ALL ABOUT the Discussion Area
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when you calculate the probability using the binomial distribution. Write your
I. 6 questions of the 4-choice type; you pass when 5 or more answers are correct;
II. 5 questions of the 5-choice type; you pass when 4 or more answers are correct;
STAT 200: Introduction to Statistics
Final Examination, Fall 2016 OL2
1. a. True. The probability of an event occurring and the event not occurring is impossible,
that is, zero.
b. False. If the variance is 0, then all observations are identical therefore
Homework Week 7
2. The formula for a regression equation is Y = 2X + 9.
a. What would be the predicted score for a person scoring 6 on X?
The predicted score for a person scoring 6 on X = 2*6 + 9 = 21
b. If someones predicted score
STAT 200 (6361) QUIZ 3 February 2016 Instructor: S. Oimoen
STUDENT NAME: Shanae Lewis
- Read and sign the academic honesty certification statement below, then read the questions
carefully and answer them to the best of your ability. This quiz
Study Guides for MGF1106 (Math for Liberal Arts 1)
Courtesy: Professors Rappoport & Senfeld, Math Dept., MDC (North Campus)
Compiled By Dr. M. Shakil, Math Dept., MDC (Hialeah Campus)
SUMMARY: SETS and LOGIC
A set may be defined by:
MATH 331 sec002 Fall 2016 Homework 4 Instructor: Dr. Brown
1. We have an urn with three green balls and two yellow balls. We pick a sample of two
without replacement and put these two balls in a second urn that was previously empty.
Next we sample two bal
MATH 331 Fall 2016 Exam 2
Instructor: Dr. Isabelle Brown
You must show your work to get credit for your solutions. Partial credit will be awarded.
Make sure to CLEARLY define any random variables or events you introduce, and remember
MATH 331 sec002 Fall 2016 Special Quiz
Instructor: Dr. Brown
1. (20 points)
Make all of the following computations.
Let X have density function f (x) = kx4 for x 1 and zero otherwise.
(a) Find k such that f (x) is a valid p.d.f.
For f (x) to be
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3.3 Measures of Position Homework
Standard Score or z score tells how many standard deviations a data value is above or below the
mean for a specific distribution of value.
Percentiles are positions measures used in educational an