The Fast Food Association of America claims that 57% of adults age

```The Fast Food Association of America claims that 57% of
adults age 18-29 eat fast food at least once a week. Suppose
0.57 is the population proportion p of adults age 18-29 that
eat fast food at least once a20%
week.20% 20% 20% 20%
In a sample of n=200 adults age 18-29, let pˆ be the sample
proportion that ate fast food in the past week. What is E ( pˆ ) ?
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0.43
114
0.57
86
0.2451
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The Fast Food Association of America claims that 57% of
adults age 18-29 eat fast food at least once a week. Suppose
0.57 is the population proportion p of adults age 18-29 that
eat fast food at least once a week.
In a sample of n=200 adults age 18-29, let pˆ be the sample
proportion that ate fast food in the past week. What is SD( pˆ ) ?
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25%
25%
25%
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3.
25%
0.57
0.00122
0.035
0.2451
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Sixteen percent of Americans do not have health
insurance. In a random sample of n=500 Americans,
what is the probability that the proportion pˆ that do
not have health insurance is more
20% than
20% 0.20?
20%
20%
20%
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.0074
.9927
.80
.003
.045
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Determine E(X) from the given parameters of the
population and the sample size.
μ = 84 SD(X) = 12 n = 30
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25%
25%
25%
2.
3
25%
12
5.477
84
15.336
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4.
Determine SD(X) from the given parameters of the
population and the sample size.
μ = 84 SD(X) = 12 n = 30
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25%
25%
25%
2.
3.
25%
12
5.477
15.336
2.191
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4.
A 2008 study of concussions at VA Tech concluded that
in a season college football players suffered an average
of 50 strong blows to the head with a standard
deviation of 16. What is the probability
that a25%
random
25%
25%
25%
sample of 60 college football players results in a sample
mean of 48 or fewer strong blows?
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0.1665
0.8335
0.3335
0.1858
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The VP of quality control at Long John Silver’s wants
drive-thru waiting times to be 60 seconds or less.
Records obtained from the restaurants indicate that
waiting times are skewed right 25%
with mean
25% 58.3
25%seconds
25%
and standard deviation 13.1 seconds. What is the
probability that a random sample of 40 cars results in a
sample mean time of 60 seconds or less?
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0.5576
0.7941
0.2059
0.500
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