## A newspaper article entitled “Study: TV Shows Tend to Be Bi-coastal” reports in November 2004 that of all that year’s 1,696 cable and network series,

A newspaper article entitled “Study: TV Shows Tend to Be Bi-coastal” reports in November 2004 that of all that year’s 1,696 cable and network series, “a whopping 601 called California home and 412 were set in New York state.”8 a. What percentage of series were located in other settings besides California and New York? b. Would this percentage be considered a statistic or a parameter? c. Draw a pie chart to display the information, using three “slices.” d. Draw a bar graph to display the information, using the vertical axis for counts. e. Draw a bar graph to display the information, using the vertical axis for percents. f. Describe at least two possible ways to order the bars in your graph. g. Explain why the process of statistical inference would not be appropriate for the data presented.

### Can Sally recover from Bill for the loss of her cabbage crop?

Bill was a rancher and owned 500 sheep. Vandals cut a hole in the fence that kept Bill’s sheep in his pasture and 200 sheep escaped from the hole. The….

### An US based company relocated its aging mercury thermometer factory from US to a verdant hill station in the southern Tamil Nadu.

An US based company relocated its aging mercury thermometer factory from US to a verdant hill station in the southern Tamil Nadu. Mercury is a toxic metal, which when converted….

### In a computer store, 30% (.3) of the computers in stock are laptops and 70% (.7) are desktops. Five percent (.05) of the laptops are on sale, while 10% (.1) of the desktops are on sale. Use a tree diagram to determine the percentage of the computers in the store that are on sale.

In a computer store, 30% (.3) of the computers in stock are laptops and 70% (.7) are desktops. Five percent (.05) of the laptops are on sale, while 10% (.1)….