Quiz 1 - Math 161A Fall 2012
Total Number of Points 25
# 22 (3 points)
(1 point) What are the interesting features of this histogram? The distribution of the differences
is positively skewed. The mean difference will be larger than the median.
(1 point) W
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San Jos State University - Math
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Math 161A - Final Exam
The following Final is to be taken individually and independently. A scientific calculator is permitted and you
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are allowed to use TWO 8 !" 11" NOTE SHEETs. No other u
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Quiz #10: December 7'"
1. Incoming freshman to Lee High School are required to take a mathematics placement examination
prior to registering for classes. The test is out of 200 possible points. The
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Quiz #9: November 30'"
1. A pharmaceutical company recently conducted a study for a new drug, which is intended to help lower
cholesterol. The study consisted of 237 partic
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San Jos State University - Math
Fall 2016
Final Exam Review
The Final Exam will be comprised of all textbook and lecture notes material that ranges from Chapter
1 through Chapter 8 (not including 4.5 and 4.6). This means that the Final
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San Jos State University
Math 161A
Section 3.4 - The Binomial Distribution
As statisticians, we try to categorize random variables so that we can use well-known
probability distributions. From a mathematical standpoint, the number of
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San Jos State University
Math 161A
Section 2.1 - Sample Space and Events
Definitio n : An expe rim en t is any activity or process (that is repeatable) whose
outcome is subject to uncertainty.
Exam p les in clude :
Flipping a coin
Selec
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San Jos State University
Math 161A
Section 3.1 - Introduction to Random Variables
In many random experiments, we are not interested in the specific outcome of the
experiment, but rather some characteristic of that outcome. For example,
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San Jos State University - Math
Spring 2016
Midterm I
The following midterm is to be taken individually and independently. A scientific calculator is permitted and
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you are allowed to use ONE 8 !" 11" NOTE SHEET. No other use of the bo
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San Jos State University - Math
Fall 2016
Midterm I Review
The first Midterm can be comprised of any material that ranges from Chapter 1 and Chapter 2.
Topics include (but are not limited to):
Populations and Samples
Graphical Me
San Jose State University, Department of Mathematics Math 161A, sec. 03 Applied Statistics I Spring 2010
Instructor: Dr. Kovaleva Olga, office: MH 439; e-mail: kovaleva@math.sjsu.edu Course website: http:/www.sjsu.edu/people/olga.kovaleva/
Homework assign
Chapter 15 Consciousness
Consciousness and Information Processing Consciousness our awareness of
ourselves and our environment
Phenomenology Problem of our minds
Levels of consciousness
Altered states of consciousness Minimal consciousness Full conscio