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Forty-two percent of primary care doctors think their patients receive unnecessary medical care (Reader’s Digest, December 2011/January 2012).
a. Suppose a sample of 300 primary care doctors were taken. Show the sampling distribution of the proportion of the doctors who think their patients receive unnecessary medical care.
b. What is the probability that the sample proportion will be within .03 of the population proportion?
c. What is the probability that the sample proportion will be within .05 of the population proportion?
d. What would be the effect of taking a larger sample on the probabilities in parts (b) and ( c)? Why?
The following shows excerpts from Camole Company’s statement of cash flows and other financial records.
From Statement of Cash Flows: Cash flow from operating activities $ 225,000 Cash flow from investing activities (75,000) Cash flow from financing activities 61,500 From other records: Capital expenditure costs 144,000 Cash dividends payments 36,000 Sales revenue 642,000 Total assets 450,000
Compute the following for the company:
B. cash flows to sales ratio