H1: mean1=mean 2 HA: Mean1 does not equal mean 2 Alpha=0.1 mean1=21.29313 s^2=3.056543 mean2=21.9973 s^2=0.616692 Pooled variance: 1.878584 1.Indicate...

H1: mean1=mean 2 HA: Mean1 does not equal mean 2 Alpha=0.1 mean1=21.29313 s^2=3.056543 mean2=21.9973 s^2=0.616692 Pooled variance: 1.878584 1.Indicate...

The length of time students needed in order to complete a statisics test followed a distribution that was approximately normal. The mean was 74 minutes. The standard deviation was 8 minutes.

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assume that adults have iq scores that are normally distributed with a mean of 105 and a standard deviation of 15. Find the probability that a randomly selected adult has an IQ less than 135.

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Scores on a SAT form a normal distribution of µ = 500 and σ = 100 1) What is the minimum score necessary to be in the top 20% of the SAT distribution? 2) find the range...

My sample standard deviation is 1.251

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The mean and the median are equal. 2 comma 3 comma 4 comma 5,

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finding the missing number in a sequence of numbers that have a mean of a certain number.

construct 98% confidence interval. lower and upper bounderies needed

This is statistics question.

I was thinking it may be 10!/5! but am not sure

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What is the probability if we selected a 6 letter arrangement at random that is would contain no repeated letters? Using the word TERMINAL

What is the probability of selecting 6 letters are there without repeats and contain at least 1 vowel, given the set of 6 letter sequence without repeats? using the word terminal. Sorry...