Math 15 Confidence Intervals Review
Name
Multiple Choice: Write the letter of the correct response for each question in the blank provided.
1.
Find the margin of error E when constructing a confidence interval for the population mean
given c = 0.90 , s =
Math 15
Inferential Statistics
Hypothesis Testing using Two Samples
If your data is paired data (the second data value is dependent upon the first such as when you
generated the first and second data value from the same individual), you use the formulas b
Spring, 2010
Math 15 Chapters 9 through 10 Review
Name
Multiple Choice: Write the letter of the correct response for each question in the blank provided.
1.
Given a sample size of n = 35 at a level of significance ! = 0.10 , identify the
conditions for th
March 11, 2009
1.
Name
Calculate each of the following. Show your work to receive full credit.
a.
2.
Math 15 (Kick) Ch 5-6 Test
7
P2
=
b.
8
C3
Calculate each of the following probabilities. Show your work to receive full credit.
a.
drawing 3 cards from a
Math 15
Inferential Statistics
Spring 2010
In the first half of this course, we used descriptive statistics techniques to provide insights into the
nature of data; measures of center like the mean, median, and mode, and measures of variation like
range, v
Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis testing is a process in which guesses are made about population parameters, statistics are
calculated to help determine the likelihood that the guesses are correct, and conclusions are drawn
based on the stati
Spring, 2009
C
Math 15 Final Review
Name
nominal
2.
Identify the level of measurement for data classifying people as single, married, or divorced.
A.
nominal
3.
Identify the sampling technique used if five statistics classes are randomly selected and all
Describing the Relationship between Two Variables
Scatter Diagrams, Correlation and Regression 4.1 4.2
Explanatory Variable independent variable whose value determines the response variable value.
Response Variable the dependent variable whose value is ex
Fall 2010
1.
Math 15 Ch 5-6 and Counting Worksheet
Calculate each of the following. Show your work to receive full credit.
a.
the number of ways to arrange 6 people in a line.
6! = 720
b.
the number of permutations of the letters MATH.
4! = 24
c.
the numb