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# An airplane has 100 seats for passengers. Assume that the probability that a person

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An airplane has 100 seats for passengers. Assume that the probability that a person holding a ticket appears for the flight is 0.90. If the airline sells 105 tickets, what is the probability that everyone who appears for the flight will get a seat?

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STATS10(2) Roberts, Erica 404400827 1/15/15 Q1. There is a strong, positive, correlation between weight and desired weight. Q2. Q3. Wdiff is a descrete variable. If wdiff=0 then the person’s weight and desired weight are the same. If wdiff is positive, then the person’s desired weight is more than their weight. The opposite is true for a negative wdiff; the person’s weight is more than their desired weight. Q4. The histogram of wdiff is unimodal and skewed left. It is centered around the median, which is -10. The range is found using the IQR, which is 21. It tells us that more

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