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Question 1 3 out of 3 points The following were the annual net profit (after tax and abnormals) in millions of dollars for a sample of twelve retail companies on the stock exchange. Negative values indicate a loss. 32.5 17.1 63.0 207.4 9.8 87.5 42.6 318.3 -9.4 136.4 137.7 26.8 How many times greater is the range than the standard deviation? (to three decimal places) Selected Answer: 3.3 99 Correct Answer: Evaluation Method Correct Answer Exact Match 3.399 Question 2 2 out of 2 points Which ONE of the follow data items CANNOT be measured on a continuous scale? Selected Answer: Number of dogs in Australia Answers: Weight of an elephant Length of road Height of a tree Number of dogs in Australia Question 3 3 out of 3 points In a course run by the history department, a student achieved 46% on the mid- semester exam, 81% on the take-home final exam, 69% on the major project and 49% on the in-class essay. The mid-semester exam, take-home final exam, project and in-class essay contribute 20%, 30%, 40%, and 10% respectively to the student’s overall final score out of 100%. Determine the student's weighted average overall final score (as a percentage correct to one decimal place).

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