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Question 5: a) Based on historical data, 9% of all logs arriving at a lumber mill are of suitable quality for use in timber frame construction. Also based on historical data, the average number of logs arriving at the mil per day is 33. Calculate, to the nearest %, the probability that 4 or more logs suitable for timber frame construction arrive at the mill on any given day. b) If 10 logs arriving at the mill are randomly selected, what is the probability, to the nearest %, that 4 or more of them will be suitable for timber frame construction? c) If a project requires 8 logs that are suitable for timber frame construction, what is the probability, to the nearest %, that enough of these logs arrive at the mill over the next 4 days?

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A university student is writing a multiple-choice test with 20
questions. Each question on the test has 4 choices for an answer,
one of which is the correct one. To pass the test, the student must
get at least 50% of the answers correct. The student has absolutely
no idea what any of the correct answers are, and so guesses on...

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The mass of garbage put out for curbside pickup, per
household, in a certain community, is reported to have a mean of
340 kg/year and a standard deviation of 85 kg/year. Based on this
information:
d) Assuming again that the population is very large, let us now
suppose that 4 consecutive samples of 200 households are taken, and
each one of them has a sample mean less than 330 kg/year. Calculate
the...

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Below is the data on costs and associated number of passengers
for twelve 500-mile commercial airline flights using Boeing 737s
during the same season of the year. Using the data given (you
should be able to click on the data below and copy it into Excel),
answer the following questions (Data for the question adopted from
Business Statistics for Contemporary Decision Making by Ken Black):
Number of...

QUESTION ONE:
(a) Based on past experience, the quality control engineer of
Heavy Electrical Limited has estimated that the probability of
commissioning each project in time at a site is 0.9. The company is
planning to commission 5 such projects in the forthcoming year.
Find the probability of commissioning: i.)No project
ii.) Two projects in time
iii.) At most one project in time
iv). At least two projects in time
v). Find the mean and variance of the above distribution...

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It is known from Phase I data, the process has the average
defects rate of 40 defects per 1000 boards.
(a) One engineer suggests a sampling strategy to make quality
checking every hour by selecting 100 boards, how to construct a
monitoring chart (CL = ? UCL = ? LCL = ?)?
(b) How many boards should be checked at each sampling hour in
order to obtain a...

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ANSWER PLEASE, Thank you!
Your CPA firm has been contracted by the state to serve as the
internal audit function for The
Commission on Workforce Development. The Commission was
established several years ago by the
state legislature to “increase the job skills of individuals
receiving public assistance and help them to
obtain employment to be able to support themselves and their
dependents.” To accomplish this
objective, the Commission enters...

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Question 12 (1 point)
A medical researcher wants to determine if the average hospital
stay of patients that undergo a certain procedure is greater than
8.7 days. The hypotheses for this scenario are as follows: Null
Hypothesis: μ ≤ 8.7, Alternative Hypothesis: μ > 8.7. If the
researcher takes a random sample of patients and calculates a
p-value of 0.0942 based on the data, what is the appropriate
conclusion? Conclude at the 5% level of significance....

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Cost Behavior
Cover-to-Cover Company is a manufacturer of shelving for
books. The company has compiled the following cost data, and wants
your help in determining the cost behavior. After reviewing the
data, complete requirements (1) and (2) that follow.
Units
Total
Total
Total
Machine
Produced
Lumber Cost
Utilities Cost
Depreciation Cost
15,000 shelves
$180,000
$18,250
$135,000
30,000 shelves
360,000...

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On May 8, 1984, Hannah Eisenstat graduated from Louisiana State
University. She set to work opening a coffee shop in Baton Rouge
called HannaH and found a perfect location in a new development.
Using a $50,000 inheritance to finance the venture together with
her own sweat equity, she started the business on August 1, 1984 as
a sole proprietorship. The shop was profitable in the first year.
Hannah found, however, that...

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Question 1
1 / 1 pts
Why was there a need for healthcare reform?
Doctors and nurses were poorly trained and did not know how to
provide adequate care for patients
Hospitals were not equipped with adequate medical devices
Millions of Americans has no health insurance
Hospitals were not making enough money, so insurance companies
needed to raise premiums
PartialQuestion 2
3 / 5 pts
Match the components...

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