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Spring 2011
Exam 1
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QUIZ 5 Condence Intervals
3/30/11
1. Gallup polled 3557 people last week and found 45% approve of the job President Obama is doing, 47%
disapprove, and 8% are neutral. Find 95% condence intervals for each of
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QUIZ 4 Probability Histograms
3/23/11
1. Consider the random variable tracking the number of heads in 4 ips of a fair coin. Draw a probability
histogram for this random variable.
Solution: First, compute f (
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QUIZ 3 Probability
2/16/11
1. An urn contains 3 red balls, 2 blue balls, and 5 green balls.
(a) A ball is pulled out of the urn.
(i) What is the probability that it is blue?
(ii) What is the probability that
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QUIZ 2 Normal Distribution
1/31/11
1. Suppose a set of test scores are well approximated by a normal distribution with mean = 54 and
standard deviation = 11.
(a) What percentage of scores were above 70?
(b)
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QUIZ 1 Histograms
1/24/11
1. In a recent football game, one team (we will call them the Packers) ran 57 plays, and the other (call
them the Bears) ran 61. The tables below list the number of times a play gai
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Final Exam
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Exam 3
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1. A statistician is stranded on a desert i
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Exam 2
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QUIZ 6 p-Values
4/14/11
1. You are to run an experiment to determine if your coin is fair or not. Flip it 20 times and record the
results:
Trial
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Result
(a)