Question 1
4 out of 4 points
A company is interested in determining the average cost of lunch in
its cafeteria, so it asks a sample of 121 randomly chosen employees
what they spent. If the true avera
Is the binomial distribution a discrete probability distribution or a continuous
probability distribution? Explain.
I would say that binomial distribution is a discrete probability distribution becau
Description
For this assignment, you will answer questions and solve problems involving the Central Limit
Theorem.
Instructions
Answer the following questions in a Word document:
1. The heights of 18-
Description
In this unit, you read about probabilities for continuous random variables that follow a normal
distribution. For example, if you pick a person at random, what is the probability that he o
Write an original definition of probability based on what you have read. I would define
probability as the quantitative measure that describes the likelihood of an outcome occurring.
Write an original
Description
Suppose a car dealer tells you that specific cars get 35 miles per gallon on average. You would
be able to use hypothesis tests to test whether or not this value might be correct. Why woul
Description
Confidence intervals are a way to make predictions about entire populations using a random
sample. Suppose you do not know the value for a certain population mean, such as the average
mile
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Using Stem and Leaf Plot helps you see data from smallest to largest. It also
helps you see a cluster of data.
Stem and Leaf
Brandon Critchley
20180119
Write an original definition of probability based on what you have read.
Probability is a numerical value that is measured between 0 and 1 for the likelihood an event
will t
Brandon Critchley
20180119
Is the binomial distribution a discrete probability distribution or a continuous
probability distribution? Explain.
The binomial distribution is a discrete probability distr
A car dealer states that a new brand of car gets 35 miles per gallon on average.
Suppose a consumer group claims that these cars get less than 35 miles per gallon.
Set up the null and alternative hypo
The heights of 18-year-old men are approximately normally distributed with a mean
() of 68 inches and a standard deviation () of 3 inches. What is the probability that
an 18-year-old man selected at r
Instructions
A car dealer states that a new brand of car gets 35 miles per gallon on average.
Suppose a consumer group claims that these cars get less than 35 miles per gallon.
A sample of 40 cars is
Is the binomial distribution a discrete probability distribution or a continuous probability
distribution? Explain.
Discrete. Since the binomial distribution is a countable set of distinct possible va
What makes the normal distribution a probability distribution?
A probability distribution is a table that shows the probability of an outcome. The normal
distribution is a probability distribution bec
Suppose you are trying to estimate the average miles per gallon for a new brand of car. You take a
random sample of 40 cars, and, for this sample, the average miles per gallon is 32 and the standard
d
Given the following data where city MPG is the response variable and weight is the
explanatory variable, explain why a regression line would be appropriate to analyze the
relationship between these va
Instructions
Review the following data and answer the questions in a Word document:
College
Not a College
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Graduate
Graduate
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Male
Femal
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Total
O=56
O=32
E=54.366
E=33.634
O=62
O=41
E=63.634
E=3
Write an original definition of probability based on what you have read.
Probability shows how likely something is to happen. This is shown in a numerical value
between 0-1.
Write an original definiti
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Evaluate a News Story
Name: Shinekia Warren
Instructor: Ms. Rebecca Burch
Part 1: Find a News Story
Find a news story to evaluate. You have three options:
1. Go to your Twitter account and select an o
1. Consider the experiment of tossing a fair coin four times. The coin has two possible
outcomes, heads or tails.
a. List the sample space for the outcomes that could happen when tossing the
coin four
1.
Answer true or false for each part, and if false, explain your answer.
a.
The point estimate for the population mean, , of an x distribution is x-bar, computed from a
random sample of the x distrib
What makes the normal distribution a probability distribution? When data are normally
distributed, plotting them on a graph results in an image that is bell-shaped and symmetrical,
like the one shown
2.1 Definition of Probability
Probability is the action of putting a number on an event between 0 and 1 based on the chances of it
happening. The closer the number is to 1 the more likely it will happ
Suppose you are trying to estimate the average miles per gallon for a new brand of car. You take a
random sample of 40 cars, and, for this sample, the average miles per gallon is 32 and the standard
d
1.
Which national park has more bears? Random samples of plots of ten square miles were taken in
different parts of Yellowstone National Park, Yosemite National Park and Glacier National Park. The bea
Now you are going to determine if there is an association between two categorical variables -for example, the comparison of gender and a college graduate. In this assignment, you will work
with the st