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Topic 2, Problem 5 - The following table gives information from a sample of college students: gender, number of children in family of origin, and number of children in their ideal family, in which they may someday be a parent ...

Topic 2, Problem 6 - The following table of data gives hockey star Eric Lindros' career numbers for the eight seasons he played with the Philadelphia Flyers ...

Topic 4 Problem 3 - One way to find out whether your weight is "reasonable" for your height is to calculate your body mass index (BMI). A BMI of 20 to 25 is normal. BMI is a function of height and weight and is determined as follows: To calculate a person's BMI, divide his or her weight in kilograms by the ...

Topic 4 Problem 6 - A student's final grade in a course is often a function of various student performance measures such as homework, class participation, hour exams, and final exam, as well as the weights the professor assigns to each of these measures ...
Topic 10, Problem 2 - The following table gives the percentage of the U.S. population living below the poverty level for the period from 1990 to 2002 ...

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