Hypothesis: High school students with longer legs can run faster.
I think this Hypothesis is true because although skilled ability and training is an
asset, it really comes down to born ability. Even by looking at the fastest runners in
the world, most of
1.
Qualitative or Quantitative
The countries in the
European Union
Qualitative
Continuous or
Discrete
Discrete
The total population in the Quantitative
European Union
Discrete
The total land area in the
European Union
Quantitative
Continuous
The languages
1) Please see separate Excel file
2)
a) Please see separate Excel file
b) To calculate the PPMCC I used the shortcut; I used the Pearson function in Excel.
The PPMCC is 0.762293971 which is also 0.762294.
c) By looking at the PPMCC value I am able to tell
1. a.
Solution:
The number of different three color flags can be found by the formula of
permutations without repetitions:
P 5, 3
5!
1 2 3 4 5 2 3 4 5
3 4 5 3 20 60
5 3!
1 2
2
Answer: 60.
1. b.
Solution:
To find the number of flags with a red stripe we
1. Attached as a separate file.
2. A and B.
Stratified Sampling: This method consists of forming many sub-groups, once
the population is divided into numerous sub-groups there is a sample taken
from each group, this sample is taken using the random sampli
Hypothesis: High school students from Road Secondary School with longer legs can
run faster.
There are 2000 students at my high school. For this experiment I decided that 40
would be a more than sufficient sample size. I put a lot of consideration into my
1. a.
Solution:
There are 513 Canadian people in 1000 people in a large city.
The probability that a person, selected at random from population has a Canadian background
is:
513
P
0.513.
1000
Answer: 0.513.
1. b.
Solution:
There are 72 African people in 1
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1. I will make more money if:
a) Invest $2500 per year for 20 years at 1% interest.
b) Invest $5000 per year for 10 years at 3% interest.
c) Invest $2000 per year for 5 years at 4% interest.
d) Invest $2000 per year for 20 years at 5% interest.
2. Calcula
1.
a) The described annuity is an annuity due because payments occur at the
beginning of each period.
b) The formula for present value of Annuity Due is:
n
P=R
11/ ( 1+i )
(1+i)
i
where
P present payment,
R periodic deposited amount,
n number of periods,
1. The amount of caffeine in Peters bloodstream after 4.5 hours is 50 mg.
2. Peter will have 20 mg of caffeine in his bloodstream after 10 hours.
3. The half-life of the caffeine from the graph is 4 hours.
Method I used to obtain this value from the graph
1. Expense report of the household for a typical month:
HOME EXPENSES
Budget
Mortgage
Electricity
Gas/Oil
Water/Sewer/Trash
Phone
Cable/Satellite
Internet
$1,100.0
0
$50.00
$43.00
$7.00
$25.00
$35.00
$15.00
Furnishings/
Lawn/Garden
Home Supplies
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1.
A.
Linear function has a form y=ax+b .
The shape of a linear function is a straight line.
The function's domain is all real numbers because there is nothing you can put in for x
that won't work.
There are no restrictions for x.
There are no restriction
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