A newspaper article reported that people spend a mean of 7.5 hours per day watching TV, with a standard deviation of 1.8 hours. A psychologist would like to conduct interviews with the 5% of the population...

A newspaper article reported that people spend a mean of 7.5 hours per day watching TV, with a standard deviation of 1.8 hours. A psychologist would like to conduct interviews with the 5% of the population...

On a comparison test of 3 brands (Brand A, B, C) among 200 people Brand A (the focus) has their product evaluated in either first or second position among the 200 people. The test only compared two...

The weight of a newborn baby is believe to have a normal distribution with mean of weight of 3915 and variance of 429,025. If one baby is randomly selected what is the probability that the weight...

A random sample of 39 cows was fed a special high-protein grain for a month. Each was weighed before and after and the average weight gained was 6.7 pounds, with standard deviation 7.1. i...

A sample of 900 computer chips revealed that 53% of the chips do not fail in the first 1000 hours of their use. The company's promotional literature states that 51% of the chips...

A research institute poll asked respondents if they felt vulnerable to identity theft. In the poll, n=1009 and x=531 Who said "yes". Use a 95% confidence level. Identify the value...

testing claim about a proportion

Find the critical X2 -value to test the claim σ2 < 5.6 if n = 28 and α = 0.10.

6. Independent random samples were drawn from two normal populations assumed to have the approximately the same standard deviation, resulting in the following summary statistics: n1 = 25,...

Two people located on the Cal Poly Pomona California Campus, they are walking East bound through through the campuses North West parking lot at 1548 hrs on a wednesday, they are having a conversation,...

solving the probability

My issue is that I am trying to find out + or - z .035 on this table but I don't understand how to use it.

Stats, mult choice the answer is neg but I keep getting a pos answer

A programmer plans to develop a new software system. In planning for the operating system that he will use, he needs to estimate the percentage of computers that use a new operating system. How many...

x-series ...

a) All the students own a Mac. , B) None of the students own a Mac. , C) At least one student owns a Mac.

800 chips are examined for defects A, B, and C. The results are as follows: o 500 chips have defect A o 350 chips have defect B o 400 chips have defect C o 250 chips have defects...

If incomes for the industry distrubuted normally, what is the probablilty that a randomly selected firm will earn between 44 and 90 million dollars?

A ski gondola carries skiers to the top of a mountain. It bears a plaque stating that the maximum capacity is 15 people or 2475lb. That capacity will be exceeded if 15 people have weights with a mean...

A sample of 55 measurements, randomly selected from a normally distributed population, resulted in a sample mean x¯=10 and sample standard deviation s=1.07. Using α=0.05, test the null hypothesis...

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