Chapter 2
Graphical Descriptions of Data
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MT143 Statistics - Outline for TEST 1
Chapter 1
1. Compare/contrast population and sample
2. Distinguish between quantitative and qualitative variables.
3. Define random sampling types: systematic, stratified, cluster, convenience
Chapter 2
4. Construct a
ANSWER KEY for Unit 1 TEST REVIEW A
1. Identify each as either qualitative or quantitative data:
social security numbers(quantitative), test scores (quantitative), colors of flowers (qualitative), age of
students in a class(quantitative)
2. Using the popu
Chapter 3
Numerical Descriptions of Data
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Josh Johnson
Business Law
9/26/16
MWF 11 am
1. What were the articles of confederation?
In 1776 America obtained its independence from Britain. When that happened, they
needed to create some form of a government. The Articles of Confederation represent th
Chapter 6
Normal Probability Distributions
Properties of a Normal Distribution
Continuous random variable
Has an infinite number of possible values that can be
represented by an interval on the number line.
Hours spent studying in a day
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Chapter 6
Normal Probability Distributions
Properties of a Normal Distribution
Continuous random variable
Has an infinite number of possible values that can be
represented by an interval on the number line.
Hours spent studying in a day
0
3
6
9
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Records
C+ Structs
Chapter 14
1
2
What to do with records?
Declaring records
Accessing records
Accessing the
field of a record
What is a union?
Can records be in
arrays?
3
Records
Recall that elements of arrays must all
be of the same type
scores
scores:
Chapter 6
Normal Probability Distributions
Properties of a Normal Distribution
Continuous random variable
Has an infinite number of possible values that can be
represented by an interval on the number line.
Hours spent studying in a day
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
CARDIOVASCULAR
SYSTEM
Chapter 5
Mrs. Redlinski
Two parts:
The two parts of the cardiovascular system are the:
Heartpumping organ
Blood vesselspathway for the movement of blood, nutrients, and
waste products.
Functions:
1. Movement of blood, caused by
Chapter 7:
One-Sample Inference
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Chapter 4: Probability
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