#1) Agree - Fundamental Principle of Counting #2) Disagree on CD Problem #3) Disagree on mean problem #4) Agree on mode problem (Bimodal)
#5) Disagree on Median Problem The median is the middle data point after the data is arranged in increasing order of size. 9 is not in the middle. It is the largest data point.
I disagree with #1. There isn't enough info given. What if some of the shirt's colors clash with pants colors? Dressing isn't a random event.
would the answer to number 5 be A?
#1 is correct. The number of ways a person can make an outfit is without regard to whether the outfits match.
The median is not 3.4. Do this: Post the 7 numbers in order from smallest to largest. @kittymeow101 Then, we will find the one in the middle which is the median.
"#1 is correct. The number of ways a person can make an outfit is without regard to whether the outfits match." Not in the real world, kiddo.
1.2,3.4, 3.4,5.6, 5.6, 7.8,9.0
the answer would be 5.6
>the answer would be 5.6 Correct
would the answer to the CD problem be 70?
On the mean problem, you can add them and divide by 11 or enter them here and let the program calculate the mean. http://www.alcula.com/calculators/statistics/mean/
would the answer to the mean problem be 20.63?
>would the answer to the CD problem be 70? That is what I got. Order does not matter here. The number of ways to pick a group of 4 from 8 is C(8,4) = 70.
>would the answer to the mean problem be 20.63? That is what I got. Yes.
That is it for this thread, right?