dm "out;clear;log;clear;";
/*This clears the output and log windows */
options nodate pageno=1;
FILENAME r1data URL
"http:/www.stat.wmich.edu/naranjo/stat6620/usnewsdata.txt";
title1 '1995 US News Data on Colleges and Universities';
/*/
/* Read data into
_
1. The pie chart describes the distribution of state tree types for the 50 states in the United States. The
category Other include all trees that are the state tree for two or fewer states. Which of the following
conclusions can we draw from this chart?
Chapter 9
1 of 23
The time that it takes an untrained rat to run a standard maze has a Normal distribution with mean 65 seconds
and standard deviation 15 seconds. The researchers want to use a test of hypotheses to determine whether
training significantly
AP Statistics: Chapter 13 REVIEW
Name: _
Use the following to answer questions 1-4:
A sports writer wished to see if a football filled with helium travels farther, on average, than a football filled with
air. To test this, the writer used 18 adult male vo
Chapters 6 & 7 Review Questions
1. Consider the following set of random variables:
I. Total number of points scored during a football game
II. Lifespan in hours of a halogen light bulb
III. Height in feet of the ocean's tide at a given location
IV. Number
Chapter 10.3/12.2/13.2 Multiple-Choice Review
1. A radio talk show host is interested in the proportion p of adults in his listening area who think that the drinking age
should be lowered to 18. To find this proportion, he poses the following question to
Chapter 10.2/12.1/13.1 Multiple-Choice Review
1. Which of the following is not a property of the t distribution?
A. The density curve of the t distribution is symmetric about 0.
B. The density curve of the t distribution has thicker tails than the density
Chapter 10.1/11 Review
Multiple Choice Practice
1. A random sample of 85 students in Chicagos city high schools take a course designed to improve SAT scores.
Based on this sample, a 90% confidence interval for the mean improvement in SAT score for all Chi
More from Chapters 14, 15 and 16
The
z test assumes an SRS of size n from a Normal population with known population
standard deviation . P-values can be obtained either with computations from the standard
Normal distribution or by using technology (calcul
CH. 12 Multiple Choice Answers
1. C
2. A
3. B
4. D
5. A
6. B
7. B
8. B
9. D
10. C
11. C
12. D
13. A
14. C
15. D
16. D
17. B
18. A
19. B
20. B
Chapter 12 Multiple Choice
Name _ Period _ Date _
Use the following to answer questions 1-2:
The college newspape
Statistics 201 Project 2
1. Since my student ID ends in the numbers 53, I took a simple random sample of 853. This
report analyzes data collected from a survey given to Stats 201 students last spring. It
focuses on questions about where students live, are
Project 1
Courtney Schwab
1. The following report looks at data taken from a Spring 2016 statistics class. The report looks
at views on the legalization of marijuana, tobacco usage, and drunk driving records. The
analysis was completed on September 18, 20
Practice Exam 3
STAT 1100, Spring 2009
Laurel Chiappetta
Name_
This is a closed-book exam. You are allowed to use the statistical tables in your textbook, a
calculator, and one two-sided sheet of notes. There are 24 problems, with point values as shown.
P