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Question 35: (1 point)Lisa is a BYU-Idaho student who worked as a swim team coach when she is not in school. Most of the members of her team swim similarrace times. However, a couple members of the team swim rather slower than the rest. Which number would be best for describing how fastthe majority of Lisa's swimmers typically swim? (a)maximum(b)mean(c)minimum(d)mode(e)median Question 36: (1 point)Ms. Curie is a 11th grade science teacher. After grading the first two exams, she computed the mean and standard deviation for eachexam. Mean Exam Score Standard Deviation of Exam ScoresExam 1755.8Exam 2884.8Which of the following best describes what the standard deviations tell Ms. Curie about the exams.
10/15/2019 Brigham Young University - Idaho - Canvas - 20/21 Question 37: (1 point)Which of the following is the correct definition of standard deviation ? Question 38: (1 point)Newborn babies have lengths that are all very similar to one another.Which of the following would be the best measure of the center of the set of data consisting of the lengths of a group of newborn babies?
10/15/2019 Brigham Young University - Idaho - Canvas - 21/21 Question 39: (1 point)Suppose a student scored in the 60-th percentile on a standardized test. What percent of students had a higher score on the test than thisstudent? (a)50%(b)60%(c)30%(d)40%(e)70% Question 40: (1 point)Charmaine is using the Quantitative Reasoning Process to make a decision about her major at college. She is trying to decide betweentwo majors. She finds the following data on the starting salary for graduates with each major:Mean Starting SalaryStandard Deviation of Starting SalarySeventy-fifth percentile for Starting SalaryMajor #1\$45,000\$2,000\$48,000Major #2\$45,000\$19,000\$68,000Which of the following interpretations of these statistics is correct?