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MC Qu. 07-05
There are six employees at a coffee house. Two employees are to be selected at random to attend a Fair
Trade coffee convention. What is the total number of samples of 2 that can be selected from this population?
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Module 5 Assignment
1. A single-price monopoly is a firm that must sell each unit of its output for the same price to all its
customers.
A price-discriminating monopoly sells different units of a good or service for different prices.
When a firm price dis
Module 6
2. The market for batteries has a small number of independent firms.
Each firm's actions influence the profits of the other firms.
The market for batteries is an oligopoly.
It has a small number of firms competing and a natural barrier preventing
Microeconomics Module 3 Answers
1. A rent ceiling is a government regulation that makes it illegal to charge a rent higher than a
specified level.
Without a rent ceiling, the rent in the housing market is $450 per unit per month.
When the rent ceiling is
Module 5
I hope you are starting to notice the trend in how things are going. This module is
divided into 2 sections: A. Monopoly (Chapter 13) and B. Monopolistic Competition
(Chapter 14). Once again, the following is the "to do list" and again I have not
1. Economics is the social science that studies the choices that individuals, businesses,
governments, and the entire societies make as they cope with scarcity.
2.
3. Goods and services are the objects that people value and produce to satisfy human wants
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Appendix
Tables
Table A.1: Cumulative Binomial Distribution
Table A.2: Cumulative Normal Distribution
Table A.3: Upper Percentage Points for the Students t Distribution
Table A.4: Critical Points for the
Statistics Cheat Sheets
Descriptive Statistics:
Term
Meaning
Sort
Mean
Population Formula
Sort values in
increasing order
Average
N
The middle value
half are below
and half are above
Mode
The value with the
most
appearances
Variance The average of
the sq
STAT2800 Midterm Feb 12, 2009 2
1. (8 marks) If :1: is a binomial random variable With parameters 71 and 7r,
(a) Show that the mean of the random variable a: is 7m (6 marks)
(b) If n 15 and 7r 3; Find (i) P(a: : 15) (ii) P(:z: < 15) (2 marks)
n
mx
2 -:_
STAT2800: Midterm Review
MIDTERM REVIEW
1. Chapter 1 is pretty straight forward. Please make sure you
understand your simple summary statistics of a raw data set
(i.e.,
, quartiles, etc). Also, please understand the three
graphical summaries: stem and lea
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Assignment 2
(Note: dont forget your therefore statements for this assignment)
Exercise 1 (16 marks)
The breaking strength X of a concrete slab has a density function
f ( x) Ae
x
100
dx
for breaking strength values in the range 120 x 150 .
a) Calculate th
Assignment 1
Exercise 1 (6 marks)
A quality engineer measured 75 bolts. The length (in mm)
and the number of flaws on each of 75 bolts is recorded.
(i) identify the variable(s) in the study, (ii) explain the type of
data for each variable in the study (e.
Exercise 2
(a)
The z-score of 90 is
proportion is 0.0228
(90110)
10
= 2.00. The area to the left of z = -2.00 is 0.0228.The
(b)
Let be the required value of the mean. This value must be chosen so that the 1st
percentile of the distribution is 90.The z-sco
Assignment 3
Exercise 1 (10 marks)
One step in the manufacture of a certain metal clamp involves the
drilling of four holes. In a sample of 150 clamps, the average time
needed to complete this step was 72 seconds and the standard
deviation was 10 seconds.
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Question1:Score1/1
The pdf of a continous random variable is given as
1.
Find P(X < 0.7). (answer to 3 de
Question1:Score1/1
In order to be accepted into a prestigious Musical Academy, applicants must score within the top 4% on the
musical audition. Given that this test has a mean of 1,400 and a standard deviation of 170, what is the lowest
possible score a s
Question1:Score1/1
The stemplot along with some summary statistics of the grades of a statistics class are given below. How many of these
scores are identified as outliers?
Corre
ct
Your Answer: 3
Comment:
Question2:Score1/1
With the following boxplot, fi