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  1. business statistics

    It has been reported that 10.3% of U.S. households do not own a vehicle, with 34.2% owning 2 vehicles, and 17.1% owning 3 or more vehicles. The data for a random sample of 100 households in a resort community are summarized in the frequency distribution

    asked by Lesliam on August 12, 2009
  2. math

    A manager of an electronics store takes a random sample of large shipments of circuit boards to determine if he will accept the delivery. he randomly samples 20 boards from a shipment and will reject the delivery if more than 1 circuit board is defective.

    asked by jack on March 5, 2013
  3. Statistics

    A local grocery store wants to estimate the mean daily number of gallons of milk sold to customers. Assume the number of gallons sold follows the normal distribution, with a population standard deviation of 5.10 gallons. A random sample of 60 days shows

    asked by Joey on October 28, 2013
  4. statistics

    Wages and salaries make up only part of a total compensation. Other parts include paid leave, health insurance, and many others. In 2007, wages and salaries among manufacturers in the United States made up an average of 65.8% of total compensation. To

    asked by june on July 21, 2014
  5. statistics

    T test for independent groups and dependent groups (Two-group designs) 1. An LU professor is interested in whether there is a difference between undergraduate students and graduate students in the amount of time spent praying each day. The professor

    asked by Carob on November 25, 2012
  6. math

    The new Twinkle bulb is being developed to last more than 1000 hours. A random sample of 100 of these new bulbs is selected from the production line. It was found that 48 lasted more than 1000 hours. Find the point estimate for the population proportion,

    asked by Heaven on April 17, 2011
  7. Statistics

    A true-false test consists of 20 questions, each of which has one correct answer: true, or false. One point is awarded for every correct answer, but one point is taken off for each wrong answer. Suppose a student answers every question by guessing at

    asked by AmmanJordan on May 6, 2013
  8. geometry

    In exercises 31-34, a cooler at a picnic contains 100 cans of soda covered by ice. There are 30 cans of soda, 40 cans of orange soda, 10 cans of ginger ale,and 20 cans of root beer. The cans are all the same size and shape. If one can is selected at random

    asked by angela on June 4, 2012
  9. Statistics

    Two-thirds of papaya plants availabe are hermaphrodite and are self-pollinating. One-third of plants are female and need to be paired withh an hermaphrodite plant in order to be pollinated. Unless the plants are pollinated, they will not bear fruit. If you

    asked by Angela on December 7, 2013
  10. Math

    Two-thirds of papaya plants availabe are hermaphrodite and are self-pollinating. One-third of plants are female and need to be paired withh an hermaphrodite plant in order to be pollinated. Unless the plants are pollinated, they will not bear fruit. If you

    asked by Angela on December 7, 2013
  11. STATISTICS

    Two-thirds of papaya plants availabe are hermaphrodite and are self-pollinating. One-third of plants are female and need to be paired withh an hermaphrodite plant in order to be pollinated. Unless the plants are pollinated, they will not bear fruit. If you

    asked by Angela on December 7, 2013
  12. Stats

    Daily water intake (including water used in drinks such as coffee, tea and juice) for Canadian adults follows a normal distribution with mean $\var{mu}$ litres and standard deviation $\var{sigma}$ litres. a) What is the probability that the mean daily

    asked by Hui on June 6, 2015
  13. Maths

    Suppose that the reliability of a HIV test is specified as follows: Of people having HIV, 90% of the test detect the disease but 10% go undetected. Of people free of HIV, 99% of the test are judged HIV–ive but 1% are diagnosed as showing HIV+ive. From a

    asked by Sam on March 14, 2015
  14. Maths

    Suppose that the reliability of a HIV test is specified as follows: Of people having HIV, 90% of the test detect the disease but 10% go undetected. Of people free of HIV, 99% of the test are judged HIV–ive but 1% are diagnosed as showing HIV+ive. From a

    asked by Susan on January 22, 2015
  15. Algebra 2

    Garrett thros a dart at a circular dart board. the dart board has a radius of 16 inches, 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

    asked by kelly on May 19, 2014
  16. Stats

    A simple random sample will be obtained from a normally distributed population. Find the minimum sample size needed to be 99% confident that the sample standard deviation s is within 5% of the standard deviation. Is such a sample size practical in most

