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Find the probability that an Emotional Health Index Score is 82.7.

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find the modal age of patients draw a histogram and frequency polygon to depict the patient who visited the hospital for drugs
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Shahidul
what is statistics
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Shahidul
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Alex
Waz up dude
Shahidul
not much
Alex
Just woke up
Alex
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Amarachukwu
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how can I get a use of statistics of the following areas physical science biological sciences industry
let make a research I will inform u
Nanfuna
what is the relation of state with chemistry
relation with chemistry
Anila
how to solve difficult questions?
Excel
The thread life of a particular brand of tyre is a random variable best described by a normal distribution with a mean of 60,000 miles and a standard deviation of 8,300 miles. If the manufacturer warrants the tyre for the first 45,000 miles, what proportion of the tire will need to be replaced under
am tired of notes staff alone.Edify the book mathematically
A production company produces 500 COVID_19 sanitizers and find out that 25% of the sanitizers are defectives if 4 sanitizers are selected at random 1-compute the probability of having 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 2-compute the probability of having _ A_between 1 and 4 B_between 2 and 4 inclusive
between 1and4
Alhassan
1 - (0 - 31,641%), (1 - 42,188%), (2 - 21,094%), (3 - 4,688%), (4 - 0,391%) 2 - (1-4 -> 25,781%) (2-|4 -> 26,1172%)
Luis
what is the basis of z table?
The manager of pharmaceutical company here in kaduna assumes the company's employees are honest. However, there have been many shortage from the cash register lately. There is only one employee who could have taken money from the register during this period. Realizing that the shortage might have resulted from the employee inadvertently giving incorrect change to customers, the employee does not know whether to forget the situation or accuse the employee of theft.
In words, what are the null and alternative hypothesis? Explain your choices. a) What constitutes a Type I error in this problem? b) What is a Type II error? Which do you think is more serious? Explain
A box contain three items that are labelled A,B,C.2 items are selected at random (without selecting) from the boxes, list all possible outcome for these experiment, write the sample space
the disadvantage of using stem and leaf graph over others?
frequency is not known
Dexter
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Nanfuna
what is data in shot
what is data set
A recent study indicated that 30% of the 100 women over age 55 in the study were widows. a. How large a sample must one take to be 95% confident that the estimate is within 0.05 of the true proportion of women over 55 who are widows? [4] b. If no estimate of the sample proportion is available,
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Dexter