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Among the entire population of homeowners, the mean loss from
fire is $250.00 with a standard deviation of
$1000.00. The loss from fire by homeowners is not a
normally distributed variable. Let be the
average loss from fire for 100 randomly chosen
homeowners. Using the sampling distribution for , what
is the probability that will be greater than
$450.00?

Dragon fire color is determined by a diallelic locus
F/f, where F yields blue fire and f yields red fire. The F locus
exhibits complete dominance, where the F allele is dominant. You
have a population of 100 female dragons, 16 of which breathe red
fire. 1/7 of the dragons that breathe blue fire are
FF.
A. You randomly mate your entire population of female
dragons to a male with genotype Ff. What are the chances of the
offspring breathing...

Sheridan Corporation recently suffered a fire in its warehouse.
The fire destroyed all of the company’s inventory on hand at June
30. The opening inventory on June 1 was $2,632,350. Sheridan
purchased an additional $670,000 during June and had sales of
$1,240,000 for the month at a gross profit of 32%.
Using the gross profit method, estimate the value of the inventory
destroyed in the fire.
Estimated Inventory Destroyed is $

Ivanhoe Legler requires an estimate of the cost of goods lost by
fire on March 9. Merchandise on hand on January 1 was $41,800.
Purchases since January 1 were $79,200; freight-in, $3,740;
purchase returns and allowances, $2,640. Sales are made at 33 1/3%
above cost and totaled $126,000 to March 9. Goods costing $11,990
were left undamaged by the fire; remaining goods were destroyed.
Collapse question part (a) Incorrect answer.
Your answer is incorrect.
Compute the cost of goods destroyed....

Exercise 9-13 Tim Legler requires an estimate of the cost of
goods lost by fire on March 9. Merchandise on hand on January 1 was
$38,810. Purchases since January 1 were $93,270; freight-in,
$4,600; purchase returns and allowances, $2,500. Sales are made at
33 1/3% above cost and totaled $144,000 to March 9. Goods costing
$10,580 were left undamaged by the fire; remaining goods were
destroyed. (a) Compute the cost of goods destroyed. Cost of goods
destroyed $ (b) Compute...

2) An article in Fire Technology (2014) studied the
effectiveness of sprinklers in fire control by the number of
sprinklers that activate correctly. The researchers estimate the
probability of a sprinkler to activate correctly to be 0.7. Suppose
that you are an inspector hired to write a safety report for a
large ballroom with 10 sprinklers. Let the random variable X denote
the number of sprinklers in the ballroom that activate correctly.
Assume the sprinklers activate correctly or not independently....

What is the equation for calcularing the estimate of a
population?

Estimate the population of México for the year 2015,
assuming that the population obeys a) the General Population
equation and b) the Logistic equation. Compare the estimated value
with the actual value and discuss and interpret any
differences.

Q6 a) A population standard
deviation is estimated to be 15. We want to estimate the population
mean within 1.2, with a 95-percent level of confidence. What sample
size is required?
b) Orla is the new statistician at a cola company.
She wants to estimate the proportion of the population who enjoy
their latest idea for a flavour enough to make it a successful
product. Orla wants to obtain a 95-percent confidence level
estimate of the population proportion and she wants...

From the top of a fire tower, 50 m high, a fire is spotted at an
angle of depression of 21.8 degrees. How far is the fire from the
foot of the fire tower?

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