    asked by Lindsey on November 29, 2011
  17. statistics

    Twelve different video games showing substance use were observed and the duration times of game play (in seconds) are listed below. The design of the study justifies the assumption that the sample can be treated as a simple random sample. Use the sample

    asked by Teniqua Evans on July 7, 2014
  18. Statistics

    12. The proportion of students who own a cell phone on college campuses across the country has increased tremendously over the past few years. It is estimated that approximately 94% of students now own a cell phone. Twenty five students are to be selected

    asked by Rodney on April 19, 2012
  19. Sociology (stats) help

    Given the mean = $12 Standard deviation = $2.50 Suppose that a large state university graduate research assistants are paid by the hour. Data from the personnel office show the distribution of hourly wages paid to graduate students across the campus is

    asked by Ronald on October 8, 2014
  20. stat

    the average number of pushups a United States Marine does daily is 300, with a standard deviation of 50. A random sample of 36 marines is selected. What is the probability that the sample mean is at most 320 push-ups? With a mean of 300, you are looking

    asked by Anonymous on April 15, 2007
  21. Statistics

    According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control, the national mean hospital stay after childbirth is 2.1 days. Reviewing records at her own hospital, a hospital administrator calculates that the mean hospital stay for a random sample of 81 women

    asked by Michael on November 9, 2013
  22. Economics (41)

    A simple random sample of 60 items resulted in a sample mean of 96. The population standard deviation is 16. a. Compute the 95% confidence interval for the population mean (to 1 decimal). ( , ) b. Assume that the same sample mean was obtained from a sample

    asked by Mia on May 10, 2014
  23. 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 Kelly on October 26, 2009
  24. Statistics

    A youth group has 7 boys and 5 girls. Experiment is select 5 people at random from the group. Let X be the number of boys in the selected 5 people. (a) Find the probability of exactly 1 boy, i.e., P([X = 1]). (b) Find the probability of exactly 2 boy,

    asked by Hayley on November 17, 2016
  25. algebra

    A box of candy contains two types of chocolates. One type is made with nuts, and the other type is nut free. The box contains 3 times more candies with nuts than candies without nuts. Johnny pulls a candy out of the box at random. What is the probability

    asked by David on March 20, 2014
  26. Statistics

    A simple random sample of 120 SAT scores ahs a mean of 1540. Assume that SAT scores have a population standard deviation of 333. a) Construct a 95% conf. interval estimate of the mean SAT score. b) Is a 99% conf. interval estimate of the mean SAT score

    asked by Sandy on February 26, 2013
  27. Math Again helpppp

    1. A new movie open the other day. So far 500,000 people have seen. The producers of the movie need to know if the people liked it. A random sample of 8000 people were asked as they were leaving the theater if they like the movie. Of those interviewed 4200

    asked by Haley on May 11, 2017
  28. maths

    Ted and Suzanne load 3476 songs into a player that randomly selects which song to play. When in random-selection mode, 22 of the first 30 songs were loaded by Suzanne. T and S want to determine if each have loaded a different proportion of songs. Let p

    asked by Nilan Please help on March 31, 2013
  29. Statistics

    . Two thousand randomly selected adults were asked whether or not they have ever shopped on the internet. The following table gives a two-way classification of the responses obtained. Have shopped Have never shopped Male 500 700 Female 300 500 Suppose one

    asked by David on June 11, 2013
  30. math

    Your brother is saving labels from soup cans. He removes the labels from three cans of pea soup, five cans of vegetable soup and four cans of onion soup, and does not indicate the contents of the twelve cans after removing the labels. You need two cans of

    asked by Anonymous on October 28, 2016
  31. math

    4 red,4 white,4 blue at random take out 2 , say 1 red 1 white do not replace. what is probarbility of now picking a)blue b)red c)white so red=1/12 or 1/4 white=1/12 or 1/4 now only 10 left red 3/10,white3/10, blue 4/10

    asked by steve on April 24, 2015
  32. statistics

    A city survey found that 47% of teenagers have a part time job. The same survey found that 78% plan to attend college. If a teenager is chosen at random, what is the probability that the teenager has a part time job and plans to attend college?

