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Extra Sample Questions
1. Explain why the distribution of human heights has a shape that is approximately normal but
the distribution of the number of heads when you toss one coin (0 or 1) does not.
2. Suppose a poll using a random
What is 'Statistics'?
The definition in the text says:
Definition: Statistics is a collection of procedures and principles for gathering data and
analyzing information in order to help people make decisions when faced with uncertainty.
This is certainly a
Statistical Ideas and Methods Test Bank
Chapter 7
1.
In a sample of 1000 students majoring in the humanities, 660 were female. The 66% (660/1000) chance of a
humanities major being female is a
A. Subjective probability
B. Relative frequency probability
A
Statistical Ideas and Methods Test Bank
Chapter 10
Questions 1 to 2: In a nationwide survey of n = 1,030 adults, p = .06 (or 6%) answered yes to the question During
the last year did anyone break into or somehow illegally get into your home or apartment?
Statistical Ideas and Methods Test Bank
Chapter 11
Questions 1 to 2: For each statement, determine if the statement is a typical null hypothesis (H0) or alternative
hypothesis (Ha).
1.
There is no difference between the proportion of overweight men and ov
Statistical Ideas and Methods Test Bank
Chapter 6
Questions 1 to 4: The table below shows the counts by gender and highest degree attained for 498 respondents in
the General Social Survey.
Male
Female
Total
No High
School Degree
49
52
101
High School
Degr
CHAPTER 5
Section 5.1
1.
Drawing a scatter plot as in Figure 5.1.
Use File>Open Worksheet to open the file handheight.mtw. The file contains
observations to the variables Gender, Height and Handspan for 167 students. (See
Example 5.1)
Select Graph> Scatte
NATS 1500 Midterm test
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Dura
Possible test/exam question
1. Review these exercises for discussion in class
2. Why does Hans Rosling say that students at the Karolinska Institute know statistically significantly less
about the world than do chimpanzees  and professors at the Karolins
MATH 1610 Final Exam
December 2014
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11. [10] Suppose that the correlation between the grade on the midterm and the grade on the final
exam in a certain Economics course is 0.7 and that the relationship is reasonably close to
linear. Which of t
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Sample MidTerm Test
Actual MidTerm: February 15, 2012 at 4 pm
Duration 1 hour
Instructions: No aids are allowed except a nonprogrammable calculator that can take square
roots.
You must bring your York student card to
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Sample Multiple Choice Questions
Chapter 4
1.
A random sample of 1001 Americans aged 1824 years showed that 51% believe their health is extremely important. An approximate 95% confidence
interval for the proportion of all 1824 year olds who believe th
Summary:
How to read a newspaper, listen to the radio, read a magazine, etc.
Many issues centre around relationships between variables and the possibility or
claim that one variable affects another.
Examples:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Being overweight affects health?
I
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Understanding Statistics Elliptically Part I
Visualizing Univariate Regression
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December 7, 2010
Biostatistics Seminars
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University of Toronto
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NATS 1500: ASSIGNMENT 1
partial solutions
1. (a) (25 marks) This article discusses abortion laws in Canada. It turns out (something
that I did not know myself) that there are currently no abortion laws in Canada. The
article focuses on the results of a po
NATS 1500: ASSIGNMENT 3 PART 2
solutions
Do keeners do better in school?
The data set consists of n=34 grades (A,B,C, or D) for each of 34 groups. The groups were labelled 1 through 35 (group 4 is missing), and are indicative of how keen the group is. Tha
NATS 1500: ASSIGNMENT I
This assignment is to be completed in groups of size three. The group names are due on January
19th. The entire assignment is due on February 9th.
1. Read the two articles attached. For each article, write a short report (no longer
SAMPLE TEST ANSWERS (NOT SOLUTIONS) WITH DISCLAIMERS
1. We did not discuss mediating factors, but you can still consider the question.
2. Straightforward.
3/4. Keyword: enrolled.
5. a. C, b. A, c. D (with qualifiers).
6. C
7. C
8. C
9. a. C, b. E, c. A, d
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Chapter 6: Relationships Between Categorical Variables
Principle Question: Is there a relationship between the two variables, so that the category into
which individuals fall for one variable seems to depend on the category they ar
NATS 1500
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Chapter 7: Probability
Random Circumstances: if one in which the outcome is unpredictable (ex. Bad hair day)
Assigning Probabilities

A probability is a value between 0 and is written either as a fraction or as a decimal
fraction