a) A medical shop in a city has three employees A, B and C, who fill 32%, 28% and 40%
of the total orders respectively. While filling, the employees A, B and C make mistakes
in 6%, 5% and 3% of the total orders respectively.
(i) Find the probability that a mistake is made in filling an order. (2 marks)
(ii) If a mistake is made in an order, find the probability that the order was filled by
Hi TheEcologist. I found one of your old posts very helpful (Thanks!), but noticed a number of the links are now broken. I thought I'd mention it in the event you have any current sources for such info. Thanks and hope all is well.
Dr. med. dent. Sebastian Machon beschäftigt sich intensiv mit dem Gebiet der ganzheitlichen Zahnmedizin, insbesondere Materialverträglichkeit steht für Ihn an oberster Stelle. Seine Behandlungsschwerpunkte liegen bei ästhetischen vollkeramischen Versorgungen und gesunde schöne Zähne.
Hey everyone, I'm trying to run some logistic regressions in pspp, but I keep getting NaNs. I've tried running frequencies to check for errors, and have found nothing.
Any suggestions? Is there a way I can post a screenshot or the pdf?
Hello everyone, I am facing some problems concerning my data normality of my dependent variable, my results are contradicted and I couldn't make my conclusion. Which criteria should I based for to say if the data is normally distributed or not ?
Thank you in advance
Can you help me with stats and probability.
State whether the following are true or false and give a brief explanation. Explain true/false answer
i. Skewness of a distribution cannot be determined from a boxplot.
ii. For any event A, it is possible for P(A) + P(Ac
) < 1, where Ac denotes
the complement set.
iii. A standardised normal random variable has a standard deviation equal to
Pls I need help so to this
A) Searching for optimality in a rapidly changing world is like chasing a shadow the optimum changes as our perception changes.
B) The Operational Research Society's definition of Operational Research does not mention optimization yet most Operational Research technique assumes it
Comment on the above statements giving examples why it might. Not be appropriate to seek