6. steel rods are manufactured with a mean length of 28 cm. because of variability in the manufacturing process, the lengths of the rods are approximatley normally distributed with a standard deviation of 0.06 cm

(a) what proportion of rods has a length less than 27.9 cm?

(round to four decimal places as needed)

(b) any rods that are shorter than 27.86 cm or lonnger than 28.48 m are discarded. what proportion of rods will be discarded?

(c)using the results of part (b) if 500 rods are manufactured in a day how many should the plant manager expet to discard?

(d) if an order comes in for 10,000 steel rods how many rods should the plant manager expect to manufacture if the order states that all rods must e between 27.9 cm and 28.1 cm

7. suppose the length of the pregnancies of animals are approxiately normal distributed with the mean = 211 days and standrad deviation= 11 days.

(a) what is the probability of randomly selected pregnancy lasts less than 207 days?

(b) what is the porobability that a random sample of 19 pregnancies has a man gestation period of 207 days or less?

(c) what is the porbabilty that a random sample of 49 pregnancies has a mean gestation period of 207 days or less?

9. find the Z score such that the area under the standard normal curve to the left is 0.91

9. find the Z score such that the area under the standard normal curve to the left is 0.91

8. The shape of the didstribution of the time reguired to get an oil change at a 15-minute oil change facicility is unknown. however, records indicate that the mean time is 16.9 minutes, and thee standard deviation is 4.9 minnutes. (a) to compare probabilities regarding thr sample mean using the nnoral model, what ssize sample w9ould be required? (b) what is the probability that a random sample of n=40 oil changes results in a sample mean time less than 15 minutes? (a) choose the requred sample size: a. any sample size could be used. b.the sample size needs to be less than 30. c. the normal model cannot be used if the shape of the distribution is unknown. d. the sample size needs to be greaterr than 30. the probability is approximatley?

10. the mean incubation time for a type of fertilized egg kept at 100.3 degreesF IS 21 DAYs. suppose that the incubaton times are approximatley normally distributed with a standard deviation of 1 day. a.what is the probability that a randomly selcted fertilized egg hatches in less than 20 days? b.what is the probability that a randomly selcted fertilized egg takes over 22 days to hatch? c.what is the probability that a randomly selcted fertilized egg hatches between 19 and 21 days? d. would it be unusualfor ann egg to hatch in less than 18 days why?

11. a researcher wishes to estimate the average blood alchol concentration (BAC) for drivers involved in fatal accidents who are found to have positive BAC values. he randomly selects reecordsfrom 1100 suchh drivers and dtermind the smple mean BAC to be 0.17g/dl (a) assuming that the populati0ion standard deviation for the BAC is 0.07 g/dl, construct an interperta 90% confidence interval for the mean BAC. A

interpret a 90% confident inervalfor the mean bac. choose the correct answer. a) the researcher is 90% confident that the population mean bac is in the confidence interval for drivers involved in fatal accidents who have a positive bac value. b) the researcher is10% confident that the population mean bac is in the confidence interval involved in fatal accidents who have a positive bac value. c) the researcher is 90% confident that the population mean bac is not in the confidence interval for drivers involved in fatal accidents ho have a positive bac value.. (B) all states of a countryh use a bac of 0.10%g/dl as the legal intoxication level . is it possible that the mean bac of all drivers involved in fatal accidents who are found to have a positive bac values is less than the legal intoxication level? yes or no 12) a poll of 547adults fro a certain countryh employed full or part time asked "how uch total time in minutes do you spend commuting to and from work in a typical day?" survey results indicate that x=45.7 minutes and s=30.9minutes.complete a and b. a0construct and interpret a 90% confidence interval for the mean commute time of adult from this country emloyed full or part time.the lower bound is --- minutes. the upper bound is ----minutes. interpret a 90% confidence interval for the mean commte time of adults employed full or part time. choose correct answer..a) there is a 90% confidence that ythe mean commute time of adults from this country, employed full or part time lies betweeen the lower and upper bounds of the interval.b)there is a 90% confidence that the mean commute time iis greater than the upper bound of the interval. c) there is 90% confidence that the mean commute time is less than the lower bound of the interval. (b) is it possible that the mmean coute time is less than 40 min? yes or no is it likely? yes or no 13) people were polled on how many books they read the previous year. ho many subjects are needed to estimate the number of books read the previous year within one book with a 90% confidence? initial survey results indicate that standARD DIVIATION EQUALS 11.5 BOOKS. 905 CONFIDENCE LEVEL REQUIRES ? SUBJECTS. 14) A SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLE OF SINE N=40 is drawn from a population. the sample mean is found to be x=120.5 and the sample standard deviation is found to be s=12.7 construct a 99% confidence interval for thepopulation mean. the lower bound is? the upper bound is ?

