on October 26, 2009
  65. business statistics

    An assembly process includes a torque wrench device that automatically tightens compressor housing bolts; the device has a known process standard deviation of ó = 3 lb-ft in the torque applied. A simple random sample of 35 nuts is selected, and the

    asked by Tonya on August 1, 2009
  66. Please answer

    An agricultural researcher is interested in estimating the mean length of the growing season in a region. Treating the last 10 years as a simple random sample, he obtains the following data, which represent the number of days of the growing season. 153 164

    asked by STATS 2 on December 1, 2014
  67. statistics

    A box contains 3 white and 5 black balls. Four balls are drawn at random "with replacement" from the box (i.e. selected balls are returned to the box and mixed, before drawing the next ball). Let X be the number of black balls drawn. What is the

    asked by Anonymous on April 13, 2012
  68. stats

    a hat contains a number od cubes: 15 red, 10 white, 5 blue and 20 black,20 years gone and i am back again. one cube at random. what is the probability that it is: a) a red cube? b) not a red cube? c) a cube that is white or black? d) a cube that is neither

    asked by jojo on September 28, 2014
  69. statistics

    The Office of Student Services at a large western state university maintains information on the study habits of its full-time students. Their studies indicate that the mean amount of time undergraduate students study per week is 20 hours. The hours studied

    asked by Anonymous on October 13, 2014
  70. statistics

    I really need help with my statistical analysis... i cant understand it. Here are the questions A sample group was surveyed to determine which of two brands of soap was preferred. H0 :p = 0.50; H1: p is not equal to 0.50. Thirty-eight of 60 people

    asked by Crystal on December 27, 2013
  71. Statistics

    In a population of 240 women,the heights of the women are normally distributed with a mean of 64.2 inches and a standard deviation of 3.2 inches. If 36 women are selected at random, find the mean mu x and stand deviation sigma x of the population of sample

    asked by Joe on November 8, 2011
  72. Probability

    A college professor has been studying the relationship between the attendance habits of his students and the grades they earn in his courses. A breakdown of 200 of his students revealed the following: Attended regularly --- 160 Attended sometimes --- 40

    asked by Angela on May 14, 2011
  73. Stats 330- HELP

    I need some help on this question it has two parts but i can't figure it out. Can someone help me. The NDSU 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

    asked by John on March 10, 2011
  74. statistics

    A group of scientists is studying whether a new medical treatment has an adverse (bad) effect on lung function. Here are data on a simple random sample of 10 patients taken from a large population of patients in the study. Both variables are measurements,

    asked by Anonymous on August 17, 2013
  75. statistic

    Listed below is a simple random sample of sitting eye heights (in mm) of men (based on anthropometric survey data from Gordon, Churchill, Clauser). Determine whether these sample heights appear to come from a population with a normal distribution. Explain.

    asked by Bell on April 15, 2014
  76. Stats

    A random sample of 100 GMAT scores has a mean of 500. Assume that GMAT scores have a population standard deviation of 120. Construct a 95% confidence interval estimate of the mean GMAT scores. (15 pts) What is the sample size for the conference interval?

    asked by Lynn on October 12, 2014
  77. statistics

    An agricultural economist is interested in determining the average diameter of peaches produced by a particular tree. A random sample of 50 peaches is taken and the sample mean calculated. Suppose that the average diameter of peaches on this tree is known

    asked by Pat on March 27, 2012
  78. statistics

    According to a USA Today poll conducted in February 2009, 83% of adults nationwide are in favor of funding new government programs to help create jobs. Calculate the mean number of adults in favor of funding new government programs to help create jobs in a

    asked by ali awan on May 8, 2013
  79. stats

    The vice-president of a business firm has reviewed the records of the finn's personnel and found that 70% of the employees read The Wall Street Journal. If the vice-president was to choose 12 employees at random,what is the probability that the number of

    asked by tim on March 2, 2012
  80. psychiology

    Wihtin groups, differences in intelligence are highly correlated with _______. Between groups, differences are highly correlated with __________. a. heritability; environment b. environment; genes c. heritability; random error in measurmemt d. genes; the

    asked by bj on September 30, 2011
  81. statistics /pure maths

    A box contains N identical balls of which 4 are Red, 3 are Green and the rest are White . If 3 balls are drawn at random one after the other without replacement.the probability that all 3 balls are Whit is 1/22. 1.Find the number of identical balls in the

    asked by gbafa on July 2, 2015
  82. Statistics

    You want to know if there's a difference between the proportions of high school students and college students who read newspapers regularly. out of a random sample of 500 high-school students, 287 say they read newspapers regularly, and out of a random

    asked by debbie on May 1, 2014
  83. Statistics

    Kind attention Psydag: A random sample of size 20 from a normal population with sample mean 42 and sample standard deviation of 6 . To test the hypothesis the population mean 44 at 5% level of significance , find the p-value and comment Clarification: The

    asked by Mrs. Lakshmi on January 1, 2010
  84. Math

    A random sample was taken from Wyoming. Eighty percent of students reported that they like dogs, 64% reported they like cats, and 97% reported that they like dogs or cats. What percentage of students like both dogs and cats?

