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If a balloon has a mass of 0.03kg and a velocity of 3.1m/ is the momentum of the balloon? round to the nearest tenths.

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Libby built a fence that was 56 \text { feet}56 feet long over 44 days. she built the same length of fence each day. how many inches of fence did libby build each day?

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Now, martin can reasonably guess that the standard deviation for the entire population of people at the mall during the time of the survey is $1.50. what is the 95% confidence interval about the sample mean? interpret what this means in the context of the situation where 95 people were surveyed and the sample mean is $8. use the information in this resource to construct the confidence interval.

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In this problem, we explore the effect on the standard deviation of multiplying each data value in a data set by the same constant. consider the data set 14, 6, 8, 15, 15. (a) use the defining formula, the computation formula, or a calculator to compute s. (round your answer to one decimal place.) s = 4.28 (b) multiply each data value by 3 to obtain the new data set 42, 18, 24, 45, 45. compute s. (round your answer to one decimal place.) s = 12.83 (c) compare the results of parts (a) and (b). in general, how does the standard deviation change if each data value is multiplied by a constant c? multiplying each data value by the same constant c results in the standard deviation remaining the same. multiplying each data value by the same constant c results in the standard deviation being |c| times as large. multiplying each data value by the same constant c results in the standard deviation increasing by c units. multiplying each data value by the same constant c results in the standard deviation being |c| times smaller. (d) you recorded the weekly distances you bicycled in miles and computed the standard deviation to be s = 3.8 miles. your friend wants to know the standard deviation in kilometers. do you need to redo all the calculations? yes no given 1 mile â‰ 1.6 kilometers, what is the standard deviation in kilometers? (enter your answer to two decimal places.)

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