Question

Answer the question "What is the probability that someone you know will die from COVID-19 this year?" and give your opinion.

*Hint: You take for example the region where you
live, the number of confirmed cases in this region and the
population. N represents the total number of cases infected in the
region, and p is the probability of death in Lebanon. You calculate
the P(X=1).*

Answer #1

We know that the probability of a person getting infected with
COVID-19 (based on global data) is 30% and the probability of dying
because of COVID-19 (gobally) is 7.012%
After doing tests to 3,500 people in Florida we have found that
86% have not tested positive for COVID-19 and that 4.9% of the ones
that tested positive died.
1. Calculate the probability of a randomly chosen person in
Florida to NOT to get infected with COVID-19
2. Calculate the probability...

Part B:
According to a report of COVID-19 death rates in the United
States from CDC as of April 6th 2020, New York has
around 21.2 per 100,000 people for the death rate, which is the
state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases.
a) Obtain a point estimate for the
population proportion of Americans who have died from COVID-19 in
New York state.
b) Verify that the requirements for
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c) Construct...

Findings In a cohort of 2215 adults
with COVID-19 who were admitted to intensive care units at 65
sites, 784 (35.4%) died within 28 days, with wide variation among
hospitals. Factors associated with death included older age, male
sex, morbid obesity, coronary artery disease, cancer, acute organ
dysfunction, and admission to a hospital with fewer intensive care
unit beds.
Meaning This study identified
demographic, clinical, and hospital-level factors associated with
death in critically ill patients with COVID-19 that may be used to...

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Cases in 2014
US Deaths in 2014
Probability
33,599
2,626,418
0.01279271
1
Using an
appropriate and reliable web site with at least one year's data
from within the last 5 years, research and make a table to the
right that shows the number of cases, the total population and the
relative frequency (similar to the example above) that estimates
the probability that a randomly selected person in the U.S. will be
afflicted with pertussis (whooping cough). Give the estimated
probability...

Suppose approximately 900 people die in bicycle accidents each
year. One study examined the records of 1811 bicyclists aged 15 or
older who were fatally injured in bicycle accidents in a five-year
period and were tested for alcohol. Of these, 642 tested positive
for alcohol (blood alcohol concentration of 0.01% or higher). (a)
Summarize the data with appropriate descriptive statistics. (Round
your answer to four decimal places.) p̂ = (b) To do statistical
inference for these data, we think in...

PLEASE READ THE ARTICLES ATTACHED AND ANSWER THE
FOLLOWING QUESTION. THE ARTICLES ARE BOTH LISTED
PLEASE PROVIDE DETAILED EXPLANATIONS.
PLEASE WRITE ONE REFLECTION COMBINING BOTH
ARTICLES.
The purpose of the Article Reflection is to deepen your
engagement with the topic of Epidemiology. It will give you the
opportunity to reflect on the current real-life epidemiological
issues at hand and help to bring meaning to them.
ARTICLE 1:
A group of students knew they had covid-19. They hosted
a party over...

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Answer the following question for any pilgrimage of your
choice
1) What is name of your pilgrimage site?
2) Where is located?
3) Can you make a pilgrimage at any time or does it need to be
on a certain day to coincide with a celebration/ceremony/time of
year?
4) Can you visit alone or must you be with a group?
5) Do you know anyone that has been to this place?
6) If so, asked them for five things you...

T-tests are used when you want to examine differences but you do
not know everything about the population. There are three types of
t-tests that you may choose to do: one-sample t-test, independent
sample t-test, or dependent sample t-test. You can calculate these
by hand, in SPSS, or in Excel. The instructions below can be used
for SPSS and your textbook offers instructions for using Excel.
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These tests are used when you want to determine the
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