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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 be the sample proportion that ate fast food in the past week. What is ? 10 1.0.43 2.114 3.0.57 4.86 5.0.2451

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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 be the sample proportion that ate fast food in the past week. What is ? 10 1.0.57 2.0.00122 3.0.035 4.0.2451

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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 that do not have health insurance is more than 0.20? 1..0074 2..9927 3..80 4..003 5..045 10

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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 10 1. 12 2. 5.477 3. 84 4. 15.336

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Determine SD(X) from the given parameters of the population and the sample size. μ = 84 SD(X) = 12 n = 30 1.12 2. 5.477 3. 15.336 4. 2.191 10

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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 a random sample of 60 college football players results in a sample mean of 48 or fewer strong blows? 10 1.0.1665 2.0.8335 3.0.3335 4.0.1858

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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 with mean 58.3 seconds 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? 1.0.5576 2.0.7941 3.0.2059 4.0.500 10

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