airliner carries 350 passengers and has doors with a height of 74 in. Heights of men are normally distributed with a mean of 69.0 in and a standard deviation of 2.8 in. Complete parts (a) through (d). If a male passenger is randomly selected, find the probability that he can fit through the doorway without bending e probability is ound to four decimal places as needed.) If half of the 350 passengers are men, find the probability that the mean height of the 175 men is less than 74 in. he probability is Round to four decimal places as needed.) When considering the comfort and safety of passengers, which result is more relevant the probability from part (a) or the probability from part (b)? Why? DA. The probability from part (b) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of flights where the mean height of the male passengers will be less than the door height DB. The probability from part (b) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of male passengers that will not need to bend. DC. The probability from part (a) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of flights where the mean height of the male passengers will be less than the door height. DD. The probability from part (a) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of male passengers that will not need to bend.

Question
airliner carries 350 passengers and has doors with a height of 74 in. Heights of men are normally distributed with a mean of 69.0 in and a standard deviation of 2.8 in. Complete parts (a) through (d).
If a male passenger is randomly selected, find the probability that he can fit through the doorway without bending
e probability is
ound to four decimal places as needed.)
If half of the 350 passengers are men, find the probability that the mean height of the 175 men is less than 74 in.
he probability is
Round to four decimal places as needed.)
When considering the comfort and safety of passengers, which result is more relevant the probability from part (a) or the probability from part (b)? Why?
DA. The probability from part (b) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of flights where the mean height of the male passengers will be less than the door height
DB. The probability from part (b) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of male passengers that will not need to bend.
DC. The probability from part (a) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of flights where the mean height of the male passengers will be less than the door height.
DD. The probability from part (a) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of male passengers that will not need to bend.
Expand
Transcribed Image Text

airliner carries 350 passengers and has doors with a height of 74 in. Heights of men are normally distributed with a mean of 69.0 in and a standard deviation of 2.8 in. Complete parts (a) through (d). If a male passenger is randomly selected, find the probability that he can fit through the doorway without bending e probability is ound to four decimal places as needed.) If half of the 350 passengers are men, find the probability that the mean height of the 175 men is less than 74 in. he probability is Round to four decimal places as needed.) When considering the comfort and safety of passengers, which result is more relevant the probability from part (a) or the probability from part (b)? Why? DA. The probability from part (b) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of flights where the mean height of the male passengers will be less than the door height DB. The probability from part (b) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of male passengers that will not need to bend. DC. The probability from part (a) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of flights where the mean height of the male passengers will be less than the door height. DD. The probability from part (a) is more relevant because it shows the proportion of male passengers that will not need to bend.

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Math
Statistics

Hypothesis Testing

Related Statistics Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: Aspirin III: Decision and Conclusion Regarding the experiment in the data frame Aspirin from the abd...

A: The given results are:

Q: Andre wants to put a carpet down on a circular room that has a diameter of 14 feet. How many square ...

A: The diameter of the circular room is d = 14.

Q: A survey is to be conducted for young adults between the ages of 22-29 to determine their level of s...

A: Given information: Given that a survey is to be conducted for young adults between the ages of 22 – ...

Q: study of bone density on 5 random women at a hospital produced the following results. Age 33 37 49 5...

A: Click to see the answer

Q: d. State your conclusions (use a two-tailed test with a = .05 for all tests). e. Compute an effect ...

A: Given: The sample number of clients who received new treatment is n1=8. The sample number of clients...

Q: Below,  n= 100  is the sample size,  p=0.18  is the population proportion and  p(p^<0.15)  is the...

A: Click to see the answer

Q: 19). A university student leaves her iClicker device behind with probability of 1/4 each time she at...

A: From the information, Let, Probability of Loss = P(L) and Probability of no loss = P(NL) The P(L)=14...

Q: urance company sells a $250,000 one-year life insurance policy to a 20-year-old male for $350. Accor...

A: The probability that the male survives the year is 0.998611 The probability that the male did not su...

Q: x 50 60 73 82 90 215 230 260 y 1.8 1.6 1.5 1.25 0.95 0.60 0.50 0.54 Here x is the weighted average ...

A: Given Information:  x 50 60 73 82 90 215 230 260 y 1.8 1.6 1.5 1.25 0.95 0.60 0.50 0.54

Q: A different I/O psychologist wants to know if there is a difference in worker evaluations depending ...

A: Given Data: n1=15 n2=15  

Q: A jar contains 4 red marbles numbered 1 to 4 and 6 blue marbles numbered 1 to 6. A marble is drawn a...

A: a) There are 4 red marbles numbered 1 to 4 and 6 blue marbles numbered 1 to 6. Consider an event R t...

Q: Resveratrol, a compound in grapes and red wine, has been shown to promote weight loss in rodents and...

A: We wish to see if there is evidence that resveratrol increases the mean metabolism rate for this spe...

Q: Steel rods are manufactured with a mean length of 26 centimeter​ (cm). Because of variability in the...

A: Click to see the answer

Q: The following table shows the tuition for a semester at CBU in dollars for years since 1990.      Y...

A: Steps to construct scatter plot in Excel: Enter the data for year and CBU Tuition  in Excel sheet S...

Q: Based on long experience, an airline found that about 6% of the people making reservations on a flig...

A: as we know that  P(A)+P(B)=1

Q: d) What percentage of women are TALLER than 5 feet 11 inches? Round to nearest tenth of a percent. %...

A: Given Information: Mean height of adult men = 69.8 inches The standard deviation of height of adult ...

Q: A data set with whole numbers has a low value of 20 and a high value of 110. Find the class width fo...

A: We have to find class width and classes..

