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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

4 hours ago

A jar contains 12 red marbles numbered 1 to 12 and 10 blue marbles numbered 1 to 10. A marble is drawn at random from the jar. Find the probability of the given event. (a) The marble is red Your answer is : (b) The marble is odd-numbered Your answer is : (c) The marble is red or odd-numbered Your answer is : (d) The marble is blue and even-numbered Your answer is :

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

4 hours ago

A bag contains 9 red marbles, 5 white marbles, and 7 blue marbles. You draw 3 marbles out at random, without replacement. Find the following probabilities and round to 4 decimal places. a. The probability that all the marbles are red is b. The probability that none of the marbles are red is

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Caleb T.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

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Caleb T.

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Caleb T.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

7 hours ago

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Imaobong U.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

7 hours ago

You are conducting a study to see if the proportion of voters who prefer Candidate A is significantly less than 0.26. With H1 : p < 0.26 you obtain a test statistic of z = ? 2.765 . Use a normal distribution calculator and the test statistic to find the P-value accurate to 4 decimal places. It may be left-tailed, right-tailed, or 2-tailed.

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Carmela D.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

8 hours ago

what is the population Of all adult subscribers whether they had used herbal medical treatments and if so whether they had benefited from them. for almost all of the treatments approximately 24% of those responding report a cures or substantial improvement in their condition

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Carmela D.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

8 hours ago

At its? website, a polling company publishes results of a new survey each day. Scroll down to the end of the published results and? you'll find a statement that includes words as shown below. Results are based on telephone interviews with? 1,008 national? adults, aged 18 and? older, conducted on April? 2-5, 2007 ... In addition to sampling? error, question wording and practical difficulties in conducting surveys can introduce error or bias into the findings of public opinion polls.

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

You roll two six-sided fair dice. a. Let A be the event that either a 3 or 4 is rolled first followed by an odd number. P(A) = ----------- Round your answer to four decimal places. b. Let B be the event that the sum of the two dice is at most 7. P(B) = ---------Round your answer to four decimal places. c. Are A and B mutually exclusive events? d. Are A and B independent events?

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

A special deck of cards has 9 green cards , 12 blue cards , and 7 red cards . When a card is picked, the color is recorded. An experiment consists of first picking a card and then tossing a coin. a. How many elements are there in the sample space? b. Let A be the event that a green card is picked first, followed by landing a head on the coin toss. P(A) = ---------- Round your answer to 4 decimal places. c. Let B be the event that a red or blue is picked, followed by landing a head on the coin toss. Are the events A and B mutually exclusive? d. Let C be the event that a green or blue is picked, followed by landing a head on the coin toss. Are the events A and C mutually exclusive?

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

A bag contains 9 red marbles, 5 white marbles, and 7 blue marbles. You draw 3 marbles out at random, without replacement. Find the following probabilities and round to 4 decimal places. a. The probability that all the marbles are red is b. The probability that none of the marbles are red is

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

John buys a bag of cookies that contains 4 chocolate chip cookies, 7 peanut butter cookies, 6 sugar cookies and 4 oatmeal cookies. What is the probability that John randomly selects an oatmeal cookie from the bag, eats it, then randomly selects a sugar cookie? Probability = ---------------- (Round your answer to 4 decimal places.)

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

A manager gathers some demographic information from the store's customers. The following chart summarizes the age-related information that was collected: One customer is chosen at random for a prize giveaway. Please enter reduced fractions What is the probability that the customer is at least 20 but no older than 50? What is the probability that the customer is either older than 50 or younger than 30? What is the probability that the customer is at least 50?

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Danielle

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

The table summarizes results from 988 pedestrian deaths that were caused by automobile accidents. If one of the pedestrian deaths is randomly selected, find the probability that the driver was not intoxicated. Please enter a decimal to 4 places.

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

Giving a test to a group of students, the grades and gender are summarized below If one student is chosen at random, find the probability that the student was female OR got an "B". Round your answer to 4 decimal places.

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

According to Masterfoods, the company that manufactures M&M’s, 12% of peanut M&M’s are brown, 15% are yellow, 12% are red, 23% are blue, 23% are orange and 15% are green. (Round your answers to 4 decimal places where possible) a. Compute the probability that a randomly selected peanut M&M is not yellow. b. Compute the probability that a randomly selected peanut M&M is orange or red. c. Compute the probability that two randomly selected peanut M&M’s are both orange. d. If you randomly select four peanut M&M’s, compute that probability that none of them are blue. e. If you randomly select four peanut M&M’s, compute that probability that at least one of them is blue.

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

A jar contains 12 red marbles numbered 1 to 12 and 10 blue marbles numbered 1 to 10. A marble is drawn at random from the jar. Find the probability of the given event. (a) The marble is red Your answer is :---------- (b) The marble is odd-numbered Your answer is :------------ (c) The marble is red or odd-numbered Your answer is : ------------ (d) The marble is blue and even-numbered Your answer is :-------------

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

If P(E) = 0.24, P(E or F) = 0.3996, and P(E and F) = 0.0504, find P(F).

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

You roll a single six-sided dice (see picture). Use the Addition Rule to compute the probabilites. Write your answers with three significant figures. (a) What is the probability of six or two? (b) What is the probability of an even number? (c) What is the probability of a four? (d) What is the probability of an even number or an odd number?

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

You draw one card from a standard deck (see picture). Use the Addition Rule to compute the probabilites. Write your answers with three significant figures. (a) What is the probability of selecting an ace or a red card? (b) What is the probability of selecting an ace or a heart? (c) What is the probability of selecting a spade or a club? (d) What is the probability of selecting a face card or a 10?

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

A poll showed that 46.4% of Americans say they believe that some people see the future in their dreams. What is the probability of randomly selecting someone who does not believe that some people see the future in their dreams. Report the answer as a percent rounded to one decimal place accuracy or as a calculated percent. You need not enter the "%" symbol. prob=---------------%

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

Giving a test to a group of students, the grades and ages are summarized below If one student is chosen at random, Find the probability that the student was under 25 OR got an "C".

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

Suppose you roll a special 34-sided die. What is the probability that the number rolled is a "1" OR a "2"?

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Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

9 hours ago

The table summarizes results from 981 pedestrian deaths that were caused by automobile accidents. If one of the pedestrian deaths is randomly selected, find the probability that the pedestrian was intoxicated or the driver was intoxicated. Report the answer as a percent rounded to one decimal place accuracy. You need not enter the "%" symbol. prob=-----------%

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