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MTH160 - Exam Ill Review
Major Topics
Chapter 6 - Normal Probability Distributions
- The Standard Normal Distribution
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MTH160 Exam III Review
Major Topics
Chapter 6 Normal Probability Distributions
The Standard Normal Distribution
Finding the area to the left or right of a z-value
Finding the area between 2 z-values
Finding 2 z-scores that bound an area
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MTH160 Exam I Study Guide
Chapter 1
Descriptive v. Inferential Statistics
Population v. Sample
Parameter v. Statistic
Variables Categorical (Qualitative) v. Numerical (Quantitative)
Data Collection Biased v. Unbiased
Sampling Types
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