MAT135 Final Exam Review.pdf

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MAT135 Final Exam Review I. Core concepts and important definition: a. Able to differentiate quantitative and qualitative sample. b. Able to recognize different type of bias in collecting sample. c. Able to interpret the meaning of the correlation coefficient. d. Able to read and analyze different type of graphs, such as histogram and boxplot. (Skew , min max, mean and median …etc…) e. Able to find all statistics for measure of central tendency, measure of spread via technology. f. Able to interpret the slope and y-intercept of the regression line. g. Able to calculate conditional and non-conditional probability. II. Computational topic: a. Able to find the Z core for both Population mean (quantitative) and Population Proportion (qualitative). b. Able to find the probability of a binomial distribution. c. Able to find the correlation coefficient (using technology). d. Able to find the equation of the linear regression. e. Able to construct the confident interval of sample mean and sample proportion. f. Able to do hypothesis tests for a sample mean and sample proportion. g. Able to calculate conditional and non-conditional probability. III. Sample Problems (Note: these mostly cover the computational part of the exam, please make sure you review the concept and definition at least above). You’re doing a survey t o study about the difference between urban campuses. You interview a group of 18 students at the Auraria campus about their ages 19 25 49 30 29 23 23 34 29 33 18 29 20 35 26 27 30 19 1. Is this data Qualitative or Quantitative? 2. Give the : a. Mean b. Median c. Mode d. Range e. Standard Deviation f. Variance g. IQR

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h. Upper Fence i. Lower Fence j. Identify any outliers k. Using the mean and standard deviation from part a and part e, compute the Z-score students who is 21 years old.
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