A soccer coach wants to know how many hours a week his players spend training at home. He has 20 players and he decides to ask the first 4 players to arrive at Monday's soccer practice how many hours they spend training per week. He then calculated that they spend an average of 10 hour per week. Therefore, he assumed that all the players train 10 hours per week. Is this an example of a simple random sample?
A No, because each student did not have an equal chance of being selected.
B Yes, because each student had an equal chance of being selected.
C No, because he did not sample every soccer player.
D Yes, the minimum number of students sampled need to be four for it to be a simple random sample.
The figure shows the graph of f.
(b) Which of the cx-values A, B, C, D, E, F and G appear to be inflection points of f?
The diagram shows two rectangles, A and B.
All measurements are in centimetres.
The area of rectangle A is equal to the area of rectangle B.
Find an expression for y in terms of w.
George's page contains twice as many typed words as Bill's page and Bill's page contains 50 fewer words than Charlie's page. If each person can type 60 words per minute, after one minute, the difference between twice the number of words on Bill's page and the number of words on Charlie's page is 210. How many words did Bill's page contain initially?
Bill's page initially contained words.
Simplify 2sin(5x)cos(3x) - sin(2x) to one an expression containing one trigonometric function. Then graph the original function and your simplified version to verify they are identical. Enclose arguments of functions in parentheses. For example, sin(2x).
A health psychologist was interested in the effects of vitamin supplements on the immune system. Three groups of adults were exposed (in a highly ethical way) to the cold virus; one group took no supplements for a week before exposure, another had vitamin C supplements, and a third had multivitamins (excluding C). The severity of the cold was measured as a percentage (0% = not contracted, 100% very severe symptoms). The psychologist also measured the number of cigarettes that each person smoked per day, as smoking suppresses the immune system. The psychologist was interested in the differences in the severity of the illnesses across different vitamin groups accounting for cigarette usage. What technique should be used to analyse these data?
A. Two-way repeated-measures ANOVA
B. Two-way independent ANOVA
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