Vehicle type Lower Class Middle Class Upper Class Total Toyota Sienna 3 53 71 127 Honda Odyssey 2 34 77 113 Dodge Grand Caravan 62 11 7 80 Total 67 98 155 320 A. If we select one person at random, what is the probability that person drives a Toyota Sienna? B. If we select one person at random, what is the p
A geologist has collected 10 specimens of basaltic rock and 10 specimens of granite. The geologist instructs a laboratory assistant to randomly select 15 of the specimens for analysis. a. What is the PMF of the number of granite specimens selected for analysis? b. What is the probability that all specimens of one of the
What is the difference between probability sampling and simple random sampling?
Modern aircraft engines are very reliable. One feature contributing to that reliability is the use of redundancy, where critical components are duplicated so that if one fails, the other will work. For example, single-engine aircraft now have two independent electrical systems so that if one electrical system fails, the other ca
1. Refer to the contingency table below and calculate the following probabilities. Smoker Nonsmoker Row Total (S) (N) White (W) 290 560 850 Black (B) 30 120 150 Column Total 320 680 1000 a) P(S) b) P(W) c) P(S | W) d) P(S | B) e) P(S and
(TCO 5) A hospital is hoping to introduce a Fast Care Unit. The hospital claims that after the initial run, 87% of the patients were pleased with the service. We ask 20 randomly selected patients whether or not they are pleased with the service. (a) Is this a binomial experiment? Explain how you know. (b) Use the correct for
A survey was conducted to measure the height of men. In the survey respondents were grouped by age. In the 20-29 age group the heights were normally distributed with a mean of 67.9 inches and a standard deviation of 3.0 inches. A study participant is randomly selected. Find the probability that his height is less than 67 inches.
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How do you find the probability of numbers such as two people need to choose a number between let's say 1 and 5. I would need to find the probability that they choose the same number. The next problem is about possible outcomes. How do you find the outcomes for three numbers like 3 boats, 5 cars, 3 trains. I am stuck how to f
The Hilton Inn has decided to use good inventory control to decide how many customers to book to the hotel. The hotel has 100 rooms and Hilton Inn charges $120 per night per room. The number of no-shows has the following probability distribution: Number of no shows Probability 0 0.10 1
In a depressed rustbelt city in Michigan, a newspaper investigative team found that a large majority of the city's youth were unemployed. The team defined youth as any city resident between the ages of 16-21. Of the population aged 16-21 and not in college, 13.5% are unemployed, 29.05 % are high school dropouts, and 5.32% ar
Consider the following two economic characteristics with two possible outcomes each: employment (increase, decrease) and economic trend (positive, negative). Let the probability of a decreasing employment be 0.6 and the probability of a positive economic trend 0.5. Further, assume that the probability of a decreasing employment
1. According to the empirical rule, if the data form a "bell-shaped" normal distribution, ________ percent of the observation will be contained within 1 (one) standard deviation around the arithmetic mean. 68.26 75.00 88.89 93.75 2. The probability that a new advertising campaign will i
A carton of 6 batteries contains 2 that are defective and 4 that are good. If we select 3 batteries at random form this carton, what is the probability that the sample contains exactly 1 defective battery? a) 33.3% b) 50.0% c) 60.0%
Suppose that a telemarketer calls a random sample of 12 households in a community in the night that 80% of the households have someone at home. Find the probability that the person doing the calling finds someone at home in exactly 10 households. a) 10.0% b) 28.3% c) 80.0% Find the mean of the above distribution. a)
Find a loglinear model that describes this data well. Interpret associations then treating whether killed as the response, find an equivalent logit model. Interpret the effects. See attachment
13) We use the General Rule of Multiplication to combine A. Events that total more than 1.00. B. Events based on subjective probabilities C. Mutually exclusive events. D. Events that are not independent. 14) Which of the following is a correct statement about a probability? A. It may be greater than
See attached file. You plan to conduct a marketing experiment in which students are to taste one of two different brands of soft drink. Their task is to identify the brand tasted. You select a random sample of 200 students and assume that the students have no ability to distinguish between the two brands. (Hint: if an individ
See attached file. Problem D: The table below shows the probability distribution for the daily demand of microcomputers at a local store. DEMAND PROBABILITY 0 0.2 1 0.2 2 0.3 3 0.2 4 0.1 BASED ON THIS TABLE - ANSWER QUESTIONS 13 AND 14 BELOW. 13. The expected daily demand is: a. 1.2 b. 2.2 c. 1.0 d.
Assume the likelihood that any flight on Northwest Airlines arrives within 15 minutes of the scheduled time is .90. We select four flights from yesterday for study. 1. What is the likelihood all four of the selected flights arrived within 15 minutes of the scheduled time? 2. What is the likelihood that none of the selected f
A study is conducted to assess the impact of caffeine consumption, smoking, alcohol consumption, and physical activity on risk of cardiovascular disease. Suppose that 40% of participants consume caffeine and smoke. If 8 participants are evaluated, what is the probability that: A. Exact half of them consume caffeine and smoke?
As a manager, what are some benefits of applying probability concepts to solve business-related problems? Would business decisions suffer without probability concepts? Explain.
Suppose the probability distribution for the high temp in Nevada on June 1 is normally distributed with a mean of 65 degrees. If a box plot was made it would have an IQR = 20 degrees. 1. What's the standard deviation of that probability distribution? I know the answer is 20 / 1.35 - where do you come up with the 1.35?
A survey of a group's viewing habits over the last year revealed the following information: 1. 28% watched gymnastics 2. 29% watched baseball 3. 19% watched soccer 4. 14% watched gymnastics and baseball 5. 12% watched baseball and soccer 6. 10% watched gymnastics and soccer 7. 8% watched all three sports Calcula
1.FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION & DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS: Open the CUMBA.xls file, which contains data from a random sample of 100 employees at Mock Company Inc. Create a Frequency Distribution of the YEARS OF EXPERIENCE for the employees using intervals of 0-4, 4-8, 8-12, 12-16 and 16-20. Also create the Descriptive Statistics for
Bill must sell three more cars this month to meet his quota. Tonight he has after-dinner appointments with five prospective customers, each of whom happens to be interested in a different car. If he has a %30 chance of success with each customer, what is the probability that he'll meet his quota by tomorrow morning? Suppose that
See attached file. The following table contains information on the 2002 resident population of the U.S., by age. (Source: The New York Times Almanac 2004, page 277.) Age (years) < 18 18 - 24 25 - 44 45 - 64 â?¥ 65 No. in 000s 1,107,108 452,196 1,270,41 1,068,2
1. A cooler contains 100 cans of soda covered by ice. There are 30 cans of cola, 40 cans of orange soda, 10 cans of ginger ale, and 20 cans of root beer. The cans are all the same size and shape. If one can is selected at random from the cooler, determine the probability that the soda selected will be cola or orange. 2. Brain
Tech is playing state in the last conference game of the season. Tech is trailing state 21 to 14, with 7 seconds left in the game, when Tech scores a touchdown. Still trailing 21 to 20, tech can either go for 2 points and win or go for 1 point to send the game into overtime. The conference championship will be determined by t
6. The manager of the greeting card section of Mazey's department store is considering her order for a particular line of Christmas Cards. The cost of each box of cards is 3.00; each box will be sold for 5.00 during the Christmas season. After Christmas, the cards will be sold for 2.00 a box. The card section manager believe