    asked by Olivia on October 11, 2011
  33. maths

    In a basket of fruit, there are 6 grapes,11 bananas and 13 oranges, if one fruit is chosen at random, what is the probability that the fruit is either grape or banana. i.find the probability of grape and banana i.find the probability of not banana

    asked by Anonymous on January 25, 2017
  34. math

    A ball is draw at random form a box containing 6 red balls, 4 white balls and 5 blue balls. what is the probability that the ball drawn is (1)red (2)white (3)blue (4)red or blue

    asked by biliyaminu on January 13, 2016
  35. Math

    Typically, 10% of students make a D on their tests, 60% make a C on their test, and 30% make an A. Mrs. Smith uses a random-number table to find the experimental probability that of 5 students', at least 3 will make a C. The digit 0 represents students who

    asked by HELP!:) on June 10, 2015
  36. Psychology

    Within 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 measurment d) genes: the

    asked by Rena on August 26, 2010
  37. Maths

    In a box of markers there are eight which have dried up and will not write. The box contains 15 red, 15 purple, 5 black and 10 white markers. A marker is picked at random from the box. Find the probability that a) it is red b) it is not black c) it is

    asked by Aj on January 26, 2016
  38. Statistic Help please

    During a given month, P(A)=0.75,P(B)=0.6, and p(A and B). Are these two events independent? are they mutually exclusive. yes;yes yes;no no;yes no;no it cannot be determined yes;no 3. There are two prominent, nationally circulated newspapers, The Wall

    asked by Tikima on March 18, 2014
  39. Exercice

    The Stop N’ Go convenience chain recently selected a random sample of 10 customers. The store monitored the number of times each customer made a purchase at the store over a two-month period. The following data were collected: 10 19 17 19 12 20 20 15 16

    asked by petrit on June 25, 2013
  40. Math (Assignment due today)

    Assume 11 males audition, one of them being Winston, 4 females audition, one of them being Jackie, and 5 children audition. The casting director has 3 male roles available, 1 female role available, and 2 child roles available. (1)How many different ways

    asked by Jacky on June 28, 2016
  41. Probablity

    There is a bag with 200 cubes in it. Some of the cubes are red and some are black. You reach into the bag 20 times, each time picking up random cube, recording its color, and putting the cube back in the bag. You picked 7 black cubes and 13 red cubes. With

    asked by Matthew on April 30, 2017
  42. Basic Statistics

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

    asked by John on October 15, 2014
  43. Math Help Please!!!!

    The breaking strengths (say, y) for one foot square samples of a particular synthetic fabric are approximately normally distributed with a mean of 2280 pounds per square inch and a standard deviation of 10.6 psi. a) find the probability of selecting a 1

    asked by Taylor on February 24, 2013
  44. 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 Koia on May 10, 2012
  45. Math help

    A trucking firm delivers appliances for a large retail operation. The packages (or crates) have a mean weight of 306 lb. and a variance of 2209. (Give your answers correct to four decimal places.) (a) If a truck can carry 3940 lb. and 25 appliances need to

    asked by Gayle 79 on June 18, 2013
  46. math

    A trucking firm delivers appliances for a large retail operation. The packages (or crates) have a mean weight of 306 lb. and a variance of 2209. (Give your answers correct to four decimal places.) (a) If a truck can carry 3940 lb. and 25 appliances need to

    asked by Sue7 on June 21, 2013
  47. Statistics help

    A trucking firm delivers appliances for a large retail operation. The packages (or crates) have a mean weight of 306 lb. and a variance of 2209. (Give your answers correct to four decimal places.) (a) If a truck can carry 3940 lb. and 25 appliances need to

    asked by DeeDee7 on June 14, 2013
  48. Math, statistics

    A trucking firm delivers appliances for a large retail operation. The packages (or crates) have a mean weight of 306 lb. and a variance of 2209. (Give your answers correct to four decimal places.) (a) If a truck can carry 4070 lb. and 25 appliances need to

    asked by hanjay on June 8, 2014
  49. math

    If 90% of the households in a certain region have an answering machines and 50% have both answering machines and call waiting, what is the probability that a household chosen at random and found to have an answering machine also has call waiting? This is

    asked by anonymous on October 20, 2007
  50. Math Please Help Me

    1. At your summer job with a research company, you must get a random sample of people from your town to answer a question about spending habits. Which of the following methods is most likely to be random? You survey customers at the local shopping mall.

