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  1. Probability

    In a university, 30% of the students major in Business management, 25% major in mathematics and 10% major in both business management and mathematics. A student from this university is selected at random. A) what is the probability that the student majors
  2. 7th grade math (probability)

    I'm not sure how to answer this: 3. THe 7th grade wants to have a back-up representative just in case the first teacher is absent. Based on the same scenario as #2, if a math teacher was chosen to be the 7th grade representative, what is the probablility
  3. Statistics

    There are two boxes, each with several million tickets marked “1” or “0”. The two boxes have the same number of tickets, but in one of the boxes, 49% of the tickets are marked “1” and in the other box 50.5% of the
  4. math

    in a grocery store, butter is sold in “sticks” that are shaped like little bricks. The weights of these sticks are like draws at random with replacement from a population with average 4 ounces and SD 0.2 ounces. The grocery store receives the butter in
  5. statistics

    A professional employee in a large corporation receives an average of = 45 e-mails per day. Most of these e-mails are from other employees in the company. Because of the large number of e-mails, employees find themselves distracted and are unable to
  6. math

    A bag contains red, blue, and orange marbles. If the probability of randomly selecting a red marble is 0.4 and the probability of selecting a red or blue marble is 0.9 what is the probability of selecting a red or orange marble? In my opinion, the easiest
  7. Math. (Didn't understand please help!)

    Suppose 20% of babies born are born early, 50% are born on time, and 30% are born late. A nurse uses a random-number table to find the experimental probability that of 5 births, at least 1 baby will be born early. The digits 0 and 1 represent babies born
  8. check!

    The following statement describes, in random order, events during the transmission of a nerve impulse. Use them to answer the next \g question(s). Event 1: Positive ions flow into the neuron. Event 2: The resting potential of the cell membrane is restored.
  9. check+ please!

    The following statement describes, in random order, events during the transmission of a nerve impulse. Use them to answer the next \g question(s). Event 1: Positive ions flow into the neuron. Event 2: The resting potential of the cell membrane is restored.
  10. Bio _

    The following statement describes, in random order, events during the transmission of a nerve impulse. Use them to answer the next \g question(s). Event 1: Positive ions flow into the neuron. Event 2: The resting potential of the cell membrane is restored.
  11. statistics

    The makers of the MAGNETIZER Engine Energizer System (EES) claim that it improves gas mileage and reduces emissions in automobiles by using magnetic free energy to increase the amount of oxygen in the fuel for greater combustion efficiency. Following are
  12. Bio + check!!

    The following statement describes, in random order, events during the transmission of a nerve impulse. Use them to answer the next \g question(s). Event 1: Positive ions flow into the neuron. Event 2: The resting potential of the cell membrane is restored.
  13. Bio+ chcekc!

    The following statement describes, in random order, events during the transmission of a nerve impulse. Use them to answer the next \g question(s). Event 1: Positive ions flow into the neuron. Event 2: The resting potential of the cell membrane is restored.
  14. Stats.

    An obstetrician maintains that preterm babies (gestation less than 37 weeks) have a higher variability of birth weight than do full-term babies (gestation 37-41 weeks). According to the National Vital Statistics Report, Vol. 48, No. 3, the birth weights of
  15. statistics

    3. The personnel director of a corporation will study the overtime work during the previous year for the 2,575 clerical workers. A sample of 100 of these workers will be chosen at random from the files. The average and the standard deviation of the
  16. Statistics

    Two of the biggest soft drink rivals, Pepsi and Coke, are very concerned about their market shares. The pie chart that follows claims that PepsiCo's share of the beverage market is 25%. Assume that this proportion will be close to the probability that a
  17. Data structure

    Q1. Write a menu driven program for checkout lines in a supermarket, Using Queue data structure and Queue Simulation concepts. Create varied lines of servers depending on the user input initially. Display the queue of each server along with the customers
  18. Probability

    Let θ be an unknown constant. Let W1,…,Wn be independent exponential random variables each with parameter 1. Let Xi=θ+Wi. What is the maximum likelihood estimate of θ based on a single observation X1=x1? Enter your answer in terms of x1
  19. Probability

    Let θ be an unknown constant. Let W1,…,Wn be independent exponential random variables each with parameter 1. Let Xi=θ+Wi. What is the maximum likelihood estimate of θ based on a single observation X1=x1? Enter your answer in terms of x1
  20. Statistics

    Tennis Ball Manufacturing: A company manufactures tennis balls. When its tennis balls are dropped onto a concrete surface from a height of 100 inches, the company wants the mean height of a ball’s bounce upward to be 55.5 inches. This average is
  21. Statistics

