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Unformatted text preview: PRACTICE EXAMINATION #2 FALL 2008 FORM B Name__________________________________ Part I. Matching (2 Points Each) ___ discrete ___ mutually exclusive ___ classical ___ S = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} ___ independent ___ probability ___ expected value ___ continuous ___ one A. The _________ of event E, is a number between zero and one. B. The sample space for the experiment of rolling one fair die once is _______. C. For all experiments, the sum of the probabilities of all outcomes in the sample space must equal ______. D. Dividing the number of ways an event can occur by the total number of outcomes in the sample space of the experiment is the ________ approach to probability. E. A temperature of 95 degrees and a blizzard in the same city at the same time is an example of ________ _________ events. F. Two unrelated events, e.g., passing this course and rolling a die and getting a 6, would be considered ______________ events. G. A distribution in which the outcomes are countable is an example of a ______ distribution. H. The total area under the graph of a _______ distribution is always one. I. The product of the value of x times its probability is called its _______ ______. Part II. Multiple Choice (4 Points Each) 1. In a normal distribution with mean 25 and standard deviation 2, 99.7% of the observations lie between what two values ___ a. 17 and 33 ___ b. 15 and 35 ___ c. 19 and 31 ___ d. 21 and 29 ___ e. 23 and 27 1 2. What percent of observations would lie between 29 and 35 in a normal distribution...
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This note was uploaded on 08/09/2011 for the course STAT 302 taught by Professor Kristopher during the Spring '11 term at Delaware State.
 Spring '11
 kristopher
 Mutually Exclusive, Probability

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