Kiesha’s quality-control manager told her she must have 97% of her clocks functioning properly. She found a report that said 6 out of 300 cl

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Kiesha’s quality-control manager told her she must have 97% of her clocks functioning properly. She found a report that said 6 out of 300 clocks tested were not working properly. Kiesha predicts that she will have enough working clocks to please the manager. Which statements are true about Kiesha’s prediction? Select three options.
1. Kiesha’s experimental probability is StartFraction 1 over 30 EndFraction.
2.Kiesha will have more than 97% of the products working.
3.Kiesha will not meet 97% because more than 3% of her clocks will be broken.
4.Kiesha’s experimental probability is 1/50. 5.When the inventory is 4000 clocks, the prediction is that 3920 clocks will work.

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Piper 1 month 2021-08-18T06:19:48+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-08-18T06:21:00+00:00

    Answer:

    her experamental probability is 1/50

    she will have more than 97% of the products working

    and when the inventory is 4000 clocks, the prediction is that 3920 clocks will work

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    2021-08-18T06:21:36+00:00

    Answer:

    1. Keisha,s experimental probability is starfraction

    1 over 30 EndFraction

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