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If A and B are independent events, then it must be true that .
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According to the general equation for conditional probability, if p (a^b)=4/5 and p(b)=5/6 , what is p(a[b) ?
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If a gumball machine contains 22 red gum balls, 46 yellow gum balls, 14 green gum balls, and 18 orange gum balls, what is the probability t…
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A sample with which of these variances has a standard deviation that is greater than the variance?
A. 0.25
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If the standard deviation of the data values in a sample is 19, what is the variance of the data values?
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If a sample of 51 employees were taken from a population of 606 employees, could refer to the varian…
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If the variance of the data values in a population is 324, what is the standard deviation of the data values?
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If the variance of the data values in a population is 324, what is the standard deviation of the data values?
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Richard's annual takehome pay is $34,200. What is the maximum amount that he can spend per…
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How is an investment bank different from a commercial bank?
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Jesse has a balance of $1200 on a credit card with an APR of 18.7%, compounded monthly. About how much will he save in interest over the cou…
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What is the name of the interest payments that a bondholder receives for purchasing a bond?
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A person who needs a car for two years while traveling for work would most likely choose to do which of the following?
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Joe is a single man whose salary is $40,000 per year. Based on the tax table below, how much does he need to contribute to his employer's 40…
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Breanna completed the lease term on her car and decided to turn the car in instead of purchasing it. Upon inspection, the dealership noted t…
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Benjamin's credit card has an APR of 19%, calculated on the previous monthly balance, and a minimum payment of 2%, starting the month after …
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Visit this link: https://www.connexus.com/content/media/620830126201280213AM972778938.png If 30 sixth graders own birds, how many sixth …
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A bank paid 2.3% interest on a money market account. What is 2.3% written as a decimal?
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Armando received his credit card bill and noticed multiple unauthorized charges. How soon must he notify his bank of these charges before he…
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The opening balance of one of the billing cycles for Rusty's credit card was $603. If he makes a payment during the billing cycle but doesn'…
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A credit card had an APR of 16.42% all of last year and compounded interest daily. What was the credit card's effective interest rate last y…
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Poindexter has a credit card that uses the average daily balance method. For the first 15 days of a 31day billing cycle, his balance was $2…
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A. The charge will be due on the next bill.
B. Everett must pay the charge, plus any late fees.
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A credit card issuer charges an APR of 10.82%, and its billing cycle is 30 days long. What is its periodic interest rate?
A. 11.43%
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A credit card had an APR of 15.21% all of last year and compounded interest daily. What was the credit card's effective interest rate last y…
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The opening balance of one of the billing cycles for Bonita's credit card was $912. If she makes a payment during the billing cycle but does…
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Suppose you buy a CD for $1000 that earns 2.5% APR and is compounded quarterly. The CD matures in 5 years. Assume that if funds are withdraw…
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