100 students in a statistics class were asked if they believed that all tests on the Monday following the football game win over their rival should be postponed automatically. The results were: Strongly agree: 40 Agree: 30 Neutral: 20 Disagree: 10 Strongly disagree: 0 Numeric scale
If 10% of all disk drives produced on an assembly line are defective, a. What is the probability that there will be exactly one defect in a random sample of 5 of these? b. What is the probability that there will be no defects in a random sample of 5?
On the attach file X school has compiled a large database of survey responses from 288 individuals which contains the following information: (1) Gender (2) Age (3) Department (4) Position (5) Tenure (6) Overall Job Satisfaction (7) Intrinsic Job Satisfaction - Satisfaction with the actual performance of the job (8) Extrins
Determine how many burgers would have to be sold to break even. Determine if these data are normally distributed at a significance level of alpha = 0.05. Simulate the arrival of customers at the pharmacy for the first 20 arrivals. Compute the exponentially smoothed forecast.
1. Funkia Mina is a convenient store located in Goderich and sells a wide variety of supplies. The manager of the store has noticed that several delivery services near Goderich make frequent deliveries. As such, the manager is considering selling burgers at the store. He could buy pre-made burgers and heat them in an oven. The c
During a recent downtrend in the economy, 30% of the workforce in a medium sized United States town was unemployed, 20% were eligible for food stamps and 10% fell into both categories. If a worker is selected at random in this town, find the probability that he or she a. is unemployed and eligible for food stamps. b. is u
1. A box contains ten fuses of which 3 are defective. Two fuses are selected at random from the box without replacement. What is the probability that exactly one of the fuses selected is defective? 2. A box contains one hundred fuses of which 30 are defective. Ten fuses are selected at random from the box with replacement.
I could use some help with the following. Could you please explain how you get the answer to the following questions in detail please so I can compare them to mine? I do not understand my book very well and I want to make sure I understand them correctly before I turn them in. Thank you My first question is; The mean start
For exercises 1 and 2, determine whether a probability distribution is given. If it is not described, identify the requirements that are not satisfied. If it is described, find its mean and standard deviation. 1. When manufacturing DVDs for Sony, batches of DVDs are randomly selected and the number of defects x is found fo
Shaver Manufacturing, offers dental insurance to its employees. A recent study by the Human Resource Director shows the annual cost per employee per year followed the normal distribution, with a mean of $1280 and a standard deviation of $420. What fraction of the employees cost more than $1500 per year for dental expenses?
A normal population has a mean of 12.2 and a standard deviation of 2.5. How do I compute the z value associated with 14.3? Also, what proportion of the population is between 12.2 and 14.3? Last, what proportion of the population is less than 10.0?
A coin tossed 10,000 times. Heads appears 5,100 times. Do you think the coin is fair at a 5% level of significance? At a 1% level of significance?
Let Y1 denote the first order statistic of a random sample of size n from a distribution that has pdf f(x)=e^-(x-theta), theta <x< infinity, zero elsewhere. Let Zn=n(Y1- theta). Investigate the limiting distribution of Zn. Answer: Gamma(alpha=1, Beta=1) Please show detail.
1) An elevator starts at the basement with 8 people (not including the elevator operator) and discharges them all by the time it reaches the top floor, number 6. In how many ways could the operator have perceived the people leaving the elevator if all people look alike to him? what if 8 people consisted of 5 men and 3 women and
EXHIBIT 4: The student body of a large university consists of 60% female students. A random sample of 8 students is selected. (1) Refer to Exhibit 4. What is the probability that among the students in the sample exactly two are female? a. 0.0896 b. 0.2936 c. 0.0413 d. 0.0007 e. None of the above
Problem: The IQ of adults in a certain large population is normally distributed with mean 100 and standard deviation10. If a person is chosen at random form this group. the probability that the person's IQ is less than 85 or greater than 110 is: a. 0.7745. b. 0.9081. c. 0.2255. d. 0.0919. e. none of the above
If 10 federal income tax returns are selected at random, the probability that fewer than two of them will conatin errors is
Suppose the probability that a federal income tax return conatins an arithemetic error is 0.2. If 10 federal income tax returns are selected at random, the probability that fewer than two of them will conatin errors is:
1. Here are some interesting (and imaginary) facts about cockroaches: The average number of roaches per home in the United States is 57; s = 12. The average number of packages of roach killer purchased per family per year is 4.2; s = 1.1. The correlation between roaches in the home and roach killer bought is .5. (a) The Clean
Using the following information about the accuracy of a market research firm: Probability of a favorable study given a favorable market = 0.7 Probability of an unfavorable study given a favorable market = 0.3 Probability of a favorable study given an unfavorable market = 0.05 Probability of an unfavorable study given an un
The following is a payoff table giving profits for various situations: States of Nature Alternatives A B C Alternative 1 120 140 120 Alternative 2 200 100 50 Alternative 3 100 120 180 Do Nothing 0
Population mean = 18.4%, standard deviation = 20%, sample size= 25. Find the probability that the sample mean is less than 20%.
(24) A study by the National Park Service indicates that 60% of the vacationers going to the Rocky Mountain region visit the Yellowstone Park, 30% visit the Tetons, and 15% visit both. What is the probability that a vacationer to Yellowstone will visit the Tetons? a. 25% b. 50% c. 45% d. 90% e. None of the ab
A normal distribution has a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 4. a. Compute the probability of a value between 44.0 and 55.0. b. Compute the probability of a value greater than 55.0. c. Compute the probability of a value between 52.0 and 55.0.
A woman has n keys, of which one will open her door. (a) if she tries the keys at random, discarding those that do not work, what is the probability that she will open the door one her kth try? (b) what if she does not discard previously tried keys?
If it is assumed that all (52 5) poker hands are equally likely, what is the probability of being dealt (a) one pair (a,a,b,c,d) , (b) two pairs (a,a,b,b,c) (c) three of a kind (a,a,a,b,c).
A company requires its secretarial employees to demonstrate his/her ability to type more than 45 words per minute in a typing test. The incompetent employees will be terminated. Lucy's typing rate is uniformly distributed between 30 and 50 words per minute. 1. What is the probability that she can type 45 to 50 words per mi
Let X1 and X2 have the joint pdf h(x1, x2)= 2e^(-X1-X2), 0<X1<X2<infinity, zero elsewhere. Find the joint pdf of Y1=2X1 and Y2=X2-X1. I'm having trouble with transforming the boundaries.
Let X1 and X2 have the joint pmf p(x1,x2) = (x1x2)/36 x1=1,2,3 and x2=1,2,3, zero elsewhere. Find first the joint pmf of Y1=X1X2 and Y2=X2, and then find the marginal pmf of Y1.
The National Collegiate association (NCAA) reported that the mean number of hours spent per week on coaching and recruiting by college football assistant coaches during the season 70. A random sample of 50 assistant coaches showed the sample mean to be 68.6 hours, with a standard deviation of 8.2 hours. a. Using the sample
Question: Suppose we turn over cards simultaneously from two well shuffled decks of ordinary playing cards. We say we obtain an exact match on a particular turn if the same card appears from each deck: for example, the queen of spades against the queen of spades. Let pm equal the probability of at least one exact match. Show
CASE: Mrs. Jones, a robust 50 year old insurance adjuster living in the northern suburbs of Chicago has been diagnosed by a University cardiologist as having a defective heart valve. Although she is otherwise healthy, Jones's heart problem could prove fatal if left untreated. Firm research data are not yet available to predict