Dr. David M. Gross
BCOR 2200 Statistics and Normal Distribution Review
A way to estimate the outcome of future events is to examine past events and assume that the
pattern will be repeated in the future. We can use this technique to estimate possible rang
Random Phenomenon: a situation that meets the criteria below; we are uncertain of each individual outcome (called
uncertainties)
1. There are several possible outcomes
a. The statistic could take on many dierent values if dierent samples are chosen
2. BUT
Random Phenomenon: a situation that meets the criteria below; we are uncertain of each individual outcome (called
uncertainties)
1. There are several possible outcomes
a. The statistic could take on many dierent values if dierent samples are chosen
2. BUT
Stat 135 Fall 2012
Practice Midterm Exam #2 (100 points)
Instructions: On questions 11-14, you MUST show your work and explain to receive full
credit. There is no need to show your work on questions # 1-10.
True/False (circle one) and Multiple Choice (cir
Sample Questions for Midterm II
The set of objective type questions is only a preview. Along with this, you should make sure to cover in detail all the HWs preceding the Midterm. The essay questions and numerical type questions on the Midterm will be draw
1. A spinner can land in eight possible positions so that all eight have the same probability
Each
have
- Remember that correlation tells us the linear relationship between two of coming up. and 1,position mustmore.probability
A) between 0
but can't say
C
random phenomenon-a situation in which there are several possible outcomes but only one of these outcomes will occur we are
uncertain of each individual outcome (uncertainties) but the distribution of the outcomes is predictable. A distribution of outcome