Zainah H.

asked • 09/15/21

Elementary Statistics with Probability

Mars, Inc., claims that an average 12.5% of its M&M plain candies are green with a standard deviation of 3.31% at its New Jersey factory. Meanwhile, an average of 19.8% of them are green with a standard deviation of 3.99% at its Tennessee factory. When you select a random sample of 100 M&Ms, you find that there are 9 green candies in it. Is this result unusual? Which factory’s M&M do you think you were eating? Explain.

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Michael M. answered • 09/15/21

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M.D USMLE Step 1, B.S in Health Sciences with Multiple Publications

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