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Statistics › Probability › Solution Id 14411

Importance of simple random sampling  

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1. One can think of the mean as a balance point. How does this relate to the necessity of squaring the deviations in order to determine the variance? ... Read More
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Statistics › Probability › Solution Id 14410

Normal probability for unknown standard deviation     

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Now suppose the distribution of SAT scores is normal with a mean of µ = 500 and the standard deviation σ is unknown. If the mean SAT score... Read More
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Statistics › Probability › Solution Id 14409

Inverse normal probability for SAT scores 

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The distribution of SAT scores is normal with a mean of µ = 500 and a standard deviation of σ = 100. If the mean SAT score is computed fro... Read More
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Statistics › Probability › Solution Id 14408

Comparing the two normal probability scores 

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A random sample is obtained from a normal population with a mean of µ = 80 and a standard deviation of σ = 8. Which of the following outco... Read More
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Statistics › Probability › Solution Id 14407

Z-score for sampling distribution 

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A population has a mean of µ = 45 and a standard deviation of σ = 20. Find the z-score corresponding to each of the following sample means... Read More
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Statistics › Probability › Solution Id 14406

Normal probability distribution for SAT score 

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The distribution of scores on the SAT is approximately normal with a mean of 500 and a standard deviation of σ = 100. For the population of stud... Read More
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Statistics › Probability › Solution Id 14405

z-score values and area of the distribution   

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For a normal distribution, identify the z-score value(s) that separate the area of the distribution into sections so that there is…  A. 80... Read More
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Statistics › Probability › Solution Id 14404

Problem based on Normal Distribution.

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Find each of the following probabilities (P) for a normal distribution.  A. P (z > -1.00)  B. P (z > -0.80)  C. P (z < 0.25)&n... Read More
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Statistics › Probability › Solution Id 14403

Comparison of exam scores based on their Z scores.

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1.For a sample with a standard deviation of 10, a score of X = 44 corresponds to a z-score of 0.50.  Based on this info, what is the sample mean?... Read More
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Statistics › Probability › Solution Id 14402

Calculating the Z scores for the given normal distribution

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For a sample with mean = 50 and standard deviation = 10… A. Find the z-score for each of the following X values:  X = 60  X = 75 &nbs... Read More
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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14653

Discussion on the causes of the stagflation of 197...

1.(Stagflation) what were some of the causes of the stagflation of 1973 and 1979? In what ways were these episodes of stagflation different from the g... Read More

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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14652

Calculation of market clearing price and quantity.

Suppose a highly competitive market is described by the following supply and demand functions S= 3P=90 and  D=7910 -5P .suppose also that a repre... Read More

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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14651

Explaining the relation between macroeconomic vari...

Describe the relationship between each of the following variables based on the experience of the U.S. economy over the past 30 years. (a)   ... Read More

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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14650

Discussion on recent recession.

a) Explain what is measured by Real GDP. (b) When a recession is over, do people begin to immediately feel the effects of an efficient economy? Use th... Read More

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Economics › Econometrics › Solution Id 14649

Calculation of variance and standard deviation of ...

A company is considering between two projects: project 1 and project 2. The estimated cash flows and their probabilities of the two projects are given... Read More

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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14648

Calculation of optimal output.

Two monopolistically competitive firms face the same demand and total revenue functions but face different total cost functions. These demand, total r... Read More

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