Exam 2 Review
Statistics 110, Spring 2009
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Notes
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Exam 2 will be administered on Thursday, March 26.
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The exam will cover Chapters 10 – 13, 17 – 20 (25 multiplechoice questions).
Review all
concepts, problems, and homework assignments from these chapters.
The review problems
presented below are from a previous semester and may not cover all of the material that will be on
the exam.
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In addition, the Chapters 10 – 12 handout should be reviewed (solutions can be found on
Blackboard).
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A formula sheet will be provided.
You can view a copy of the formula sheet on Blackboard under
the
Course Documents
section.
Materials Needed
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Calculator
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Number 2 pencil (scantron sheets will be used to record your responses)
Correct Answers
Problem
Answer
1
B
2
A
3
C
4
D
5
D
6
B
7
A
8
C
9
A
10
C
11
B
12
D
13
C
14
D
15
A
16
B
17
C
18
D
19
A
20
D
21
C
22
B
23
A
24
B
25
A
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Statistics 110, Spring 2009
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Review Problems
Questions 1 – 6 are based on the following description:
Diastolic blood pressure is normally distributed with a mean of 85 mm Hg and a standard deviation of 12 mm
Hg.
A person is said to have stage2 hypertension if he has a diastolic blood pressure standard score of 1.25 or
above.
1.
Tom has stage2 hypertension.
Tom’s diastolic blood pressure reading must be at least
A)
91
B)
100
C)
97
D)
125
2.
Within what interval would approximately 68% of the diastolic blood pressure readings fall?
A)
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