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Math 300  Test 1 Printed Name: $i Calculators are allowed on this test...neighbors are not! State Gasoline Tax The state gas tax in cents per gallon for 25 states is given below. 7.5 16 23.5 17 22
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(based on royalties and estate earnings}. Figures represent millions of dollars. Compiete the table. Based upon
the recently completed table1 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 CDMMENTS/REASHNING 0N SHEVVNESS flawLle g if) fi=ireiiziv”\.. Exam Scores For 108 randomly selected college students, this exam score frequency distribution was obtained. Frequency 90  98 6 W tea“i 99—107 22 ieﬁ "2’26; 108116 43 it? Lgdmé 117—125 28 ‘3' "333 “a? 125 134 9 l3 3 M
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50 52 60 70 80 : LGNMW £1!“ 5 {@le£.{ {3 Lis’r ANY OUTLIETLS. EXPLAIN Youn REAsoNINo. ‘ 1" v: “39‘: ’0 g ﬁr. Whi'é’gﬂfu “ilhi‘E” if}; fume : g (Hui {4 “LL EMU” {5n x High Temperatures The reported high temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit} for selected worid cities on an
October day are shown below. Fill in the table based upon the box plot. Comment on the skewness (if any).
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three credit cards. The following distribution represents the number of credit cards people own. Find the mean and standard deviation. Is the vice president correct? 0 1 2 3 4
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5“"1: leafy/J; P/M ‘ ZJ’llvfiaii‘i) ~ UM ‘il a Driving to Work Alone It is reported that 77% of workers a.ng 16 and over drive to work alone. Choose 8 \VDI‘kEI‘S at l'ElJ'lClOHI. Find the probability that exactly 3 drive to work alone. I}: J i". :1"? ﬂags) ': lomempEFC 5’; {3717,} 3i :7 moles; Find the probability that more than onehalf drive to work aione.
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