Question

Answer the following based on Chapter 12:

**a) You and your friends are going out for pizza and
there is a choice of 8 toppings you can choose for the same price
but you are only allowed to choose 3 of them. How many combinations
of toppings could you have, given you could choose the same one
more than once.**

**b) In a game called codebreaker, a code is made up of
different colors by one player (the codemaker) and the other person
(the code breaker) has to try and work out the code. The codemaker
uses the colors blue, yellow, white, red, orange and green. How
many 4 color codes can be made if the same color cannot be used
more than once.**

Answer #1

The Color Mixer
The colors red, blue, and yellow are known as the primary colors
because they cannot be made by mixing other colors. When you mix
two primary colors, you get a secondary color, as shown down below.
Once you have complete that task, use a repetition structure down
below.
When you mix red and blue, you get purple.
When you mix red and yellow, you get orange.
When you mix blue and yellow, you get green.
Using While...

Suppose you wanted to test whether M&M’s made the same
amount of each color. You could run a goodness of fit test to see
if each color had the same proportion. Suppose you took a sample of
M&M’s and below is the breakdown by color: Color OBSERVED
Counts Blue 15 Orange 14 Green 10 Yellow 11 Red 4 Brown 6 Total 60
Test whether each color has the same proportion. Show all five
steps of this test at the 10%...

M&M's Color Distribution: Suppose the
makers of M&M candies give the following average percentages
for the mix of colors in their bags of plain chocolate
M&M's.
Stated Distribution of Colors
Brown
Yellow
Red
Orange
Green
Blue
Percent
30%
20%
20%
10%
10%
10%
Now, you randomly select 200 M&M's and get the counts given
in the table below. You expected about 20 blues but only got 9. You
suspect that the maker's claim is not true.
Observed Counts by Color...

Milk Chocolate M&M’s come in 6 colors; blue, orange,
green, yellow, red, and brown.
The color is red and the number of candies is 25/200 total
M&Ms
1. Choose your favorite color of M&M’s you will be working
with for this project. State the color and give the counts
below.
Color of choice:
Number of M&M's in your color:
Total number of M&M's:
Proportion of M&M's in your color:
2. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of
M&M’s...

8.Study Type: For each of the following situations state whether
the research is an observational study or a designed experiment.
Explain your reasoning for your answer.
A) Recall Problem #3, in Grand Haven, Michigan, the speed limit
on Mercury Drive is 45 mph. Residents with a driveway leading out
to the road often complain that traffic tends to exceed 45 mph. A
traffic engineer installs a device that records the speed of each
car that passes a certain point on...

Part A: Answer all the questions below. You are required to
number all your answers correctly and write all the necessary
solutions in your answer sheets.
1. If you would win $25 if you pulled a heart from a standard
deck of 52 cards, the Expected Monetary Value would be? Write the
implications if this bet is repeated a large number of times. [3
Marks]
2.
Ifan8-characterPINisselectedfrom0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,X,P,Rwhatisthetotal
possible number of PINs without repetitions? [2 Marks]
3. How many total number...

ind the number of ways of selecting 12 balls from 6 red bal
COMBINATION
Solve each of the following problems. (Show your work.)
Find the number of ways of selecting 12 balls from 6 red balls,
5 white balls and 5 blue balls if each selection consists of 4
balls of each color.
Among the seven nominees for two vacancies on the city council
are four men and six
women. In how many ways may these vacancies be filled...

please answer and explain
Video Transcript:
Promoting Children's Health: A Focus on Nutrition in
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>> Our most important job is to keep the
children safe and healthy. And within keeping them healthy and
keeping them safe, we want to make sure that they are receiving
proper nutrition. So at this age, starting healthy habits, we want
to make sure that the preschool and kindergarten age children are
receiving all that we can give them when it comes...

Review and submit the Donatos: Finding the New Pizza
case study below. Answer the following two questions:
2. Evaluate the Wassup meeting as an exploratory methodology to
help define the research question.
4. What measurement scales would you have used on the survey that
was part of the in-restaurant product tests?
Abstract and Written Case:
The pizza segment of the fast-food industry is very aggressive.
As people’s tastes change and new diets become the rage, restaurant
chains must decide if...

For this assignment, you will be creating a simple
“Magic Number” program.
When your program starts, it will present a welcome screen. You
will ask the user for their first name and what class they are
using the program for (remember that this is a string that has
spaces in it), then you will print the following message:
NAME, welcome to your Magic Number program. I hope it helps
you with your CSCI 1410 class!
Note that "NAME" and "CSCI...

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