If you have a problem with your creditor, the best solution is to:
A. file a lawsuit against the creditor.
B. solve your problem directly with the creditor.
C. complain to the Federal Reserve

System.
D. complain to the Board of Governors.

A. file a lawsuit against the creditor.

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A construction company orders 2900 new light bulbs for a new office building. If the probability of a light bulb being defective is 1.9%, predict how many of the light bulbs are likely to be defective. Round your answer to the nearest whole number.
A. 55 light bulbs
B. 69 light bulbs
C. 46 light bulbs
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2900 * .019 = 55.1

A. 55 light bulbs are likely to be defective.

A. 55 light bulbs are likely to be defective.

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Suppose you choose a marble from a bag containing 4 red marbles, 2 white marbles, and 3 blue marbles. You return the first marble to the bag and then choose again. Find P(red and blue).
A. 4/3
B. 2/3
C. 7/9
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Suppose you choose a marble from a bag containing 4 red marbles, 2 white marbles, and 3 blue marbles. You return the first marble to the bag and then choose again. Find P(red and blue).

P(red and blue) = 4/9*3/9 = 12/81 = 4/27

P(red and blue) = 4/9*3/9 = 12/81 = 4/27

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Identify the sampling method. You want to find how many students use public transportation. You interview every fifth teenager you see exiting a movie theater.
A. random
B. systematic
C. stratified
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You have three $1 bills, four $5 bills, and two $10 bills in your wallet. You select a bill at random. Without replacing the bill, you choose a second bill at random. Find P($10 then $1).
A. 1/12
B. 5/81
C. 5/72
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You have three $1 bills, four $5 bills, and two $10 bills in your wallet. You select a bill at random. Without replacing the bill, you choose a second bill at random. Find P($10 then $1).

P($10 then $1) = 2/9*3/8 = 6/72 = 1/12

P($10 then $1) = 2/9*3/8 = 6/72 = 1/12

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The back-to-back stem-and-leaf plot below show exam scores from two different math classes. Which class has a greater mean score? Which class has a greater median score?
A. greater mean = class A greater median = class A
B. greater mean = class B greater median = class B
C. greater mean = class B greater median = class A
D. greater mean = class A greater median = class B **Weegy:** C. greater mean = class B greater median = class (More)

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