1. medical terminology/exercise science terminology

    which one of the following fitness tests is best for sedentary individuals a.one mile walk test b.strep test c.one -RM test d.cycle ergometer test my answer is d
  2. stats

    which test to use One-sample or independent samples t-test? A researcher tests five individuals who have seen paid political ads about a particular issue. These individuals take a multiple-choice test about the issue in which people in general (who know
  3. stats

    A physical fitness association is including the mile run in its secondary-school fitness test. The time for this event for boys in secondary school is known to possess a normal distribution with a mean of 460 seconds and a standard deviation of 50 seconds.
  4. Math

    A physical fitness association is including the mile run in its secondary-school fitness test. The time for this event for boys in secondary school is known to possess a normal distribution with a mean of 450 seconds and a standard deviation of 50 seconds.
  5. math

    A physical fitness association is including the mile run in its secondary-school fitness test. The time for this event for boys in secondary school is known to posses a normal distribution with a mean of 450 seconds and a standard deviation of 50 seconds.
  6. Alegebra

    A physical fitness association is including the mile run in its secondary-school fitness test. The time for this event for boys in secondary school is known to possess a normal distribution with a mean of 450 seconds and a standard deviation of 50 seconds.
  7. statistics

    A physical fitness association is including the mile run in its secondary-school fitness test. The time for this event for boys in secondary school is known to possess a normal distribution with a mean of 440 seconds and a standard deviation of 60 seconds.
  8. math

    Adam took five tests and received a grade for each of them. The first test was 92%, the second test was 83%, and the mean of the five tests was 85%. What can you conclude? a. the lowest test score. b. the highest test score. c. the mean of the last three
  9. Statistics

    A physical fitness association is including the mile run in its secondary-school fitness test. The time for this event for boys in secondary school is known to possess a normal distribution with a mean of 460 seconds and a standard deviation of 40 seconds.
  10. Elementary Algebra

    Walk 1or2 miles. Check the time before starting your walk and at the end of your walk. Determine your waling rate in minutes per mile. Create an equation that describes the rate. walk 1 mile time 6:00 to 7:30 so this would be 90minutes and that is where I
  11. tax income

    To be a qualifying child, the taxpayer must meet three general tests and five specific tests. What are the three general tests? A. Relationship test, residency test and gross income test B. Support test, age test and relationship test C. Dependent taxpayer
  12. math

    A physical fitness association is including the mile run in its secondary-school fitness test. The time for this event for boys in secondary school is known to possess a normal distribution with a mean of 450 seconds and a standard deviation of 40 seconds.
  13. math

    if a patient walked 1/4 mile sun, 1/3 mile mon, 1/2mile tues, 7/12 mile wed, 3/4 mile thurs, 5/6 mile fri, and 1 fll mile sat, how many miles did the patient walk in a week?
  14. tax income

    To be a qualifying child, the taxpayer must meet three general tests and five specific tests. What are the three general tests? A. Relationship test, residency test and gross income test B. Support test, age test and relationship test C. Dependent taxpayer
  15. Geometry

    Which of these is a valid conclusion? Answer A. All sergeants clear a fitness test. Harry has cleared a fitness test. Therefore, Harry is a sergeant. B. All sergeants clear a fitness test. Harry has not cleared a fitness test. Therefore, Harry is not a
  16. physc

    the disadvantages of group intelligence tests include thats: a. all test takers must wait until all registered individuals arrive. b. proctors are often insonsistent and allow some test takers a longer time to respond or to take testing breaks. c. some
  17. Psychology

    disadvantage of group intelligence tests include that a. all test taker must wait until all registered individuals arrive b. proctors are often inconsistent and allow some test takers a longer time to respond or to take testing breaks c. some test taker
  18. Math

    In a 4 mile walk, Jenny covered the first 2 mile in 40 minutes. How fast should she walk the rest of the way to average 3.5 miles per hour overall?
  19. math

