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Math Solving Problems(1)

Math Solving Problems(1)

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Exam 1 - Use your own paper as an answer sheet. Show all mathematical calculations. Nopartial credit will be given if work is not shown. A calculator will be required to completethe exam.
Solving Problems1. A questionnaire on housing arrangements showed the following information obtained from 30respondents.Construct a frequency distribution and a pareto chart for the following data.H = house A = ApartmentM = mobile homeC = condominiumHCHMCACAMCMCAMACCMCCHAHHMCAMAC2. When 36 randomly selected customers left a convenience store, each was asked the number of items he or she purchased. Construct a frequency distribution, histogram, and frequency polygonfor the data.2943666286557538666232446998994217443. The temperature of Singing River was recorded at 6 P.M. each day for the month of April.Construct a histogram, and ogive using relative frequencies for the data. Use six classes.545348514949505358484250545354575655474851575542464344434746
4. The following data represents the expenses of Chemistry Lab, Inc. for research anddevelopment for the years indicated. Each number represents millions of dollars. Draw a timeseries graph to represent the data. Be sure to use the same scale.YearAmount1965$ 8,9371970$ 9,3881975$ 11, 2711980$ 13, 2711985$ 19, 2035. In a study of 100 working teenagers, ages 16-18 the following numbers had given the major reasons for working as shown here. Construct a pie graph for the data.ReasonNumbeTo buy a car45To pay for education 39For spending money 12Other46. The following temperatures were recorded in Nevada for a week in April.87858078838690Find each of the following: Must use formulas and show work.a. mean b. medianc. moded. midrangee. rangef. variance- must use formula and show work g. standard deviation
h. z score for a temperature of 857. Shown is a frequency distribution for the number of inches of rain received in one year in 25selected cities in the United States. Number of inchesFrequency5.5-20.5220.5-35.5335.5-50.5850.5-65.5665.5-80.5380.5-95.53Find each of the following: Must use formulas and show work.a) mean b) medianc) modal classd) variancee) standard deviation8. In a survey of third grade students, the following distribution was obtained for the number of “best friends” each had. Find the average number of “best friends” for the class. Use theweighted mean. Number of studentsNumber of best friends81625330

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