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Statistics 427: Review Problems Chapters 2 – 5 The following review problems are meant to remind you about some of the major topics we have covered this quarter. The problems DO NOT represent an exhaustive list of everything we have covered; for the exam you are responsible for all topics we coverd in lecture, in the reading, and on the homework assignments. The important thing is not only that you can solve the particular problems below but that you understand how to solve them. Be sure to review anything you were unsure about from the assigned and suggested problems from HW’s 1 through 8. 2.13: “A computer consulting firm presently...” 2.19: “Human visual inspection...” 2.35: “A production facility employs...” 2.39: “Fifteen telephones have just been...” 2.54: “In Exercise 13, A i = { awarded project i } ...” 2.55: “Deer ticks can be carriers of either Lyme...” 2.59: “At a certain gas station, 40% of the customers...” 2.78: “A boiler has five identical relief valves...” 2.86: “A lumber company has just taken delivery...” Sections 3.1 – 3.3: Review problems from HW 4 and HW 5. 3.51: “Refer to the previous exercise. (a) What is the expected number...” 3.54: “A particular type of tennis racket...” 3.60: “A toll bridge charges $1.00...” 3.85: “Suppose small aircraft arrive at a certain airport according to...”
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