    asked by YOLO on April 12, 2015
  51. Statistics

    Can anyone tell me how to use TI-84 calculator to solve this problem??? A company has developed a new type of light bulb, and wants to estimate its mean lifetime. A simple random sample of 12 bulbs had a sample mean lifetime of 692 hours with a sample

    asked by Anonymous on June 30, 2013
  52. finite math

    A golf ball is selected at random from a golf bag. If the bag contains 3 black balls, 8 orange balls, and 4 brown balls, find the probability of the event. That the golf ball will be black or orange.

    asked by carol on June 18, 2014
  53. probability

    A golf ball is selected at random from a golf bag. If the bag contains 2 orange balls, 5 red balls, and 18 brown balls, find the probability of the event. That the golf ball will be orange or red.

    asked by carol on June 17, 2014
  54. Math (Probability)

    An urn A contains 6 white balls and 7 black balls. And urn B contains 8 white balls and 6 black balls. A person draws a ball at random from one of the two urns. It turns out to be black. What is probability that the ball was drawn from urn A? (A) 7/14 (B)

    asked by AngelG on October 11, 2012
  55. Math (Probability)

    An urn A contains 6 white balls and 7 black balls. And urn B contains 8 white balls and 6 black balls. A person draws a ball at random from one of the two urns. It turns out to be black. What is probability that the ball was drawn from urn A? (A) 7/14 (B)

    asked by AngelG on October 11, 2012
  56. math ..PLEASE HELP !!!

    A local bank reports that 70% of its customers maintain a chequing acct, 50% have a savings acct and 40% have both.If a customer was chosen at random a) what is the probability customer has a chequing or saving acct b)probability the selected customer has

    asked by Linda on February 23, 2007
  57. statistics

    according to the energy information administration (officially energy statics from the US Government) the mean price for one gallon of unleaded regular gas in the US cities for the year 2007 was 2.80 A random sample of 30 pumps in georgia yielded and

    asked by jen on December 6, 2011
  58. Math

    Eduardo has a red 6-sided number cube and a blue 6-sided number cube. The faces of the cubes are numbered 1 through 6. Eduardo rolls both cubes at the same time. The random variable X is the number on the red cube minus the number on the blue cube. What is

    asked by David on August 23, 2016
  59. statistic

    an employment information service reports that the mean annual salary for full time male workers ages 25 to 34 with a bachelor's degree is $48718. in a random sample of 12 full time males workers ages 25 to 34 with a bachelor's degree, the mean annual

    asked by Ricky on December 6, 2013
  60. Statistics

    A recent study stated that if a person chewed gum the average number of sticks of gum he or she chewed daily was eight. To teat the claim a researcher selected a random sample of 36 gum chewers and found the mean number of sticks of gum chewed per day was

    asked by Camille on April 8, 2009
  61. Math

    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 15, 2017
  62. Statistics

    2. The time (in number of days) until maturity of a certain variety of hot pepper is normally distributed, with mean m and standard deviation s = 2.4. This variety is advertised as taking 70 days to mature. I wish to test the hypotheses H0: m = 70, Ha: m >

    asked by Latoya on November 30, 2008
  63. Statistics

    2. The time (in number of days) until maturity of a certain variety of hot pepper is normally distributed, with mean m and standard deviation s = 2.4. This variety is advertised as taking 70 days to mature. I wish to test the hypotheses H0: m = 70, Ha: m >

    asked by Soa on December 11, 2009
  64. Math

    A 10-in2 section of a 25-in2 dartboard is painted red. If a dart lands at random on the dartboard, what is the probability that it lands in the section painted red?

    asked by Bage123 on October 18, 2012
  65. p

    Alice and Bob each choose at random a real number between zero and one. We assume that the pair of numbers is chosen according to the uniform probability law on the unit square, so that the probability of an event is equal to its area. We define the

    asked by JuanPro on February 7, 2014
  66. probability

    Alice and Bob each choose at random a real number between zero and one. We assume that the pair of numbers is chosen according to the uniform probability law on the unit square, so that the probability of an event is equal to its area. We define the

    asked by JuanPro on February 7, 2014
  67. math

    In a random sample of 200 students who were asked their favorite color, it was found that twenty more students liked blue than purple and eight fewer liked green than blue. Find the number of students who chose each color as their favorite. I posted this

    asked by Samuel on November 6, 2017
  68. statistic

    the academic staff of a large university are provided with a PC each. it is known that after a number of years the PC need to be upgraded. The time interval before upgrading of the PC is distributed normally with a mean of 24 months and a standard

