Question Solved1 Answer Among fatal plane crashes that occurred during the past 50 years, 271 were due to pilot error, 81 were due to other human error, 183 were due to weather, 487 were due to mechanical problems, and 202 were due to sabotage. Construct the relative frequency distribution. What is the most serious threat to aviation safety, and can anything be done about it? Among fatal plane crashes that occurred during the past 50 years, 271 were due to pilot error, 81 were due to other human error, 183 were due to weather, 487 were due to mechanical problems, and 202 were due to sabotage. Construct the relative frequency distribution. What is the most serious threat to aviation safety, and can anything be done about it? Complete the relative frequency distribution below. Cause Relative Frequency % Pilot error Other human error % Weather % Mechanical problems % Sabotage 1% (Round to one decimal place as needed.) What is the most serious threat to aviation safety, and can anything be done about it? O A. Weather is the most serious threat to aviation safety. Weather monitoring systems could be improved. O B. Sabotage is the most serious threat to aviation safety. Airport security could be increased. O C. Mechanical problems are the most serious threat to aviation safety. New planes could be better engineered. O D. Pilot error is the most serious threat to aviation safety. Pilots could be better trained.

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Transcribed Image Text: Among fatal plane crashes that occurred during the past 50 years, 271 were due to pilot error, 81 were due to other human error, 183 were due to weather, 487 were due to mechanical problems, and 202 were due to sabotage. Construct the relative frequency distribution. What is the most serious threat to aviation safety, and can anything be done about it? Complete the relative frequency distribution below. Cause Relative Frequency % Pilot error Other human error % Weather % Mechanical problems % Sabotage 1% (Round to one decimal place as needed.) What is the most serious threat to aviation safety, and can anything be done about it? O A. Weather is the most serious threat to aviation safety. Weather monitoring systems could be improved. O B. Sabotage is the most serious threat to aviation safety. Airport security could be increased. O C. Mechanical problems are the most serious threat to aviation safety. New planes could be better engineered. O D. Pilot error is the most serious threat to aviation safety. Pilots could be better trained.
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Transcribed Image Text: Among fatal plane crashes that occurred during the past 50 years, 271 were due to pilot error, 81 were due to other human error, 183 were due to weather, 487 were due to mechanical problems, and 202 were due to sabotage. Construct the relative frequency distribution. What is the most serious threat to aviation safety, and can anything be done about it? Complete the relative frequency distribution below. Cause Relative Frequency % Pilot error Other human error % Weather % Mechanical problems % Sabotage 1% (Round to one decimal place as needed.) What is the most serious threat to aviation safety, and can anything be done about it? O A. Weather is the most serious threat to aviation safety. Weather monitoring systems could be improved. O B. Sabotage is the most serious threat to aviation safety. Airport security could be increased. O C. Mechanical problems are the most serious threat to aviation safety. New planes could be better engineered. O D. Pilot error is the most serious threat to aviation safety. Pilots could be better trained.
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Solution: Total deaths = 271 + 81 + 183 + 487+ 202 = 1224 So the relative frequency table will be: t tt tttCause tttCalculation tttRelative Frequency tt tt tttPilot Error ttt271/1224 = 0.221 or 22.1% ttt22.1% tt tt tttOther human error ttt81/1224 = 0.066 or 6.6% ttt6.6% tt tt tttWeather ttt183/1224 = 0.150 or 150% ttt15.0% tt tt t ... See the full answer