27 and 303 respectively determine the weighted

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$23.27 and $30.3 respectively, determine the weighted average cost per bottle ($/bottle) for the Hotel. Give your answer correct to two decimal places. Selected 24.79
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Answer: Correct Answer: 24.79 ± 0 Question 4 0 out of 2 points A newspaper and magazine publisher in SE Queensland wished to compare its magazine popularity with its competitors. To obtain the sample, the consultant divided the region into 60 subregions then chose 3 of these at random. The selected subregions were further divided into 250 classification units, of which 4 were selected at random. Within each of these, all of the households were sampled. This sampling method is an example of: Selected Answer: systematic sampling Answers: nonprobability sampling simple random sampling systematic sampling stratified sampling cluster sampling Question 5 0 out of 2 points Open the Excel file DF1.6 that is in the CML1 quiz folder. Copy the following data below (that is in bold). Add this data as a new row to the existing data file DF1.6. It is easiest to make this new data the last row in the existing data file. Team Rank Kicks Goals Tackles Z 17 186 12.5 41 After you add this new row to DF1.6,use Excel to calculate the coefficient of correlation between goals and tackles (as a number between -1 and 1 correct to three decimal places).
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