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## Can you do a journal article assignment? It has several components, but I can place answers in the template.

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## MATH 233 Unit 5 Individual Project

MATH 233 Unit 5 Individual Project

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## Set your utility for \$0 to be 0 and \$1 million to be 100. Use the simple decision tree

Ques 5a. (10 points) Set your utility for \$0 to be 0 and  \$1 million to be 100.  Use the simple decision tree used in determining the utility for money, where the lottery has a prize of \$1 million if you win and \$0 if you lose, to determine your utility for \$500,000 and \$200,000.  Use these 4 utilities to draw your utility curve for money.

## math and probability

At the beginning of this chapter, we discussed a freight study commissioned by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Com- pany (C&O). A sample of 2072 waybills from a population of 22,984 waybills was used to estimate the total revenue due C&O. The estimate arrived at was \$64,568. Because all 22,984 waybills were available, a census could be taken to determine exactly the total revenue due C&O and thereby reveal the accuracy of the estimate obtained by sampling. The ex- act amount due C&O was found to be \$64,651.

## Can you do a statistical word problem? It includes 4 cconcepts.

• Identify a research question from your professional life or career specialization that can be addressed by an independent samples t test.
• Indicate why a t test would be the appropriate analysis for this research question.
• Describe the variables and their scale of measurement.
• Discuss the expected outcome (e.g., "The group 1 mean score will be significantly greater than the group 2 mean score because…")

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## A polling group surveyed a city in Scotland regarding residents’ opinions on independence from UK. It is generally believed that the percentage of ‘Yes’ votes is 50%. The poll wants to find out whether fewer than half of the residents will vote ‘Yes’. The

Hypothesis Testing – Proportion and One Mean

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## My math lab Precalculus Home work assignments

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## Find the margin of error for the given values of C, S, and N. C=0.95, S=3.8, N=64. E=? round 3 decimal places

1)Find the margin of error for the given values of C, S, and N. C=0.95, S=3.8, N=64. E=? round 3 decimal places

2)Construct the confidence interval for the population mean u. C=0.98, (x bar)=5.6, S=0.8, and n=52. A 98% confidence interval for u is? (_,_)round two decimal places

3)Construct the confidence interval for the population mean u. C=0.98, (x bar)=15.1, S=4.0, and n=65.