PSYC 2020 2007 Sample Midterm I questions

PSYC 2020 2007 Sample Midterm I questions - PSYC 2020A...

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PSYC 2020A Psychological Statistics Spring 2007 Sample Midterm Questions 1. If A and B are independent events, with p(A) = .4 and p(B) = .5, then the p (A|B) = a. .1 b. .9 c. .4 d. .5 e. cannot be calculated from information given 2. If A and B are mutually exclusive events that exhaust the sample space, with p(A) = .3, then p (A B) = _____ a. 1.0 b. .7 c. .3 d. 0 e. cannot be calculated from information given 3. A scale that has a true 0 and interval scale properties is a __________ a. violation of quantitative assumptions b. nominal scale c. Likert scale d. ratio scale e. none of the above 4. The number of different ways that 4 distinct objects can be ordered is ____ a. 4 b. 12 c. 16 d. 24 e. 144 5. The binomial distribution a. is a continuous probability distribution of successes and failures b. is a sampling distribution for Bernoulli sampling of discrete binary outcomes c. is a bell shaped curve d. is always symmetric around its central tendency
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e. none of the above 6. The standard deviation may be interpreted
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