Review Problems for the Final Exam
(Set 1)
1. A random sample of size 13 from a statistics class resulted in the following average test scores:
82
86
103
69
98
75
79
70
87
59
91
85
62
x = 1046
x 2 = 8
Chapter 1 Section 1: An Overview of Statistics
Data consist of information coming from observations, counts, measurements, or responses.
Statistics is the science of collecting, organizing, analyzing,
CH 6.3 Applications of Normal Distributions
HW pg 272 -274 # 5-15 (odd), 21-25 (odd)
Many things closely follow a Normal Distribution:
heights of people
size of things produced by machines
blood pr
CH 5.3 & 5.4 Binomial Probability Distributions
A binomial probability distribution finds the exact probability of x successes in n trials.
Requirements for a BPD
1. The procedure has a fixed number o
CH 5.2 Random Variables
Random Variables
Denoted by x
- The outcome of an experiment is not always a number, for example, the outcome when a coin is tossed can be 'heads' or 'tails'.
However, we often
CH 1: Introduction to Statistics
CH 1.3: PG 16-17 #5-19 (odd), and CH 1.5: PG 34-35 #5-17 (odd), 27, 29, 31
Statistics the science of planning studies and experiments, obtaining data, and then organiz
CH 6.2 The Standard Normal Distribution
HW pg 261-263 # 9 - 35 (odd)
If a random variable has a distribution that is symmetric, we say that it has a normal distribution.
Requirements for a Standard No
Section 4-3 Example Problems
1.
ICU
male
13
18
female
10
We will define the following events for this
population of hospital patients:
Surgical
3
A: male
B: ICU
C: female surgical
2. Suppose there is