Mathematics, 20.03.2020 22:57 yeetusbobeetus

# Employees from Company A and Company B both receive annual bonuses. What information would you need to test the claim that the difference in annual bonuses is greater than $100 at the 0.05 level of significance?

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 14:00

Chanelle deposits $7,500 into the bank. she does not withdraw or deposit money for 6 years. she earns 6% interest during that time. what will the balance be when she is finally able to withdraw her money?

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 16:10

The number of hours per week that the television is turned on is determined for each family in a sample. the mean of the data is 37 hours and the median is 33.2 hours. twenty-four of the families in the sample turned on the television for 22 hours or less for the week. the 13th percentile of the data is 22 hours. approximately how many families are in the sample? round your answer to the nearest integer.

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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 03:30

Aking and his army will attempt to capture a fortress. the left and right flanks break off from the main group to attack the west and east guard towers. suppose the left flank has a 60% chance of success and the right flank has a 75% chance of success, independently of one another. if both flanks capture their respective targets, then the king has a 98% chance of successfully taking the fort. if, however, only the left flank captures its tower, the king has an 80% chance of success; if only the right flank succeeds, the king has a 50% chance. if both flanks fail, then the king's chance of capturing the fort drops to 20%. it turns out the king captures the fort. what is the probability that one, and only one, flank was successful (either the left, or the right, but not both)? (round your answer to 3 decimal places)

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Employees from Company A and Company B both receive annual bonuses. What information would you need...