SOLUTIONS TO THE FINAL
MATH 119 SPRING 2011 KUNIYUKI
126 POINTS TOTAL, BUT 120 POINTS = 100%
When rounding, round off to at least four decimal places or four significant digits,
whichever is more detailed. Round off final z values to two decimal places.
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QUIZ 4 (CHAPTER 7)
SOLUTIONS
MATH 119 SPRING 2011 KUNIYUKI
105 POINTS TOTAL, BUT 100 POINTS = 100%
Do not leave +, , or in your final confidence intervals; write the lower
limit and the upper limit of each interval, as we have done in class. Avoid roundin
QUIZ 3 (CHAPTER 6) - SOLUTIONS
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QUIZ 2 (SECTION 4-6, CHAPTER 5)
SOLUTIONS
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QUIZ 1 (CHAPTERS 1-4)
SOLUTIONS
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QUIZ 4 (CHAPTER 7)
MATH 119 SPRING 2011 KUNIYUKI
105 POINTS TOTAL, BUT 100 POINTS = 100%
Show all work, simplify as appropriate, and use good form and procedure (as in class).
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QUIZ 3 (CHAPTER 6)
MATH 119 SPRING 2011 KUNIYUKI
105 POINTS TOTAL, BUT 100 POINTS = 100%
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QUIZ 2 (SECTION 4-6, CHAPTER 5)
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QUIZ 1 (CHAPTERS 1-4)
MATH 119 SPRING 2011 KUNIYUKI
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MONTY HALL ANALYSIS
In five of my statistics classes, 101 pairs (or teams) of students each played 18
rounds of the Monty Hall game. If X represents the number of wins among the
2
18 rounds played under the switching strategy, then X Bin n = 18, p =
.
3
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MATH 119 HW #5: CHAPTERS 8-11
FALL 2011 4TH EDITION OF TRIOLAS ESSENTIALS
Write your name and class time and clearly separate sections! See syllabus.
Show work where appropriate, and use good form and procedure, as in class!
This is due when you take the
MATH 119 HW #4: CHAPTER 7
FALL 2011 4TH EDITION OF TRIOLAS ESSENTIALS
Write your name and class time and clearly separate sections! See syllabus.
Show work where appropriate, and use good form and procedure, as in class!
This is due when you take Quiz 4.
MATH 119 HW #3: CHAPTER 6
FALL 2011 4TH EDITION OF TRIOLAS ESSENTIALS
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Show work where appropriate, and use good form and procedure, as in class!
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MATH 119 HW #2: 4-6, CHAPTER 5
FALL 2011 4TH EDITION OF TRIOLAS ESSENTIALS
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MATH 119 HW #1: CHAPTERS 1-4
FALL 2011 4TH EDITION OF TRIOLAS ESSENTIALS
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Show work where appropriate, and use good form and procedure, as in class!
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FINAL
MATH 119 SPRING 2011 KUNIYUKI
126 POINTS TOTAL, BUT 120 POINTS = 100%
Show all work, simplify as appropriate, and use good form and procedure (as in class).
No notes or books allowed. A scientific calculator is allowed.
You may deta
(Lesson 29.5: Inferences from Two Samples; Ch.9) 9.01
CHAPTER 9:
INFERENCES FROM TWO SAMPLES
(LESSON 29.5)
Only Part A of this Lesson is fair for your Final.
PART A: MEANS FROM DEPENDENT SAMPLES: MATCHED PAIRS
(SECTION 9-4)
A matched pair of data values m
(Lesson 17: The Standard Normal Distribution; 6-2) 6.01
CHAPTER 6:
NORMAL PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
LESSON 17: THE STANDARD NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
(SECTION 6-2)
PART A: DISCRETE DISTRIBUTIONS (CHAPTER 5)
(Lesson 17: The Standard Normal Distribution; 6-2) 6.0
(Lesson 13: Counting; 4-6) 4.25
LESSON 13: COUNTING (SECTION 4-6)
PART A: FUNDAMENTAL COUNTING RULE
Lets say there are two decisions to be made: Decision A and Decision B.
If there are m possible choices for Decision A A1 , A2 , , Am and
(
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n possibl
(Lesson 29.5: Inferences from Two Samples; Ch.9) 9.01
CHAPTER 9:
INFERENCES FROM TWO SAMPLES
(LESSON 29.5)
Only Part A of this Lesson is fair for your Final.
PART A: MEANS FROM DEPENDENT SAMPLES: MATCHED PAIRS
(SECTION 9-4)
A matched pair of data values m