## Suppose in a population of 100,000, the probability that an individual will die

Suppose in a population of 100,000, the probability that an individual will die from bird flu in a given winter is .00009. If the data fits a Poisson distribution, then the mean number of people in that population that will…

## individual truck drivers are either male or female. in the US 5% of all truck dr

individual truck drivers are either male or female. in the US 5% of all truck drivers are women, 95% are men. suppose 20 US truck drivers are randomly selected to be interviewed about their pay. a)What's the probability that fewer…

## Two groups of 100 students are randomly divided into two groups of 50. The exper

Two groups of 100 students are randomly divided into two groups of 50. The experimental group receives a new teaching method, the control group receives no intervention.One month later, test results reveal the students test levels are 0.64 and 0.40…

## Choose any positive integer. Powers of two here are not very interesting, so cho

Choose any positive integer. Powers of two here are not very interesting, so choose something else.If the number you have chosen is even, divide it by two. If it's odd, multiply it by three and add one.Now, with the result,…

## Bureau of Justice StatisticsGo to the Bureau of Justice Statistics website. Find

Bureau of Justice StatisticsGo to the Bureau of Justice Statistics website. Find a topic that interests you and pull down the data for it.Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper explaining the data and the results. Pay particular attention to the statistical significance as…

## Consider a population with μ = 43 and σ = 5.2.a. Calculate the z-score for anx̅

Consider a population with μ = 43 and σ = 5.2.a. Calculate the z-score for anx̅ of 46.5 from a sample of size 35.b. Could this z-score be used in calculating probabilities using Table 3 in Appendix B? Why or…

## Got really confused with this question, can some one teach me how to do it

Got really confused with this question, can some one teach me how to do it

## Are birthdays “evenly distributed” throughout the year, or are they more common

Are birthdays "evenly distributed" throughout the year, or are they more common during some parts of the year than others? Owners of a children's toy store chain in the Northwest asked just this question. Some data collected by the chain…

## Which of the following can be used to draw conclusions from a test of significan

Which of the following can be used to draw conclusions from a test of significance?A) If p is less than the significance level ﻿, then reject the null hypothesis.B) If p is greater than the significance level ﻿, then reject…

## A ________________ design is when a researcher observes the dependent variable i

A ________________ design is when a researcher observes the dependent variable in two separate groups of individuals that are paired together for the purposes of the study.independent-groupsmatched-groupsrepeated-measurest-test