    asked by pusaran on May 19, 2012
  69. math

    random sample of 9600 students. 46% had at least one parent who was a college graduate. Estimate with 99% confidence the proportion of all students who had at least one parent who was a college grad. b) Sample does not include drop outs so estimate is

    asked by Sejul on March 31, 2013
  70. statistics

    Suppose that the percentage returns for a given year for all stocks listed on the new york stock exchange are approximately normally distributed with a mean of 12.4 percent and a standard deviation of 20.6 percent. Consider drawing a random sample of n=5

    asked by ileana on November 9, 2009
  71. Res/342

    Suppose you devised a training program to raise student scores on a standardized test, such as ACT, or AIMS (like in Arizona). You first administer the test to a random sample of students, record their scores, administer the training to these students, and

    asked by Hamilton on November 18, 2011
  72. math

    random sample of 9600 students. Multistage design effect similar to an SRS (for those still in school) 46% had at least one parent who was a college graduate. Estimate with 99% confidence the proportion of all students who had at least one parent who was a

    asked by Please Help on April 3, 2013
  73. Dine

    Men spend an average of 29 minutes per day on weekends and holidays exercising and playing sports. They spend an average of 23 minutes per day reading. A random sample of 25 men resulted in a mean of 35 minutes exercising with a standard deviation of 6.9

    asked by angie on November 10, 2014
  74. Math

    Mrs.Wallace wants to buy 1 1/2 gallons of sour cream for a recipe If sour cream is sold only in 1 pint containers how many containers will she need to buy A.6 B.8 C.12 D.16 B 12.Robert has 17 games in his room He has 6 board games and the rest are video

    asked by Jerald on April 18, 2013
  75. statistics

    Simple question I may be over thinking 30. Gift Baskets: The Gift Basket Sore had the following premade gift baskets containing the following combinations in stock. cookies mugs candy -------------------------------------- coffee 20 13 10 tea 12 10 12

    asked by Anonymous on February 21, 2014
  76. Maths Ms sue

    Select the TWO options that are TRUE statements about survey sampling. Select one or more: (1)Cluster sampling usually increases the sampling error compared to a simple random sample of the same size. (2)In stratified sampling, each member of the

    asked by jenny on May 10, 2016
  77. Statistics

    Of the parts produced by a particular machine, 1.5% are defective. If a random sample of 11 parts produced by this machine contains 2 or more defective parts, the machine is shut down for repairs. Find the probability that the machine will be shut down for

    asked by HELP on December 1, 2013
  78. Math

    In a shipment of alarm clocks, the probability that one alarm clock is defective is 0.04. Charlie selects three alarm clocks at random. If he puts each clock back with the rest of the shipment before selecting the next one, what is the probability that all

    asked by nikkie on December 6, 2013
  79. math

    There are 25 red beads,x blue beads and y green beads in a box.When a bead is picked at random,the probability that it is blue is 1 over 4 and the probability that it is green is 1 over 3. (a)Find the value of x and y. (b)How many blue beads must be added

    asked by mandy on July 7, 2014
  80. Math-Statistics

    Assume that 60% of community college students are female. 1) If we pick 10 students at random justify why we can or cannot model this using a normal model. 2) Find the probability that 8 of the 10 students selected are female. 3) Find the probability that

    asked by Jose on April 8, 2013
  81. algebra 2

    In a shipment of alarm clocks, the probability that one alarm clock is defective is 0.04. Charlie selects three alarm clocks at random. If he puts each clock back with the rest of the shipment before selecting the next one, what is the probability that all

    asked by hannah on November 12, 2013
  82. Probability

    An image , corrupted with noise, has pixels which take the value 1 with probability q and 0 with probability 1−q, with q being the value of a random variable Q which is uniformly on [0,1]. Xi is the value of pixel i, but we observe Yi=Xi+N for each

    asked by organicCoco on November 15, 2018
  83. math,help

    can someone show me these steps with the division like 2 --- 1 which would mean half. the following though. so i can see it. Simplify 3 --- + 1 x-5 ----------- 1 - (4)/(x-5) Get least common denominator. For top part, the LCD is x-5. So the 1 becomes

    asked by jasort20 on March 14, 2007
  84. Math

    he physics department of a college has 9 male professors, 8 female professors, 10 male teaching assistants, and 13 female teaching assistants. If a person is selected at random from the group, find the probability that the selected person is a teaching

