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Math 1050 Mortgage PFOJBCt Mammals Department
Due date: 7) [- l?
In this project we will examine a home loan or mortgage. Assume that you have found a home
for sale and have agreed to a purchase price of $201,000.
Down
Math 1030 F AL Review
Module 1: Trigonometry Example Problems:
1) A 26 foot ladder leans against a building so that the angle between the ground and the ladder is 85
degrees. How high does the ladder reach on the building? Round your answer to 2 decimal p
Group Project 4
485 yellow candies
2268 total candies
p-hat: 485/2268 = .2138447972 or .214 as you rounded
Sx=10.184
Z a/2 (critical value)= 2.576
I got the same equations as you did. (.214*.786)/2268 = sqrt of .168204/2268 = .008611 * 2.579
= .0222099702
Term Project Part 5
This project has changed my look on statistics and every day thinking. I did not realize
how much I can equate my thought processes during the day to statistics. I, sorry professor,
never thought I would need nor use what we are learni
1. Create a table
My Bag
Class
Counts
Count Red
8
Count
Orange
9
Count
Yellow
11
Count
Green
11
Count
Purple
14
464
439
485
449
431
Total
53
2268
2. Do the graphs reflect what you expected to see? Are there any surprises?
I
1.) The mean of candies per box is 59.7 candies per box.
2.) The Standard Deviation of candies per box is 2.9.
3.) The five number summary is as follows; min = 53, first quartile = 58, median =
59.5, third quartile = 61, and max = 66.
4.) The histogram fo
1. Guess the class proportions.
a. We think there will be more Yellow and Green colors than other colors. We
think this because these colors are lighter and have less food coloring and are
cheaper to make. We also think that these less favorable colors ar