15) a random variable x is norally distributed with mean =17 and standard diviation=5

A) compute Z1=14-17/5 b)Z2=20-17/5 C) THE AREA UNDER THE NORMAL CURVE BETWEEN X1=14 and x2=20 is 0.451. what is the area between z1 andz2? (a) z1= b)z2= c)the area is?

1. the mean incubation time for a type of fertilized egg kept at 100.5 degreesF IS 20 DAYs. suppose that the incubaton times are approximatley normally distributed with a standard deviation of 1 day. a.what is the probability that a randomly selcted fertilized egg hatches in less than 19 days? b.what is the probability that a randomly selcted fertilized egg takes over 21 days to hatch? c.what is the probability that a randomly selcted fertilized egg hatches between 18 and 20 days? d. would it be unusualfor ann egg to hatch in less than 17.5 days why?

2. find the indicated probability of the standard normal random variable Z.

P(-2.01 < or equal to Z< -1.09) =

3. find the Z score such that the area under the standard normal curve to the left is 0.95

4. A) compute Z1=19-20/3 b)Z2=21-20/3 C) THE AREA UNDER THE NORMAL CURVE BETWEEN X1=14 and x2=20 is 0.451. what is the area between z1 andz2? (a) z1= b)z2= c)the area is?

6. people were polled on how many books they read the previous year. ho many subjects are needed to estimate the number of books read the previous year within one book with a 90% confidence? initial survey results indicate that standARD DIVIATION EQUALS 14.3 BOOKS. 90% CONFIDENCE LEVEL REQUIRES how many SUBJECTs

7. a researcher wishes to estimate the average blood alchol concentration (BAC) for drivers involved in fatal accidents who are found to have positive BAC values. he randomly selects reecordsfrom 1400 suchh drivers and dtermind the smple mean BAC to be 0.16g/dl (a) assuming that the populati0ion standard deviation for the BAC is 0.06 g/dl, construct an interperta 90% confidence interval for the mean BAC. A

interpret a 90% confident inervalfor the mean bac. choose the correct answer. b. the researcher is 90% confident that the population mean bac is in the confidence interval for drivers involved in fatal accidents who have a positive bac value. a. the researcher is 10% confident that the population mean bac is in the confidence interval involved in fatal accidents who have a positive bac value. c) the researcher is 90% confident that the population mean bac is not in the confidence interval for drivers involved in fatal accidents ho have a positive bac value.. (B) all states of a countryh use a bac of 0.10%g/dl as the legal intoxication level . is it possible that the mean bac of all drivers involved in fatal accidents who are found to have a positive bac values is less than the legal intoxication level? yes or no

8. steel rods are manufactured with a mean length of 29 cm. because of variability in the manufacturing process, the lengths of the rods are approximatley normally distributed with a standard deviation of 0.08 cm

(a) what proportion of rods has a length less than 28.9 cm?

(round to four decimal places as needed)

(b) any rods that are shorter than 28.83 cm or lonnger than 29.17 m are discarded. what proportion of rods will be discarded?

(c)using the results of part (b) if 5000 rods are manufactured in a day how many should the plant manager expet to discard?

(d) if an order comes in for 10,000 steel rods how many rods should the plant manager expect to manufacture if the order states that all rods must e between 28.9 cm and 29.1 cm

10. The shape of the didstribution of the time reguired to get an oil change at a 15-minute oil change facicility is unknown. however, records indicate that the mean time is 16.7 minutes, and thee standard deviation is 4.6 minnutes. (a) to compare probabilities regarding thr sample mean using the nnoral model, what ssize sample would be required? (b) what is the probability that a random sample of n=35 oil changes results in a sample mean time less than 15 minutes? (a) choose the requred sample size: a. any sample size could be used. b.the sample size needs to be less than 30. c. the normal model cannot be used if the shape of the distribution is unknown. d. the sample size needs to be greaterr than 30. the probability is approximatley?

10. suppose the length of the pregnancies of animals are approxiately normal distributed with the mean = 298 days and standrad deviation= 28 days.