    asked by Junior on July 3, 2014
  85. Math check

    The number of ships to arrive at a harbor on any given day is a random variable represented by x. The probability distribution of x is as follows. (Give your answers correct to two decimal places.) x 10 11 12 13 14 P(x) 0.37 0.09 0.05 0.14 0.35 (a) Find

    asked by Nora 55 on June 2, 2013
  86. Math-Probability

    Consider a collection of biased coins, each showing Heads with probability and Tails with probability , independently of the others. The coins are tossed and all coins showing Heads are collected together and tossed again. Write down an expression for the

    asked by sand on January 22, 2012
  87. Math-Probability

    Consider a collection of n biased coins, each showing Heads with probability p and Tails with probability 1-p , independently of the others. The coins are tossed and all coins showing Heads are collected together and tossed again. Write down an expression

    asked by sand on January 23, 2012
  88. Math-Probability

    Consider a collection of n biased coins, each showing Heads with probability p and Tails with probability 1-p , independently of the others. The coins are tossed and all coins showing Heads are collected together and tossed again. Write down an expression

    asked by sand on January 24, 2012
  89. chemistry

    consider a random mixture of two particles,diamond and SiC.Assume all particles are spherical with a radius of 0.100mm. The mixture is 80.0 wt% diamond(density=3.51 g/ml) and 20.0 wt% SiC (density=3.23 g/ml) a)Calculate the mass of a single particle

    asked by mahtab on October 2, 2012
  90. math

    A container has three white balls and two red balls. A first ball is drawn at random and not replaces. Then a second ball is drawn. give the following conditions. What is the probability that the second ball was red? The first ball was white? The first

    asked by Anonymous on September 9, 2010
  91. statistics

    In the past a certain college has found that 35% of the students will grad within 4 years. A random sample of 450 students at this college is taken and going to be followed until graduation. A. What is the sampling distribution of the statistic of

    asked by danny on June 13, 2011
  92. Statistics

    In his management information systems textbook,Professor David Kroenke raises and interesting point:"If 98% of our market has Internet access,do we have a responsibility to provide non-Internet materials to that other 2%?Suppose that 98% of the customers

    asked by John on April 9, 2013
  93. Statistics

    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) collects yearly statistics on drinking behavior in the United States by surveying a random sample of U.S. adults. The following data display the percent of adults aged 18 years and over who had 5 or more drinks in 1

    asked by Mike on July 8, 2013
  94. Math

    Binomial problems: Basic Anita's, a fast-food chain specializing in hot dogs and garlic fries, keeps track of the proportion of its customers who decide to eat in the restaurant (as opposed to ordering the food "to go"), so it can make decisions regarding

    asked by Armando on February 21, 2012
  95. Math

    On the leeward side of the island of Oahu, in the small village of Nanakuli, about 80% of the residents are of Hawaiian ancestry. Let n = 1,2,3.... represent the number of people you must meet until you encounter the first person of Hawaiian ancestry in

    asked by Billy on May 21, 2012
  96. Math

    On the leeward side of the island of Oahu, in the small village of Nanakuli, about 80% of the residents are of Hawaiian ancestry. Let n = 1,2,3.... represent the number of people you must meet until you encounter the first person of Hawaiian ancestry in

    asked by Chad on May 22, 2012
  97. chem

    Which statement is wrong? 1. Adding the same amount of heat to two different objects will produce the same increase in temperature. 2. When the same amount of heat produces different changes in temperature in two substances of the same mass, we say that

    asked by luke on April 25, 2012
  98. math

    susan has red, blue, green, and yellow sweaters, joanne has green, red, purple, and white sweaters, diane's sweaters are red, blue, purple, and mauve, each girl ahs only one sweater of each color and will pick a sweater to wear at random what is the

    asked by lisa on May 13, 2010
  99. Algebra II

    1) A red die and a blue die are tossed. What is the probability that the red die shows a 3 and the blue die shows a number greater than 3? Answer: 3/5 2) Tickets are numbered 1 to 50 and placed in a box. Three tickets are drawn at random without

    asked by Lucy on March 30, 2008
  100. math

    In the year 2003, the population of a certain district was 1.8 million. Thirty percent of the population was in the age group 15-40 years. In the same year, 120,000 people in the district the Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) contra for an HIV test.

    asked by kudu on March 16, 2015

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  47. 47
  48. 48