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# Q 8.21: On May 12, 2017, Hudson Merchandise sold merchandise on account to Guzman Housewares for \$6,897, terms 3/10, n/30. If Guzman returns merchandise with a sale price of \$318 on May 15, 2017, what amount will Hudson record in their Cash account if Guzman pays in full on May 20, 2017

One question from a survey was​ "how many credit cards do you currently​ have? " the results of the survey are provided. complete parts​ (a) through​ (g) below. click the icon to view the survey results. ​(a) determine the mean number of credit cards based on the raw data. the mean is 3.113.11 credit cards. ​(type an integer or a decimal. do not​ round.) ​(b) determine the standard deviation number of credit cards based on the raw data. the standard deviation is 1.9111.911 credit cards. ​(round to three decimal places as​ needed.) ​(c) determine a probability distribution for the random​ variable, x, the number of credit cards issued to an individual. x​ (# of​ cards) ​p(x) x​ (# of​ cards) ​p(x) 1 0.280.28 6 nothing 2 nothing 7 nothing 3 nothing 8 nothing 4 nothing 9 nothing 5 nothing 10 nothing ​(type integers or decimals. do not​ round.)
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