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# A statistics instructor collected data on the time it takes the students to complete a test. The test taking time is uniformly distributed within a...

A statistics instructor collected data on the time it takes the students to complete a test. The test taking time is uniformly distributed within a range of 35 minutes to 55 minutes. a.Determine the height and draw this uniform distribution.b.How long does the typical test taking time?c.Determine the standard deviation of the test taking time.than 45 minutes?between 45 and 50 minutes?12.Fix-It Copiers advertises a mean time of 100 minutes for office calls with a standard deviation of 25 minutes. What percentage of calls are completed:a.between 100 and 120 minutes?b.in less than 120 minutes?c.in less than 60 minutes?d.between 120 and 150 minutes?e.between 60 and 120 minutes?f.Twenty percent of their jobs take more than how much time?13.A certain printer cartridge has demonstrated a mean time usage of 9 hours and a standard deviation of 22 minutes. What time usage guarantee (in hours) should the manufacturer advertise in order to ensure that only 4% of the cartridges fail to meet the guaranteed time usage?14.A file cabinet manufacturer estimates that 5% of its file cabinets will have drawers that close improperly. Assume a production run of 120 cabinets is completed.a.What is the mean and standard deviation of this distribution?b.What is the probability that 7 or more are defective?c.What is the probability that exactly 7 cabinets are defective?d.What is the probability that there are more than 8 defective file cabinets?15.A clothing store asserts that 60% of its customers pay by credit. On a particular day, 35 customers purchased items at the store.a.What is the mean and standard deviation of the binomial distribution?b.What is the probability that half (18 or more) of the customers paid by credit?c.What is the probability that 30 or more paid by credit?d.What is the probability that less than 12 paid by credit?e.What is the probability that 12 to 30 paid by credit?16.It is very difficult for small businesses to be successful. The Small Business Administra¬tion estimates that 20 percent will dissolve or go bankrupt within two years. A sample of 50 new businesses is selected.a.What is the mean and standard deviation of this distribution?b.What is the probability that more than 16 in the sample will go bankrupt?c.What is the probability that exactly 14 will go bankrupt?d.What is the probability that between 7 and 9 businesses will go bankrupt?e.What is the probability that between 7 and 15 businesses will go bankrupt?