(a) what is the probability of randomly selected pregnancy lasts less than 287 days?

(b) what is the porobability that a random sample of 18 pregnancies has a man gestation period of 287 days or less?

(c) what is the porbabilty that a random sample of 37 pregnancies has a mean gestation period of 287 days or less?

11. determine the area under the standard normal curve that lies to the right of (a)Z=0.83,(b)Z=-0.08,(c)Z=-1.88 and(d)Z=0.03

12. A SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLE OF SIzE N=40 is drawn from a population. the sample mean is found to be x=120.5 and the sample standard deviation is found to be s=13.4 construct a 99% confidence interval for thepopulation mean. the lower bound is? the upper bound is ?

14. a poll of 547adults fro a certain countryh employed full or part time asked "how uch total time in minutes do you spend commuting to and from work in a typical day?" survey results indicate that x=45.5 minutes and s=30.9minutes.complete a and b. a0construct and interpret a 90% confidence interval for the mean commute time of adult from this country emloyed full or part time.the lower bound is --- minutes. the upper bound is ----minutes. interpret a 90% confidence interval for the mean commte time of adults employed full or part time. choose correct answer..a) there is a 90% confidence that ythe mean commute time of adults from this country, employed full or part time lies betweeen the lower and upper bounds of the interval.b)there is a 90% confidence that the mean commute time iis greater than the upper bound of the interval. c) there is 90% confidence that the mean commute time is less than the lower bound of the interval. (b) is it possible that the mmean coute time is less than 40 min? yes or no is it likely? yes or no

-sorry to send same problems with different nymbers but i had a time limit on my homework and missed it by 45 seconds. so it sht off, thank you. i also have one more set of 15 questions to send you but i cant until this is done.

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Answers:

1a.) 0.1587 1b.) 0.1587 1c.) 0.4772 1d.) Yes since the probability of less than 17.5 days is 0.0062

2. find the indicated probability of the standard normal random variable Z.

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Answers: 1a.) 0.15871b.) 0.15871c.) 0.47721d.) Yes since the probability of less than 17.5 days is 0.0062

2.find the indicated probability of the standard normal random variable Z. P(-2.01 < or equal to Z< -1.09) = 0.1156

7a.) 90% confidence interval for population mean = (0.1574, 0.1626)7b.) interpretation: The researcher is 90% confident that the population mean bac is in the confidence interval for drivers involved in fatal accidents who have a positive bac value. 8a.) 0.10568b.) 0.03368c.) 1688d.) 12679

10a.) Option D (greater than 30)10b.) 0.0144 Note there are two question #10 10a.) 0.347210b.) 0.047810c.) 0.0084

11a.) 0.203311b.) 0.531911c.) 0.969911d.) 0.4880

12a.)lower bound = 115.04upper bound = 125.96

14a.)90% CI for population mean = (43.33, 47.67)lower bound = 43.33upper bound = 47.6714b.) Yes but the probability is almost zero, it is almost or nearly impossible Is it likely --> No

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1test the hypothesis using the classical approach and thee P-VALUE APPROACH Ho:p=0.55 versus h1:p<0.55 n=150, x=78 a=0.10 (a) perform the test using the classical approach choose the correct answer there is not enough info to test do not reject the null hypothesis reect the null hypothesis

3(b) PERFORM THE TEST USING THE P-VALUE APPROCH P-VALUE=? CHOSE THE CORREECT ANSWER BELOW NOT ENOUGH TO TEST HYPOTHESE NOT REEECT NULL REJECT NULL

TO TEEST Ho U=107 VERSUS h1 U DOES NOT EQUAL 107 A SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLE OF SSSIZE N=35 IS OBTAINED. A. DOES THE OPOULATION HAVE TO BE NORAY DISTRIBUTED TO TEST THIS HYPOTHESIS? WHY? A. NO0 BECAUS THE TEST IS TWO TAILED. BYES BECAUSE THE SAMPLE IS SRANDOM C.YES BECASE N IS GRETHER THAN OR EQAL TO 30 D. NO BECAYSE N IS GREAATHER THAN OR EQUA TO 30

(B) F X=103.8 AND S=5.9 COMPUTE THE TEST STATOSIC. THE TEST STATSITIC IS To = round to neaessrt thoushanth.

