## I would like you to discuss what inference CLT enable us to make, i.e., about mean vs individual (point) values.CLT, for example, could with determination of whether there is a concern in a compa

Question I would like you to discuss what inference CLT enable us to make, i.e., about mean vs individual (point) values. CLT, for example, could with determination of whether there is a concern in a company if both genders are promoted equally. As a case study, you can discuss the following experiment on male bank […]

## MTH 231 Week 1 DQ 1 and DQ 2

Question DQ 1: There are two broad areas of statistics: inferential and descriptive. In inferential statistics, we use analytical methods to derive meaning from our data. In descriptive statistics, we study effective ways to describe the data. Charts and graphs are very important in descriptive statistics.Compare the graphs in Figures 2-6, 2-7, and 2-10 in […]

## Stanford University’s soccer field has an area of 8800 square yards. Its length is 30 yards longer than its width.Write an expression for each…

Question Stanford University’s soccer field has an area of 8800 square yards. Its length is 30 yards longer than its width. 1.Write an expression for each dimension (length and width) of the soccer field. 2.Write an equation and solve for the dimensions of the soccer field. 3.Suppose a new groundskeeper decides that he has enough […]

## A distribution which is useful for modelling count data has the following probability function:

Question 3. A distribution which is useful for modelling count data has the following probabilityfunction:fX(x) =r + x ô€€€ 1xpr(1 ô€€€ p)xLet X be a random variable with this probability function.(a) Explain how X can be derived as the number of failures before the rth success,from a series of independent trials with probability of success […]

## Assignment 1. Linear Programming Case Study (Worth 110 pts)From your real-world of your business* formulate a linear programming project for this assignment according to the following specifications.I

Question From your real-world of your business* formulate a linear programming project for this assignment according to the following specifications. It will be a problem with at least three (3) constraints and at least two (2) decision variables. The problem will be bounded and feasible. It will also have a single optimum solution (in other […]

## Find the accumulated amount at the end of 6 months on a \$160 bank deposit paying simple interest at a rate of 4% per year. a) \$167.20 b) \$163.20 c)…

Question Find the accumulated amount at the end of 6 months on a \$160 bank deposit paying simple interest at a rate of 4% per year. \$167.20 \$163.20 \$165.20 \$161.20 \$166.20 None of the above. Review Later Mr. Smith wishes to retire in 13 years. When he retires he would like to have \$300,000 in […]

## Ansmission line interruptions in a telecommunications network occur at an average rate of one perday (i.e. 5 per five-day work week). letx= the number of interruptions in the next five-day workweek.(a

Question Ansmission line interruptions in a telecommunications network occur at an average rate of one perday (i.e. 5 per five-day work week). letx= the number of interruptions in the next five-day workweek.(a) (6 pts) assess the probability that there are no interruptionsp(x= 0).(b) (6 pts) now consider the random variabley= the number of weeks in […]

## Approximate the arc length of the graph of the function over the interval [0,4] in three ways. a) Use the Distance Formula to find the distance between the endpoints of the arc. b) Use the Distance Fo

Question Approximate the arc length of the graph of the function over the interval [0,4] in three ways. a) Use the Distance Formula to find the distance between the endpoints of the arc. b) Use the Distance Formula to find the lengths of the four line segments connecting the points on the arc when x=0, […]

## Email if it is confused

Question Read the article provided and answer the following questions. (If you have difficulty with this link, search on the web for “Trade Talk: Survey investigates office worker retail spending” by Bell Hoffman.)1)  What is the purpose of the article?2)  What are the essential questions that the research sets out to answer?3)  What is the […]

## Flip a coin 10 times and record the observed number of heads and tails. For example, with 10 flips one might get 6 heads and tails.

Question Flip a coin 10 times and record the observed number of heads and tails. For example, with 10 flips one might get 6 heads and tails. Now, flip the coin another 20 times (so 30 times in total) and again, record the observed number of heads and tails. Finally, flip the coin another 70 […]