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5. Quiz October 6, 2010
Seat # _________
Name: _________________________
Closed book and notes. No calculator. For each question, provide the name of the corresponding family of distributions. 1. (1 pt) The 100 coin ips, the number that results in "tails".
2. (1 pt) The number of coin ips until the fourth "head".
3. (1 pt) The number of coin ips until the rst "head".
4. (1 pt) When drawing, without replacement, ve cards from a standard card deck, the number of aces drawn.
5. (1 pt) When drawing, with replacement, ve cards from a standard deck, card the number of aces drawn.
6. (1 pt) The number of insect parts in a candy bar.
7. (1 pt) The number "1" when an event A occurs and "0" when A occurs.
8. (1 pt) When tossing a die, the number of dots facing up.
9. (1 pt) When tossing two dice, the number of dice with two dots facing up.
10. (1 pt) When playing Keno, the number of matched numbers.
______________________________________________________________________ Write on the back any concerns about the weekly quizzes or the course in general.
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