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StatisticsEssentials Of StatisticsExercises You can use the following problems as a self-test on the material presented in this review. If you can handle these problems, you’re ready to do all of the arithmetic in this text. If you have difficulty with any of these problems, please review the appropriate section of this prologue. You might also want to use this section as an opportunity to become more familiar with your calculator. The answers are given immediately following these exercises, along with commentary and some reminders. Evaluate each of the following: a. ( 3 + 7 ) / 10 = b. 3 + 7 / 10 = c. ( 4 − 3 ) + ( 7 + 2 ) ( 3 ) ( 4 + 5 ) ( 10 ) = d. 22 + 44 15 / 3 =BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter P, Problem 5E

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**Exercises**

You can use the following problems as a self-test on the material presented in this review. If you can handle these problems, you’re ready to do all of the arithmetic in this text. If you have difficulty with any of these problems, please review the appropriate section of this prologue. You might also want to use this section as an opportunity to become more familiar with your calculator. The answers are given immediately following these exercises, along with commentary and some reminders.

Evaluate each of the following:

**a. **

**b. **

**c. **

**d. **

Expert Solution

To determine

**a.**

**To compute:**

The given expression.

**Given:**

The expression is

**Approach:**

The basic rules of precedence are to find all squares and square roots first, then do all multiplication and division, and finally complete all addition and subtraction.

Solve all expressions within parentheses before applying the rules stated earlier.

**Calculation:**

The given expression is

Expert Solution

To determine

**b.**

**To compute:**

The given expression.

Expert Solution

To determine

**c.**

**To compute:**

The given expression.

Expert Solution

To determine

**d.**

**To compute:**

The given expression.

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