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# Roderick_April_Unit_5_Project_MM207-05[1] - Section: 6.1 --...

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Unformatted text preview: Section: 6.1 -- problems 2, 6, and 10 Section: 6.2 -- problems 4, 8, and 14 Section: 6.3 -- problems 2, 6, and 8 Section: 6.1 2 a. continuous b. discrete (b) Continuous ; it is not possible to go from being 25 years old to being 26 years old without going through the numbers in between (such as 25 and 2 months, 25 and 3 months 2 days, etc. these are decimals). Age can take on any value between two whole numbers. c. discrete d. continuous e. discrete 6.67 pts 6. A. Yes, because all add up to = 1 B. x P(x) 24.5 5.7 34.5 9.7 44.5 19.5 54.5 29.2 64.5 25 74.5 9.1 84.5 1.8 C. The probability is 29.2 Missing work. See below for correct answer (and work) D . 53.76 Missing work E . 13.66 age of nurses #6 continued x P9x) xP(x) x- μ (x- μ )2 (x- μ )2P(x) 24.5 0.057 1.365-29.26 856.15 48.8 34.5 0.097 3.3465-19.26 370.95 35.98 44.5 0.195 8.6775-9.26 85.75 16.72 54.5 0.292 15.914 0.74 0.5476 0.16 64.5 0.25 16.125 10.74 115.35 28.84 74.5 0.091 6.7795 20.74 430.15 39.14 84.5 0.018 1.521 30.74 944.95944....
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## This note was uploaded on 08/05/2008 for the course MM 207 taught by Professor Hill during the Spring '08 term at Kaplan University.

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