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resulting data. 5. Suppose a survey is to be conducted to ﬁnd out the average number of hours students spend doing homework
each night at Air Academy High School. Every fourth student on the school’s computer list will be selected to
participate in the survey. This should result in a sample size of about 250 students. (Box ’Pib‘i’ 6. A car dealer wants to survey its customers a month after their vehicle purchase. The manager of the
dealership divides the list of new owners by the type of vehicle they bought (SUV, car, pickup, or minivan) and then randomly calls ten people from each list. Ba/ CW W 5r CM/(a {inf/IA 7. Numerical data are often displayed in a(n) lei/€55 gram or 301) “—EGK We“?
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pounds with a standard deviation of 20 pounds and all dogs of Fido' s breed have an average weight of 80
pounds with a standard deviation of 5 pounds how do John and Fido compare relative to their populations with res ect to wei ht?
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25. How many distinct arrangements are there for the letters 1n the word PRINCESSES? 11'3”“? Heated For 26 — 29, ﬁnd the probability of choosing each type of card at random out of a standard deck of cards.
Write your answers as reduced fractions. 26. a Jack 27. not a Diamond 28. an 12:19.?ng a 1‘39 29. aublaek non—face card
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ten What 13 the probability of obtaining a multIple of four In a single spin? 2.... j in? 3‘ (Q 5 3 “mam“, 31. Karl attends summer camp each year and he tries a new sport with each visit. This year he decides to take
up the sport of archery. When he begins, he just concentrates on holding the bow correctly, lining up the arrow,
and getting off a clean shot. At this point, Karl is equally likely to hit any point on the target. a) At this stage, what is the probability that Karl’s arrow will hit the bull’s eye
(assuming it hits the target)? Use the target at the right where the radius of the
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32. After several days of practice Karl’s aim has improved considerably. Today, Karl hit the bull 5 eye four out of eleven tries a) What is the probability today that Karl will hit the bull’s eye? 57‘ .W I /
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what it is, returning it to the deck, reshuffling, then selecting another card and noting its identity as well.
A— ~ the event that the card is a spade. ”/52 " _ . B —= the event that the card 18 red. “25751 ' ‘55: (5.3» iii/5355455"? 1355’ £55“? 7455757 2: 4555515“ éiigél 5" 25254?“ .1 C“ —— the event that the card is a face card 13?: ,3
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drink cups indicating that the purchaser had won a free hamburger. In each of two visits, Marlon purchased a
large drink cup. F 1nd the probability that Marlon Wins exactly one hamburger 1
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Service Day. Suppose a student participating in Senior Service Day is chosen at random. For 39 —— 42,
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card 13”“. replaced before the second card is drawn. Find the probability in each of the following scenarios. I “My?
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