APS4 - Female TOTALS Yes 136 224 360 No 104 36 140 TOTALS...

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Paul B. Donhauser COB 191 Assigned Problem Set No. 4 4.6) a. Mutually Exclusive; Not Collectively Exhaustive; Registered voters in the United States were asked with which party they were registered b. Mutually Exclusive; Not Collectively Exhaustive; add none of the above to the possible answers c. Not Mutually Exclusive; Not Collectively Exhaustive; People were asked “Do you live in an apartment, a house, an apartment in a house, or other.” d. Mutually Exclusive and Collectively Exhaustive 4.8) a. Renter b. Homeowner that does not drive to work c. Does not drive to work d. This is a joint event because it involves two occurrences that are both possible. Male
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Unformatted text preview: Female TOTALS Yes 136 224 360 No 104 36 140 TOTALS 240 260 500 4.14) a. .72 b. .448 c. .792 d. 1.00 4.20) No they are not statistically independent 4.26) a. .0417 b. .0375 c. No 4.62) a. .035 b. .49 Page 1 of 2 c. .975 d. .02 e. .2857 f. In their respective questions, the conditions were reversed. 4.64 a. Simple: a firm that does not have a website Joint: Firm that has over $10 billion in sales and has a website b. .3469 c. .1449 d. Not independent because the conditional does not equal the overall 4.65 a. .2267 b. .42 c. .4 d. .84 e. .8571 f. Not Statistically Independent g. Not Statistically Independent Page 2 of 2...
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2008 for the course COB 191 taught by Professor May during the Fall '07 term at James Madison University.

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APS4 - Female TOTALS Yes 136 224 360 No 104 36 140 TOTALS...

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