# Children per woman

Calculate the average number of children per woman (arithmetic mean of the number of children) in a certain workgroup of women. The following numbers of children were found: 0, 1, 3, 2, 2, 1, 0, 3, 1, 1, 0, 1.

## Correct answer:

Tips for related online calculators

### You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:

### Grade of the word problem:

## Related math problems and questions:

- Corresponding 33321

The following data on the height and the corresponding number of pupils were found in the measurement of 63 pupils: 159cm-1,161cm-1,162cm-2,163cm-1,164cm-2,165cm-2,166cm-3,167cm-2,167cm-3 6,172cm-7,173cm-9,174cm -5,175cm-2,177cm-1,178cm-4,179cm-2,181cm-1, - Temperatures 3942

The following temperatures were measured every 6 hours from 6 to 24 hours: -2.2 C, 2.1 C, 5.4 C, 3.9 C, 0.7 C, -1.9 C, -3.8 C. Calculate the average temperature from 6 to 24 hours. - Four bicycles

In the department store, they sell bicycles for families with children. Women's bicycles are 10% more expensive than men's, and children's bikes are a third cheaper than women's. The family paid a total of CZK 31,030 for two children's, one man's, and one - Grade point average

The average GPA is 2.78, with a standard deviation of 0.45. If GPA is normally distributed, what percentage of the students have the following GPAs? Solve for the z-score and report the appropriate percentage: a. Less than 2.30 b. Less than 2.00 c. More t

- Beer tapping

When checking compliance with the beer tapping, it was found that 60% of the offered beers were underfilled. The others were fine. Thus, instead of 0.5 l, the volume was 4.4 deciliters on average. What was the volume of one average underfilled beer? - Family survey

A total of 160 families with 4 children each were surveyed with the following results. Boys; 4; 3; 2; 1; 0 Girls ; 0; 1; 2; 3; 4 Families; 7; 50; 55; 32; 16 Let the probability of picking a boy or a girl be 1/2. Let P=boy, Q=girl. What is the probability - Distribution 73724

The distribution of the random variable X is given in the following table. Calculate P[X is odd], E[X] and P[1<X≤6] Probability distribution table: xi; 1; 2; 3 ; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9 pi; 0.30; 0.12; 0.18; 0.10; 0.07; 0.07; 0.06; 0.05; 0.05