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**babyangel1972**- Replies: 1

Not looking for the answer I am just horrible at math and don't understand. Can you help me understand how to set up the problem.

a. Drawing from a regular deck of playing cards, what is the probability of drawing a face card (jack, queen, king) 3 times in a row? (assume that jokers are taken our and assume no replacement)

b. How would the probability change if you assumed replacement?

Thank You!

Thank You!

**babyangel1972**- Replies: 1

A tire company tested a particular model of super radial tire and found the tires to be normally distributed with respect to wear. The "average" (mean) tire wore out at 59,000 miles , and the standard deviation was 2500 miles.

a. If 2000 tires are tested, about how many are likely to wear out before 54,000 miles?

**babyangel1972**- Replies: 5

Let's say a student scored 45 on a math achievement test for which the mean was 36 and the standard deviation was 6. Judging on the basis of this performance, what score would you predict for her on a standardized test for which the mean is 100 and the standard deviation 15?

**babyangel1972**- Replies: 1

Suppose the distribution of heights of a group of 400 children is normal, with a mean of 150 centimeters and a standard deviation of 12 centimeters. About how many of these children are taller than 162 centimeters?

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Imagine the exam scores of a class of 10 students. Make three very different distributions that all have a mean of 80. ?? help

**babyangel1972**- Replies: 2

John's bowling average is 152. The other night, John's scores on the first two games were 132 and 138. What does he need to boal on the tird game in order to maintain his average.

How do I solve this?

Thank you everyone!!!!

**babyangel1972**- Replies: 4

I have always hated fractions....Can you give me some pointers (how do you solve the problems below)

1. Reduce the fractions to the lowest terms that make whole or mixed numbers.

14/4=

38/8=

14/6=

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2. Where do I begin with these???????

6 3/5 x 1 2/8 =

2 2/5 + 6 3/4 =

**babyangel1972**- Replies: 2

Can you show me how to complete these problems.....the work involved

1. 3/4 is _____ to .75

a. < b, > c, = d, /

2. .45 is ______ to 1/3

a. < b. > c. = d. /

**babyangel1972**- Replies: 1

A light pole casts a shadow 22 feet long. A 6 foot man standing 10 feet from the base of the light pole cast a shadow of 12 feet. How tall is the light pole?

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Between the years 1999 and 2003 the average text book rose from $45.00 to $67.00/ What is the percent of increase (rounded to the nearest whole number) for the average text book.

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On a roll of film with 24 exposures, 6 exposures did not print. What percent of the film did not print.

**babyangel1972**- Replies: 2

If

ooo

ooo ~

ooo = ¾, show 1

ooo

**babyangel1972**- Replies: 1

Find the sum: KM + XW

Z ZM

**babyangel1972**- Replies: 3

The median price of homes sold in 1991 by region of the country is given below.

South= $88,200

Northeast= $136,700

Midwest= $76,800

West= $147,600

The median price of a home in the Midwest was approximatley what fraction of the median selling price of a home in the West?

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