Statistics - math word problems

  1. Annual income
    income The annual incomes (in thousands of $) of fifteen families is: 60, 80, 90, 96, 120, 150, 200, 360, 480, 520, 1060, 1200, 1450, 2500, 7200 Calculate harmonic and geometric mean.
  2. Cleaners
    clean Milan would clean up the room for 2.5 hours, Eric would take 10 hours. How long they swept the room together?
  3. Fog
    fog The car started in fog at speed 30 km/h. After a 12-minute drive, the fog dissipated and the driver drove next 12 minutes distance 17 km. On the last 17 km long again the driving conditions deteriorated and the driver drove the speed of 51 km/h. a) Calcu
  4. Boots
    vysoke-cizmy Master shoemaker has three apprentices. First do one pair of boots for two days, second for 1 day, third on 1.5 day. If they worked together, for how long it would take made a couple of boots?
  5. Statistics
    lines_globe The sum of all deviations from the arithmetic mean of the numerical sequence 4, 6, 51, 77, 90, 93, 95, 109, 113, 117 is:
  6. Alcohol 2
    alko Two types of alcohol one 63% and second 75% give 20 liters of 69% alcohol. How many liters of each type are in the mixture?
  7. SD - mean
    normal_sd Mean is 10 and standard deviation is 3.5. If the data set contains 40 data values, approximately how many of the data values will fall within the range 6.5 to 13.5?
  8. Classs mean
    nums Class size is 30 students, math was not worse than sign 2. Determine the number of pupils who were sign 1 if the class had a 1.4 sign average.
  9. Salary in enterprise
    1000czk The average salary in the company is 27 000 CZK, 30% of workers have the lowest average income of 19 thousand CZK. There were an increase in the salary in this group by 2%. How much % increased the average salary across the company?
  10. Float boya
    boya A 0.5 meter spherical float is used as a location mark for a fishing boat anchor. It floats in salt water. Find the depth to which the float sinks if the material of which the float is made weighs 8 kilograms per cubic meter and salt water weighs 1027 kg/m
  11. Triangle midpoints
    sierpinski-geometry Determine coordinates of triangle ABC vertices if we know tirangle sides midpoints SAB [0;3] SBC [1;6] SAC [4;5], its sides AB, BC, AC.
  12. Grass garden
    koseni Mr. Grass would itself be mowed garden for 5 hours. His son Michael could do it for 7 hours. They agreed that they wake up at 5 am and begins to mow together. Ms. Grass needs drive into town at 8.30. Michael says that at that time they're done with work..
  13. Candies
    bonbons_10 There are two types of candies in the store at 20 CZK/kg and 80 CZK/kg. How much will be cost a mix if we mix 22kg cheaper and 4kg more expensive candies?
  14. Two rooms
    clean_1 Woman cleans the room in 30 minutes a man in 90 minutes. How long will take they clean two rooms?
  15. Target
    elektronicky-terc Peter, Martin and Jirka were fire in a special target, which had only three fields with values of 12, 18 and 30 points. All boys were firing with the same number of arrows and all the arrows hit the target, and the results of every two boys differed in one
  16. Average mark
    flag_english Calculate average mark in English, if a student got a couple of 3's, 20% less 2 than 3, and 50% more 1's than the 2's.
  17. Average age
    age_4 The average age of all people at the celebration was equal to the number of people present. After the departure of one person who was 29 years old, average age was again equal to the number present. How many people were originally to celebrate?
  18. Christmas trees
    vianocny_stromcek Salesman sold Christmas trees: spruce for € 22, pine for € 25 and fir for € 33. At the morning he had the same number of spruce, fir and pine. At the evening he had all the trees entirely sold for € 3,600. How many trees that day salesman sold?
  19. Normal Distribution
    normal_d At one college, GPA's are normally distributed with a mean of 3.1 and a standard deviation of 0.4. What percentage of students at the college have a GPA between 2.7 and 3.5?
  20. Nuts
    orechy Peter has 49 nuts. Walnuts have 3 more than hazelnuts and hazelnut 2 over almonds. Determine the number of wallnuts, almonds and hazelnuts.

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