1) Height (Average US male :69.7 inches, 2.8 inch standard deviation; Average US Female: 64.4 inches,
2.4 inch standard deviation) z-score 1.18, 38.1%
2) Shoe Size (Average US male :10.5, 1.5 standard deviation; Average US Female: 8.75 (men's size),
1.25
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Stock Analysis
Alexandra Stuck
David Cook
Stock
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Stocks
Stocks vary from day to day. Each one is different and they have different outcomes for
different reasons. I have looked at the following stocks; Microsoft (MSFT), Apple (AAPL)
PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT
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Physician Assistant: Rise of the Growing Health Care System
Nicholas Freitas
Herzing University
PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT
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The health care industry is starting to get very busy. The average life span of Humans is on the
climb because of s
Running head: PROBABILITY
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Probability: Microsoft, Apple and Staples
Kayla A. Booker
Herzing University
PROBABILITY
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Probability: Microsoft, Apple and Staples
In part one of this project we were asked to find the difference between the opening and
closi
Running head: STOCK MARTKET ANALYSIS AND MONTY HALL PROJECT
Stock Market Analysis and Monty Hall Project
Elvira Ruz de Marko
Herzing University
Statistics
MA 320-8D
Professor Dr. Linda Des Jardines
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STOCK MARKET ANALYSIS AND MONTY HALL PROJECT
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Stock Ma
Statistics Discussion post 2
Week five
Support of Legal Marijuana Use up to 60% in U.S.
1) The poll was conducted by telephone interviews from October 5-9 2016. A random sample of 1,017
adults 18 and older living in all 50 US states and the District of Co
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Week 2 Assignment
Richard Warnke Jr
Herzing University
Week 2 Assignment
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This week we are asked to assume the department chair has asked us to provide a
descriptive summary of the typical Herzing student based on the da
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Week 4 Assignment
Rich Warnke Jr
Herzing University
Week 4 Assignment
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1. Yes, this is the heights of all NBA players on the Rosters of the Eastern Conference Atlantic
Division 2012-2013. The data is stated to represent
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Week 6 Assignment
Rich Warnke Jr
Herzing University
Week 6 Assignment
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1. What type of sampling was used here?
This is a random sample
2. What are the mean and standard deviation of the sample?
The mean of the sample of
Statistic Discussion post
Week One
http:/www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2017/07/11/trumpeachment-talk-is-costing-investors-money.html
The article Trumpeachment talk is costing investors money is misleading due to the questionable graphs
that are presented in
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RN CAREER
Registered Nurse (RN) Career Paper
Herzing University
Kaleena Sweeney
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RN CAREER
When choosing a career in nursing one is choosing to devote their time to assisting other
in need. The career I am working toward is becoming a Registered Nurse
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PROBABILITY
Probability Paper
Kaleena Sweeney
Herzing University
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PROBABILITY
What is a probability? Probability is the chance of an event occurring. (Bluman, 2014, pp.
814). For this probability paper, I will explore three different stock companys Mic
As part of a survey, adults were asked, "How many hours did you spend at your job last week?" The
results are shown in the stem-and-leaf display below. Answer the questions that follow.
Number of hours worked last week
2 788
3 02678
4 344579
5 37
Key: 2 7
Fill in the P(X=x) values in the table below to give a legitimate probability distribution for the discrete
random variable , whose possible values are -6 ,3 ,4 ,5 , and 6.
Value x of X
P(X=x)
6
0.13
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0.15
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0.27
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0.28
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0.17
Suppose that the New England Colonials baseball team is equally likely to win a game as not to win it. If
Colonials games are chosen at random, what is the probability that exactly of those games are won by
the Colonials?
Round your response to at least t
Let Z be a standard normal random variable. Calculate the following probabilities using the calculator
provided. Round your responses to at least three decimal places.
P(Z 0.80)=0.788
P(Z> 0.82)= 0.794
P(1.03< Z <2.20)= 0.138
The weights (in pounds) of preschool children are
27, 39, 35, 46, 34, 23, 31, 28, 48, 37, 45, 43, 50, 33, 30
Find th and th percentiles for these weights.
(If necessary, consult a list of formulas.)
The 40th percentile: 33pounds
The75th percentile: 43poun
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Let B and C be two events such that P(B)=0.59 and P(C)= 0.09.
(a) Determine P(B U C), given that B and C are independent .
(b) Determine P(B U C) , given that B and C
Let Z be a standard normal random variable. Use the calculator provided to determine the value of c
such that
P(-.71 Z c) = 0.7244
Carry your intermediate computations to at least four decimal places. Round your answer to at least two
decimal places.
Answ
Suppose that A and B are independent events such that P(A)=.10 and P(B)=.30 .
Find P(AB) and P(AB) .
(If necessary, consult a list of formulas.)
P(AB) = 0.27
P(AB)= 0.93
Let Z be a standard normal random variable. Use the calculator provided to determine the value of c
such that P(Z c)= 0.2420
Carry your intermediate computations to at least four decimal places. Round your answer to at least two
decimal places.
Answer: -.
The mean diastolic blood pressure for a random sample of 70people was 92millimeters of mercury. If the
standard deviation of individual blood pressure readings is known to be 8 millimeters of mercury, find a
90% confidence interval for the true mean diast
Running Head: Regression
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Regression and Correlation of Movies
Patrick McGuire
Herzing University
Regression
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Statistics can be used in many situations where trend tracking is required. For example,
we can use statistical analysis to track stocks, sales
1. What would be the null and alternative hypothesis in a criminal trial?
For a criminal trial in the US the null hypothesis would be the defendant being not guilty. This is
the initial assumption made in our judicial system, innocent until proven guilty.