College campuses are graying! According to a recent article, one in four college students is aged 30 or older. Assume that the 25% figure is accurate, that your college is representative of colleges at large, and that you sample n = 200 students, recording x, the number of students age 30 or older. a. What are the mean and standard

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College campuses are graying! According to a recent article, one in four college students is aged 30 or older. Assume that the 25% figure is accurate, that your college is representative of colleges at large, and that you sample n = 200 students, recording x, the number of students age 30 or older.
a. What are the mean and standard deviation of x?
b. If there are 35 students in your sample who are age 30 or older, would you be willing to assume that the 25% figure is representative of your campus? Explain.
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Introduction To Probability And Statistics

14th Edition

Authors: William Mendenhall, Robert Beaver, Barbara Beaver

ISBN: 9781133103752