4.to test ho; U=50 versus H1, u is less than 50 a random sample size n=22 is obtaoed from a population that is knownb tyo be norallyy distributed ith stand deviation=11 (A)if the sample mean s determond to be x =46.9 cokpute the test statistc round to two decmial places. (b) if the researcher ecides to test ths hypothiese at the a=0.04 leve of signficane determinne the criticla value. round to 2 decial places use a comma to sperte nswers as needed.

5.the mean consumotion of fruit 3 yrs ago waas 98.8 pounds a dietion believes tha the fruit consumption has rsen ssince then. \(a) determine the null and alternntive hypotheisis. which of the follwoing is correct a. ho u=98.8 h1, u<98.8 b.ho u=98.8 h1, u=>98.8 c. ho u=98.8 h1= not equal to 98.8

(b)suppose saple data indicates thge the null hypoothesis should be rejected. state the conclusion of the rsearcher. which of the following is the conclusion than can be reached A. there is sufficent evidence that the mean consmpution of fruit stayed the sae b.there is not sufficent evidence that consumotion of fruit has rissen c there is sufficent evidence that consumpton of fruit risen d. there is nont suffiecent eveidence that c9onsmpution of fruit stayed the same.

(C) SUPPOSE IN FACT THE MEA CONSUMOTON IS 98.58 POUNDS DID THE RESEARCHER COMITT A TYPOE ONE OR TWO ERROR

8. IF THE CONSEQUENCE OF AKING A TYPE 1 ERROR IS SEVVERE WOULD YOU CHOSE THE LEVELL OF SIGNIFICANCE a, to equal 0.01, 0.05, or 0.10

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1test the hypothesis using the classical approach and thee P-VALUE APPROACH Ho:p=0.55 versus h1:p<0.55 n=150, x=78 a=0.10 (a) perform the test using the classical approach choose the correct answer there is not enough info to test do not reject the null hypothesis reect the null hypothesis 3(b) PERFORM THE TEST USING THE P-VALUE APPROCH P-VALUE=? CHOSE THE CORREECT ANSWER BELOW NOT ENOUGH TO TEST HYPOTHESE NOT REEECT NULL REJECT NULL TO TEEST Ho U=107 VERSUS h1 U DOES NOT EQUAL 107 A SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLE OF SSSIZE N=35 IS OBTAINED. A. DOES THE OPOULATION HAVE TO BE NORAY DISTRIBUTED TO TEST THIS HYPOTHESIS? WHY? A. NO0 BECAUS THE TEST IS TWO TAILED. BYES BECAUSE THE SAMPLE IS SRANDOM C.YES BECASE N IS GRETHER THAN OR EQAL TO 30 D. NO BECAYSE N IS GREAATHER THAN OR EQUA TO 30 (B) F X=103.8 AND S=5.9 COMPUTE THE TEST STATOSIC. THE TEST STATSITIC IS To = round to neaessrt thoushanth. 4.to test ho; U=50 versus H1, u is less than 50 a random sample size n=22 is obtaoed from a population that is knownb tyo be norallyy distributed ith stand deviation=11 (A)if the sample mean s determond to be x =46.9 cokpute the test statistc round to two decmial places. (b) if the researcher ecides to test ths hypothiese at the a=0.04 leve of signficane determinne the criticla value. round to 2 decial places use a comma to sperte nswers as needed. 5.the mean consumotion of fruit 3 yrs ago waas 98.8 pounds a dietion believes tha the fruit consumption has rsen ssince then. \(a) determine the null and alternntive hypotheisis. which of the follwoing is correct a. ho u=98.8 h1, u98.8 c. ho u=98.8 h1= not equal to 98.8 (b)suppose saple data indicates thge the null hypoothesis should be rejected. state the conclusion of the rsearcher. which of the following is the conclusion than can be reached A. there is sufficent evidence that the mean consmpution of fruit stayed the sae b.there is not sufficent evidence that consumotion of fruit has rissen c there is sufficent evidence that consumpton of fruit risen d. there is nont suffiecent eveidence that c9onsmpution of fruit stayed the same. (C) SUPPOSE IN FACT THE MEA CONSUMOTON IS 98.58 POUNDS DID THE RESEARCHER COMITT A TYPOE ONE OR TWO ERROR

8. IF THE CONSEQUENCE OF AKING A TYPE 1 ERROR IS SEVVERE WOULD YOU CHOSE THE LEVELL OF SIGNIFICANCE a, to equal 0.01, 0.05, or 0.10

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