Review Exam 1
This is a sample of problems that would be good practice for the exam. This is by no means a
guarantee that the problems on the exam will look identical to those on the exam but it shoul
June 5, 2009
Math 244 Spring 2009 Quiz 8
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1. An astronomer is interested in measuring the distance, in light years, from his observatory to
the star Polaris. Although the astronomer has a measuri
May 29, 2009
Math 244 Spring 2009 Quiz 7
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1. Suppose sample data is collected for a particular measurement. The resulting 15 measurements are:
0.68, 2.1, 3.6, 5.3, 7.1, 9.1, 11.4, 13.9, 16.7, 20,
May 18, 2009
Math 244 Spring 2009 Quiz 6
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1. A random sample of 20 grams of soil is collected from the moon. Let X and Y represent the
amount in grams of Iron and Calcium respectively in the samp
May 15, 2009
Math 244 Spring 2009 Quiz 5
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1. Suppose that 65% of all drivers in a certain state regularly wear seat belts. A random sample
of 500 drivers is selected.
(a) (1 Point) Let X =the num
May 8, 2009
Math 244 Spring 2009 Quiz 4
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1. Suppose that the number of 911 calls in a certain small city is a Poisson process with a rate
of 20 calls per hour.
(a) What is the probability that ex
May 1, 2009
Math 244 Spring 2009 Quiz 3
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1. An appliance dealer advertises three dierent models of upright freezers having 13.5, 16.2 and
19.7 cubic feet of storage space, respectively. Let X = t
April 15, 2009
Math 244 Spring 2009 Quiz 2
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1. Suppose that in a class of 30 students there are 12 men and 18 women. From this class, a
team of 5 students is to be selected to compete in a compet
April 6, 2009
Math 244 Spring 2009 Quiz 1
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1. In 2007/2008 basketball season the University of North Carolina (UNC) played 50 basketball
games. Below if a histogram of the relative class frequenc
Practice Problems
1. A citys temperature (measured at 12:00 noon) is modeled as a normal random variable with
mean and standard deviation both equal to 10 degrees Celsius. If the temperature is record
Math 244 Exam 2
May 22, 2009
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Show all work and indicate your nal answers clearly. Answers without clear justication will be given very little credit.
Problem Possible Points Score
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Review Exam 2
This is a sample of problems that would be good practice for the exam. This is by no means a
guarantee that the problems on the exam will look identical to those on the exam but it shoul
Math 244 Exam 1
April 24, 2009
Name:
Show all work and indicate your nal answers clearly. Answers without clear justication will be given very little credit.
Problem Possible Points Score
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12
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10
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Samantha Fisher
Lab 1
Professor Sloughter
Math 2310
Activity 1 (Survey):
Activity 2 (Snow geese):
a) Construct a histogram for the amount of acid-detergent fiber for all geese. You should notice
that