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Unformatted text preview: fast food restaurant are being evaluated. As a part of quality improvement initiative and employee evaluation these workers were observed over three days. One of the statistics collected is the proportion of time employee forgets to include a napkin in the bag. Related information is given in the table. What is the probability that there is not a napkin included for a given order? A. 0.22 B. 0.24 C. 0.053 D. 0.015 E. 0.04 95. Four employees who work as drive-through attendees at a local fast food restaurant are being evaluated. As a part of quality improvement initiative and employee evaluation these workers were observed over three days. One of the statistics collected is the proportion of time employee forgets to include a napkin in the bag. Related information is given in the table. You just purchased a dinner and found that there is no napkin in your bag, what is the probability that Cheryl has prepared your order? A. 0.378 B. 0.091 C. 0.083 D. 0.500 E. 0.020 1-261 Chapter 01 - An Introduction to Business Statistics 96. Four employees who work as drive-through attendees at a local fast food restaurant are being evaluated. As a part of quality improvement initiative and employee evaluation these workers were observed over three days. One of the statistics collected is the proportion of time employee forgets to include a napkin in the bag. Related information is given in the table. You just purchased a dinner and found that there is no napkin in your bag, what is the probability that Jan has prepared your order. A. 0.200 B. 0.004 C. 0.018 D. 0.076 E. 0.100 97. Joe is considering pursuing an MBA degree. He has applied to two different universities. The acceptance rate for applicants with similar qualifications is 25% for University A and 40% for University B. What is the probability that Joe will be accepted at both universities? A. 0.10 B. 0.25 C. 0.65 D. 0.625 E. 0.40 98. Joe is considering pursuing an MBA degree. He has applied to two different universities. The acceptance rate for applicants with similar qualifications is 25% for University A and 40% for University B. What is the probability that Joe will be accepted at University A and rejected at University B? A. 0.10 B. 0.85 C. 0.15 D. 0.25 E. 0.65 1-262 Chapter 01 - An Introduction to Business Statistics 99. Joe is considering pursuing an MBA degree. He has applied to two different universities. The acceptance rate for applicants with similar qualifications is 25% for University A and 40% for University B. What is the probability that Joe will not be accepted at either university? A. 0.75 B. 0.45 C. 0.90 D. 0.65 E. 0.60 100. Joe is considering pursuing an MBA degree. He has applied to two different universities. The acceptance rate for applicants with similar qualifications is 25% for University A and 40% for University B. What is the probability that Joe will be accepted at least by one of the two universities? A. 0.25 B. 0.55 C. 0.10 D. 0.35 E. 0.40 101. Joe is considering pursuing an MBA degree. He has applied to two different universities. The acceptance rate for applicants with similar qualifications is 25% for University A and 40% for University B. What is the probability that Joe will be accepted at one, and only one university? A. 0.50 B. 0.10 C. 0.15 D. 0.30 E. 0.45 1-263 Chapter 01 - An Introduction to Business Statistics 102. Joe is considering pursuing an MBA degree. He has applied to two different universities. The acceptance rate for applicants with similar qualifications is 25% for University A and 40% for University B. Is the acceptance decision at University A independent of the acceptance decision at University B? A. Yes B. No 103. In a report on high school graduation, it was stated that 85% of high school students graduate. Suppose 3 high school students are randomly selected from different schools. What is the probability that all graduate? A. 0.85 B. 0.947 C. 0.614 D. 0.283 E. 0.003 104. In a report on high school graduation, it was stated that 85% of high school students graduate. Suppose 3 high school students are randomly selected from different schools. What is the probability that exactly one of the three graduates? A. 0.019 B. 0.003 C. 0.614 D. 0.057 E. 0.850 105. In a report on high school graduation, it was stated that 85% of high school students graduate. Suppose 3 high school students are randomly selected from different schools. What is the probability that none graduate? A. 0.019 B. 0.003 C. 0.614 D. 0.057 E. 0.150 1-264 Chapter 01 - An Introduction to Business Statistics 106. It is very common for television series to draw a large audience for special events of for cliff-hanging story lines. Suppose that on one of these occasions, the special show drew viewers from 38.2% of all US TV households. Suppose that three TV households are randomly selected. What is the probability that all three households viewed this special show? A. 0.382 B. 0.127 C. 0.146 D. 0.726 E. 0.056 107. It is very common for television series to draw a large audience for special events of for cliff-hanging story lines. Su...
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