anonymous
  • anonymous
can someone please help me by checking my test i really need to make at least a 90% and then i pass my class with no worries please!!!!!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
How can we check your test?
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3. Find the mean, median, and mode of the data set. Round to the nearest tenth. 15, 13, 9, 9, 7, 1, 11, 10, 13, 1, 13 (1 point) mean = 9.3, median = 8, mode =13 mean = 8.5, median = 10, mode = 13****** mean = 9.3, median = 10, mode = 13 mean = 8.5, median = 10, mode = 8 4. Find the mean, median, and mode of the data set. Round to the nearest tenth. Test scores on a math exam: 88, 89, 65, 62, 83, 63, 84, 63, 74, 64, 71, 82, 66, 88, 79, 60, 86, 63, 93, 99, 60, 85 (1 point)mean = 75.8, median = 79.5, mode = 63 mean = 75.8, median = 76.5, mode = 63 mean = 69.5, median = 76.5, mode = 63******* mean = 69.5, median = 76.5, mode = 79.5 7. You roll a standard number cube. Find P(number greater than 1). (1 point) 6/5 5/6****** 1/6 1 8. You have the numbers 1–25 written on slips of paper. If you choose one slip at random, what is the probability that you will select a number that is divisible by 4? (1 point) 1/5 6/25***** 4/25 2/3 9. You have the numbers 1–24 written on slips of paper. If you choose one slip at random, what is the probability that you will not select a number which is divisible by 3? (1 point) 3/8 1/3 5/8 2/3***** 10. A cell phone company orders 500 new phones from a manufacturer. If the probability of a phone being defective is 2.6%, predict how many of the phones are likely to be defective. Round your answer to the nearest whole number. (1 point)16 phones 13 phones***** 11 phones 130 phones 16. A store sells five models of cameras for $190.00, $420.00, $270.00, $300.00, and $420.00. If the sales tax rate is 6%, what are the mean, median, mode, and range of the total cost of the cameras? (1 point) mean = $318.00 median = $339.20 mode = $445.20 range = $21.20 mean = $339.20***************** median = $318.00 mode = $445.20 range = $243.80 mean = $339.20 median = $318.00 mode = $445.20 range = $21.20 mean = $445.20 median = $318.00 mode = $339.20 range = $243.80 17. What are the minimum, first quartile, median, third quartile, and maximum of the data set? 18, 20, 11, 10, 8, 6, 12, 4 (1 point)minimum 4; first quartile 7; median 10.5; third quartile 17.5; maximum 20 minimum 4; first quartile 5.5; median 12.75; third quartile 15; maximum 20 minimum 4; first quartile 8.75; median 12.75; third quartile 17.5; maximum 20 minimum 4; first quartile 7; median 10.5; third quartile 15; maximum 20********* 18. What are the minimum, first quartile, median, third quartile, and maximum of the data set? 60, 50, 130, 200, 180, 150, 100, 140 (1 point)minimum 50; first quartile 80; median 135; third quartile 165; maximum 200 minimum 50; first quartile 107.5; median 150; third quartile 182.5; maximum 200 minimum 50; first quartile 80; median 135; third quartile 182.5; maximum 200 minimum 50; first quartile 65; median 150; third quartile 165; maximum 200********* 21. Is the following data set qualitative or quantitative? the numbers of hours spent commuting to work by the employees of a company (1 point) qualitative quantitative****** 22. Identify the sampling method. You want to determine the number of text messages students at your school send in a month. You randomly ask students in each of your classes. (1 point)random systematic stratified******* none of these 23. A mathematics journal has accepted 14 articles for publication. However, due to budgetary restraints only 7 articles can be published this month. How many specific ways can the journal editor assemble 7 of the 14 articles for publication? (1 point)14 3,432****** 98 17,297,280
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Ohh that is too much I don't have that much time check it.

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  • anonymous
lol ok
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did you get a good grade?
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post you results :P

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