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A survey of families in a particular neighbourhood showed the number of children in each
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STAT 502 FINAL EXAM REVIEW QUESTIONS
In a study relating the amounts of time required for room-service delivery at a newly opened
Humber Radisson Hotel, 20 deliveries had a mean time of 24.2 min and a standard deviation of 8.7
min. The sample
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Student Name: Farihah Chowdhury
Student ID: 823-130-687
Let X1 be the amount of Ore 1 to be used.
Let X2 be the amount of Ore 2 to be used.
Let X3 be the amount of Ore 3 to be us
Suppose the following data represents total revenues (in $ millions) for a Canadian company.
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It is known that 35% of Humber students take Statistics. If a student took and passed Statistics course,
there is 94% chance of finding a job within 6 months. If a student did not take any Statistics course, the
chance is 72%. If a randomly sel
Problem 1: A meat-processing company in Alberta produces and markets a package of eight
small sausage sandwiches. The product is nationally distributed, and the company is interested in
knowing the average retail price charged for this item in stores acro
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Student Name: EMA/WV
Student Number: 9522 511 '7 550
1. The employees of a large international company would like to have a dental plan as part of
their benefits package. The question is: How much does a typica
FORMULAE & TABLES FOR STAT 502 FINAL EXAM
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x sample mean ; x
, where n sample size
s sample standard deviation; s
df number of degrees of freedom
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