    Can someone assit me with my two math problems Assume that the salaries of elementary school teachers in the united states are normally distributed with the mean of 36,000 and a standard deviation of 6,000. What is the cut off salary for teachers in the
  20. math

    walk 1 mile to house and 1/2 mile to school how far you walk altogether
  21. Statistics

    A physical fitness association is including the mile run in its secondary-school fitness test for boys. The time for this event for boys in secondary school is normally distributed with a mean of 450 seconds and a standard deviation of 40 seconds. If the
  22. Math

    A student got these marks on 7math tests: 91%,75%,95%,,80%,83%,86%,68% What mark will the student need on the 8th test to make each statement true? a)The mean of the tests is 84% b)The mode of the eight tests is 86% c)The median of the eight tests is 84%
  23. math

    joel walked 2/5 of a mile to the store. 3/10 of a mile to the library,and 1/20 of a mile to the post office. how far did he walk
  24. Business

    If a pre-employment test (such as personality tests/aptitude test etc)is reliable can it can still be discriminatory? I know that tests should be reliable and valid as well as a test should not be discriminatory...but I feel that the answer is true because
  25. fitness

    what would a fitness test be for a non uniform public service be??? thank you
  26. math grade 12

    Sara got 85% and 89% on her first two Maths tests. What must she get on her third test to have at least a 90% test average. Assume three tests, represent the problem with an inequality and then solve it.
  27. math

    Jill knows her average score on five tests is 88. She can find all but one test. She has tests with scores of 96,83,100, and 79. What is the missing test?
  28. Math

    Wanda wants to have a test average of 90 her four science tests. On the first three tests, she got scores of 84, 96, and 85. What does she need on her last test to reach her goal?
  29. graduate statistics

    A nursing professor was curious as to whether the students in a very large class she was teaching who turned in their tests first scored differently from the overall mean on the test. The overall mean score on the test was 75 with a standard deviation of
  30. Business statistics

    4. A study of the ability of individuals to walk in a straight line (“Can We Really Walk Straight?”, Amer. J. of Physical Anthro., 1992:19-27) reported the accompanying data on cadence (strides per second) for a sample of 20 randomly selected
  31. Persuasive Essay (Please, help me!)

    Please, help me! I'm struggling to write my persuasive essay that must be completed by tonight. I don't know know whether that which I have written makes sense. I don't know what else to write, either! My essay is about why high school students should be
  32. Algebra 2 Probability

    a math teach gave her students two tests. on the first test, 64% of the class passed the test, but only 40% of the class lassed both tests. What is the probablity that a student passes the second test given they passed the first one? Ms. sue or Steve help!
  33. MATH/Probability

    our different written driving tests are administered by the MVD. one of these four tests is selected at random for each applicant for a drivers test. if a group consisting of two women and three men apply for a license, what is the probability that a.
  34. English

    Can you please tell me if the following senences are possible? 1)I'm always stricter than him (or than he is) when evaluating the students' tests. 2) In spite of being ill (Can you say "despite being ill"), he decided to go for a walk. 3)He was ill. Yet
  35. hard probability question

    four different written driving tests are administered by the MVD. on of these four tests is selected at random for each applicant for a drivers test. if a group consisting of two women and three men apply for a license, what is the probability that a.
  36. Health (Ms. Sue)

    1. Choose one component of your physical fitness that you would like to improve. A: I would like to improve my cardiorespiratory endurance. 2. What exercise would be a good indicator of your fitness in this area? A: Being able to run a mile would be a good
  37. Math

    In your​ class, you have scores of 73,85,76, and 92 on the first four of five tests. To get a grade of Upper C, the average of the first five tests scores must be greater than or equal to 70 and less than 80. a) Solve an inequality to find the least
  38. Statistica tests

    What are some basic statistical tests that can be used to analyze variability in a specific set of repeated measurements? It really depends on the nature of the data. The binomial test, and z test are often used. It really depends on the nature of the
  39. Algebra

    Walk 1 or 2 miles. Check the time before starting your walk and at the end of your walk. Determine your walking rate in minutes per mile. Create an equation that describes this rate.
  40. bridge

