# 6. (02.01 MC)The US Department of Health and Human Services wants to know whether the national healthcare system is achieving its goals in Florida. Much information about healthcare comes frompatient records, but that source doesn't allow us to compare people who use health services with those who don't. Therefore, the US Department of Health and Human Services conducted theFlorida Health Survey, which was used to interview a random sample of 62,348 people who live in the state of Florida.Part A: What is the population for this sample survey? What is the sample? (4 points)Part B: The survey found that 74% of males and 83% of females in the sample had visited a general practitioner at least once during the past year. Do you think these estimates are close tothe truth about the entire population? Explain. (6 points) (10 points)

A)i) Population: Total number of people that reside in Florida..

II) Sample: 62348 people that took part in the random survey.

B) No, the estimates are not close to the truth of the entire population.

Step-by-step explanation:

A)i) The population is the total number of people that reside in Florida.

II) The sample is the 62348 people that took part in the random survey.

B) From the details given in the question, we will see that people who are not part of the healthcare system weren't included due to the fact that they used patients records to judge. This means that if they don't have healthcare, then they will have no patient records. Therefore, we can conclude that the estimates are not close to the truth of the entire population due to the fact that that those who weren't part of the Healthcare system were not considered.

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The grapThe graph below represents the distance Manuel walks over several hours.

Which is an ordered pair on the line?

(2.5, 14)
(2.5, 14)

(1.25, 5)
(1.25, 5)

(2.25, 12)
(2.25, 12)

(1.5, 9)

The ordered pair on the line (1.5, 9). The correct answer would be an option (D).

### What is an ordered pair?

An ordered pair is made up of two components isolated by a comma and put inside parentheses. (x, y) indicates an ordered pair, where 'x' is the first component and 'y' is the second component in the ordered pair.

The graph below represents the distance Manuel walks over several hours.

The first and second options are not accurate since the distance is measured in miles up to 10 miles, hence the options can't be correct

The correct answer is option D since the value at t = 1.5 is equal to 9 miles

Thus, the ordered pair is on the line (1.5, 9).

Hence, the correct answer is an option (D)

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A Bloomberg BusinessWeek North American subscriber study collected data from a sample of 2861 subscribers. Fifty-nine percent of the respondents indicated an annual income of \$75,000 or more, and 50% reported having an American Express credit card.1.What is the population of interest in this study?

2.Is annual income a qualitative or quantitative variable?

3.Is ownership of an American Express card a qualitative or quantitative variable?

4.Does this study involve cross-sectional or time series data?

5. Determine whether the following two statistical inferences may be made based on the sample data collected.

An estimated 59% of the population of subscribers has an annual income of \$75,000 or more.

An estimated 60% of the population of subscribers has an American Express credit card.

; Quantitative ; Qualitative ; No ; Yes ; No

Step-by-step explanation:

Sample size = 2861

Percentage respondent with annual income ≥ 75000 = 59%

Percentage having an American Express credit card

1.What is the population of interest in this study?

2. Quantitative

Annual income is quantitative because it is numeric, that is repress red by numbers which can be used to perform sensible numerical computation such as additions, mean, multiplication and so on.

3.Qualitative

No ; ownership of an American express card is a Qualitative variable as it will take responses as (yes or no), even when represented or coded as numbers, it will make no numerical sense to peform mathematical calculations with it.

4.

No ; time series data has to do with data collected with respect to a particular month, year or seasonal data.

5. Determine whether the following two statistical inferences may be made based on the sample data collected.

An estimated 59% of the population of subscribers has an annual income of \$75,000 or more.

Yes ;

An estimated 60% of the population of subscribers has an American Express credit card.

No ; the research says 50% and not 60%

Subtract breaking apart 143-79

Step-by-step explanation:

A two-digit number, such as 79, contains a tens place and a ones place.

That is because 79 is also equal to 70 + 9.

The tens place is thus the 7, since since 7 × 10 = 70

and the ones place is the 9.

So lets Subtract breaking apart 143 - 79.

Break 79 down into its parts:

70 + 9.

Subtract 70 from the original number:

143 - 70 = 73

73 - 9 = 64

Therefore, 64 is the final answer.

Ten samples of coal from a Northern Appalachian source had an average mercury content of 0.242 ppm with a standard deviation of 0.04 ppm. Find a 95% confidence interval for the mean mercury content of coal from this source. Round the answers to four decimal places.

0.2172<x<0.2668

Step-by-step explanation:

The formula for calculating the confidence interval is expressed as;

CI = xbar ± (z*s/√n)

xbar is the average = 0.242ppm

z is the z score at 95% confidence = 1.96.

s is the standard deviation = 0.04pm

n is the sample size = 10

substitute the values into the formula;

CI = xbar ± (z*s/√n)

CI = 0.242 ± (1.96*0.04/√10)

CI = 0.242 ± (1.96*(0.04/3.1623))

CI = 0.242 ± (1.96*(0.01265))

CI = 0.242 ± (0.02479)

CI = (0.242-0.02479, 0.242+0.02479)

CI = (0.2172, 0.2668)

Hence a 95% confidence interval for the mean mercury content of coal from this source is 0.2172<x<0.2668.

What would the decimal number 20 be in binary?

10100 is the answer hope it helps you.

Does the table represent y as a function of x? Justify Your Answer.