Statistics and Probabillity questions (Help)
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 1. Data collected over a long period of time show that a particular genetic defect
occurs in 1 of every 1000 children. The records of a medical clinic show X = 60 children
with the defect in a random sample of 50,000 examined. What is the probability of ob-
serving a value of X equal to 60 or more? Would you say that the observation of X = 60
children with genetic defect was rather unlikely?
2. Suppose a random sample of n = 25 observations is selected from a population
that has normal distribution with mean 106 and standard deviation 12.
 a. Give the mean and standard deviation of the sample mean ¯X .
 b. Find the probability that ¯X exceeds 110.
 c. Find the probability that the sample mean deviates from the population mean by
no more than 4.
3. Yearly income for a certain category of workers with 4 years of experience in a certain
Canadian province is believed to average $70,540 with a standard deviation of $4,000. In
an attempt to verify this assumption, a random sample of 36 workers of that category
 a. Describe the sampling distribution of the sample mean ¯X .
 b. Within what limits would you expect the sample average to lie, with probability
 c. Calculate the probability that the sample mean ¯X is smaller than $68, 500.
 d. If your random sample actually produced a sample mean of $68, 500, would you
consider this rather unusual? What conclusion might you draw?
 4. In a report of why e-shoppers abandon their online sales transaction, a study
found that “pages took too much time to load” and “site was too confusing so that I
couldn’t find the product” were the two complaints heard most often. Based on 50 cus-
tomers’ responses, the average time to complete online order form will take 4.5 minutes
and that the standard deviation of the time to complete an online order is 2.7 minutes.
Construct a 95% confidence interval for μ the average completion time for an online order.
 5. In a pool of n = 800 randomly selected adults, 360 indicated that movies were
getting better. Construct a 99% confidence interval for the overall proportion of adults
who say that movies are getting better.
6. Suppose the number of successes in n = 300 binomial trials is 27.
 a. Find a 90% confidence interval for p, the probability of success at each trial.
 b. Same question with a level of confidence 98%. Why is this interval wider than the