Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences (with CD-ROM and InfoTrac )

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Stat 220 – Final Exam – December 16, 2004 – Schafer NAME: ANDREW ID: Read This First: You have three hours to work on the exam. The other questions require you to work out answers to the questions; be sure to show your work clearly . No credit will be given for illegible work, even if the answers are correct. The number of points each part is worth is indicated in parentheses after the question. Work all answers out to two decimal places, when appropriate. If a problem is asking for a probability, provide the answer to two decimal places. Do not leave answers in “choose” notation, work them out to the end. No sharing of calculators or note sheets during the exam. PART ONE Part Possible Score Base 5 5 MC 12 1 6 2 12 3 10 4 5 Total 50 PART TWO Part Possible Score Base 11 11 Page 6 13 Page 7 9 Page 8 3 Page 9 5 Page 10 12 Page 11 16 Page 12 6 Page 13 14* Page 14 7 Page 15 7 Total 100 *Three of these points are extra credit. 1
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PART ONE Multiple Choice Questions: For each question, circle the one correct letter. Each question is worth 3 points.
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