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Assume P(A) = .35 and P(B) = .45 to answer the questions below.

What is the minimum P(A and B) could possibly be and under what scenario?

What is the maximum P(A and B) could possibly be and find P(B | A)?

Answer #1

Assume P(A) = .35 and P(B) = .45 to answer the questions
below.
What is the minimum P(A or B) could possibly be and find P(A |
B)?
What is the maximum P(A or B) could possibly be and under what
scenario?
What is the P(A^c and B^c ) if A and B were independent
evets?

Assume P(A) = .35 and P(B) = .45 to answer the questions
below.
What is the minimum P(A and B) could possibly be and under what
posibility?
What is the maximum P(A and B) could possibly be and find P(B |
A)?

Answer the following questions about the function whose
derivative is given below.
a. What are the critical points of f?
b. On what open intervals is f increasing or
decreasing?
c. At what points, if any, does f assume local
maximum and minimum values?
f′(x)= (5sinx−5)(2cosx+3) , 0
≤ x ≤ 2π

Assume that the probability of a being born with Genetic
Condition B is p=p= 5/6 . A study looks at a random sample of 334
volunteers.
Find the most likely number of the 334 volunteers to have Genetic
Condition B.
(Round answer to one decimal place.)
μ =
Let XX represent the number of volunteers (out of 334) who have
Genetic Condition B. Find the standard deviation for the
probability distribution of XX .
(Round answer to two decimal places.)...

Suppose P(A) = 1/4 and P(B) = 2/5 .
(a) What is the maximum value of P(A ∩ B)?
(b) What is the minimum value of P(A ∩ B)?
(c) What is the maximum value of P(A ∩ B0 )
(d) What is the minimum value of P(A ∩ B0 )
(e) What is the maximum value of P(A ∪ B)?
(f) What is the minimum value of P(A ∪ B)?
(g) What is the maximum value of P(A|B)?
(h)...

question25
Assume that the probability of a being born with Genetic
Condition B is p=p=7/20. A study looks at a random sample of 875
volunteers.
Find the most likely number of the 875 volunteers to have Genetic
Condition B.
(Round answer to one decimal place.)
μ =
Let XX represent the number of volunteers (out of 875) who have
Genetic Condition B. Find the standard deviation for the
probability distribution of XX.
(Round answer to two decimal places.)
σ =...

. Assume that you have collected 35 ml egg white. Answer the
following questions: a) How much 1.0 N Acetic acid will be added to
the above egg white? What is the purpose of adding acetic acid?
Explain briefly. b) What will be the pH of the egg white solution
after adding 1 N acetic acid, assuming egg white is neutral?

7) Answer the questions below for hypothesis A and
B.
1.What is the test statistic? (Round to two decimal places as
needed.)
2. What are the critical values? (Round to three decimal places
as needed.)
3. Since the test statistic (falls/does not fall) in the
rejection region, (reject/do not reject) Ho. There is (sufficient/
not sufficient) evidence to conclude that the mean of population 1
is different from population 2.
4.What is the P value?
5. Since the p-value is...

Use the table to answer the questions:
X # of burgers a person eats
P (x)
0
.10
1
.25
2
.35
3
.15
4
.10
5
.05
Construct a probability distribution histogram.
What is P (a person eats at least 3 burgers)
What is P (a person eats between 1 and 3 burgers)
What is P (a person eats at most 3 burgers)
Find the population mean.
Find the population standard deviation to the nearest
tenth.

Review the scenario and answer the questions below:
1. One of the studies included in a meta-analysis reported
statistically significant relationship (r = 0.63, P < .001)
between the research variables. What is the effect size?
2. Another study reported that the postintervention mean on a
scale was 26.6 (standard deviation [SD] = 8) for the treatment
group and 18.5 for the control group (SD = 8). What is this effect
size?

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