Name BreAnna Gross
Lab Chapters 1 and 2
Describing, Exploring, and Comparing Data
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3.6 Use the sketch from Exercise 3.5 and shade in the appropriate areas to answer these
questions. [a] A total of 99.3% of all upper arm lengths are within three standard
deviations of the mean, or between 29.5 centimeters and 42.1 centimeters [h] This is
Chapter 22 - Inference for a Population Proportion
22.1 [a] The population is surgical patients. p is the proportion ot'all surgical
patients who will test positive for Staphylococcus uureus. [b] fa = g = ll. 185, or
22.3 [a] Because up = 030(15ou
Chapter 16 - Condence intervals: The Basics
16.1 [a] The sampling distribution of f has mean p [unknown] and standard deviation
or 125 . . _ . .
= = 6.3931. Accordin to this rule, 95% of all values of it fall 931111 2
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Chapter 2 - Describing Distributions with Numbers
2.1 Mean 5: self level is E = w =S_23 per ml. The mean is greater
than most of the observations because of the two outliers [29 Li] and 195.4.
2.3 The mean travel time is E= 31.25 minutes. The median trave
Chapter 1'? - Tests of Signicance: The Basics
111 [a] If ,u = 50. the distribution is sens Hun for n = 125 Phlllppiie sum
approximatelyr Normal with mean manna-sq m.
it! = 5! and standard deviation
i _ i _ as
J: - 225 l. [b] The actual result s
Chapter 21 - Comparing Two Means
21.1 This is a matched-pairs design. Each plot is a matched pair.
21.2 This involves two independent samples.
21.3 This involves a single sample.
21.4 This involves two independent samples [because the results for the new
Chapter 1 - Picturing Distributions with Graphs
1.1 [a] The individuals are the car makes and models. [b] For each individual, the
variables recorded are 1-.:"ehicle class [categorical], Transmission type [categorical],
Number of cylinders [usually' treat
Chapter 20 - Inference about a Population Mean
20.1 The standard error ofthe mean is s to"; = 5591111000 = 1.2993 minutes.
2o.s [a] M: 12 - 1 = 11. so 1" = 2.2u1.[hdr=2 1 = 1.50 r = 53.552. [c] df=
1on1 - 1 = 1uou. so r = 1.646.
20.9 [a] df= 5 - 1 = 4 [b]
Chapter 18 - Inference in Practice
1a.: [a] The 95% condence interval is s i zj = 1.92 i 1.96% = 1.92 a duos =
1.?99 to 2.011 motorists. [b] The large sample size means that. because of the centlal limit
theorem, the sampling distribution of i is rougth
Chapter 25 - Two Categorical 1variables: The Chi-Square Test
25.5 [a] Expected counts are below observed counts in the table provided. For
= SURE. We
nd that the observed counts are much greater than the expected counts for all
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Exam 1: Chapters 1 - 3
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Instructions: Show ALL work or explain your method.
A random sample of 30 states shows the number of low-power FM radio stations for each
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