M316 EXAM 1A
SPRING, 2011
Dr. Schurle
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Show all your work on these pages. Be organized and neat. Your work should be your
own; there should be no talking, reading notes, checking laptops, using cellphones, . . . .
1. (5 points each)
M316 Assorted Problems Schultz 1. In Colorado there is a large group of deer that spend their summer months in a region on one side of a highway and survive the winter months in a lower region on the other side. To determine if the highway has distur
M316 FINAL EXAM
SPRING, 2011
Dr. Schurle
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own; there should be no talking, reading notes, checking laptops, using cellphones, . . . .
1. (8 points) He
CHAPTER 10 REVIEW
1) Each of the following situations requires a significance test about a population mean . State the
appropriate null hypothesis H0 and alternative hypothesis Ha in each case.
a) Larrys car averages 32 miles per gallon on the highway. He
M316 EXAM 3B
SPRING, 2011
Dr. Schurle
Your name:
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Show all your work on these pages. Be organized and neat. Your work should be your
own; there should be no talking, reading notes, checking laptops, using cellphones, . . . .
1. In a randomized
M316 Midterm Exam #1
This exam covers Chapters 1-5, 8, and 9. You should carefully review your class
notes and assignments; re-do those that were hard for you. Be sure you can use
your basic, 2-variable calculator effectively. Calculators like TI83 will n
Extra Problems Chapters 10-15
10.18 How far do fifth graders go in school? A study of education followed a
large group of fifth-grade children to see how many years of school they eventually
completed. Let X be the highest year of school that a randomly c
Thinking about midterm exam #1
Use for Questions 1-4
A study of 8 subjects over the age of 90 found the following measure of strength (heaviest weight subject could lift using knee
extensors) versus a measure of functional mobility (time taken to walk 6 m
M316 Chapter 12 General Laws of Probability
1.
0 P(A ) 1 for every event A
2.
P(S) = 1
3.
P(A does not occur)= 1- P(A)
4.
ADDITION RULE FOR DISJOINT EVENTS A AND B
P(A or B) = P(A) + P(B) if A and B are disjoint events
5.
MULTIPLICATION RULE FOR INDEPENDE
M316 Fall 2013 Tentative textbook Assignments- changes may be announced in class
Please note: In order to master the material, most students will need to practice with more problems than
just those assigned. Have your assignment ready for turn in at the s
M316 EXAM 3A
SPRING, 2011
Dr. Schurle
Your name:
Your UTEID:
Show all your work on these pages. Be organized and neat. Your work should be your
own; there should be no talking, reading notes, checking laptops, using cellphones, . . . .
1. In a randomized
M316 EXAM 2B
SPRING, 2011
Dr. Schurle
Your name:
Your UTEID:
Show all your work on these pages. Be organized and neat. Your work should be your
own; there should be no talking, reading notes, checking laptops, using cellphones, . . . .
1. (6 points each)
M316 EXAM 2A
SPRING, 2011
Dr. Schurle
Your name:
Your UTEID:
Show all your work on these pages. Be organized and neat. Your work should be your
own; there should be no talking, reading notes, checking laptops, using cellphones, . . . .
1. (6 points each)