Answer:

9

6

0.15 or if in whole number maybe it was 15

I don’t really understand what you mean though so I had the answers from my own calculator that I use for my homework and did 9/10 = 9 then 6/1 = 6 and then I did 9/10/6/1 = 0.15 then I did the separate 9/6 = 15

I don’t know which answer you need though so I did them all.

Step-by-step explanation:

**Answer:**

**Type I**

**No error**

**Type II**

**Type II**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Type I error: A type I error occurs when the null hypothesis is rejected when it is actually true

Type II error: A type II error occurs when the one fails to reject the null hypothesis when it is actually not true.

Type I Type II

Reject H₀ when true Accept H₀ when not true

a. A type I error has been made since we rejected the null hypothesis when it was actually true. Proportion was actually 28%.

b. Neither error has been made because there is no evidence of an alternative hypothesis been made.

c. A type II error has been made because she failed to reject the null when it was actually not true i e the mean is different and higher than the null hypothesis.

d. A type II error was made since we fail to reject the null hypothesis when the value observed was actually higher than 25%.

X 8 + 44 11 twice number math 11

**Answer:**

1/151200

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The number of ways to pick an exact order of any 6 different numbers from 10

=

= 10×9×8×7×6×5 = 151200 ways

which means the first one can be any of 10 numbers

The second one can be any of 9 numbers

The 3rd one can be any of 8 numbers and so on

Now the 6th one can be any of 5 numbers

Thus there are 10×9×8×7×6×5 = 151200 ways to choose the number

so the required probability is 1/151200