    Mr. Feng conducted five math tests. Trinity had completed four tests and scored 79, 78, 82, and 75. She wanted to achieve an average of 80% in her math tests. Write an inequality to find the minimum score Trinity can make on the fifth test in order to
  41. Statistics

    Hi. I need to complete hypothesis tests and i am unsure if i used the correct tests for each of the following: 1. Do people actually prefer Pepsi or Coke in a taste test? 2. Can people correctly identify Pepsi versus Coke? 3. Are people consistent with
  42. statistics

    A Coach found the correlation between physical fitness and athletic ability to be r=.65. the mean and standard deviation of the physical fitness test was 330, 50. the mean and standard deviation of the athletic ability test was 9, 2. If you have a physical
  43. Health

    Dr. Margo Maine suggests that people exercise for the three F’s which include ________. A. Fun, fitness and friendship B. Fun, faith and fitness C. Fitness, fortification, and force D. Fitness, fun, and fairness A?
  44. math

    Suppose that humans walk about 10,000 steps perday on average. Your average step is probably about 18 inches. If so, how many inches per day do you walk? How many feet per day do you walk? How many miles per day do you walk, to the nearest whole mile?
  45. Math

    On Friday Naomi walked 3/4 of a mile. On Saturday she walked 1 2/3 of a mile On Sunday she walked 2 3/5 of a mile. How many miles did she walk in total?
  46. Friedman test: Can !?

    I have 28 participants. Each completed five tests. The maximum score a participant could receive on any one test was 4/4. The lowest score anyone could receive was zero. I will do a Friedman test for this paired data. My question: given that I have a very
  47. math

    If you walk 5/ 8 mile and then jog 4/ 7 ​mile, what is the total distance​ covered? How much farther did you walk than​ jog? The total distance covered is nothing miles. ​(Simplify your answer. Type an​ integer, simplified​ fraction, or
  48. algebra

    If you walk 3/4 mile and then jog 2/5 mile, what is the total distance covered?
  49. Math

    Joel walked 2/5 of a mile to the store, 3/10 of a mile to the library, and 1/20 of a mile to the post office. Let x = the total distance Joel walked. Hw far did he walk? Draw a picture.
  50. Comm/215

    Q: Some tests are so hard that no one does well on them other tests are too easy and don't really test comprehension. A: Some tests are are so hard that no one does well on them, other test are too easy and don't really test comprehension. Is this correct?
  51. statistics

    In a certain population, 1% of all individuals are carriers of a particular disease. A diagnostic test for this disease has a 90% detection rate for carriers and a 5% detection rate for non- carriers. Suppose that the diagnostic test is applied
  52. math

    joann can walk a mile in 1/4 of an hour . at this rate how far can she walk in 4 hours
  53. statistics

    (Blood Test Problem) Suppose 100 people are waiting for blood test for a kind of disease. The probability that for one person the test result is positive equals 0.1. Two test methods are as follows: Method 1: Test one by one. Then we have to do 100 tests.
  54. math

    It takes Nancy 15 minutes to walk a mile. How many miles can she walk in one and a half hours?
  55. Fitness

    How can you use body composition tests in real life?
  56. Math

    Alicia walked 7/8 mile on Saturday and 6/8 mile on Sunday. How far did she walk over the weekend? Give the answer as a mixed number.
  57. English

    I left out these sentences. Thank you very much. 1) I would appreciate receiving some news from you. 2) Did you remember to lock the door? I remember going to primary school with my grandfather. 3) She mentioned moving into a bigger house. 4) The woman
  58. Algebra

    A student is taking a literature course in which four tests are given. To get a B, he must average at least 80 on the four tests. The student got scores of 82, 76, and 78 on the first three tests. Determine (in terms of inequality) what scores on the last
  59. Microbiology

    Which of the following tests are used to differentiate between these bacteria: Tests: Bacitracin Test, SXT Test, CAMP Test, Enterococcosel Agar, 6.5% NaCl Test and Optochin Test A) Streptococcus viridans and Streptococcus faecalis B) Group A and Group B
  60. Calc

