Mathematics, 01.03.2020 00:36 brattymoo1009

# A food truck did a daily survey of customers to find their food preferences. The data is partially entered in the frequency table. Complete the table to analyze the data and answer the questions: Likes hamburgers Does not like hamburgers Total Likes burritos 49 92 Does not like burritos 75 38 Total 81 205 Part A: What percentage of the survey respondents did not like either hamburgers or burritos? (2 points) Part B: Create a relative frequency table and determine what percentage of students who like hamburgers also like burritos. (3 points) Part C: Use the conditional relative frequencies to determine which two data point has strongest association of its two factors. Use complete sentences to explain your answer. (5 points)

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:20

Alana has 12.5 cups of flour with which she is baking four loaves of raisin bread and one large pretzel. the pretzel requires 2.5 cups of flour to make. how much flour is in each loaf of raisin bread? explain the steps to follow to get the answer.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 19:30

Asurvey of 45 teens found that they spent an average of 25.6 hours per week in front of a screen (television, computer, tablet, phone, based on the survey’s sample mean, which value could be the population mean? 2.3 hours 27.4 hours 75.3 hours 41.5 hours

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 20:30

Max recorded the heights of 500 male humans. he found that the heights were normally distributed around a mean of 177 centimeters. which statements about max’s data must be true? a) the median of max’s data is 250 b) more than half of the data points max recorded were 177 centimeters. c) a data point chosen at random is as likely to be above the mean as it is to be below the mean. d) every height within three standard deviations of the mean is equally likely to be chosen if a data point is selected at random.

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