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QuizChapter3Pt1

# QuizChapter3Pt1 - Class Frequency 2.48 7.48 7 7.49 12.49 3...

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Math 300 – Quiz for Chapter 3 Part I Printed Name: Calculators are allowed on this quiz...neighbors are not ! 1 10 pts Earning of Nonliving Celebrities Forbes magazine prints an annual top-Earning Nonliving Celebrities list (based on royalties and estate earnings). Figures represent millions of dollars. Complete the table. Based upon the recently completed table, comment on the skewness (if any) of the distribution. Explain your reasoning. Kurt Cobain 50 Ray Charles 10 Elvis Presley 42 Marilyn Monroe 8 Charles M. Schulz 35 Johnny Cash 8 John Lennon 24 J. R. R. Tolkien 7 Albert Einstein 20 George Harrison 7 Andy Warhol 19 Bob Marley 7 Theodore Geisel 10 ¯ x Median Mode Comments/Reasoning on Skewness 2 5 pts Automobile Fuel Efficiency Thirty automobiles were tested for fuel efficiency (in miles per gallon). This frequency distribution was obtained. Find the mean.

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Unformatted text preview: 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 ¯ x = 3 5 pts If the mean of 5 values is 32, ﬁnd the sum of the values. ∑ x i = Dr. Emmert Summer 2010 I of I Points Earned of 20 Learning Outcomes [1] Students will demonstrate knowledge of fundamental deﬁnitions and theorems by repeating them. [2] Students will demonstrate the ability to perform computations related to the material. [3] Students will demonstrate the ability to prove mathematical theorems related to the material. [4] Students will demonstrate an understanding of the theoretical and computational aspects of the course by applying them to related problems....
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