Math

StatisticsQ&A LibraryIn Spetember of 2013, Mario The Baker introduced a new chocolate cake and hired Doug and Jeremy to bake these cakes. Every customer buying this new chocolate cake either gives it a "thumbs up" or a "thumbs down". Based on the data accumulated between 10/2013 and 9/2014, we know that 40% of the cakes baked by Doug gets a "thumbs up", while only 10% of those baked by Jeremy gets a "thumbs up". About 70% of the cakes are baked by Doug. One cake was selected at random on 10/01/2014. Find the probability that the cake got a "thumbs up".Question

In Spetember of 2013,* Mario The Baker* introduced a new chocolate cake and hired Doug and Jeremy to bake these cakes. Every customer buying this new chocolate cake either gives it a "thumbs up" or a "thumbs down". Based on the data accumulated between 10/2013 and 9/2014, we know that 40% of the cakes baked by Doug gets a "thumbs up", while only 10% of those baked by Jeremy gets a "thumbs up". About 70% of the cakes are baked by Doug.

One cake was selected at random on 10/01/2014.

Find the probability that the cake got a "thumbs up".

1 Rating

Tagged in

Find answers to questions asked by student like you

Show more Q&A

Q: BASED ON THIS DATA, what does the r^2 values tell you? and the linear regression line is the inform...

A: Note:Hi there! Thank you for posting the question! However, the circumstances of the study presented...

Q: For mode of Beta Distribution with parameters Alpha and Beta, why are the bounds when alpha and beta...

A: Beta FunctionIt is an area function and defined by a definite integral

Q: Hi. How do you calculate this Poisson Distribution in the TI-83? Thanks.

A: Let ‘Y’ be the waiting time between two busses which follows exponential distribution with mean wait...

Q: For frecuency distribution for us governor 2019. Party. Frequency Democratic. ...

A: Given question have more than three sub parts. According to our policies cannot answer more than thr...

Q: Jobs and productivity! How do retail stores rate? One way to answer this question is to examine annu...

A: (a)Using the provided data, the sample mean can be calculated using Excel function “AVERAGE()”.Enter...

Q: In a study of cell phone usage and brain hemispheric dominance, an Internet survey was e-mailed to 6...

A: The provided details:

Q: 13.) Seventy three percent of drivers carry jumper cables in their vehicles. For a random sample of ...

A: The probability that a driver carry jumper cables in the vehicle (p) is 0.73.Sample size (n) = 315Le...

Q: Using the accompanying table of data, blood platelet counts of women have a bell-shaped distribution...

A: In this question, it has been given that blood platelet counts of women have bell shaped distributio...

Q: 9.3 Question is in the attached picture.

A: a. Identifying whether the linear combination are contrast:Contrast:A contrast is linear combination...