## MTH 140 : 4.1 Discussion: Where is Probability?

Get on the Gallup website at https://www.gallup.com/Search/Default.aspx?s=&p=1&q=polls&b=Links to an external site. Pick one of the articles (not a blog) on the Gallup website OR select an article listed below and discuss the measures of central tendency.  In the article, scroll down and find the “survey methods” box and click the +. In your original post, … Read more

## Statistics

Inside the box of every cereal box contains a surprise gift. The store manager assures employees that 11 of the 51 boxes on the shelf have a secret decoder ring and inside the other 40 boxes on the shelf contain a different gift. If two cereal boxes are randomly selected from the shelf to purchase, … Read more

## Data Architecture and Modeling Ontology Habits

Using Protégé develop an ontology habits that can lead to COVID-19 infection. (30 points) Explain with an example on how RDF triples could be clustered in a hierarchical form to develop an ontology using RDFS. You may use MS Visio of any other tool to provide a diagram explaining your example. (30 points) Provide … Read more

## Statistics

the work. 1. The time (in minutes) spent stopped in rush-hour tra¢ c by 18 drivers was recorded and is tabulated below. 50 52 49 53 53 58 40 30 41 62 61 51 60 71 59 64 22 35 Determine the following: (a) Determine the mode of the data. (b) Determine the range of … Read more

## Probability & Normal Distribution excel spreadsheet & word document

On a spreadsheet should have 20 “height” values listed below, along with my height of 64 inches as the “x” value. And then remember, you’re going to find the mean and the sample standard deviation. Give us a background. People that you chose maybe come up with an Excel spreadsheet. Where do you have? You … Read more

## Probability & Normal Distribution Excel & Word Document

On a spreadsheet should have 20 “height” values listed below, along with my height of 64 inches as the “x” value. And then remember, you’re going to find the mean and the sample standard deviation. Give us a background. People that you chose maybe come up with an Excel spreadsheet. Where do you have? You … Read more

## Response/Opinion to Probability Post

“A contingency table provides a way of portraying data that can facilitate calculating probabilities (Holmes, A., Illowsky, B., & Dean, S. 2017)”. I was unable to survey half and half, however, I was pretty close. I learned that right handed people far outweighed left handed people.  Part 1: A survey of 30 people to find out if … Read more

## Probability

A Survey of 30 people to find out if they are left-handed or right-handed, and use the following chart to create a contingency table with the information. Left handed= 6  Right handed = 24 Total Female lefty =4 righty=16 Male lefty Total= 2 righty=8 Answer the following questions about the information in your contingency table: … Read more

## Statistics Help!

Describe the distribution of hours worked each week. Provide appropriate numerical summaries based on the shape of your distribution. Describe the shape, center, and spread using numerical measures that best describe the distribution. In your description, include an interval of typical values and a discussion of variability. Do the data suggest that there is a … Read more