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# An airline has six flights from New York to California and seven flights from California

Mathematical Statistics with Applications | 7th Edition

An airline has six flights from New York to California and seven flights from California to Hawaii per day. If the flights are to be made on separate days, how many different flight arrangements can the airline offer from New York to Hawaii?

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STAT 210, D’ARCY MAYS, WEEK THREE CHPT THREE (part one) (pages 47-64) Highlight = ImportantHighlight = definiHighlight = Key concept CHAPTER THREE (DISTRIBUTIONS AND MEASURES OF CENTER) REMINDERS: ● DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Definition: describing statistics using or having to do with numbers and graphs ● QUANTITATIVE VARIABLE: Definition: Variables that can be ranked or counted due to each individual subjects measurement being so varied (in other words you can put some order or ranking to the values) What this chapter is about… DESCRIBING ISTRIBUTION OF QUANTITATIVE VARIABLES ● DISTRIBUTION Definition: a listing of all possible values that a characteristic can t

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