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Statistics Lab 4 Part 1. 1. What is the probability of a cereal being high calorie? High Calorie = 53 Total = 84 53/84 = 0.630952381
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What is the probability of a cereal being high fiber? High Fiber = 22 Total = 84 22/84 = 0.261904762 26% What is th
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Week7 Practice Problems Solutions 1. What is the critical value that corresponds to a confidence level of 88% a. approximately 1.48 b. approximately 1.55 CORRECT ANSWER c. approximately 1.75 d. none of these 2. Compute the margin of error for a 95% confid
2. (TCO 11) - A restaurant claims that its speed of service time is less than 18 minutes. A random selection
of 36 service times was collected, and their mean was calculated to be 17.1 minutes. Their standard deviation is 3.1 minutes. Is there enough evid
2. (TCO 11) - A restaurant claims that its speed of service time is less than 18 minutes. A random selection
of 36 service times was collected, and their mean was calculated to be 17.1 minutes. Their standard
deviation is 3.1 minutes. Is there enough ev
2. (TCO 11) - A restaurant claims that its speed of service time is less than 18 minutes. A random selection
of 36 service times was collected, and their mean was calculated to be 17.1 minutes. Their standard deviation is 3.1 minutes. Is there enough evid
Statistics Lab 4 Part 1. 1. What is the probability of a cereal being high calorie? High Calorie = 53 Total = 84 53/84 = 0.630952381
63%
2.
What is the probability of a cereal being high fiber? High Fiber = 22 Total = 84 22/84 = 0.261904762 26% What is th
Fiber Type
Cost (cents)
Weight (oz. per serving)
Sugar (grams)
Calories
Calorie Level
High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High
Fiber Type
Cost (cents)
Weight (oz. per serving)
Sugar (grams)
Calories
Calorie Level
High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High Fiber High