Q: Use the graph to complete parts (a) and (b) below. 800- 700- Predicted Price 3.20 +0.150 Sqft 600- 5...

A: Given,  Predicted Model is: Predicted Price =3.20+0.150 Sqft          

Q: The Economist collects data each year on the price of a Big Mac in various countries around the worl...

A: Null Hypothesis, H0 : The mean May 2009 price of a Big Mac in Europe is same than the reported U.S. ...

Q: The table to the right contains price-demand and total cost data for the production of projectors, w...

A: We want to construct a quadratic regression equation, for the price-demand data.  Here, X : no. of p...

Q: Assume that adults have IQ scores that are normally distributed with a mean of u = 105 and a standar...

A: Click to see the answer

Q: Lester Hollar is vice president for human resources for a large manufacturing company. In recent yea...

A:  

Q: 1.Find the value of the factorial. 3​!   2.Find the value of the factorial. 10​!   3. Find the value...

A: Permutation: the permutation is determining the number of possible arrangements in a set when the or...

Q: Suppose that two cards are randomly selected from a standard 52-card deck. (a) What is the probabili...

A: It is known that, Number of cards in a deck = 52 Number of King cards = 4

Q: Use the t-distribution to find a confidence interval for a mean μ given the relevant sample results....

A: 95 % confidence interval is given byThe 100 (1 – α) % confidence interval for the population mean, μ...

Q: In a recent survey of 619 Salinas residents, 437 stated they experienced significant traffic delays ...

A: Given: Total number of Salinas  residents = 619 The number of residents who experienced delays = 437...

Q: certain​ city, the average​ 20- to​ 29-year old man is 69.4 inches​ tall, with a standard deviation ...

A: Given: For females Mean μf=64.5 Standard deviation σf=3.8 Observed value (Xf) = 70 For males Mean μm...

Q: A dishwasher has a mean lifetime of 12 years with an estimated standard deviation of 2 years. Assume...

A: Given,mean(μ)=12standard deviation(σ)=2

Q: Here are summary statistics for randomly selected weights of newborn girls: n=171, x-30.2hg, s-7.5 h...

A: Given, n=171, x=30.2 and s=7.5 Degrees of freedom=n-1=171-1=170

Q: The probability of a New York teenager owning a skateboard is 0.37. The probability of owing a bicyc...

A: Given that, The probability of a New York teenager owning a skateboard is 0.37 The probability of ow...

Q: You are playing a game in which the number of spaces you move is determined by the rolling of a die....

A: Descriptive statistics can be used for explanatory data analysis purposes. Average or mean is a meas...

Q: In a study of government financial aid for college​ students, it becomes necessary to estimate the p...

A: From the given information, The provided data is, Margin error (E) = 0.051-α=0.99α=0.01

Q: 1. Fifteen students were selected randomly and asked how many hours each studied for the final exam ...

A: We have give that the random variable X i.e. studied time for final exam in Statistics.   Range: It ...

Q: Nicotine patches are often used to help smokers quit. Does giving medicine to fight depression help?...

A: n1 = 244 n2 = 245 x1 = 40 x2 = 87 p1 = x1/n1 = 0.164 p2 = x2/n2= 0.355 Leve of significance = α = 0....

Q: One of the biggest factors in determining the value of a home is the square footage. The accompanyin...

A: Click to see the answer

Q: Find the following probabilities, where z∼n(0,1) a.p (−1.67≤ z ≤1.44) b.p (z>1.98)

A: Solution: From the given information, z is a standard normal distribution.

Q: Around halloween each year the grocery store sells three-pound bags of candy containing a mixture of...

A: Given that : Bag has equal number of each of three bars.so each bar have 13 probability to be picked...

Q: According to the 2010 Census, 16% of people in the United States are of Hispanic or Latino origin.  ...

A: From the provided information, 16% of people in the United States are of Hispanic or Latino origin t...

Q: The test statistic of z= 2.72 is obtained when testing the claim that p#0.619. a. Identify the hypot...

A: a) The symbol in the alternative hypothesis is not equal to.

Q: opulation characteristic is a quantity that summarizes a...

A: We know that  Population characteristic is a quantity that summarizes a demography of population. Th...

Q: Find the critical value needed to construct a confidence interval of the given levei with the given ...

A: It is asked to find a Critical value tα2 for the given confidence interval. 

Q: The director of research and development is testing a new drug. She wants to know if there is eviden...

A: Click to see the answer

Q: The probability that exactly 8 adults are satisfied with the airlines is 14.194 (Round to four decim...

A: p = 0.64 n = 15  

Q: After every score in a sample is multiplied by 4, the mean is calculated and found to be M=24. What ...

A: Here we need to find the original mean. It is given that every score in the sample is multiplied by ...

Q: Take another guess: A student takes a multiple-choice test that has 8 questions. Each question has f...

A: It is given that n=8.

Q: One of the questions on a survey asked adults a series of questions on attitudes toward automation. ...

A: (a)The point estimate of the proportion of respondents who are worried about a future in which robot...

Q: A college entrance exam company determined that To achieve this goal, the company recommends that st...

A: a) Let μ be the population mean math score on the college entrance exam. The claim is that students ...

Q: 6) A survey of 500 non-fatal accidents showed that 201 involved the use of a cell phone. Construct a...

A: Here we need to construct a 99% confidence interval for the population proportion.

Q: o determine the following. (a) What percentage of people has an IQ score between 46 and 154 ​? (b)...

A: As per the empirical rule for normal distribution, 68%, 95% and 99.7% of the values lie within one, ...

Q: Use the TI-84 calculator to find the Z-score for which the area to its left is 0.73. Round the answe...

A: To find the Z-score for which the area to its left is 0.73