    Problem 1 Use the Old Faithful data labelled Duration as a sample for problem 1. a. Determine the proportion of instances that the duration was less than 240 seconds. Also express the proportion as a percent. (hint: proportion is number of successes
  22. Precalculus

    1. Gas Mileage Problem The EPA efficiency rating Ina particular model of new car says that the car is expected to get 22.7 miles per gallon (mpg) of gasoline. Assume that the standard deviation is 1.4 mpg and that the actual mileage are normally
  23. precaculus

    1. Gas Mileage Problem The EPA efficiency rating Ina particular model of new car says that the car is expected to get 22.7 miles per gallon (mpg) of gasoline. Assume that the standard deviation is 1.4 mpg and that the actual mileage are normally
  24. Precalculus

    1. Gas Mileage Problem The EPA efficiency rating Ina particular model of new car says that the car is expected to get 22.7 miles per gallon (mpg) of gasoline. Assume that the standard deviation is 1.4 mpg and that the actual mileage are normally
  25. math HELP!!!!!!

    Suppose 10% of the flights arriving at an airport arrive early, 60% arrive on time, and 30% arrive late. Valerie used the random-number table to find the experimental probability that of 5 flights, at least 2 will arrive late. The digit 0 represents
  26. Stats

    The data below were gathered on a random sample of 5 basking sharks, swimming through the water and filter-feeding, i.e. letting the water bring food into their mouths. Body Length (meters) Mean Speed (meters/seconds) 4 0.89 4.5 0.83 4 0.76 6.5 0.94 5.5
  27. Statistics

    The archeological site of Tara is more than 4000 years old. Tradition states that Tara was the seat of the high kings of Ireland. Because of its archeological importance, Tara has received extensive study (Reference: Tara: An Archeological survey by Conor
  28. Math-Statistics

    Assume you build a Candy castle for which you buy a bag of gummy bears, a block of chocolate and a bag of nuts. The weight of the three ingredients is a random variable (X1, X2 and X3) with mean weights μ1 = 200 gram, μ2 = 400 gram and μ3 =
  29. statistics

    Factories A, B and C produce computers. Factory A produces 3 times as many computers as factory C, and factory B produces 6 times as many computers as factory C. The probability that a computer produced by factory A is defective is 0.02, the probability
  30. statistics

    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,
  31. Math-Pre-Calc

    Suppose that Mr. X will be giving away a golden homework pass to one student in each class. The recipient of this pass is excused from homework all year. He has developed a unique system for determining who will get the pass. 1. First, he wants all
  32. statistics

    An obstetrician maintains that preterm babies (gestation less than 37 weeks) have a higher variability of birth weight than do full-term babies (gestation 37-41 weeks). According to the National Vital Statistics Report, Vol. 48, No. 3, the birth weights of
  33. statistics

    M&M plain candies have weights that are normally distrbuted with a mean weight of 0.8565 gram and a standard deviation of 0.0518 gram. A random sample of 100 M&M candies is obtained from a package containing 465 candies: the package label states that the
  34. Math Help

    Consider the approximately normal population of heights of male college students with mean ì = 69 inches and standard deviation of ó = 4.6 inches. A random sample of 25 heights is obtained. (c) Find the standard error of this sampling distribution. (Give
  35. Math (Pease Help! 2 questions!)

    A bag contains 2 white marbles and 7 purple marbles. Two marbles are drawn at random. One marble is drawn and not replaced. Then a second marble is drawn. c) What is the probability of selecting a purple marble and then a white marble? c) What is the
  36. Statistics

    Suppose that the birth weight of newborn babies in the U.S is normally distributed with a mean of 7 pounds and a standard deviation of 1.6 pounds. Let the random variable X be the birth weight of a randomly selected record of live birth. a) What is the
  37. statistics

    1. Draw a simple random sample of 15 students from your class, and calculate sample mean and sample variance of their heights(use Lottery method ) 2. Three blocks of Coal were analyzed by Four Chemists and the ash-content in the blocks was found to be as
  38. math

    You are forming 3 teams from 25 people. Team A has 8 Team B has 3 Team C has 14 How many ways can team A be selected? How many ways can team B selected from the remaining people? How many ways can team C be selected from the remaining people? How many ways
  39. computer science

    i have two numbers... 1564656 1981676 i want to check if the first and the last number from a string of these numbers are the same or not...how would i do that. how would i just compare the first and a last number and ignore the other numbers in this
  40. college mathematics

