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# finaltopics - MATH201 Final Exam Tuesday 3:30 5:30pm The...

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MATH201 Final Exam Tuesday December 13, 2011 3:30 – 5:30pm The following are important topics from each chapter; make sure you can do problems related to these topics. The list is not necessarily exhaustive but gives you a good idea of what’s important to us. Chapter 1. Terms/definitions vocabulary: population vs. sample, descriptive statistics vs. inferential statistics identifying the variable(s) of interest identifying the type of variable (numeric or categorical) Chapter 2. Descriptive statistics measures of center/variability (mean, median, standard deviation, IQR, etc.) shape (symmetric, right-skew, left-skew) how to read histograms/boxplots/stem- and-leaf plots finding percentiles by hand Chapter 4. Probability and Random Variables vocabulary: parameter, statistic, sampling distribution probability rules computing expected value using a discrete probability distribution: binomial distribution (using formula/tables) Poisson distribution (using formula/tables) Normal distribution finding probabilities/areas

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