# 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

Given 9 starting batters on a baseball team, how many batting orders are possible if the shortstop must bat first and the right fielder must bat fourth?

How can you use the ANOVA to reject a null hypothesis? How is it related to the F-critical value?

If we rearrange the letters in the word "strange", what is the ratio of rearrangements where the vowels are not together to the rearrangements where they are together?

What is the Z score for 95%?

Is the "amount of perfume in a bottle" discrete or continuous? Why?

How to solve this?There are three events A,B,C one of which must and only one can happen.The odds are 7 to 3 against A and 6 to 4 against B,find the odds against C

What is the variance of {15, 4, 2, -7, 8, 10}?

What is the difference between a normal distribution, binomial distribution, and a Poisson distribution?

- A box contains 11 marbles, 7 red, and 4 green. Five of these marbles are removed at random. If the probability of drawing a green marble is now 0.5, how many red marbles were removed?
- What is the formula for the standard error?
- In a carnival game, there are six identical boxes, one of which contains a prize. Is it appropriate to use the binomial probability distribution to find the probability that a contestant who plays the game five times wins exactly twice?
- What is the probability of getting at least one tail if a fair coin is flipped three times?
- If the probability density function of #X# is #f(x) = (1+ax) /2, -1 le x le 1, -1 le a le 1# then the expectation of #X# is? (a) #6/a# (b) #a /3# (c) #a /2# (d) #3/a#
- On a Sunday morning 8:00-9:00, the total number of cars (X) passing a roundabout has a Poisson distribution. If it is found P(X = 4) = 3 x P(X = 3) (i.e. the probability of 4 cars passing = 3 x Probability of 3 cars passing). Calculate the p( x= 0)?
- Is the number of goals in a football match discrete or continuous?
- Is the blood pressure of a group of students discrete or continuous?
- Consider the following discrete probability distribution. What is the probability that #x# equals 7?
- Is "The square footage of a house." discrete or continuous?
- What is the probability that the deal of a five-card hand provides exactly one ace?
- Can someone help me with this problem?