Computer Lab Handout
Name_
The data file you will be using includes 3 Point Percentage (subsequently, we will call this
THREE) and Free Throw Percentage (subsequently, we will call this FREE).
1. Create a scatterplot of the data of THREE vs. FREE. Include
STAT 225 SUMMER 2016 EXAM ONE
NAME _SOLUTIONS_
Your section (circle one):
Eric (8:40 am)
ONLINE
DIRECTIONS: IMPORTANT- check both sides of all pages!
1. Show your work on questions 8-13. Unsupported work will NOT receive full credit. INCLUDE a
probability
STAT 225: Introduction to Probability Models
Extra Examples
1
Introduction to Probability
Extra 1.1 Let A be an event that happens 40% of the time. Let B be an event that happens 75% of the
time. Answer the following 4 questions. What is the smallest prob
Stat 225 - Summer 2012 Exam 1
Your Name: _
Your Section (circle one):
Sveinn (08:40)
Glen (09:50)
Mike (11:00)
Instructions:
Show your work on ALL questions. Unsupported work will NOT receive full credit.
Decimal answers should be exact, or to exactly 2 d
Stat 225 - Summer 2012 Exam 2
Your Name: _
Your Section (circle one):
Sveinn (08:40)
Glen (09:50)
Mike (11:00)
Instructions:
Show your work on ALL questions. Unsupported work will NOT receive full credit.
Decimal answers should be exact, or to exactly 2 n
Stat 225 - Quiz 1
Name_
06/15/2012
You have 10 minutes to complete the problem below. Show sufficient work to receive full
credit. If a decimal answer is not exact, please round to 2 decimal places.
50 STAT 225 students were polled and asked whether they
Stat 225 - Quiz 02
Name_
06/20/2012
You have 12 minutes to complete the problem below. Show sufficient work to receive full
credit. If a decimal answer is not exact, please round to 2 decimal places.
Consider the set of letters INDIANAPOLIS. Assume sampli
Stat 225 - Quiz 03
Name_
06/25/2012
You have 12 minutes to complete the problem below. Show sufficient work to receive full
credit. If a decimal answer is not exact, please round to 2 decimal places.
X is a discrete random variable taking the values on 0,
Stat 225 - Quiz 04
06/28/2012
Name_
You have 10 minutes to complete the problem below. Show sufficient work to receive full credit. If a
decimal answer is not exact, please round to 2 decimal places.
Tom tosses a pair of fair dice 10 times. Let X denote t
Stat 225 - Quiz 04
07/02/2012
Name_
You have 11 minutes to complete the problem below. Show sufficient work to receive full credit. If a
decimal answer is not exact, please round to 2 decimal places.
There are 15 cards on the table. 6 are blue, 5 are yell
Stat 225 - Quiz 6
Name_
07/13/2012
You have 12 minutes to complete the problem below. Show sufficient work to receive full credit. If a
decimal answer is not exact, please round to 2 decimal places.
X is a continuous random variable, and has Probability D
Stat 225 - Quiz 7
Name_
07/18/2012
You have 10 minutes to complete the problem below. Show sufficient work to receive full
credit. If a decimal answer is not exact, please round to 2 significant decimal places.
Stat 225 Exam 1 scores are normally distribu
Stat 225 - Quiz 8
Name_
07/19/2012
You have 12 minutes to complete the problem below. Show sufficient work to receive full
credit. If a decimal answer is not exact, please round to 2 significant decimal places.
Suppose the life time for each bulb follows
Stat 225 - Quiz 9
Name_
07/27/2012
You have 10 minutes to complete the problem below. Show sufficient work to receive full
credit. If a decimal answer is not exact, please round to 2 significant decimal places.
We have a data set as follows: -5, -3, 2, 5,
Stat 225 - Quiz 10
07/30/2012
Name_
You have 10 minutes to complete the problem below. Show sufficient work to receive full credit. If a
decimal answer is not exact, please round to 2 significant decimal places.
John randomly sampled 500 people from the n
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