    Three people are to be selected at random, each will be given one gift card. There is one card from Home Depot,one from Best Buy and one from Red Lobster. The first person selected will get to choose between the two remaining cards. The third person
  41. Statistics

    When consumers apply for credit, their credit is rated using the FICO score. A bank manager used a random sample of the credit scores of 18 customers and determined the following 95% confidence interval: (613.6, 708.0) If the sample used 45 customers
  42. math check probability

    5. A bag contains 7 green marbles and 4 white marbles. You select a marble at random. What are the odds in favor of picking a green marble? A. 7:11**? B. 7:4 C. 4:7 D. 3:7 ------------------------------------ 6. Food Express is running a special promotion
  43. Math

    Can someone please double check my answers (My answers are in Capital) 1. If you produce a million products a day and you want to test ten of them to determine if they are up to standard, which ones will you choose? a. The second ten B. TEN RANDOM UNITS c.
  44. check!

    Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, February 22, 2007 at 12:20pm. The following statement describes, in random order, events during the transmission of a nerve impulse. Use them to answer the next \g question(s). Event 1: Positive ions flow into the neuron.
  45. statistics

    1.A magazine reported that 6% of Americans read the news paper while driving. 100 drivers are selected at random, find the probability that exactly 25 of them say they read the newspaper while driving.(normal binomial formula to solve) 2. A survey of 30
  46. Maths

    Please help. I completed 1-6 but these 4 are hard; the wording confusing. 1) Jane is playing a game of Monopoly, if she throws six on her next turn she will land on community chest. If she throws eight she will land on Mayfair with a hotel (owned by
  47. Statistics

    The archeological site of Tara is more than 4000 years old. Tradition states that Tara was the seat of the high kings of Ireland. Because of its archeological importance, Tara has received extensive study (Reference: Tara: An Archeological survey by Conor
  48. Statistics

    I don't mind you showing me the caluclator key strokes to do this or show me the mathematical way whice ever thanks Here is a simple probability model for multiple-choice tests. Suppose that a student has probability p of correclty ansering a question
  49. math

    A specially made pair of dice has only one- and two-spots on the faces. One of the dice has three faces with one-spot and three faces with two-spot. The other die has two faces with one-spot and four faces with a two-spot. One of the dice is selected at
  50. MATH(STATISTICS)

    Urn A contains R red balls and W white balls, urn B contains r red balls and w white balls. a.If an urn is selected at random and a ball drawn, what is the probability that the ball is red? b.If a ball is drawn from urn A and put into urn B, and then a
  51. Math

    Left hand! right hand Female___!________ Male_____!_______ Total-18 ! 122 The incomplete table above summarizes the number of left-handed students and right-handed students by gender for the eighth grade students at Keisel Middle School. There are 5 times
  52. Statistics

    An entertainment company owns and operates movie theaters in Wyoming. The president of the company is concerned that film rentals are hurting the business. They directed a staff member to estimate the total number of films rented by households in Wyoming
  53. Statistic

    You plan to conduct a political poll of people in Berkeley, asking whether people prefer apples (A) or bananas (B). You have been endowed with the ability to select people completely at random from the population of Berkeley. If you ask n randomly selected
  54. Probability

    Consider a fire alarm that senses the environment constantly to figure out if there is smoke in the air and hence to conclude whether there is a fire or not. Consider a simple model for this phenomenon. Let Θ be the unknown true state of the
  55. math

    Three people are to be selected at random, each will be given one gift card. There is one card from Home Depot,one from Best Buy and one from Red Lobster. The first person selected will get to choose between the two remaining cards. The third person
  56. statistic

    A random sample of 20 customers who drive luxury cars showed that their average distance driven between oil changes was 3187 miles with a sample standard deviation of 42.50 miles. Another sample of 10 customers who drive compact lower-price cars resulted
  57. Math

    Ms. Tenley's class has 25 students. Two of the students have visited no other countries other than the United States. Five of the students have visited at least 1 other country. Ten students have visited 2, four students have visited 3, 3 students have
  58. statistics

    One method for estimating the availability of office space in large cities is to conduct a random sample of offices, and calculate the proportion of offices currently being used. Suppose that real estate agents believe that of all offices are currently
  59. Statistics

    Before i state my question I would like to note that I have to do a one tailed test but i don't know how to with the information given. I need a standard deviation, i need a mean, but do i use the mean for yrs drivin or number accidents. Please explain 2.)
  60. Statistics

    I have completed 6 questions but after 2 hours still cannot do these 4 questions. Please help 1) Jane is playing a game of Monopoly, if she throws six on her next turn she will land on community chest. If she throws eight she will land on Mayfair with a
  61. Statistics

