Test Review 3

Test Review 3 - Handouts and Test Reviews(See caution at...

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Handouts and Test Reviews (See caution at the end of the document.) Test Reviews: These Test Reviews are not intended to replace attending class, reading the text, and doing the homework These are not lists of objectives for the chapters nor are they complete lists of the topics. The textbook and homework provide those. These Test Reviews focus on topics and problems that students in previous semesters have been somewhat more likely to make mistakes on than the rest of the material. It is pointless to even read these questions until you have read the chapters and done the homework. After that, you might want to write out answers to the questions (maybe conferring with other students in your class) and then bring the questions and your answers to the instructor or a tutor so that they can help you with any misunderstandings you have. Test 3 : Be sure that you understand all the material from the first two tests, particularly any problem on those tests that you lost points on. The parts involving interpretations are particularly important. Read the chapter summaries at the ends of the chapters and also in the Part II Review and use them and your homework as guidelines for what to put on your page of notes. Then look over the following comments about things that students sometimes miss on tests to make sure you understand these. 1. What are the basic rules of probability? (sum to 1, all are non-negative.) 2. Be able to compute probabilities for discrete distributions, with only a few values, and for various continuous distributions, like normal distributions and uniform distributions. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MATH 1342 taught by Professor Parker during the Spring '08 term at Austin CC.

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