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Unformatted text preview: Math 300 – Final Exam Printed Name: Calculators are allowed on this test...neighbors are not ! Round to 4 places after the decimal, when necessary. 1 8 pts Reasons we Travel The following data are based on a survey from American Travel Survey on why people travel. Fill in the table and then construct a pie graph for the data. Purpose Number Percent Degrees Personal business 146 Visit friends or relatives 330 Workrelated 225 Leisure 299 2 10 pts Automobile Fuel Efficiency Twentyeight automobiles were tested for fuel efficiency (in miles per gallon). This frequency distribution was obtained. Find the mean. Class Frequency 2.48  7.48 7 7.49  12.49 3 12.50  17.50 1 17.51  22.51 7 22.52  27.52 5 27.53  32.53 5 3 10 pts The number of students using the mathematics lab per day is found in the distribution below. Complete the table by finding the mean and standard deviation. X 6 8 10 12 14 P ( X = x ) 0.15 0.3 0.35 0.1 0.1 μ σ Dr. Emmert Summer 2010 I of VI Points Earned of 28 Math 300 – Final Exam 4 16 pts Consider the following set of data. Complete the table. Determine if there are any outliers. Construct a modified boxplot. 5 20 40 47 50 50 52 60 70 80 Minimum Q 1 Median Q 3 Maximum Interquartile Range s List any Outliers. Explain Your Reasoning. Construct a Modified Box Plot. 20 40 60 80 5 6 pts Fill in the table based upon the boxplot. 5 10 15 20 Minimum Q 1 Median Q 3 Maximum Outlier(s) Points Earned of 22 II of VI Dr. Emmert Summer 2010 Math 300 – Final Exam 6 Driving to Work Alone It is reported that 77% of workers aged 16 and over drive to work alone. Choose 8 workers at random....
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 Spring '11
 KeithEmmert
 Math, Standard Deviation, Mean, Probability theory

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