Mathematics, 11.05.2017 03:11

# Suppose that a restaurant chain claims that its bottles of ketchup contain 24 ounces of ketchup on average, with a standard deviation of 0.4 ounces. if you took a sample of the 49 bottles of ketchup what would be the approximate 95% confidence interval for a mean number of ounces of ketchup per bottle in the sample?

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Mathematics, 04.02.2019 18:25

Part one: measurements 1. measure your own height and arm span (from finger-tip to finger-tip) in inches. you will likely need some from a parent, guardian, or sibling to get accurate measurements. record your measurements on the "data record" document. use the "data record" to you complete part two of this project. name relationship to student x height in inches y arm span in inches archie dad 72 72 ginelle mom 65 66 sarah sister 64 65 meleah sister 66 3/4 67 rachel sister 53 1/2 53 emily auntie 66 1/2 66 hannah myself 66 1/2 69 part two: representation of data with plots 1. using graphing software of your choice, create a scatter plot of your data. predict the line of best fit, and sketch it on your graph. part three: the line of best fit include your scatter plot and the answers to the following questions in your word processing document 1. 1. which variable did you plot on the x-axis, and which variable did you plot on the y-axis? explain why you assigned the variables in that way. 2. write the equation of the line of best fit using the slope-intercept formula $y = mx + b$. show all your work, including the points used to determine the slope and how the equation was determined. 3. what does the slope of the line represent within the context of your graph? what does the y-intercept represent? 5. use the line of best fit to you to describe the data correlation.

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Mathematics, 04.02.2019 09:54

Find k so that the line through (5,-2) and (k,3) is parallel to 10x+11y=22, perpendicular to 3x+4y=8

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Mathematics, 02.02.2019 03:40

In january 2010, you began a one-year study of tuberculosis (tb) in a subsidized housing community in the lower east side of new york city. you enrolled 500 residents in your study and checked on their tb status on a monthly basis. at the start of your study on january 1st, you screened all 500 residents. upon screening, you found that 30 of the healthy residents had been vaccinated for tb and therefore were not at risk. another 20 residents already had existing cases of tb on january 1st. on february 1st, 5 residents developed tb. on april 1st, 10 more residents developed tb. on june 1st, 10 healthy residents moved away from new york city and were lost to follow-up. on july 1st, 10 of the residents who had existing tb on january 1st died from their disease. the study ended on december 31, 2010. assume that once a person gets tb, they have it for the duration of the study, and assume that all remaining residents stayed healthy and were not lost to follow-up. is the subsidized housing community in the lower east side of new york city a dynamic or fixed population? briefly explain the rationale for your answer. dynamic population it can changeable people can move out and move in into the population of a subsidized housing what was the prevalence of tb in the screened community on january 1st? prevalence = 30/500 answer: 0.06= 6% what was the prevalence of tb on june 30th? prevalence= 40/450=0.08= 8.88% what was the cumulative incidence of tb over the year? cumulative incidence = number of new cases/number in candidate population)over specified time period 10/450 = 2.2% suppose that you wanted to calculate the incidence rate of tb in the study population. calculate the amount of person-time that would go in the denominator of this incidence rate. be sure to show your work.

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Mathematics, 01.02.2019 22:45

Three friends are comparing the prices of various packages of golf balls at a sporting goods store. hector finds a package of 6 golf balls that costs $4.50.

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