Respond to one of your colleagues posts and explain how you might see the implications differently. Random sample of 100: Statistics AGE OF RESPONDENT N Valid 88 Missing 0 Mean 47.56 Std. Deviation 17.312 Range 68 Minimum 21 Maximum 89

## Statistics

28% of a certain country’s voters think that it is too easy to vote in their country. You randomly select 12 likely voters. Find the probability that the number of likely voters who think that it is too easy

## Mathematical Statistics and Probability

Exercise 1 A consulting group believes that 70% of the people in a certain county are satisfied with their health coverage. Assuming that this is true, find the probability that in a random sample of 15 people from the

## voting theory and game theory

For this module’s assignment review the following. Voting Theory A group of students were asked to vote on their favorite horror films. The candidate films are: Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, The Babadook, Cabin Fever, and Dead Snow (A, B,

## Probability2 and financial math

For this module’s assignment review the following. In the following problem give your answer using the notation nPr or nCr. You don’t have to give an actual numerical answer. There are 10 athletes entered in a race. If a gold, silver, or bronze

## Probability, Matrix, and Linear Algebra

Question 1. Find x and y so that [2x ???? y; x + 3y] = [1; 25]: Question 2. Write the vector [3; 5] as a linear combination of [6; 4] and [3; 1]: Question 3. Find the angle between

## Linear Algebra and Probability 3

Please show all work. Thanks! See doc for ma. Question 1. Consider the matrix (a) Find all eigenvalues of A: (b) For each eigenvalue of A; nd the associated eigenvector(s). Question 2. Consider the matrix (a) Find the determinant of

## EXAM paper on “Game of Theory”

There is a total of 8 paper, each paper contains various questions. Please open and see before bidding. topics covered but it was roughly:1) Probability2) Permutation & Combination3) Binomial & Normal Distribution4) Game Theory

## topics covered but it was roughly: 1) Probability 2) Permutation & Combination 3) Binomial & Normal Distribution 4) Game Theory

topics covered but it was roughly: 1) Probability 2) Permutation & Combination 3) Binomial & Normal Distribution 4) Game Theory I have attached the file in the following link. I need a full solution. https://filebin.net/dsihwz40jfxf277z

## Probabilty

1) The student is enrolled in Biology, Chemistry and Physics, the student spent 50% time in Biology, 30% time in Chemistry and the rest of the time is spent in Physics. Despite all the time the student spend in the