    For all of the following use the five step process to solve the problem in the question, that is, state the null hypothesis, the alternative hypothesis, the level of significance and the type of test (z-test, t-test, p-value, confidence limit and whether
  62. algebra

    Please help me anybody Abby Garland is parked at a mile marker on an east -west country road.She decides to toss a fair coin 10 times ,each time driving 1 mile east if it lands heads up and 1 mile west if it lands up tails up. The term random walk applies
  63. Math

    Can someone answer a question similar to a and b so I can use as an example. Consider the following binomial random variables. (a) The number of tails seen in 47 tosses of a quarter. (i) Find the mean. (Give your answer correct to one decimal place.) (ii)
  64. Statistics

    In a study of the effect of a medical treatment, a simple random sample of 300 of the 500 participating patients was assigned to the treatment group; the remaining patients formed the control group. When the patients were assessed at the end of the study,
  65. physical science

    plse make sure these are correct 1.When an atom loses an electron is.. a. becomes a negative ion. b. becomes a positive ion. c. forms a covalent bond. d. gains protons is the answer D 2.Which of these is a property of an ionic compound? a. low melting
  66. Statistics

    Upon examining its records, a hospital computes the distribution of the number of days a patient stays at the hospital. They find that 50% of patients stayed just one day before leaving. 30% stayed two days, and 10% stayed 3 days. a.) A patient is selected
  67. Chemistry(Please check)

    1) choose the correct statement about the postulates of kinetic theory of gases. a) a sample of a gas consists of a small number of large particles close together. b) the movement of gas molecules is predictable, not random. c) when gas molecules collide,
  68. FORMAL ESSAY - PLEASE HELP!!

    Tomorrow I am to write a formal persuasive essay of up to 500 words ONLY, within ONE hr ONLY, as a written portion of an application. We are to be given a passage & then are to respond with a formal persuasive essay in response to a following given
  69. business statistics

    The International Council of Shopping Centers reports that the average teenager spends $39 during a shopping trip to the mall. The promotions director of a local mall has used a variety of strategies to attract area teens to his mall, including live bands
  70. statistics

    The international olympic committe states that the female participation in the 2004 summer olympic games was 42%, even with new sports such as weight lifting, hammer throw, and modern pentathalon being added to the games. Broadcasting and clothing
  71. MATH HELP?!?!?!

    1. Maria has the following scores in her mathematics class: 86 75 97 58 94 and 58 a: Find the mean median and mode b: Should Maria's Mathematics class teacher use mean median or mode of the exam to convince Maria that she needs to study more regularly? 2.
  72. math

    In surveys about sensitive topics, respondents are sometimes given ways to “hide” their answers from the surveyor. In a survey of taxpayers, one of the questions is, “Did you cheat on your taxes?” To answer, the respondent is asked to toss a coin.
  73. mathematic

    In surveys about sensitive topics, respondents are sometimes given ways to “hide” their answers from the surveyor. In a survey of taxpayers, one of the questions is, “Did you cheat on your taxes?” To answer, the respondent is asked to toss a coin.
  74. Algebra

    1)A bookshelf holds 4 mysteries, 3 biograpghies, 1 book of poetry, and 2 reference books. If a book is selected at random from the shelf, find the probability that the book selected is a biography or reference book. A)1/2 B)1/6 C)5/6 D)3/50 I chose A 5
  75. maths (probability)

    1) A basket contains 3 red and 2 yellow apples. Two apples are chosen at random. Find the following probabilities: a) P(one red, one yellow) b) P(at least one red) 2) A card is drawn from a standard deck. Find the following probabilities: a) P(a jack or a
  76. Probability and Statistics

    According to Masterfoods, the company that manufactures M&M’s, 12% of peanut M&M’s are brown, 15% are yellow, 12% are red, 23% are blue, 23% are orange and 15% are green. You randomly select peanut M&M’s from an extra-large bag looking for an orange
  77. Statistics

    In 1990, the average annual Medicare spending per enrollee was $3267; in 2003, the average annual Medicare spending per enrollee was $6883. Supposed you hired a consulting firm to take a sample of fifty 2003 Medicare emrollees to further investigate the
  78. Math

    A biologist has determined that a particular osprey has a 70% chance of catching a fish on any given day. Carry out a simulation of 20 trials using the random number table below to find the probability that the osprey will actually catch a fish on all of
  79. Algebra 2

