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Chapter 10 / Exercise 21
Introduction to Probability and Statistics
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ADiff: 3Keywords: populationTopics: Section 1.323) Answer: TRUEDiff: 1Keywords: populationTopics: Section 1.3
Diff: 1Keywords: sampleTopics: Section 1.3
Diff: 1Keywords: statistical packageTopics: Section 1.2 & Section 1.4
Diff: 1Keywords: reasons for learning statisticsTopics: Section 1.1
Diff: 2Keywords: statistic, parameter, inferential statisticsTopics: Section 1.1 & Section 1.3
Diff: 2Keywords: statistic, parameter, inferential statisticTopics: Section 1.1 & Section 1.3
Diff: 1Keywords: descriptive statistics, inferential statisticsTopics: Section 1.130)
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Diff: 1Keywords: descriptive statistics, inferential statisticsTopics: Section 1.1
Diff: 1Keywords: populationTopics: Section 1.3
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Chapter 1 Instruction and Data Collection33) Answer: sampleDiff: 1Keywords: sampleTopics: Section 1.334) Answer: statisticsDiff: 1Keywords: statisticTopics: Section 1.335) Answer: parametersDiff: 1Keywords: parameterTopics: Section 1.336) Answer: descriptive statistics/methodsDiff: 1Keywords: descriptive statisticsTopics: Section 1.137) Answer: inferential statistics/methodsDiff: 1Keywords: inferential statisticsTopics: Section 1.138) Answer: statisticsDiff: 2Keywords: statisticTopics: Section 1.339)Answer: parametersDiff: 1Keywords: parametersTopics: Section 1.340) Answer: inferential statistics/methodsDiff: 2Keywords: inferential statisticsTopics: Section 1.141) Answer: descriptive statistics/methodsDiff: 2Keywords: descriptive statisticsTopics: Section 1.142) Answer: statisticsDiff: 1Keywords: statisticTopics: Section 1.343)Answer: parametersDiff: 1Keywords: parameter
Chapter 1 Instruction and Data CollectionTopics: Section 1.344) Answer: statisticDiff: 2Keywords: statisticTopics: Section 1.345) Answer: parameterDiff: 1Keywords: parameterTopics: Section 1.346) Answer: inferential statisticsDiff: 2Keywords: inferential statisticsTopics: Section 1.147)Answer: descriptive statistics/methodsDiff: 1Keywords: descriptive statisticsTopics: Section 1.148)Answer: D49)Answer: C 50)Answer: CUsing TABLE 2-1:Xffx114 14218 36312 3645 2051550 11151)Answer: H 52)Answer: C53)Answer: A54)Answer: C 55)Answer: C (11 out of 25)Unsing Table 2-11:Defects1, 2, 4, 4, 5, 5, 6, 7, 9, 9, 12, 12, 15, 17, 20, 21, 23, 23, 25, 26, 27, 27, 28, 29, 29Class Frequency fRel Frequency relf0 – 5.994.165 – 9.996.2410 – 24.992.0815 - 20.992.0820 – 24.994.1625 – 29.997.28Total251.00
Chapter 1 Instruction and Data Collection56)Answer: 457)Answer: .08Using Table 2-13:58) Answer/Solution: 6.1054093Use 11 or more.59) (I used 12 as my width – some used 15.)ClassFromtoA40 51.99 B5263.99C6475.99D7687.99E8899.9960)Answer: G61)Answer: B62)Answer: C63)Answer: DA simple random sample of nmust also have all possible samples of nequally likely. The relativefrequencies add to 1. At most1/9 of the data is 3 or more standarddeviations from the mean.

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