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Questions in the word document;

1.Last summer, Double Gate Country Club in Albany, Ga., collected data on rounds of golf played from its white tees. The data from each golfer’s score on the twelfth hole are provided on an Excel file attachment in the Dropbox.

a.Construct an empirical discrete probability distribution for the players’ scores on the twelfth hole in 4 decimal points.

b.With your empirical discrete probability distribution in (a), estimate the:

c.Interpret your estimated standard deviation of the scores.

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**State of the Nation Survey.** Suppose a sample of 20 Americans is selected as part of a study of the state of the nation. The Americans in the sample are asked whether or not they are satisfied with the way things are going in the United States. (Note: Assume that a binomial probability distribution is applicable.)

3.Chapter 6,

**Labor Day Travel costs:** The American Automobile Association (AAA) reported that families planning to travel over the Labor Day weekend would spend an average of $749. Assume that the amount spent is normally distributed with a standard deviation of $225.

a. What is the probability of family expenses for the weekend being less that $400?

b. What is the probability of family expenses for the weekend being $800 or more?

c. What is the probability that family expenses for the weekend will be between $500 and $1000?

d. What would the Labor Day weekend expenses have to be for the 5% of the families with the most expensive travel plans?