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Graded Assignment 4
P. 271-272
2. Discrete variables have a countable number of possible values
8. Yes: sum = 1
10. No: sum does not equal 1
12. No: sum does not equal 1
14. Discrete
16. Continuous
18. Discrete
20.
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P(X)
$5,000
4/8
$7,000
3/8
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2. WHAT INFORMATION IS NEEDED TO CALCULATE A CONFIDENCE INTERVAL?
7.
Data obtained from a sampl
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Which number on the number line represents the MIDDLE value in the data set
2
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Which number on the number line represents the lowest value in the data set-if none, answer
none
3
7
what is the distan
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Graded Assignment #6
MATH-1040
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14. 22.66% (.2266)
22. 90.49% (.9049)
42. z= 1.32
44. z= -1.96
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2.
6.
a. 30.31%
b. 91.31%
c. I would not be happy it is too low given the average
a. 46.02%
b. 0.31%
c. 97.38%
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20. min = $210,450