    asked by Tonya on July 27, 2013
  85. Math, please check work

    A bag contains 7 red marbles, 2 blue marbles, and 1 green marble. If a marble is selected at random, what is the probability of choosing a marble that is not blue? 7+2+1=10 There are two blue marbles So is the probability 1/5?

    asked by Lyndse on February 21, 2010
  86. Please can help me solving my problems(Probality)

    A manufacturer makes mobile phone. The manufacturer employs are inspector to check the quality of its product. The inspector tested a random sample of the phone being defective as 0.049. Ashmita buys three of the phones made by the manufacturer. Find the

    asked by Fakaapo. Suetusi on April 12, 2012
  87. math

    CountingOutcomes and Theoretical Probability A computer store sells 4 models of computer (m1,m2,m3 m4. Each model can be fitted with 3 sizes of hard drive (A,B,C,) 1- Find the sample space. 2- What is the probability of choosing a model with a size C hard

    asked by Julainna on February 1, 2010
  88. Statistics

    How do you make a tree diagram for this? (and in general) 1) of the voters in a certain city, 40% are republicans and 60% are democrats. among the republicans, 70% are in favor of a particular bond issue whereas 80% of the democrats favor the issue. if a

    asked by Lo on November 10, 2010
  89. math

    At a local Mcdonald’s managers will return a shipment of hamburger buns if more than 10% of the buns are crushed. A random sample of 81 buns 13 buns crashed. A 5% significance level test is conducted to determine if the shipment should be accepted. The

    asked by morne on August 29, 2014
  90. Statistics

    M&M plain candies come in various colors. According to the M&M/Mars Department of Consumer Affairs, the distribution of colors for plain M&M candies is as follows. Color Purple Yellow Red Orange Green Blue Brown Percentage 18% 19% 21% 9% 9% 6% 18% Suppose

    asked by Anonymous on July 9, 2011
  91. Statistics

    3. A telephone company wants to estimate the porportion of households that would purchase an additional service line if it were made available at a substantially reduced cost. A random sample of 500 households is selected and the results indicate that 135

    asked by Anonymous on June 17, 2013
  92. Statistics

    A sociologist is interested in the relations between x = number of job changes and y = annual salary (in thousands of dollars) for people living in the Nashville area. A random sample of 10 people employed in Nashville provided the following information. x

    asked by Jeff on July 22, 2012
  93. Math

    A survey given to a random sample of 250 students at a small University asks which facility they use most often. The results are shown in the table above. If the results of the sample are projected to the entire student population 1,000 students, which of

    asked by Bebe on February 23, 2018
  94. Statistics

    4 people are chosen at random from a group of 15 people. What are the odds that all 4 people chosen were the oldest people in the group?

    asked by Daniel on October 14, 2014
  95. statistics

    If 86% of households have cable television and three households are picked at random, what is the probability that at least one of those three picked will have cable television?

    asked by Janice on September 25, 2011
  96. statistics

    Let a random variable be distributed as shown below X=x : 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 P(x): .1 .09 .2 .15 .16 .2 (a) Find the probability p(6) (b) Find the probability P(3< X < 5) (c) Find the probability P(X < 4) (d) Find the probability P(X > 2)

    asked by kim wallace on September 17, 2011
  97. statistics

    A random sample of size 49 is taken from a large population, measuring the time it takes to complete a driver’s license examination. The sample mean was found to be 47 minutes, and the sample standard deviation 5.89 minutes. Construct a 95% confidence

    asked by Anonymous on July 17, 2010
  98. algebra

    Bear population. To estimate the size Use a proportion to solve 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

    asked by Sandra on July 17, 2009
  99. math

    A bag of marbles contains 8 red marbles and 6 yellow marbles. Two marbles are drawn out of the bag at random without replacement. What is the probability that first a red marble then a yellow marble are drawn? Represent your answer as a fraction in

    asked by jasmine on April 22, 2015
  100. Statistics

    1. A study of 40 people found that they could do on the average15 pull ups with a standard deviation of .6. Find the 99% confidence interval for the mean of the population. 2. A study of 50 pizza delivery workers found that they could make 6 deliveries per

    asked by Cam on May 3, 2013

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  48. 48