That's only possible to calculate if more detail is given. For example, how likely is the person to buy jelly normally? How much of it do they consume on average? how likely are they to buy peanut butter? what is their average consumption? Do they actually enjoy eating peanut butter and jelly at the same time? etc...
The importance of statistics in you daily life can be seen in the decisions you make after interpreting data. For instance, you can know how much water to drink, how much food to eat and so much more.
Lately, me. That's why I have so much time to dedicate to WikiAnswers. By the way ... a single person can't have a 'median' anything. 'Median' is a statistical characteristic of a population of many individuals. That actually makes me feel better now.
Application of statistics in various fields of human activity has become vital. Statistics are mostly used for purposes of planning in games, polls, events and so much more.
i did that for my science project and i used a line graph on how long each of the drinks took to freeze and every 45 minutes i would see how much more they had frozen by percents.
their chances are better because its a car crash
Ice is slippery, right?
A cheetah has more power than a motorbike
50/50 really if you think about it depends on the driver.
plane crash only because even a small electronic malfunction can cause a plane to crash a bride is just steel and iron not much can go wrong there
It depends on the make and model how much a motorbike weighs
a motorbike would cost about £2000-£10000 it depends on witch motorbike you are buying
They were much more likely than adults to be injured.
The gameplay is much more detailed, free-roaming and adventurous, and overall Twinsanity is much more fun better.
A car crash is much more probable than a plane crash if you take into consideration how many people will travel by car per day compared to the number who will travel by air; take into consideration how many cars with how many drivers are likely to make a mistake compared to the number of planes and flight crews.
It's called a Harley dummy.