please answer both questions Question 5 of 17 (1 point) View problem in a pop-Up Approximately...
Question 5 of 10 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up A missile guidance system has seven fail-safe components. The probability of each failing is 0.1. Assume the variable is binomial. Find the following probabilities. Round your answers to three decimal places 5.3 Section Exercise 16 Part 1 a. Exactly three will fail P (exactly three will fail)-.023 Part 2 b. More than three will fail. P (more than three will fail003 Part 3 out of 4 c. All will...
Question 12 of 20 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up The average annual salary for all U.S. teachers is $47,750. Assume that the distribution is normal and the standard deviation is $5680. Find the probabilities. Use a graphing calculator and round the answer to four decimal places. Source: New York Times Almanac. Part 1 A randomly selected teacher earns between $34,000 and $43,000 a year. P(34,000 < X < 43,000) = 0.1937 Correct answer: 0.1938 Part 2 out of...
Question 7 of 9 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up 7.1 Section Exercise 11 For a random sample of 70 overweight men, the mean of the number of pounds that they were overweight was 30. The standard deviation of the population is 4.4 pounds. Round intermediate answers to at least three decimal places. Round your final answers to one decimal place. Part 1 out of 4 The best point estimate of the mean is pounds. CHECK NEXT 7.1 Section...
Question 7 of 7 (12 points) View problem in a pop-up Bullying is a problem at any age but especially for students aged 12 to 18. A study showed that 7.2% of all students in this age bracket reported being bullied at school during the past six months with 6th grade having the highest incidence at 13.9% and 12th grade the lowest at 2.2%. To see if there is a difference between public and private schools, 170 students were randomly...
Question 7 of 9 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up 7.1 Section Exercise 11 For a random sample of 70 overweight men, the mean of the number of pounds that they were overweight was 30. The standard deviation of the population is 4.4 pounds. Round intermediate answers to at least three decimal places. Round your final answers to one decimal place. Part 1 The best point estimate of the mean is 30.0 pounds. Part 2 out of 4 Find...
Question 5 of 32 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up 10.2 Section Exercise 14a,b. Number of fires x 47 84 62 57 72 69 58 Number of acres burned y 44 81 59 54 69 66 55 Source: National Interagency Fire Center. Download Data Part 1 The correlation coefficient for the data is r = 1 and a = 0.05. Should regression analysis be done? The regression analysis should be done. Part 2 out of 3 Find the equation...
Question 7 of 9 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up 7.1 Section Exercise 11 For a random sample of 70 overweight men, the mean of the number of pounds that they were overweight was 30. The standard deviation of the population is 4.4 pounds. Round intermediate answers to at least three decimal places. Round your final answers to one decimal place. Part 1 The best point estimate of the mean is 30.0 pounds. Part 2 Find the 90% confidence...
Question 4 of 5 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up Find the critical value ta/2 needed to construct a confidence interval of the given level with the given sample size. Round the answers to three decimal places. Part 1 For level 90% and sample size 7 Critical value-1.943 Part 2 For level 98% and sample size 11 Critical value =2.764 Part 3 out of 4 For level 95% and sample size 25 Criticeal value- CHECK NEXT
Question 8 of 14 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up 10.3 Section Exercise The director of an alumni association for a small college wants to determine whether there is any type of relationship between the amount of an alumnus's contribution (in dollars) and the number of years the alumnus has been out of school. The data follow. The regression line equation is y'= 548.276 - 78.017x. The correlation coefficient is r = -0.977. Compute the standard error of the...
Previous Next Question 3 of 3 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up 11.1 Section Exercise 12 (calc) The Head Start Program provides a wide range of services to low-income children up to the age of 5 and their families. Its goals are to provide services to improve social and learning skills and to improve health and nutrition status so that the participants can begin school on an equal footing with their more advantaged peers. The distribution of ages for...