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7/9/2020 Homework #6 (Ch 16.4)-Jessica Camp 1/7 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The scoring for a Psych 101 final grade is shown in the table to the right. The last row of the table shows Paul's individual scores. Find Paul's score in the course, expressed as a percent. Weight 15% 15% 15% 10% 25% 20% Points possible 100 100 100 120 150 150 Paul's Score 96 63 54 119 84 123 Paul's score in the class is %. 72.27 (Round the final answer to two decimal places as needed. Round all intermediate values to two decimal places as needed.) A golfer's scores in a golf tournament are shown in the table. What was the golfer's average score per hole? Score 2 3 4 5 6 Percentage of holes 7.7% 20.9% 57.7% 8.2% 5.5% The golfer's average score per hole was . 3.83 (Type an integer or decimal rounded to two decimal places as needed.) At a high school, the student body is divided by age as follows: % of the students are , % of the students are of the students are , % of the students are , % of the students are , and the rest of the students are . Find the average age of the students at the high school. 9 14 24 15 17 16 21 17 20 18 19 The average age of the students is years. 16.46 (Type an integer or decimal rounded to two decimal places as needed.) In a certain year, a metropolitan zoo averaged visitors on sunny days, visitors on cloudy days, visitors on rainy days, and only visitors on snowy days. The percentage of days of each type is shown in the table below. 4000 3000 1000 200 Weather Conditions Sunny Cloudy Rainy Snowy Percentage of days % 47 % 25 % 17 % 11 Find the average daily attendance at the zoo during the year (assume all days fall into exactly one category, and holidays can be ignored). The average daily attendance is visitors. 2822 (Simplify your answer.) A box contains \$1 bills, \$5 bills, \$10 bills, \$20 bills, and \$100 . You blindly reach into the box and draw a bill at random. What is the expected value of your draw? seventeen ten eight three two bills The expected value of the draw is \$ . 10.18 (Round to the nearest cent.) A basketball player shoots two consecutive free throws. Each free throw is worth 1 point and has probability of success p . Let X denote the number of points scored. Find the expected value of X. = 1 10 The expected number of points is . .2 (Simplify your answer.) A fair coin is tossed Student: Jessica Camp Date: 07/09/20 Instructor: Patrick Villa Course: Math 120 (Summer 2020) - VILLA Assignment: Homework #6 (Ch 16.4) Test 1Test 2Test 3 Quizzes Paper Final , %