M201quiz1ThursdayLilac_2011F_Sol

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MATH201 11F Name:____________________________________________________ Quiz 1 Thursday Lilac Solution Lab Section:__________ You must attach a signed lab switch form if you are taking this quiz in a lab section other than the one for which you are registered. Closed book / closed notes. 10 points Attach your solution to Lab #3. Questions 1 – 2 : Five body weights, in grams, collected from a population of rodent body weights are 66.1, 77.1, 74.6, 61.8, 71.5 1. 2 points . Find 2. 2 points . Find the median rodent body weight. Ordered: 61.8, 66.1, 71.5, 74.6, 77.1 3. 1 point. An estimate or prediction based on sample data about the population is termed… inferential
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Unformatted text preview: statistics 4. 2 points . Which graphical display is best to present things such as budget categories, geographic region, and time/resource allocations? Pie chart/bar graph/ stem and leaf plot/ histogram. Circle all that are applicable. 5. 3 points . The following data represent costs ($) of a sample of 30 postal mailings by a company. 3.67 2.75 9.15 5.11 3.32 2.09 1.83 10.94 1.93 3.89 7.20 2.78 6.72 7.80 5.47 4.15 3.55 3.53 3.34 4.95 5.42 8.64 4.84 4.10 5.10 6.45 4.65 1.97 2.84 3.21 Using dollars as a stem, construct a stem-and-leaf plot of the data. 1 899 2 0778 3 2335568 4 11689 5 1144 6 47 7 28 8 6 9 1 10 9...
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course MATH 201 taught by Professor Crissinger during the Fall '08 term at University of Delaware.

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