# Christopher Axton

Statistics teacher | Experienced educator in USA

I hold a degree in Statistics from McDaniel College, bringing a wealth of knowledge to help you conquer challenging subjects. With a passion for demystifying statistical concepts, I am dedicated to making learning an engaging experience. Let's unravel the complexities together and turn every question into an opportunity for understanding.

## Questions

How do you calculate the slope and intercept of a regression line?

How to find median and a mode of arranged and non-arranged data respectively?

How do you calculate a z-score?

Find the total number of ways in which a beggar can be given at least one rupee from four 25paise coins,three 50paise coins & 2 one rupee coins ? (1rupee=100paise)

Can someone help me solve this problem?

The probability that rozaimah goes shopping is 0.8 on a sunny day and 0.4 on a rainy day. H forcefasted that it will rain tomorrow is 0.3. What is the probability that rozaimah will go shopping tomorrow?

I have tried to solve number a and b, but I am confused to solve number c. Would you be so kind to help me please? It's about mathematical statistics. I am studying for my midterm. Thank you very much for your help before.

The mean of the numbers 8, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19 and y is 16. what is y?

Three manufacturing plants, say I, II and III, produce 20, 30 and 50 percent of a company’s output respectively. What is the probability that a randomly-chosen item from the company’s warehouse is defective?

How do you find the range of 5, 0, 14, 16, 13?

What is a partition of sums of squares?

What is the importance of descriptive statistics?

How many different student body governments are possible if there are 4 seniors, 5 juniors, and 3 sophomores running for the student body offices of senior class president, junior class president, and sophomore class president?

What is the goal of a matched pair design?

How do you find the margin of error for a poll, assuming that 95% confidence and pi= 0.4 for n = 450?

How many different permutations can you get from the letters in the word INVISIBILITY?

If the mean, actual observed values, and standard deviation are multiplied by #2#, does the z-score stay the same?

How do I rewrite the confidence interval (0.0268, 0.133) in the form of #hatp - E < p < hatp + E#?

S With a short time remaining in the day, a FedEx driver has time to make deliveries at 6 locations among the 9 locations remaining. How many different routes are possible?

For binomial distribution X, with n = 7 and p = 0.6, what is P(X>3)?