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Statistics Test Elementary 3 Study Suggestions This test will cover all topics from Chapter 5, 6 and parts of Chapter 7 and 9 mentioned below only. The format will be the same as test 1. Part A:- To prepare for this part you should read chapter 5, 6 and the part 3 notes handed out carefully, then Be sure you understand and know all the important terms for chapter 5 listed on page 262, excluding those relating...

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Statistics Test Elementary 3 Study Suggestions This test will cover all topics from Chapter 5, 6 and parts of Chapter 7 and 9 mentioned below only. The format will be the same as test 1. Part A:- To prepare for this part you should read chapter 5, 6 and the part 3 notes handed out carefully, then Be sure you understand and know all the important terms for chapter 5 listed on page 262, excluding those relating to section 5.5. Go through the multiple choice, true- false / fill- in-the-blanks type questions in the quiz at the end of the chapter 5, excluding those relating to section 5.5. and for each section (if any). Be sure you understand and know all the important terms for chapter 6 listed on page 318. Go through the multiple choice, true- false / fill- in-the-blanks type questions in the quiz at the end of the chapter 6 (if any). Be sure you understand and know the properties of the t-, Chi-square and Fdistributions given at the end of the part 3 notes handed out. It would also be good to read through discussions provided in the text on these distributions: pages 341; 340 pages 354 355; and pages 444 445. You will not be asked to compute any probabilities using these distributions. Make sure you know how to use all the important formulas for chapter 5 listed on page 262, excluding those relating to section 5.5. Make sure you know how to use all the important formulas for chapter 6 listed on page 318. Make sure you know how to use your calculator. Go through your manua l or get someone to show you steps that you are currently unable to perform. Some notes are given in the text, some are also posted on my website: Go to http://uashome.alaska.edu/~jfcnh/ then select Resources TI-83 & TI-83 Plus Built- in Statistics Functions. Go over computational type problems done for homework; be sure to correct any mistakes/misunderstandings that may exist. Go over computational type questions in the review exercises and chapter quizzes for chapters 5 and 6, excluding section 5.5. If you need more practice, work odd numbered problems in each of the covered sections of chapters 5 and 6. Part B:- To prepare for this part
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