A sample is to be taken to develop an approximate 95% confidence
interval estimate of the population mean. The population consists
of 550 elements, and a pilot study resulted in
s = 80.
What is the minimum sample size needed if we want to develop an
approximate 95% confidence interval with a width of 26? (Round your
answer up to the nearest whole number.)
n =

can you please show me how to calculate this word problem
question :" you are renting the premises where your business is
operating from since 1 January 2013 .The rent was increased with 10
% on 1 August 2013 .The total rent expense that you have paid is
R74800 and includs the rent for January 2014. How much rent did you
pay for the month of January 2014 ?
can you please help me to solve this problem with a...

Distractions are everywhere. They may include cellphones,
multiple alarms sounding, overhead paging, monitors beeping, and
various interruptions that disrupt your train of thought.
Give an example of an ethical or legal issue that may arise if a
patient has a poor outcome or sentinel event because of a
distraction such as alarm fatigue. What does evidence reveal about
alarm fatigue and distractions in healthcare when it comes to
patient safety? please include reference, cite, and please do not
copy and...

In each of the following situations, the possible bundles
contain apples and oranges and either 0, 1 or 2 of each. An example
bundle would be 2 apples and 1 orange = (2, 1). In each part, there
is a description of a set of preferences. If an ordering can be
made, make the ordering of the 9 possible bundles, and list any
bundles that would be on the same indifference “curve”. If the
ordering cannot be made, give a...

Which of the following statements regarding value-weighted
indexes is correct?
They are biased in favor of small market capitalization
companies.
They do not automatically adjust for stock splits.
All else being equal, the return for a value weighted index over
a given time period must be greater than the return earned on a
price weighted index.
None of the above
The monthly returns earned on the Dow Jones Total Stock Market
Index tend to be more correlated with the monthly...

n article in the Economist notes that the government of
Venezuela running a large budget deficit? "caused the money supply
almost to quadruple in two years and led to the? world's highest
inflation? rate, of over? 60% a? year." ?Source:? "Of Oil and
Coconut? Water," Economist?, September? 20, 2014. Running a large
budget deficit would cause the money supply in Venezuela to
increase so rapidly because A. the government must have sold bonds
to investors to finance the deficit. B....

If
I want to sell a product,this product is made our self.
A
self brushing toothbrush that grips onto your teeth in order for it
to brush them while leaving your hands free.The tooth paste is put
a sort of reservoir that you fill up each time you want to brush
your teeth.how to write it's value proposition,can you give me some
ideas,please .thanks a lot.

A starting lineup in a soccer game consists of 11 players. A
certain team uses two formations. Formation 1 consists of 1
Goalkeeper, 4 Defenders, 3 Midfielders and 3 Forwards. Formation 2
consists of 1 Goalkeeper, 3 Defenders, 5 Midfielders and 2
Forwards.
This team has on its roster 3 Goalkeepers, 8 Defenders, 6
Midfielders, and 5 Forwards.
a) In Formation 1, how many different starting lineups can be
created?
b) In Formation 2, how many different starting lineups can...

you have two populations of mockturtles (Testudo bogus)
that differ in shell patternings. When grown under identical
conditions, population A has solid green shells, while population B
has marbled blue and yellow shells. Your research has identified
the alice gene as the source of this variation.
Which of the following observations would make you conclude that
these phenotypic differences were caused by epigenetic differences
in the alice gene between the two populations?
a. Population A and B have identical DNA...

What does it mean if a good has inelastic demand? Provide an
example of an inelastic good?

Singer Company has a
line of credit with United Bank. Singer can borrow up to $374,000
at any time over the course of the Year 1 calendar year. The
following table shows the prime rate expressed as an annual
percentage along with the amounts borrowed and repaid during the
first three months of Year 1. Singer agreed to pay interest at an
annual rate equal to 2.00 percent above the bank’s prime rate.
Funds are borrowed or repaid on the...

Given two independent random samples with the following
results:
n1=562 x1 =273
???n2=356 x2=144
Can it be concluded that there is a difference between the two
population proportions? Use a significance level of
?=0.05
for the test.
1. Compute the weighted estimate of p, p??. Round your
answer to three decimal places.
2. Compute the value of the test statistic. Round your answer to
two decimal places.
3. Determine the decision rule for rejecting the null
hypothesis. Round the numerical...

100 Ω, 200 Ω and 77 Ω
resistors are connected in parallel with one another. This
combination is connected to a 120V battery. Find
(a) the equivalent
resistance of the parallel resistors,
(b) the total current
provided by the battery.

We drop a 22.8 g ice cube at 0∘C into 1000 g of water at 20∘C.
Find the total change of entropy of the ice and water when a common
temperature has been reached.

Listed below are amounts of court income and salaries paid to
the town justices. all amounts are in thousands of dollars.
Court income 66.0 403.0 1566.0 113.0 270.0 253.0 110.0 156.0
34.0
justice salary 29 46 90 57 44 62 26 27 17
the percent of variations in justice salary that can be
explained by court income is, approximately = _ (answer with a
percent rounded to the hundreths decimal place)

Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the Harmonic Oscillator
model system to describe the vibrational motion of a diatomic
molecule . Where is the model a good approximation for vibrational
motion? Where does the model break down and why ? How can the model
be improved?
Please include diagrames and models and provide a full
explanation this is the second time posting please answer the full
question

Simple random sampling was used to obtain a sample of
n = 90
elements from a population of
N = 600.
The sample mean was
x = 85,
and the sample standard deviation was found to be
s = 9.
(a)
Estimate the population total.
=
(b)
Estimate the standard error of the population total. (Round your
answer to four decimal places.)
s
=
(c)
Develop an approximate 95% confidence interval for the
population total. (Round your answers to four...

What strategic choices do international companies have about
where to locate production operations?

The doctor orders oxacillin 100 mg/kg/day in 4 divided doses.
The patient weighs 20 kg. The dose on hand is oxacillin oral
suspension 250 mg/5 mL.
a. How many mL will you administer for one dose?
b. What route of administration will you use?
c. How many mg will the patient receive in one dose?

Which of the following will cause a movement along the demand
curve instead of a shift of the demand? curve?
A.
Income
B.
Expectations of the future price of a good
C.
Tastes and preferences
D.
none of the above

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