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Arrangements Video Clip
Arrangements
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arrangements, factorial, probability, statistics
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Finding The Average Speed
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average, distance, speed, statistics, time
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Finding The Mean Of A Data Set Video Clip
Finding The Mean Of A Data Set
Video Clip Length: 3 minutes 5 seconds
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This tutorial will help you learn how to find the mean or average of a given data set. You need to memorize the formula to find the average. You must combine the given numbers in your data, then divide by the quantity of numbers in your set. You will also learn how to show a fraction as division in order to get your mean.
mean, sets, statistics
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Arrangements 2
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Top Statistics Word Problems

There are four choices of apple and orange (#16)
There are four choices of apple and oran... ...orange. How many combinations are there?
combinations, probability, statistics

11 people are racing (#1347)
11 people are racing. What are the odds... ...t are the odds of being 1st, 2nd or 3rd?
factorial, probability, statistics

How many 3 topping pizzas (#383)
How many 3 topping pizzas could be made... ...if you have 10 toppings to choose from?
combinations, probability, statistics

A cheese pizza can be ordered (#235)
A cheese pizza can be ordered with some,... ...ions are available for ordering a pizza?
factorial, probability, statistics

Find the IQ score separating the top (#1404)
Find the IQ score separating the top 85%... ...n of 100 and a standard deviation of 15.
mean, normal distribution, probability, standard deviation, statistics
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Homework Help Questions
 If P(A) = 3/8
What are the odds for A
What are the odds against A
 The average salary for firstyear teachers is $27,989. If the distribution is approximately normal with a standard deviation of $3250, what is the probability that a randomly selected firstyear teacher makes these salaries?
a. between $20,000 and $30,000 per year;
b. less than $20,000 per year.
 13, 15, 24, 44, 50
 Sue is considering loaning 5000 to her brother for a business venture. Her brother promises to pay her back and he'll give her an extra 10000 if his buisness is an instant success. Sue believes there is only a 15% chance that his business will succeed, and she believes that there is a 10% chance that he will never repay the loan.
B) Compute Sue's expected profit on the loan, and standard deviation
C) Should sue expect to profit or lose money from the loan? Is this a risky investment, or is it fairly safe? Justify your answers with the statistics computed.
 How many ways can you choose 5 players out of 10?
 Consider a binomial experiment with n=20 and p =.70 compute f(0)
 The mean of a normal distribution is 100 and the standard deviation is 15. Find the value of separating the top 85% from the others.
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