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Question 17:A random experiment was conducted where a Person A tossed six coinsand recorded the number of “heads”. Person Brolled three diceand recorded the greater number out of the three dice. Simulate this scenario (use 10000 longcolumns) and answer the questions.Which of the persons has higher probability of getting number 3 or smaller?Type:Multiple ChoicePoints Awarded:0/4.5Your Answer(s):Person BCorrect Answer(s):Person A (correct)Person BEqually likely
12/15/2016WebCOM™ 2.0Not possible to determine
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Question 18:Refer to the above Box‑Plot to answer questionWhich group has the highest median?Type:Multiple ChoicePoints Awarded:4.5/4.5
12/15/2016WebCOM™ 2.012/17:Question 19:Refer to the above Box‑Plot to answer questionWhich of the four groups is left‑skewed?Type:Multiple ChoicePoints Awarded:4.5/4.5
Question 20:
12/15/2016WebCOM™ 2.013/17Refer to the above Box‑Plot to answer questionWhich group has the highest difference between the average and median?Type:Multiple ChoicePoints Awarded:4.5/4.5
Question 21:In a large Insurance Company in U.S., people over age thirty five have an annual income that follows a normaldistribution with mean 70,000 and standard deviation 9,000. The incomes of those under age thirty five are alsoapproximately normal, but with mean 45,000 and standard deviation 8,000. With the above information simulate10000 employees over 35 and 10000 employees under 35 and answer the questions.
12/15/2016WebCOM™ 2.0What is the approximate probability that a randomly picked, employee over 35 will have an income lower than or equalto 60,000? Pick the closest answer.14/17
Type:Multiple ChoicePoints Awarded:4.5/4.5
Question 22:In a large Insurance Company in U.S., people over age thirty five have an annual income that follows a normaldistribution with mean 70,000 and standard deviation 9,000. The incomes of those under age thirty five are alsoapproximately normal, but with mean 45,000 and standard deviation 8,000. With the above information simulate10000 employees over 35 and 10000 employees under 35 and answer the questions.What would be a range [A to B] for the income, which would contain 95% of the employee under 35? Pick the closestanswer.Type:Multiple ChoicePoints Awarded:4.5/4.5