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Answer the following questions and round your answers to 2 decimal places. 84% of all Americans live in cities with population greater than 50,000 people. If 50 Americans are selected at random, find the probability that

A. Exactly 42 of them live in cities with population greater than 50,000 people.

B. At most 45 of them live in cities with population greater than 50,000 people.

C. More than 40 of them live in cities with population greater than 50,000 people.

D. Between 35 and 40 (including 35 and 40) of them live in cities with population greater than 50,000 people.

Answer #1

63% of all Americans live in cities with population greater than
100,000 people. If 45 Americans are randomly selected, find the
probability that a. Exactly 27 of them live in cities with
population greater than 100,000 people. b. At most 27 of them live
in cities with population greater than 100,000 people. c. At least
30 of them live in cities with population greater than 100,000
people. d. Between 23 and 29 (including 23 and 29) of them live in...

67% of all Americans live in cities with population greater than
100,000 people. If 35 Americans are randomly selected, find the
probability that
a. Exactly 21 of them live in cities with population greater than
100,000 people.
b. At most 22 of them live in cities with population greater than
100,000 people.
c. At least 24 of them live in cities with population greater than
100,000 people.
d. Between 17 and 22 (including 17 and 22) of them live in...

70% of all Americans live in cities with population greater than
100,000 people. If 34 Americans are randomly selected, find the
following probabilities. Round your answers to 4 decimal
places.
a. Exactly 24 of them live in cities with population greater than
100,000 people.
b. At most 23 of them live in cities with population greater than
100,000 people.
c. At least 23 of them live in cities with population greater than
100,000 people.
d. Between 20 and 27 (including...

question 1) 80% of owned dogs in the United States are spayed or
neutered. Round your answers to four decimal places. If 30 owned
dogs are randomly selected, find the probability that
a. Exactly 25 of them are spayed or neutered.
b. At most 24 of them are spayed or neutered.
c. At least 24 of them are spayed or neutered.
d. Between 18 and 24 (including 18 and 24) of them are spayed or
neutered.
question 2)
79% of...

64% of owned dogs in the United States are spayed or neutered.
Round your answers to four decimal places. If 42 owned dogs are
randomly selected, find the probability that
a. Exactly 28 of them are spayed or neutered.
b. At most 25 of them are spayed or neutered.
c. At least 28 of them are spayed or neutered.
d. Between 22 and 26 (including 22 and 26) of them are spayed or
neutered.

Here, report all answers to 4 decimal places. Use Daniel’s
tables where applicable.
10. In a Gallup Poll of adults taken a number of years back, 40%
of the respondents indicated that they had very little or no
confidence in health maintenance organizations (USA Today, June 22,
2004). Assume that this is true for the current population (hope
not!) of adults. Suppose a random sample of 16 adults is selected.
Find the probability that the number of adults in this...

Calculate the probabilities for each of the following problems.
Round all answers to four decimal places.
1) For a distribution with µ = 845.9; σ = 46.8; n = 60, what is
the probability of randomly selecting a value less than 835?
2) For a distribution with µ = 23.7; σ = 4.5; n = 30, what is
the probability of randomly selecting a value less than 22?
3) For a distribution with µ = 1272.5; σ = 145.2; n...

Use the information below to answer the following questions.
Instructions: Round your answers 2 decimal
places.
Real GDP Year 1
Population Year 1
Real GDP Year 2
Population Year 2
$370,000.00
34.00
$391,571.00
34.85
Question 1:
What is the growth rate of real GDP between year 1 and 2?
___%
Question 2:
What is GDP per capital in Year 1?
$
What is GDP per capita in Year 2?
$
Question 3:
What is the growth rate in real GDP...

Show all work** Label answers ** * TI Graphing Calculators
required ** Round probabilities to 3 decimal places * 1. According
to a Kellogg Company, 34.2% of Americans eat breakfast every day.
Calculate the binomial probabilities from randomly selected people
in the U.S.
a. P(Less than 11 Americans out of 25 eat breakfast daily) =
b. P(More than 13 Americans out of 40 eat breakfast daily) =
c. P(At least 1 out of 5 Americans eat breakfast daily) =
d....

*Please show your work
*Be sure to round z-values to 2 decimal places and round
any probabilities to 4 decimal places
*If doing a hypothesis test, be sure to sure state the
Ho and Ha, you may choose the p-value or rejection region approach
to hypothesis testing, unless otherwise noted in the
question.
*If you need to use the normal approximation, be sure to
show the appropriate steps.
1. A survey of U.S. adults found that 8% say
their favorite...

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