Practice Examination 1 F10

Practice Examination 1 F10 - AMS 315, Fall 2010, Practice...

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AMS 315, Fall 2010, Practice Examination 1 Announcement Your first in-class examination will be Thursday, October 21. It will cover Chapters 1 through 8. The important problems are: 1. One sample normal problems (that is, variance specified), either confidence interval or test. 2. Sample size and probability of type II error. This is a very important problem. 3. One sample t distribution problems (that is, variance estimated from the data) 4. Two independent sample comparisons, variances known. 5. Two independent sample comparisons, variances unknown but equal in the two groups (that is, the pooled variance t-test). 6. One sample variance test, either confidence interval or test of hypothesis.] 7. Comparison of two samples variances, either by confidence interval or test. 8. Comparison of three or more samples; that is, the one-way layout. Directions : Write your name in the space provided and have your student identification or other photo identification available for checking. Work each problem in the space underneath the problem and on the back side of the page. You may use any book of your choice and a calculator but not a computer or cellphone. You are on your honor not to use any other assistance during this examination. You must put away any loose pieces of paper that are not attached to your book by staple or tape. There will be no partial credit given for a problem unless you show your work. There
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Practice Examination 1 F10 - AMS 315, Fall 2010, Practice...

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