    Does 1/ln(x+1) converge or diverge? I've tried the nth term test, limit comparison test, and integral test. All I get is inconclusive. The other tests I have (geometric series, p-series, telescoping series, alternating series, and root tests) don't apply.
  61. statistics

    A researcher hypothesizes that individuals who listen to classical music will score differently from the general population on a test of spatial ability. On a standardized test of spatial ability, (u = 58). A random sample of 14 individuals who listen to
  62. CTS practice tests

    I am scheduled to take my CTS test for music in a few weeks. I've been looking on-line for practice tests or old tests that I could take to prepare for the exam. Any clues where I might find some? Thanks
  63. math

    if a man walked 1/12th of a mile one day 2/12ths of a mile the next day and 3/12ths of a mile the next day on what day did he walk a complete mile
  64. Math

    Police report that 88% of drivers stopped on suspicion of drunk driving are given a breath test, 15% a blood test, and 10% both tests. What is the probability that the next driver stopped on suspicion of drunk driving is given: i) at least one of the
  65. STATISTIC ****HELP****

    The tests done to determine if someone is HIV positive are called Enzyme immunoassay or EIA tests. The test screens a blood sample for the presence of antibodies to HIV. Like most tests, this test is not perfect. The table below shows the approximate
  66. Math

    There are four tests in a year. The first test is worth 26%, the second is worth 20%, the third test is worth 30%, and the fourth test is 20%. Maria received a 59% on her first test. To receive a final mark of 65%, what is the minimum she needs to obtain
  67. social science statistics

    a professor was curious to whether the students in a very large class she was teaching who turned in their first scored differently from the overall mean on the test.The overall mean score on the test was 75 with a standard deviation of 10;the score were
  68. student supervision

    reminding students of rules and leading them towards self-discipline ia an example of what duty? (a)classroom organization (b)classroom maintenance (c)classroom responsibilities (d)classroom management(my answer) who does most of the talking in a student
  69. help ASAP Statistic

    The tests done to determine if someone is HIV positive are called Enzyme immunoassay or EIA tests. The test screens a blood sample for the presence of antibodies to HIV. Like most tests, this test is not perfect. The table below shows the approximate
  70. Statistic help ASAP Please

    The tests done to determine if someone is HIV positive are called Enzyme immunoassay or EIA tests. The test screens a blood sample for the presence of antibodies to HIV. Like most tests, this test is not perfect. The table below shows the approximate
  71. math

    jim has grades of 84, 65, 76 on three tests. what grade must he obtain on the next test to have an average of exactly 80% for all four tests?
  72. Fitness

    Which one of the following individuals is most likely to engage in leisure-time physical activity
  73. 9gr

    Caleb scored the following on his first four tests: 78, 84, 88, and 82. What is the least grade he can receive on his next test to have an average of 85 for the five tests? a.66 b.83 c.93 d.100
  74. Maths

    Jim has grades of 84, 65, and 76 on three math tests. What grade must he obtain on the next test to have an average of exactly 80 for the four tests?
  75. algebra

    Danna wants to get 93 average in her three tests she took two tests and the scores are 89 and 94 what should be her score in the next test?. I know the answer . However I don't know the way please help
  76. math

    Jennifer's scores on her first four science tests were 85, 76, 89 and 92. What score must she make on the fifth test to have the mean of the five tests equal 85?
  77. Math

    Write and graph an inequality for the daily number of calories that are recommended for a sedentary male. The graph shows Sedentary as: no more than 2200 calories.
  78. Math

    1) in a possible class, Rosa will take a total of 4 tests. She has already taken 2 of the tests and received scores of 81 and 83. What is the least possible score Rosa can obtain on the third test to still obtain an average score of 85 on all 4 tests?
  79. math

    jones attained the following scores in three tests 36,75,60. if his average in four tests is 75, find his mark in the fourth test.
  80. Statistics

    Suppose that two different tests A and B are to be given to a student chosen at random from a certain population. Suppose also that the mean score on test A is 85, and the standard deviation is 10; the mean score on test B is 90, and the standard deviation
  81. Physical Education

