A merchant can sell 20 electric shavers a day at a price of 25 each, but he can sell 30 if he sets a price of 20 for each electric shaver. Determine the demand equation, assuming it is linear. Consider (P= price, X= quantity demanded)
The durability of a tire of a certain brand is a Normal random variable with an average of 64,000 km and a standard deviation of 9,000 km. Assuming independence between tires, what is the probability that the 4 tires on a car will last more than 58,000 km?
In a grocery store, when you take out 3 peppers and 4 carrots, there are 26 peppers and 46 carrots left. How many peppers and carrots were there initially?
A study reports the following final notation: F (3, 32) = 9.50, p < .05. How many total participants were involved in this study? Group of answer choices 34 32 36
According to a survey in a country 27% of adults do not own a credit card suppose a simple random sample of 800 adults is obtained . Describe the sampling distribution of P hat , the sample proportion of adults who do not own a credit card
Suppose the Golf ball market is perfectly competitive and the functions are known: Q = 120 – 2Px – 2Py 0.2I Q = 2Px 40 Where I = Consumers' income ($200) and Py = Price of Good Y (40) Calculate the equilibrium elasticity: a) 1.6 b) -6 c) 6 d) 0.6
How many anagrams of the word SROMEC there that do not contain STROM, MOST, MOC or CEST as a subword? By subword is meant anything that is created by omitting some letters - for example, the word EMROSCT contains both MOC and MOST as subwords.
How many anagrams of the word STROMEC there that do not contain STROM, MOST, MOC or CEST as a subword? By subword is meant anything that is created by omitting some letters - for example, the word EMROSCT contains both MOC and MOST as subwords.
There are four times as many roses as tulips in Claire’s garden. Claire picked half of the number of roses and 140 roses were left in the garden. How many roses and tulips were in the Garden the first?
5.- From the probabilities: 𝐏(𝐁) = 𝟑𝟎% 𝐏(𝐀 ∩ 𝐁) = 𝟐𝟎% 𝐏(𝐀 ̅) = 𝟕𝟎% You are asked to calculate: 𝐏(𝐀 ∪ 𝐁)
A force of 750 pounds compresses a spring 3 inches from its natural length, which is 15 inches. What will be the work done to compress it 3 inches more?
A pair of die is thrown and the absolute difference of the two scores is recorded. What is the probability of the absolute difference being 4 or more?