1.A spinner has five equal sections that are numbered 1 through 5.

In which distributions does the variable X have a binomial distribution?

Select each correct answer. (pick more than 1)

When the spinner is spun five times, X is the number of times the spinner lands on 1.

When the spinner is spun four times, X is the number of times the spinner does not land on an odd number.

When the spinner is spun three times, X is the sum of the numbers the spinner lands on.

When the spinner is spun multiple times, X is the number of spins until it lands on 5.

2.https://prnt.sc/n4f24v The probability distribution shows the probability owning multiple vehicles among 100 families polled. What is the probability that a family has more than 3 cars among the 100 families polled? Enter your answer, as a decimal, in the box. ____

3.Select Yes or No to state whether each data set is likely to be normally distributed.

Data Set

the age of people entering a super store

the heights of people entering a super store

the number of 8 oz glasses of milk in 1 gallon

Guest Mar 29, 2019

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1) 1 and 2 are binomial distributions

3) 1 and 2 are likely to be approximately normally distributed.

Only approximately though as neither ages nor heights can be negative.

The normal distribution, regardless of the mean and variance, has non-zero probability of negative numbers.

Rom Mar 29, 2019