    Discuss the pros and cons of the PACER test. ( fitness test)
  82. Stats

    A professor believes that all Thursday sections are cursed and will always score lower on tests compared to Monday sections. To tests this he collects samples of test scores from these two sections. For Monday's section, the mean test score was 60, the
  83. marketing

    Select at minimum 3 major types of tests (examples include cognitive abilities, motor and physical abilities, personality & interests, and achievement tests, work sampling, etc) and discuss the legal and ethical implications you see with each test. What
  84. Hunting training

    12. Which of the following statements is false? A. In a hunting test, a dog competes against a standard of perfection rather than against other dogs. B. A hunting test is a non-competitive event. C. Hunting tests are available for pointing breeds,
  85. math

    Suppose that humans walk about 10,000 steps per day, on awerage. 1. Your average step is probably about 18 inches. If so, how many inches per day do you walk? 2. How many feet per day do you walk? 3. How many miles per day do you wa;k, to the nearest whole
  86. Calculus

    If you have a geometric alternating series, and you prove that the series is converging by doing geometric series test, and NOT alternating series test, then does that allow you to say that the series converges ABSOLUTELY? Or should you do alternate series
  87. Word Problem

    A math teacher gives two different tests to measure students' aptitude for math. Scores on the first test are normally distributed with a mean of 25 and a standard deviation of 4.6. Scores on the second test are normally distributed with a mean of 68 and a
  88. English

    I have 28 participants. Each completed five tests. The maximum score a participant could receive on any one test was 4/4. The lowest score anyone could receive was zero. I will do a Friedman test for this paired data. My question: given that I have a very
  89. DATABASE.PLEASE!!

    CAN ANYONE DIRECT ME HOW TO EXTRACT A BUSINESS RULE AND RELATIONSHIP FROM THIS PARAGRAPH.? *I KNOW ITS MANY TO MANY RELATIONSHIP. BUT I STILL HAVE PROBLEM TO COMPLETELY BREAK THE RELATIONSHIP DOWN TO ONE TO MANY. PARAGRAPH: Students will also be required
  90. Math

    Linda has a total of 225 on 3 tests. The sum of the scores on the first and second tests exceeds her third score by 61. Her first test exceeds her second by 6 points. Find Linda's 3 test scores.
  91. Math/probability

    Five different written driving tests are administered by the Motor Vehicle Department. One of these five tests is selected at random for each applicant for a driver's license. A group consisting of two women and three men apply for a license. (a) What is
  92. Math

    Jody walked 1/3 mile on Monday, 2/3 mile on Wednesday, and 1 3/4 miles on Friday. In simplest form, how far did Jody walk in all on those three days?
  93. Math

    Tom has taken 3 tests with an average of 88%. However, Tom really wants an A. To get an A, he has to have an average score of 93%. What score does he need on the final test to get an A? I just don't get it. Can someone walk me through the steps to get to
  94. Math

    If you walk5/6 mile and then jog 4/5 mile, what is the total distance covered? How much farther did you walk than jog?
  95. statistics

    Use the following scenario to answer the next 5 questions. Millions of Americans are subjected to drug testing in the workplace. The tests are not always reliable. A false positive rate of 5% is considered to be a conservative estimate. Suppose that there
  96. Algebra

    If you walk 4/5mile and then jog 3/8 mile what is the total distance covered how much farther did you walk than jog
  97. Math

    The length of a track around a football field is 1/4 mile. How many miles do you walk if you walk 2 3/4 times around the track?
  98. Math

    Suppose 1% of the population is known to have a medical condition. There is a test for the condition, and 80% of people with the condition test positive for it. Also, 10% of people without the condition test positive for it. Follow these steps to find the
  99. College Level Probability

    Four different written driving tests are administered by the Motor Vehicle Department. One of these four tests is selected at random for each applicant for a driver's license. If a group of 5 applicants (consisting of 2 women and 3 men) apply for a
  100. Help me please

    If you walk 8/9 miles and then jog 1/2 mile, what is the total distance covered? How much farther did you walk than jog?