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Determine whether or not the given procedure results in a binomial distribution.
1. Twenty different students are randomly selected from those attending a private boys school and asked whether he or she is traveling over the Christmas holidays.
2. A six-sided die is rolled 40 times and the results are recorded.
Answer the following questions using the binomial distribution.
3. The brand name of McDonald's has a 95% recognition rate (based on data from Retail
Marketing Group). If a McDonald's executive wants to verify that rate by beginning with a
small sample of 15 randomly selected consumers, find the probability that exactly 14 of the 15
consumers recognize the McDonald's brand name.
State two of the four requirements for the Poisson Distribution.
The lengths of pregnancies are normally distributed with a mean of 268 days and a standard deviation of 15 days. A letter was written to "Dear Abby" in which a wife claimed to have given birth 308 days after a brief visit from her husband who was serving in the Navy.
1. Find the probability of a pregnancy lasting 308 days or longer.
2. What does this result suggest?
We stipulate that a baby is premature if the length of the pregnancy is in the lowest 4%.
3. Would a baby who is born at 215 days be considered premature?
4. Find the length of pregnancy that separates premature babies from those who are not premature
Student t Distribution - Confidence Intervals
A simple random sample of the body temperatures of 106 healthy humans were taken for which
x=98.20o F and s=0.62oF .
1. What two requirements must be satisfied to use a Student t distribution.
2. Determine the number of degrees of freedom for this sample size.
3. Construct a 99% confidence interval to estimate the mean body temperature of all healthy humans.
4. What does the confidence interval suggest about the use of 98.6o as the mean body