One
of Paul Cezanne’s paintings
Midterm
Part 6 – questions 16, include its answer (completedtotal
questions are 16)
Some
researchers collected data on the number of pairs of shoes that
students own. Five students owned seven pairs, two students
owned no pairs, and various students owned between one and five pairs
of shoes.
Please
see the data in the frequency table:
Shoes
owned

0

1

2

3

4

5

7

Frequency

2

4

20

8

6

4

5

Card
players, painted by Paul
Cezanne.
16)
What is the mean of the number of pairs of shoes that the students
owned?
Select
one:
a.
3.0 …> Correct
b.
3.1
c.
2.6
d.
2.9
e.
2.2
Total
pair = 2(0) + 4(1) + 20(2) + 8(3) + 6(4) +4(5)+ 5(7) = 147
Total
student: 49
Mean
= 147/49 = 3
Oh math I have always hated math in school
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Some researchers collected data on the number of pairs of shoes that students own. Five students owned seven pairs, two students owned no pairs, and various students owned between one and five pairs of shoes.
Please see the data in the frequency table:
Shoes owned
0
1
2
3
4
5
7
Frequency
2
4
20
8
6
4
5
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16) What is the mean of the number of pairs of shoes that the students owned?
Select one:
a. 3.0 …> Correct
b. 3.1
c. 2.6
d. 2.9
e. 2.2
Total pair = 2(0) + 4(1) + 20(2) + 8(3) + 6(4) +4(5)+ 5(7) = 147
Total student: 49
Mean = 147/49 = 3
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Some researchers collected data on the number of pairs of shoes that students own. Five students owned seven pairs, two students owned no pairs, and various students owned between one and five pairs of shoes.
Please see the data in the frequency table:
Shoes owned
0
1
2
3
4
5
7
Frequency
2
4
20
8
6
4
5
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Card players, painted by Paul Cezanne.
Enjoyed these wonderful paintings, the statistics is over my head.
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16) What is the mean of the number of pairs of shoes that the students owned?
Select one:
a. 3.0 …> Correct
b. 3.1
c. 2.6
d. 2.9
e. 2.2
Total pair = 2(0) + 4(1) + 20(2) + 8(3) + 6(4) +4(5)+ 5(7) = 147
Total student: 49
Mean = 147/49 = 3
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Cezanne with two of my favorite things: fruit and card games. Pear season is nearly upon us.
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Some researchers collected data on the number of pairs of shoes that students own. Five students owned seven pairs, two students owned no pairs, and various students owned between one and five pairs of shoes.
Please see the data in the frequency table:
Shoes owned
0
1
2
3
4
5
7
Frequency
2
4
20
8
6
4
5
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Card players, painted by Paul Cezanne.
I was never fond of statistics. I guess it's good that some people are, though.
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16) What is the mean of the number of pairs of shoes that the students owned?
Select one:
a. 3.0 …> Correct
b. 3.1
c. 2.6
d. 2.9
e. 2.2
Total pair = 2(0) + 4(1) + 20(2) + 8(3) + 6(4) +4(5)+ 5(7) = 147
Total student: 49
Mean = 147/49 = 3
I guess it's good that some people are
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Some researchers collected data on the number of pairs of shoes that students own. Five students owned seven pairs, two students owned no pairs, and various students owned between one and five pairs of shoes.
Please see the data in the frequency table:
Shoes owned
0
1
2
3
4
5
7
Frequency
2
4
20
8
6
4
Well maybe if the students don't like mathematics, they can study Cezànne?
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16) What is the mean of the number of pairs of shoes that the students owned?
Select one:
a. 3.0 …> Correct
b. 3.1
c. 2.6
d. 2.9
e. 2.2
Total pair = 2(0) + 4(1) + 20(2) + 8(3) + 6(4) +4(5)+ 5(7) = 147
Total student: 49
Mean = 147/49 = 3
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Some researchers collected data on the number of pairs of shoes that students own. Five students owned seven pairs, two students owned no pairs, and various students owned between one and five pairs of shoes.
Please see the data in the frequency table:
Shoes owned
0
1
2
3
4
5
7
Frequency
2
4
20
8
6
4
5