Why is the Standard deviation which is 12, 10, 9, 8, 6, 45, so large compared to Standard deviation 12,10,9,8,6
Why is the Standard deviation which is 12, 10, 9, 8, 6, 45, so large compared to Standard deviation 12,10,9,8,6
What is your conclusion for the following claim: Claim: p = 0.34, P-value = 0.014, and α (alpha) = 0.05. A. there is not enough information to draw a conclusion B...
Find the percentile for the data value. Data set: 55, 38, 30, 66, 67, 68, 44data value: 55
Claim: p = 0.34, P-value = 0.014, and α (alpha) = 0.05.
The probability that a radish seed will germinate is 0.7. A gardener plants seeds in batches of 17. Find the standard deviation for the number of seeds germinating in each batch.
The computed test statistic (rounded to two decimal places) for a claim about a population mean given "x - bar" = 143, "mu" = 150, "lowercase sigma" = 5.6, and n = 10,...
the amount of milk produced each day by a herd of cows is uniformly distributed between 44.6 gallons and 58.8 gallons. find the probability that the amount of milk produced is between 45.9 gallons...
normal distribution to approximate a binomial distribution. 2,881 adults were selected for a survey. if the probability, p, of a response to the survey is 71.85% what would be the probability...
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The furniture is produced on a weekly basis and stored in the warehouse until the end of the week, when it is shipped out. The warehouse has a total capacity of 650 pieces of furniture. Each sofa...
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I have the following problem and can't figure it out. A mileage test is conducted for a new car model, the “Pizzazz.” Thirty random selected Pizzazzes are driven for a month and the...
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The probability that sue will live on campus and buy a new car is 0.34. If the probability that she will live on campus is 0.53, find the probability that she will buy a new car, given that she lives...
In a recent survey, 15 people preferred milk, 27 people preferred coffee and 18 peoplepreferred juice as their primary drink for breakfast. If a person is selected at random, find theprobability that...
Please consider the following statement: “If the decision is to reject a null hypothesis, then we have certainty that the null hypothesis is false.” Please indicate whether this statement is true...
Four red cards and four green cards are well shuffled. Cards are drawn, without replacement, until the color of a card drawn matches the color of the first card drawn. Find the average number of cards...
Per capita consumption of Spam in the US is Normally distributed with a mean of 2.3 pounds and a standard deviation of 0.9 pounds. Random sample of 20 people are chosen. Use the Central Limit Theorem...
There were 50 students in session 1 of a STA 13 class last year (the total # of students was 519). In the final exam, the average score in session 1 was 56.3 and the standard deviation was 13.8. Construct...
A random variable x has a normal distribution in the 50th percentile for x is 5. What is the mean of x?