MAT 240 FINAL EXAM REVIEW
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY
MAT 240 Final Exam Review
Question 1:
Computing various statistics (mean, median, mode, range, standard deviation, variance)
Suppose we have
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MAT 240 FINAL EXAM REVIEW
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY
MAT 240 Final Exam Review
Question 1:
Computing various statistics (mean, median, mode, range, standard deviation, variance)
Suppose we have
Student: Ryan Aldam Instructor: Daniel Krywaruczenko Assignment: 2-2 Problem Set: Module
Date: 11/7/14 Course: MAT-240-X2333-14EW2 Two
Time: 12:23 PM Book: Southern New Hampshire
University: Math130/M
Names
Arilus Halin
Barlow Tabitha
Boss Jeffrey
Bronson, Derek
Castro Rebecca
Cotnoir, Richard
Hall, Jason
Hayden,
Jonathan
Patrick Jonathan
Teklay Tadesse
Vazquez,
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Hypothesis testing stolen car
City
Stolen
vehicles
Seattle
4128
Tacoma
2,619
Spokane
1,992
Kent
1,433
Federal Way
1,088
Renton
1,061
Vancouver
1,007
Everett
958
Auburn
698
Burien
666
I am making assum
statistics:
Colum n
n
TPCP
Mean
Variance
Std. dev.
Std. err. Median Range Min Max Q1
347 888.02594 216361.78 465.14705 24.970402
822
2366
Q3
36 2402 540 1154
sample T hypothesis test:
: Mean of variable
H0 : = 50
HA : < 50
Hypothesis test results:
Variabl Sample Mean Std. Err. DF
e
EMNT
T-Stat
P-value
-55.048991 6.181248 346 -16.994787 <0.0001
Washington state cities with the most stolen vehicles in 2016, according to data released
by the FBI:
City
Stolen
vehicles
4,128
2,619
1,992
1,433
Seattle
Tacoma
Spokane
Kent
Federal Way
1,088
Renton
During an average week, I calculated how many hours I spent working out. I devote an average
of 6 to 8 hours a week at the gym; I also include an additional 4 to 6 hours running or ruck
marching per w
1. A resident thinks that 15% of the months have no days with 0.5 inches or more
of precipitation. Test this claim at a 0.05 significance level. How do your results
compare to your 95% confidence inte
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sample T confidence interval:
: Mean of variable
99% confidence interval results:
Variabl Sample Mean Std. Err. DF
e
EMXT
L. Limit
U. Limit
219.85591 4.9160252 346 207.12285 232.58897
sample proportion confidence interval:
Outcomes in : DP05
Success : 0
p : Proportion of successes
Method: Standard-Wald
95% confidence interval results:
Variabl Coun Tota
Sample
e
t
l
Prop.
DP05
36
34
sample proportion hypothesis test:
Outcomes in : DP05
Success : 0
p : Proportion of successes
H0 : p = 0.15
HA : p 0.15
Hypothesis test results:
Variabl Coun Tota
e
t
l
Sample
Prop.
DP05
0.1037464 0.0
My gas expense 2017
After reviewing my 1099 misc and fuel receipts for my tax return. I decide to
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Normal distribution.
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Histogram of TPCP
Summary statistics:
Column
TPCP
n
Mean
Variance
Std. dev.
Std. err.
347 888.02594 216361.78 465.14705 24.970402
Median Range Min Max Q1
822
2366
Q3
36 2402 540 1154
The topic of this
A normal distribution is a bell-shaped frequency distribution curve. Most of the data values in a normal
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When Im at work I like to see, who tends to shop longer Men or Women. Usually the men
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Null Hypothesis
H0: Going to work out
Alternative Hypothesis
H1: Not going to work out
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When Im at work I like to see, who tends to shop longer Men or Women. Usually the men
usually spend around 30 minutes and the women usually spend around 45 minutes to an hour.
Group(Men-Women)
Sample
The two parameters can entirely illustrate the
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Summary statistics:
Column
Mean
TPCP
888.02594
Variance
216361.78
Std. dev.
465.14705
Median
822
The lowest estimated by eye is 0 precipitation
The highest e
Question 1.
How many months had no days with 0.5 inches or more of precipitation?
In Manchester NH from 1930 to 1958 there were 36 months that had zero days that had
0.5 inches or more of precipitati
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