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18. Two-sample problems for
population means ( unknown)
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2. Numerical descriptors
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Describing distributions wi
1. Displaying data with graphs
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Picturing Distributi
11. The Normal distributions
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The Normal distributi
12. Discrete probability
distributions
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Discrete pro
3. Relationships
Scatterplots and correlation
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Part I: Multiple Choice Questions, 3 points each (Make sure to clearly circle your answer.)
1. A person brings her pet to the vet for a vaccination. Le
4. Relationships: Regression
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Regression
The least-sq
Newtons law of gravitation
W=mg
g=9.81 or 32.2
Law of Sines:
=
Law of Cosines:
Rectangular Components of a Vector (F)
Fx=Fcos Q, Q=angle of F with x axis
Fy=FsinQ
R=
Moment of a force (F) about a poin
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ke = 1/(40) = 8.99 x 109 N m2/C2
0 = 8.85 x 10-12 C2/N m2
17. Inference for a population mean
( unknown)
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Infe