Problem #38 review question need help The key formula on the second page is the formula needed to use to complete number 38. This is supplementary exercise to help me. Solution and explanation. 38. A Morgan Stanley Consumer Research Survey sampled men and women and asked each whether the preferred to drink plain bottled
A project was planned using PERT with three times estimates. The expected completion time of the project was determined to br 40 weeks. The variance of the critical path is 9. A What is the probability that the project will be finished in 40 weeks or less? B. What is the probability that the project takes longer than 40 we
A collection of various mathematics topics and problems including basic probability, interest, and set theory.
Listed are some of the questions answered: Two fair dice are rolled. What is the probability that a sum of 6 or 11 is obtained? Find the simple interest. Assume a 360-day year. Round results to the nearest cent. A die is rolled twice. Write the indicated event in set notation: Both rolls are even Find the indicate
The Riverview Clinic has two general practitioners who see patients daily. An average of six patients arrive at the clinic per hour. Each doctor spends an average of 15 minutes with a patient. The patients wait in a waiting area until one of the two doctors is able to see them. However, because patients typically do not feel
The Bay City Police Department has eight patrol cars that are on constant call 24 hours a day. A patrol car requires repairs every 20 days, on average, according to an exponential distribution. When a patrol car is in need of repair, it is driven into the motor pool, which has a repair person on duty at all times. The average
Use the data in the following payoff matrix and regret matrix to answer the following questions: Payoff Matrix Airport is Built at Location Land Purchased at Location(s) A B A $75.0 $15.0 B ($25.0) $125.0 A&B
16. Assume that two marbles are drawn without replacement from a box with 1 blue, 3 white, 2 green, and 2 red marbles. Find the probability of the indicated result. The second marble is blue, given that the first marble is blue. a. 1/28 b. 0 c. 1/7 d. 1/8 17. Find the probability. In a certain city,
Among U.S. cities with a population of more than 250,000 the mean one-way commute to work is 24.3 minutes. The longest one-way travel time is New York City, where the mean time is 37.9 minutes. Assume the distribution of travel times in New York City follows the normal probability distribution and the standard deviation is 6.9 m
According to a government study among adults in the 25- to 34-year age group, the mean amount spent per year on reading and entertainment is $2,020. Assume that the distribution of the amounts spent follows the normal distribution with a standard deviation of $456. (Round z-score computation to 2 decimal places and your final an
Please send detailed solutions in 2 hours. 1. You have grown soybeans for 40 years, and have experienced 5 crop failures in that time period. What is the probability of a crop failure in any given year? 2. Based on the annual probability of crop failure you found in question 1, what is the expected number of crop failures
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2. The demand for a product of ABC company varies greatly from month to month. The probability distribution of the company's monthly demand is given in the following table Demand (in units) Probability 300 0.20 400 0.30 500 0.35 600 0.15 (a) If the company orders the expected monthly demand amount, what should ABC's mon
2. The editor of a publishing company is trying to decide whether to publish a proposed business statistics textbook. Information on previous textbooks published indicates that 10% are huge successes, 20% are modest successes, 40% break-even, and 30% are losers. However, before publishing decision is made, the book will be revie
Question 1 The following five (5) situations require the application of one of the common discrete or common continuous distributions we learned about. All you have to do for each of these problems is identify the correct probability mass function or probability density function name. DO NOT SOLVE THE PROBLEM. There is only
1. Star Savings and Loan is planning to install a drive-through window. Transaction times at the drive-through are expected to average three minutes because customers would use it for simpler transactions. The arrival rate is expected to be ten customers per hour. a. Compute the operating characteristics for the drive-through w
1. A group of volleyball players consists of four Grade-11 students and six Grade-12 students. If six players are chosen at random to start a match, what is the probability that three will be from each grade? 2. If a bowl contains ten hazelnuts and eight almonds, what is the probability that four nuts randomly selected from t
1. Suppose you randomly draw two marbles, without replacement from a bag, containing six green, four red and three black marbles. a) Determine the probability that both marbles are red. b) Determine the probability that you pick at least one green marble. 2. What is the probability of at least two people in a class o
Two coins are tossed simultaneously. What is the probability of tossing two heads? A coin is tossed three times. What is the probability of tossing exactly two heads? Two standard dice are rolled. What is the probability of rolling a total of 9? If the odds in favour of rain tomorrow are 4:7, what is the probability of
1 ) The following are measurements of the diameter of engine crankshafts in millimeters. The process mean is supposed to be 224. What is the probability that a similar study would have the same sample mean or higher? 224.120 224.001 224.017 223.989 223.960 223.961 224.089 2) Cola drink makers try to keep the sweetness of
3. At a certain university, 30% of the students major in mathematics. Of the students majoring in mathematics, 60% are males. Of all the students at the university, 70% are males. a. What is the probability that a student selected at random in the university is male and majors in mathematics? b. What is the probability th
2. For a marketing survey, 200 customers were classified according to their age (in years) and their favorite type of donut. Age of Customer Glazed Chocolate-covered Crème-filled Cake <21 3 25 10 7 21-30 5 23 26 10 31-45 15 12 3 20 >45 29 5 1 6 (a) What is the probability that a person prefers Creme-filled donut and is a
1. Match each of these terms with one of the phrases below. Terms: a. sample space b. events c. complement d. subjective probability e. outcomes f. theoretical probability g. trials Phrases: 1. deduced from analysis of all possible outcomes 2. the set of all possible outcomes 3. repetitions of a probability experimen
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The Friendly Neighbor Grocery Store has a single checkout stand with a full-time cashier. Customers arrive randomly at the stand at a mean rate of 30 per hours. The service-time distribution is exponential, with a mean of 1.5 minutes. This situation has resulted in occasional long lines and complaints from customers. Therefore,
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5. The fracture strength of tempered glass averages 14 (measured in thousands of pounds per square inch) and has standard deviation 2. a. What is the probability that the average fracture strength of 100 randomly selected pieces of this glass exceeds 14.5? b. Find an interval that includes, with probability 0.95, the avera
Probabilities and how to compute probabilities for simple events and compound events. Find the probability of dependent and independent events, etc. Please explain and show all steps of your work. MATH 1002 WK 5 A2 1. The theoretical probability of undesirable side effects resulting from taking Grebex is 1 in 20. If 60 peopl
Cooper Construction is considering purchasing new, technologically advanced equipment. The equipment will cost $625,000 with a salvage value of $50,000 at the end of its useful life of 10 years. The equipment is expected to generate additional annual cash inflows with the following probabilities for the next ten years: Proba
These are some of the questions I've run into and need help for. I'm unable to solve some of these problems. I'm studying for my final next week and I'm preparing for that. 7.16 Daily output of Marathon's Garyville, Louisiana, refinery is normally distributed with a mean of 232,000 barrels of crude oil per day with a s
1. Suppose you have 4 nickels, 6 dimes, and 4 quarters in your pocket. If you draw a coin randomly from your pocket, what is the probability that a. You will draw a dime? b. You will draw a nickel? c. You will draw a quarter? 2. You are rolling a pair of dice, one red and one green. What is the probability of