Module 1 Writing Assignment 4
1. A study was conducted on the life of Duracell batteries and on the
life of Energizer batteries. The study found that a sample of 10
Duracell batteries had a mean life in hours of 26.2 with a standard
deviation of 4.1 and a
Module 1 Writing Assignment 1
1. (3 points) The Colorado State Legislature wants to estimate the length of time it takes a resident of
Colorado to earn a Bachelor's degree from a state college or university. A random sample of 265 recent
in-state graduate
Module 1 Writing Assignment 5
1) Here are the percents of the popular vote won by the successful candidate in each of the presidential
elections from 1948 to 2008:
Year
1948
1952
1956
1960
1964
1968
1972
1976
Percent
50
55
57
50
61
43
61
50
Year
1980
1984
Module 1 Part 2 Writing Assignment 2
Find a graph in your world. This may be from a newspaper, magazine or online. The graph should
represent something you have a personal interested in. Use your graph and identify the following:
(_ points) Analyze the gr
Tessa Rodgers
MAT 152 IT 2
M. Faulkner
Due 3/25/2017
Binomial Probability Graded Assignment
21 points
Calculate the following binomial probabilities using the formula or your calculator. Round all answers to
four decimal places. Explanations should be in
Tessa Rodgers
Probability and Counting Assignment
MAT 152 IT2
DUE 2/22
Introduction In this assignment you will use the formulas and methods from the module to
calculate probabilities, demonstrate understanding of the concept of probability, identify samp
Tessa Rodgers
MAT 152 IT2
Module 1 Part 3 Writing Assignment 2
Module 1 Part 3 Writing Assignment 2
1. Here are the percent of the popular vote won by the successful candidate in each of
the presidential elections from 1948 to 2008:
Year
Percent
Year
Perc
There is a drastic difference from 1932 to now. I would say that
children are a lot smarter now because of the advances that were made
over the years. Learning is definitely different compared to how it was
then. All they had were books then and now we ha
Tessa Rodgers
MAT 152 IT 2
M. Faulkner
Due 3/25/2017
Binomial Probability Graded Assignment
21 points
Calculate the following binomial probabilities using the formula or your calculator. Round all answers to
four decimal places. Explanations should be in
There are three outcomes since there is a two-engine jet and a three engine jet. I labeled it
Engine A, Engine B, and Engine C. When calculating the binomial probability for the two engine
jet I combined Engines B and C. The probability for Engine A is 0.
Binomial Probability Graded Assignment
21 points
Calculate the following binomial probabilities using the formula or your calculator. Round all answers to four de
places. Explanations should be in complete sentences using proper grammar and punctuation.
1
The Prompt
Post 1 (by 2/8): Answer the following questions in the forum:
a) If you were playing the game, would you switch doors? Why or why
not?
I would not switch the door. I would stay with the initial door
because choosing the other door may lead me t
Tessa Rodgers
MAT 152 IT2
Module 1 Part 3 Writing Assignment 2
Module 1 Part 3 Writing Assignment 2
1. Here are the percent of the popular vote won by the successful candidate in each of
the presidential elections from 1948 to 2008:
Year
Percent
Year
Perc
GUIDED EXERCISE 8 continued
p(,- 2 3) = [3(3) + [3(4) Thus, n = 4 is not sufficient to be 97% sure that at least
Use Table 3 (Appendix II) with n = 4 and three cells will work. For n = 4, the probability that at
p = 035 to find values of [3(3) and [3(4).
Probability Distribution Graded Assignment
20 Points
Your textbook gives great directions on using your calculator to determine probabilities. You may utilize the technology to
determine your answers when possible, or you may set up the formulas by hand a
Module 1 Part 3 Writing Assignment 2
1) Here are the percents of the popular vote won by the successful candidate in each of the presidential
elections from 1948 to 2008:
Year
1948
1952
1956
1960
1964
1968
1972
1976
Percent
50
55
57
50
61
43
61
50
Year
19
Tessa Rodgers
Standard Deviation Assignment
MAT 152 IT2
Standard Deviation: Summary Due 2/25
Based on our studies of Standard Deviation answer the following;
1
Describe the difference between a Sample Standard Deviation and a Population Standard
Deviation
Tessa Rodgers
MAT 152 IT2
Sampling & Sampling Methods
Module 1 Part 1 Writing Assignment
1. (3 points) The Colorado State Legislature wants to estimate the length of time it takes a
resident of Colorado to earn a Bachelor's degree from a state college or
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Forsyth Technical Community College
Date: 9 Feb 2017
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Curriculum:
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DUE 2/22
Introduction In this assignment you will use the formulas and methods
from the module to calculate probabilities, demonstrate understanding of
the concept of probability, identify sample spaces, and determine the
number of possible outcomes for s
Introduction
In this assignment you will be finding a graph that relates to your life or
your interests. Using the information from your readings you will identify
key characteristics of the graph and analyze the graph for effectiveness.
This assignment f
Tessa Rodgers
MAT 152 IT2
Sampling & Sampling Methods
Module 1 Part 1 Writing Assignment
1. 1.
(3 points) The Colorado State Legislature wants to estimate the length of
time it takes a resident of Colorado to earn a Bachelor's degree from a state
college
Module 1 Part 3 Writing Assignment 2
1. Here are the percent of the popular vote won by the successful candidate in each of the presidential el
from 1948 to 2008:
Year
Percent
Year
Percent
1948
50
1980
51
1952
55
1984
59
1956
57
1988
54
1960
50
1992
43
19
Data:
Professor Moore, who lives a few miles outside a college town, records the
time he takes to drive to the college each morning. Here are the times (in
minutes) for 42 consecutive weekdays.
8.25
8.17
8.5
9.75
8.42
8.67
9.08
7.83
9
9
8.33
7.75
10.17
8.
MAT 152
Chapter 4 Probability Assignment
22 Points
Directions: Round all probabilities to four decimal places.
1. a) You roll a single fair die two times. Find the probability of observing two even numbers.
b) Find the probability of rolling zero even num
Module 1 Exam Part 2
Page 1 of 3
Name: Jessica Melton
Problem 2
Present in good form:
1. An income statement for June
2. A statement of owners equity for June
3. A balance sheet as of June 30.
Each Financial Statement is worth 10 points each and you are a