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**Unformatted text preview: **Conditional Probability Test 1 Conditional Probability Test 1 Results You will get back your test 1 papers on Friday. There is a generous nonlinear curve of the scores: if x is your raw score, your grade out of 100 can be computed as ˜ x = 10 100 x 44 = 50 x 11 1 | 15 2 | 21 3 | 26 4 | 30 5 | 34 6 | 37 7 | 40 8 | 43 9 | 45 10 | 48 11 | 50 12 | 52 13 | 54 14 | 56 15 | 58 16 | 60 17 | 62 18 | 64 19 | 66 20 | 67 21 | 69 22 | 71 23 | 72 24 | 74 25 | 75 26 | 77 27 | 78 28 | 80 29 | 81 30 | 83 31 | 84 32 | 85 33 | 87 34 | 88 35 | 89 36 | 90 37 | 92 38 | 93 39 | 94 40 | 95 41 | 97 42 | 98 43 | 99 44 | 100 Arthur Berg Conditional Probability 2/ 11 Test 1 Conditional Probability Grade Distributions, Old and New Arthur Berg Conditional Probability 3/ 11 Test 1 Conditional Probability Unemployment Rate 9 . 4 × 10 6 (job-seekers) 154 × 10 6 (job-seekers + employed) = 6 . 1 % Arthur Berg Conditional Probability 4/ 11 Test 1 Conditional Probability Unemployment by Education Arthur Berg Conditional Probability 5/ 11 Test 1 Conditional Probability Relative Frequencies of Employment by Education Arthur Berg Conditional Probability 6/ 11 Test 1 Conditional Probability Example 3.1 Conditional distribution on Men and conditional distribution on Women: Arthur Berg Conditional Probability 7/ 11 Test 1...

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