# A large construction company wants to review the ages of its sales representatives. A sampling of the ages of 25 sales reps are given: 50 42 32 35 41 44 24 46 31 47 36 32 30 44 22 47 31 56 28 37 49 28 42 38 45 The following histogram is a representation of the data. Calculate the median ages

Answer: What you have to do to find the median of the data is first put that data into order numerically. You can go largest to smallest or smallest to largest, it doesn't matter.

22, 24, 28, 28, 30, 31, 31, 32, 32, 35, 36, 37, 38, 41, 42, 42, 44, 44, 45, 46, 46, 47, 47, 49, 50

Once you put them into order, you count towards the middle. You have 25 data points, so the middle, which will be your median number, will be 13 points in.

The median is 38

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In a large Introductory Statistics lecture hall, the professor reports that 55% of the students enrolled have never taken a Calculus course, 32% have taken only one semester of Calculus, and the rest have taken two or more semesters of Calculus. The professor randomly assigns students to groups of three to work on a project for the course. What is the probability that the first groupmate you meet has studied a) two or more semesters of Calculus?
b) some Calculus?
c) no more than one semester of Calculus?

a) There is a 13% probability that a student has taken 2 or more semesters of Calculus.

b) 45% probability that a student has taken some calculus.

c) 87% probability that a student has taken no more than one semester of calculus.

Step-by-step explanation:

We have these following probabilities:

A 55% that a student hast never taken a Calculus course.

A 32% probability that a student has taken one semester of a Calculus course.

A 100-(55+32) = 13% probability that a student has taken 2 or more semesters of Calculus.

a) two or more semesters of Calculus?

There is a 13% probability that a student has taken 2 or more semesters of Calculus.

b) some Calculus?

At least one semester.

So there is a 32+13 = 45% probability that a student has taken some calculus.

c) no more than one semester of Calculus?

At most one semester.

So 55+32 = 87% probability that a student has taken no more than one semester of calculus.

5 (x - 3) > 15

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PLEASE HELP DUE IN 10 MINUTES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Hiking up a mountain, you notice that the air temperature drops 10°C for every 1000 Meters increase in elevation. Write a multiplication expression to represent the decrease in temperature if you hike up the mountain 3000 Meters. Then evaluate the expression and explain it's meaning.
Please have a explanation and expression in your answer. If you get it done the way that I think is correct, you will get brainliest!❤❤

x-10x3

Step-by-step explanation:

Because there are 3 thousands... and 3 times 10 is 30 so the total -30 is the amount that it drops

10,000 I think.

Step-by-step explanation:

10 x 1000. Put the 0 at the back. So it has 4 zero and so you put the zero at the back and what is 1 x 1 well it's 1, so it's 10,000. I think.

Select all the properties of a non -square rectangle ? 3 Same -Side angles supplemental

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Explanation

Supplementary angles are angles that sum up to give 180 degrees.

And for all rectangles, whether a square one or non-square one, all of the angles of the rectangle are each 90 degrees.

So, it is clear that any two same side angles will be 90° + 90° = 180°

Meaning that same side angles of a non-square rectangle are supplemental.

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Christine is fertilizing her garden. the garden is in the shape of a rectangle. its length is 12 ft and it's width is 10 feet. suppose each bag of fertilizer covers 30 square feet. how many bags will she need to cover the garden?

4

Step-by-step explanation:

First we need to find the total area of the garden so we can see how many bags she will need. The area of a rectangle is its length multiplied by its width, so the area of her garden is 12 (the length) x 10 (the width). 12 x 10 = 120 square feet. If each bag covers 30 square feet, then she will need 120/30 = 4.

4 bags of fertilizer to cover the 120 square feet of the garden area.

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1. Suppose you have a fair 6-sided die with the numbers 1 through 6 on the sides and a fair 5-sided die with the numbers 1 through 5 on the sides. What is the probability that a roll of the six-sided die will produce a value larger than the roll of the five-sided die? 2. What is the expected number of rolls until a fair five-sided die rolls a 3?

a. 0.5 or 50%

b. 5 rolls.

Step-by-step explanation:

a. There are 30 possible outcomes for this experiment, the sample space for the outcomes in which the six-sided die produces a value larger than the roll of the five-sided die is:

S={6,1; 6,2; 6,3; 6,4; 6,5; 5,1; 5,2; 5,3; 5,4; 4,1; 4,2; 4,3; 3,2; 3,1; 2,1}

There are five outcomes when rolling a 6, four when rolling a 5, three when rolling a 4, two when rolling a 3 and one when rolling a two.

The probability is:

b. The probability of rolling a 3 on the five-sided die is 1 in 5 or 0.20. The expected number of rolls until a fair five-sided die rolls a 3 is: