OIL

I need to product when oil will finish time (by years) for 6 countries if the keep their production (per day) in the same level. So, the 6 countries have fixed reserves and production 1. statistics for Bahrain Crude oil reserves (million barrels) = 124.6 be careful in million Crude oil production (per day)=49,160 2. statistics for Kuwait Crude oil reserves (billion barrels) =104 be careful in billion Crude oil production (per day) =2,797,000 3. statistics for Oman Crude oil reserves (billion barrels) =5.5 be careful in billion Crude oil production (per day) =923,800 4. statistics for Qatar Crude oil reserves (billion barrels) =25.38 be careful in billion Crude oil production (per day) =1,579,000 5. statistics for Saudi Arabia Crude oil reserves (billion barrels) =267.9 be careful in billion Crude oil production (per day) =11,730,000 6. statistics for UAE Crude oil reserves (billion barrels) =97.8 be careful in billion Crude oil production (per day) =3,213,000 Find how many years for oil to finish and plot them? Thanks

   Related Questions in Basic Statistics

  • Q : Sample z test and Sample t test A

    A random sample X1, X2, …, Xn is from a normal population with mean µ and variance σ2. If σ is unknown, give a 95% confidence interval of the population mean, and interpret it. Discuss the major diff

  • Q : STATISTICS Question This week you will

    This week you will analyze if women drink more sodas than men.  For the purposes of this Question, assume that in the past there has been no difference.  However, you have seen lots of women drinking sodas the past few months.  You will perform a hypothesis test to determine if women now drink more

  • Q : Write out the null hypothesis 1.

    1. (AAC/ACA c9q1).  For each of the following studies, decide whether you can reject the null hypothesis that the groups come from identical populations. Use the alpha = .05 level.1a.

  • Q : STATISTICS Question This week you will

    This week you will analyze if women drink more sodas than men.  For the purposes of this Question, assume that in the past there has been no difference.  However, you have seen lots of women drinking sodas the past few months.  You will perform a hypothesis test to determine if women now drink more

  • Q : Define Service Demand Law

    Service Demand Law:

    • Dk = SKVK, Average time spent by a typical request obtaining service from resource k

    • DK = (ρk/X

  • Q : OIL I need to product when oil will

    I need to product when oil will finish time (by years) for 6 countries if the keep their production (per day) in the same level. So, the 6 countries have fixed reserves and production 1. statistics for Bahrain Crude oil reserves (million barrels) = 124.6 be careful in million Crude oil producti

  • Q : Cumulative Frequency and Relative

    Explain differences between Cumulative Frequency and Relative Frequency?

  • Q : Simplified demonstration of Littles Law

    Simplified demonstration of Little’s Law:

    1874_little law.jpg

    Q : State Littles Law Little’s Law : • L =

    Little’s Law:

    • L = λR = XR

    • Lq = λW = XW

    • Steady state system

    • Little’s Law holds as long as customers are not destroyed or&nbs

  • Q : What is Interactive Response Time Law

    Interactive Response Time Law:

    • R = (L/X) - Z
    • Applies to closed systems.
    • Z is the think time. The time elapsed since&nb

  • 2015 ©TutorsGlobe All rights reserved. TutorsGlobe Rated 4.8/5 based on 34139 reviews.