# Statistics - math problems

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- All needs

All needs a mean score of 92 or higher on four texts to get an A. So for his scores are 94. 90. and 84 What score on the fourth test will get him on A? - Two fertilizers

Jason is testing two fertilizers, Grow Well and Green Grow, so he went to a nursery and bought 50 tomato plants of the same variety. He planted all 50 plants in an identical environment. He then administered Grow Well to 25 of the tomato plants and Green - Compare distributions

Which would you expect to be larger, the standard deviation of 5 random numbers picked from 1 to 47 in the California Super Lotto (CSL - write 1 as result), or the standard deviation of 5 random numbers picked from 1 to 69 in the multi state PowerBall Lot - A student 2

A student randomly selected 225 college students and asked them whether they ate breakfast that morning before coming to campus. There were 57 students that were at least 25 years old, of which 30 had breakfast that morning. Of the 168 students that were - Z-score

The mean adult male pulse rate is 67.3 beats per minute with a standard deviation of 10.3. Find the z-score for an adult male’s pulse rate of 75. (Round the z-score to two decimal places. ) - Bottles 5

Sections A 9 1/2, sections B 7 1/3, sections C 8 3/4. what is the average collection of bottles per section? - The size 2

The size of pants sold during one business day in a department store are 32, 38, 34, 42, 36, 34, 40, 44, 32, and 34. Find the average size of the pants sold. - Population variance

In a California community college, 60% of students will transfer to a college in the CSU system. The number of students in a sample who will transfer follows a binomial distribution. If 8 students are randomly selected, find the population variance σ^{2}of - Sample Proportion

In a California community college, 60% of students will transfer to a college in the CSU system. The number of students in a sample who will transfer follows a binomial distribution. 400 students are randomly selected from the college and 224 of them will - Average score

In a math exam, two students scored 95, six students scored 90, 3 students scored 80, and one students scored 50. What was the average score for the class? - Apple collecting

Luke, Peter and Tibor compared how many kilograms of apples they had collected. They found that the arithmetic mean of what Luke and Peter collected was 10 kg larger than Tibor's contribution, and the arithmetic mean of what Luke and Tibor collected was 3 - Error rate

The exam has 6 questions. Students have an error rate of 20% and can have a maximum of 1 question wrong. What is the probability that they will succeed? - Gas prices 2021

According to the SPP price list in 2021, the price of natural gas together with its supply is as follows: D1 - we cook. Fix 3.34 euros/month and 0.0479 euros/kWh (1 cubic meter of gas is approximately 10.555 kWh. It is called combustion heat and changes o - The temperature 14

The temperature is 12°C lower than 4 hours ago. a. What is the average temperature change per hour? b. Write an integer equation for the situation. - Median of odd count

The following are weight(in kg) of 7 people 70,62,62,75,60,65,78. find the median of the weights of people. - The library

Anna stored a total of 126 books in three compartments of the library. There are 6 books more in the first compartment than in the second one. The number of books in the second compartment is the arithmetic average of the number of books in the first and - Suppose 4

Suppose that 14% of all steel shafts produced by a certain process are nonconforming but can be reworked (rather than having to be scrapped). Consider a random sample of 200 shafts, and let X denote the number among these that are nonconforming and can be - Rich retirement

Health care issues are receiving much attention in both academic and political arenas. A sociologist recently conducted a survey of citizens over 60 years of age whose net worth is too high to qualify for government health care but who have no private hea - Publishing company

Suppose you work for a publishing company and before launching a new magazine targeting fashion-oriented consumers, your boss wants to hold a meeting with perspective advertisers. Assume that annual expenditures on magazine ads in this genre are normally - A plumber

A plumber has the following lengths of PVC: 3.3 ft, 9.77 ft, 8.41 ft, 9.61 ft, 8 ft. What is his average length of PVC

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