Question 2 - Question 2 With continuous uniform probability distribution the probability of any interval in the distribution is equal to th Answer True

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Question 2 With continuous uniform probability distribution, the probability of any interval in the distribution is equal to th Answer True Comments Correct!! Max Score: 4 Actual Score: 4 Question 3 An event represents all of the possible outcomes of an experiment Answer False Comments Correct!! Max Score: 4 Actual Score: 4 Question 4 Income and age are examples of data that are technically discrete but are normally displayed in a continuous fo Answer True Comments Correct!! Max Score: 4 Actual Score: 4 Question 5 The equation used to calculate binomial probabilities relies on permutations of n objects selected x at a time Answer False Comments Correct!! Max Score: 4 Actual Score: 4
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Question 6 Pareto charts are a specific type of bar chart used in quality control programs by businesses to display the cause Answer True Comments Correct!! Max Score: 4 Actual Score: 4 Question 7 Sampling error is the difference between a sample statistic and a population parameter Answer False Comments The correct answer is: True Max Score: 4 Actual Score: 0 Question 8 A novel on the Amazon.com Web site has the following ratings, in number of stars, from reviewers: What is the probability that a randomly selected review is more than 3 stars? Answer 0.54 Comments Correct!! Max Score: 4 Actual Score: 4
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Question 9 The z-score has no units even though the original values will normally be expressed in units such as dollars, yea Answer True Comments Correct!! Max Score: 4 Actual Score: 4 Question 10 Suppose the average amount spent per shopper at the Super Fresh Grocery Store last month was $46.10. A samp sample of 50 transactions was also collected. You can be certain that the sampling error from the sample of 50 c Answer Comments Question 11 The complement to Event A is defined as all of the outcomes in the sample space that are not part of Event A Answer True Comments Correct!!
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