It is assumed that the test results for a class follow a normal distribution with a mean of 78 and a standard deviation of 36. If you know that a student's grade is greater than 72, what is the probability that it is greater than 84?
It is assumed that the test results for a class follow a normal distribution with a...
Assume that class grades follow a normal distribution of mean μ = 75 and the variance σ2 =144. a) Find the probability that an individual's grade is greater than 81. b) What should be the interquartile range? c)Suppose you select at random (and independently) 10 students. What is the probability that only two of these students have a grade greater than 75? d) If you draw a sample of size n = 10 from the population of grades described in...
URGENT 4. The test grades in some class follow a normal distribution (we will call it X) with o = 8. Use this information (and the chart!) to answer the following questions: (a) If there is a 60% chance that a student scores higher than a 75, find , the average test grade for this class. (b) Using the you found in part (a), determine P(72 < X <90).
Suppose the diastolic blood pressure of females follow Normal distribution with Mean = 80 and Standard deviation - 3. The probability that the diastolic blood pressure of a female is greater than 78 is given as None 0.5138 0.7475 0.2392 0
A teacher sets a test for a class of students. The teacher decides to analyze the test results using statistical analysis techniques. Given the table of results below, complete the following tasks: CLASS RESULTS Student Test Score (%) Thomas 74 Charles 55 Sarah 81 Mathew 68 James 71 Jessica 74 Daniel 86 Jack 66 Emma 73 Laura 72 Joshua 84 Alice 68 Samantha 70 a). Calculate the Mean of the test scores. b). Calculate the Median of the test scores....
A teacher sets a test for a class of students. The teacher decides to analyse the test results using statistical analysis techniques. Given the table of results below, complete the following tasks: CLASS RESULTS STUDENTS TEST SCORE% Thomas 74 Charles 55 Sarah 81 Mathew 68 James 71 Jessica 74 Daniel 86 Jack 66 Emma 73 Laura 72 Joshua 84 Alice 68 Samantha 70 a). Calculate the Mean of the test scores. b). Calculate the Median of the test scores. c)....
1 Diastolic blood pressures are assumed to follow a normal distribution with a mean of 87 and a standard deviation of 10. a. What proportion of people have diastolic blood pressure less than 90? n have diastolic blood pressur c. If someone has a diastolic blood pressure of 100, what percentile is he/she in? 2. Suppose that the average Lehman College student reports using social media like Facebook and Snapchat an average of 6 hours a week, with a standard...
4. Suppose profits from investments in individual stocks follow a normal distribution with mean $100 and standard deviation $300. If you buy a single stock, selected at random, what is the probability that your profit is greater than zero? If you are buying a portfolio of 25 randomly selected stocks, what is the probability that your average profit is greater than zero?
If the SAT scores of students in a high school follow the normal distribution with mean = 1200 and standard deviation = 100, what is the probability that a randomly selected student's score is between 1000 and 1400? OA 0.9973 B. 0.9545 OC. 0.9999 OD. 0.6827 Reset Selection
1.Heights of 10 year olds, regardless of gender, closely follow a normal distribution with mean 55 inches and standard deviation 6 inches. What is the probability that a randomly chosen 10 year old is shorter than 48 inches? 2. Heights of 10 year olds, regardless of gender, closely follow a normal distribution with mean 55 inches and standard deviation 6 inches. What is the probability that a randomly chosen 10 year old is between 60 and 65 inches? 3.Heights of...
An analysis of the final test scores in this class shows that the scores follow the normal distribution. The mean of the distribution is 85 and the standard deviation is 6. The professor wants to award an A student whose score is in the highest 11% which means 89% of the class will have lower grades. What is the cut-off point (or score) for those students who earn an A versus those that earn a B? In other words, what...