Name: Crystal Hammond Address: 8713 Bayberry Road #2 Home Phone #: 4029169814 Cell Phone #: 4029170168 Work Phone #: N/A Hours during the week when you can be reached: M-F 8:00 - 5:00 PM: Any What days and times each week do you have set aside to do the w
Section 5.1
P roperties of a Normal D ist ribution Guidelines A normal dist ribution is a continuous probability distribution for a r andom variable x. The graph of a normal dist ribution is called the normal curve. A normal distribution has the following
Section 4.1 Random Variable A r andom variable x r epresents a numerical value associated w ith each outcome of a probability experiment. A random variable is d iscrete i f i t has a finite or countable number of possible outcomes that can be l isted.
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Section 3.3 Mutually Exclusive Events Two events A and B are mutually exclusive if A and B cannot occur at the same time. If events cannot occur at same time they are mutually exclusive, if they can occur at the same time then they are not mutually exclus
Summary statistics: Column n Mean Variance Std. Dev. Std. Err. Median Range Min Max Q1 Q3 Frequenc y 12 65.25 442.9318 21.04594 6.075441 2 6 4 64 57 37 94 43 83.5
Chi-Square goodness-of-fit results: Observed: Frequency Expected: var3 N DF Chi-Square P-Val
Hypothesis test results: 1 - 2 : mean of the paired difference between Weight of participants (in pounds) and var2 H0 : 1 - 2 = 0 HA : 1 - 2 < 0 Difference Sample Diff. Std. Err. DF T-Stat P-value Weight of participants (in pounds) - var2 1.3571428 1.0618
A) H0 : = 15
HA : 15
B) (.05)=.25
1-(.25)=.75 .67,-.67 C) Hypothesis test results: : mean of Variable H 0 : = 15 HA : 15 Std. Dev. not specified Variable n Sample Mean var1 32
Std. Err.
Z-Stat
P-value 0.5445
14.521875 0.78894496 -0.6060309
D) Fail to reje
1. P (0) =.001 P (1) =.014 P (2) =.073 P (3) =.021 P (4) =.328 P (5) =.279 P (6) =.099
2. P (4) has the highest probability at .328
3. What is the probability of getting more than 3 families to say that their children have an influence on their vacation d
Summary statistics: Column Sort(Ages of executives) n 100 Mean 49.62 Variance 101.93495 Std. Dev. Std. Err. Median Range Min Max Q1 49 55 27 82 42 Q3 56
10.096 1.009628 284 4
Identify the Mean, Median, Standard Deviation, Range, Minimum, Maximum, first qu