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It is believed that 4 % of children have a gene that may be linked to juvenile diabetes. Researchers at a firm would like to test new monitoring equipment for diabetes. Hoping to have 24 children with the gene for their study, the researchers test 733 newborns for the presence of the gene linked to diabetes. What is the probability that they find enough subjects for their study? What is the probability? Select the correct answer below and, if necessary, fill in the answer box to complete your choice. A. P(enough subjects)equals nothing (Round to three decimal places as needed.) B. The conditions for finding the probability are not satisfied.

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It is believed that 44% of children have a gene that may be
linked to juvenile diabetes. Researchers at a firm would like to
test new monitoring equipment for diabetes. Hoping to have 22
children with the gene for their study, the researchers test 735
newborns for the presence of the gene linked to diabetes. What is
the probability that they find enough subjects for their
study?
What is the probability? Select the correct answer below and,
if necessary, fill...

Researchers believe that 6% of children have a gene that may be
linked to a certain childhood disease. In an effort to track 50 of
these children, researchers test 950 newborns for the presence of
this gene. What is the probability they find enough subjects for
their study?

Hypothesis Test for 1 -Proportion Z
2) of children are believed to carry a gene that predisposes
them to juvenile diabetes. Researchers find in a sample of 732
newborns 87 carry the gene.
a) What is the sample proportion p^. What is u p^ and s p^
b) Given the claim that 10% of children have this gene, test at
the .05 significance level that the true proportion is greater than
.10
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Hypotheses:
Conditions check: the Normal Distribution is...

Five males with an X-linked genetic disorder have one child
each. The random variable x is the number of children among the
five who inherit the X-linked genetic disorder. Determine whether
a probability distribution is given. If a probability distribution
is given, find its mean and standard deviation. If a probability
distribution is not given, identify the requirements that are not
satisfied.
x P(x)
0 0.028
1 0.153
2 0.319
3 0.319
4 0.153
5 0.028
Does the table show...

Five males with an X-linked genetic disorder have one child
each. The random variable x is the number of children among the
five who inherit the X-linked genetic disorder. Determine whether
a probability distribution is given. If a probability distribution
is given, find its mean and standard deviation. If a probability
distribution is not given, identify the requirements that are not
satisfied.
x
P(x)
0
0.0290.029
1
0.1490.149
2
0.3220.322
3
0.3220.322
4
0.1490.149
5
0.0290.029
Does the table show...

1. Use the given values of n and p to find the minimum usual
value
muμminus−2sigmaσ
and the maximum usual value
muμplus+2sigmaσ.
Round to the nearest hundredth unless otherwise noted.
nequals=10141014;
pequals=0.860.86
Five males with an X-linked genetic disorder have one child
each. The random variable x is the number of children among the
five who inherit the X-linked genetic disorder. Determine whether
a probability distribution is given. If a probability distribution
is given, find its mean and standard deviation....

An important feature of digital cameras is battery life, the
number of shots that can be taken before the battery needs to be
recharged. The accompanying data contains battery life information
for
2929
subcompact cameras and
1616
compact cameras. Complete parts (a) through (d) below.
DATA: Subcompact
Compact
298
395
314
451
287
452
278
263
250
352
197
242
335
332
240
219
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231
238
259
197
282
217
398
277
507
209
198
260
149
219
131...

1. A city official claims that the proportion of all commuters
who are in favor of an expanded public transportation system is
50%. A newspaper conducts a survey to determine whether this
proportion is different from 50%. Out of 225 randomly chosen
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2. A survey of 225 randomly chosen commuters are asked...

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2nd CASE: An
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discovered him unconscious in his home. The woman who dialed “911”
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Actually a HISTORY question: what tactics does Einhard use to
portray Charlemagne in "Life of Charlemagne" and what tactics does
Procipius use to describe Justinian in a positive light in the
"Nika Riots"? Ive posted both excerpts.
"Life of Charlemagne"
Charles the Great, (Charlemagne in French) reigned 768-814 as
king of the Franks and the most important ruler of the Carolingian
Dynasty, conquering lands in what is now Germany, France, Spain,
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