# Madeline Adams

Statistics teacher | Tutor for 9 years

I'm a passionate educator with a focus on Statistics, holding a degree from Cedarville University. My commitment to fostering a deep understanding of the subject drives me to help students grasp complex concepts effortlessly. With a foundation rooted in academia, I bring practical insights to the virtual classroom. Let's embark on a journey of learning and unravel the mysteries of statistics together!

## Questions

A number cube is rolled 24 times and lands on 2 four times and on 6 three times. What is the experimental probability of landing on a 2?

If two dice are rolled, what is the probability that the sum of the dice is 10?

How many permutations are there in the letters beat?

What is the z-score of sample X, if #n = 36, mu= 12.3, St. Dev. =47, and mu_X =18.5#?

How do you find the average of one number?

How do you calculate a z-score?

A bag contains 4 red, 3 yellow and 2 purple discs. A disc is taken, at random, from the bag and is not replaced. A second disc is then taken, at random, from the bag. Calculate the probability that the two discs taken from the bag are different colours?

Given the following survey results, how many people like C only?

Why is it necessary to have a research hypothesis in d presence of research question?

A z score of +1.6 represents a value how many standard deviations above the mean?

A student received grades of 99, 81, 86, and 81 on math quizzes. How do you find the student's average?

Two cards are drawn without replacement from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability of choosing a queen for the second card drawn, if the first card, drawn without replacement, was a king?

What is the average of 14, 29 and 142?

In a certain region, 46% of the population is female.It is known that 5% of males and 2% of females are left-handed.A person is chosen at random and found to be left-handed.What is the probability that this person is a male?

If you roll five dice, what are the odds of rolling five 5's?

A box contains 5 red, 2 white, & 3 blue marbles. If a marble is selected at random, what is the probability that it is not blue?

Assume that z-scores are normally distributed with a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1. If #P(z > c)=0.0606#, how do you find #c#?

Given a set # {-1, x ,-4, -21} #, for what x would the mean of the set be 0?

What is the difference between a normal and binomial distribution?

What are the possible outcomes when the coin tossed 20 times?