    A biologist has determined that a particular osprey has a 70% chance of catching a fish on any given day. Carry out a simulation of 20 trials using the random number table below to find the probability that the osprey will actually catch a fish on all of
  80. math

    A medical researcher wants to determine whether male pulse rates vary more or less than female pulse rates. Using the sample pulse rates in Data Set 1 in Appendix B, the male pulse rates can be summarized with the statistics 40=n,69.4=x,11.3=s. For
  81. Math :(

    A bag contains 2 white marbles and 7 purple marbles. Two marbles are drawn at random. One marble is drawn and not replaced. Then a second marble is drawn. 1. What is the probability of selecting a purple marble and then a white marble? 2. What is the
  82. math

    susan, joanne, and diane are triplets. susan has red, blue, green, and yellow sweaters. janne has green, red, purple, and white sweaters. diane's sweaters are red, blue, purple, and mauve. each girl has only one sweater of each color, and will pic a
  83. Statistics

    You are interested in estimating the mean of a population. you plan to take a random sample from the population and use the samples mean as an estimate of population mean. Assuming that the population from which you select your sample is normal, which of
  84. Statistics

    I am respectfully requesting help with the following assignment. I am struggling in this chapter of statistics... Define the term sample? A) A sample is a numeric characteristic of a sample B) A sample is a numeric characteristic of a population C) A
  85. statistics

    There are two boxes, each with several million tickets marked “1” or “0”. The two boxes have the same number of tickets, but in one of the boxes, 49% of the tickets are marked “1” and in the other box 50.5% of the tickets are marked “1”.
  86. Statistic

    TABLE 12-6 The dean of a college is interested in the proportion of graduates from his college who have a job offer on graduation day. He is particularly interested in seeing if there is a difference in this proportion for accounting and economics majors.
  87. Statistics (44)

    The travel-to-work time for residents of the 15 largest cities in the United States is reported in the 2003 Information Please Almanac. Suppose that a preliminary simple random sample of residents of San Francisco is used to develop a planning value of
  88. math

    Three people are being selected at random, each will be given one gift card. There is one card from Home Depot,one from Best Buy and one from Red Lobster. The first person selected will get to choose between the two remaining cards. The third person
  89. Math

    An insurance company wishes to examine the relationship between income (in $,000) and the amount of life insurance (in $,000) held by families. The company drew a simple random sample of families and obtained the following results: Family - Income - Amount
  90. math

    An insurance company wishes to examine the relationship between income (in $,000) and the amount of life insurance (in $,000) held by families. The company drew a simple random sample of families and obtained the following results: Family - Income - Amount
  91. Statistics

    A simple random sample of 50 female 14-year-olds is selected. The sample mean height of the girls is found to be 62 inches. Assume the height of 14-year-old girls is normally distributed with a standard deviation of 5 inches. 1. Based on these data, a 95%
  92. prob and stats

    The tread lives of the Super Titan radial tires under normal driving conditions are normally distributed with a mean of 34000 mi and a standard deviation of 1700 mi. (a) What is the probability that a tire selected at random will have a tread life of more
  93. Check Answers PLEASE

    Paula asked 30 students what they ate for lunch. All the students had at least a sandwich, salad or fruit. ********************************* QUESTION A Draw a Venn Diagram. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * THIS IS THE INFORMATION FROM THE DIAGRAM: 5
  94. AE

    · Choose one of the following issues regarding students’ rights and teachers’ responsibilities: o Random student locker searches without permission ( I chose this one) o Student safety on field trips o Student news articles and freedom of speech ·
  95. statistics

    What is your conclusion based on the following data? A survey was conducted to study the effects of weight loss from a low fat diet. Two random samples of 100 people each were selected. One group was put on the low fat diet and the other group on the
  96. math

    A random sample of the houses in a particular city is selected and each of the houses in a particular city is selected and each of the house's level of radon gas is measured. The values collected are given in the table below in parts per million (ppm). 4 8
  97. statistics

    The average temperature in households is 67.6 degrees F. The standard deviation is 4.2 degrees F. A random sample of 51 households is to be selected (a) What is the probability that the average of this sample will be above 68.3 degrees F? Probability = (4
  98. Business Statistics

    The manager of a vacation resort has claimed that, on average, a guest spends at least $3000 at the resort during a one week stay, including meals and entertainment. A member of the accounting staff does not believe the amount is that high. They authorize
  99. Probability

    Consider a fire alarm that senses the environment constantly to figure out if there is smoke in the air and hence to conclude whether there is a fire or not. Consider a simple model for this phenomenon. Let Θ be the unknown true state of the
  100. math

    1.) 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

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