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Quiz 3
Name:
1. What notation do we use to represent the linear correlation coecient?
2. What notation do we use to represent the coecient of determination?
3. What is the largest value that the linear correlation coecient can take? If it is ne
Lecture Notes
in Control and Information Sciences
Editors: M. Thoma M. Morari
337
Henk A. P. Blom John Lygeros (Eds.)
Stochastic Hybrid
Systems
Theory and Safety Critical Applications
With 88 Figures
Series Advisory Board
F. Allgower P. Fleming P. Kokotov
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Quiz 4
Name:
1. A survey is taken asking New Englanders what state they live in, and what NFL team is their favorite, with
the following table recording the results.
Vermont
Connecticut
Massachusetts
Total
Patriots
7
15
19
41
Giants
3
12
8
23
O
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Quiz 5
Name:
1. Find the area under the standard normal curve between z = 1.53 and z = 1.89.
2. Find the area under the normal curve to the right of 2.33.
3. Find the z-score z.20 such that 20% of the area under the normal curve lies to the rig
107-01-f11
Quiz 4
Name:
1. A survey is taken asking New Englanders what state they live in, and what NFL team is their favorite, with
the following table recording the results.
Vermont
Connecticut
Massachusetts
Total
Patriots
7
15
19
41
Giants
3
12
8
23
O
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Quiz 8
Name:
A certain shopping outlet uses a sample of size 45 to determine that the average dollar amount spent by each customer
during a shopping trip is $212.94. Assume that we know that = $59.40.
1. Construct and interpret a 99% condence i
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Quiz 9
Name:
Two tennis players, Jill and Diane, are discussing the game. Jill brags that her serves average 102 miles per hour, and
Diane is skeptical. She doesnt think Jill serves that fast. In fact, Jill is roughly correct: she does serve on
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Quiz 7
Name:
A certain shopping outlet determines that the average amount of money spent by each customer during a shopping
trip is $212.94, with a standard deviation of $59.40.
1. Assume that the money spent per shopping trip by customers is n
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Quiz 10
Name:
A Readers Digest/Gallup Survey on the drinking habits of Americans estimated the percentage of adults across the
country who drink beer, wine, or hard liquor at least occasionally.
1. Suppose 1516 adults were interviewed, and 985
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Quiz 1
Name:
1. A poll asks Trinity students what their favorite sport is. Below is the list
of responses received:
Football
Soccer
Soccer
Soccer
Football
Baseball
Tennis
Squash
Soccer
Football
Squash
Tennis
Squash
Baseball
Basketball
(a) Const
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Quiz 6
Name:
A certain shopping outlet determines that the average amount of money spent by each customer during a
shopping trip is $212.94, with a standard deviation of $59.40. Assuming that the money spent per shopping trip
by customers is no
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Quiz 2
Name:
1. State the name of the criterion used to determine the line which best ts a set of bivariate data.
State the criterion.
2. (a) In a scatter plot for bivariate data, what is the statistical term for the independent variable, whose
Classical Theory of Gauge Fields
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Classical Theory
of Gauge Fields
Valery Rubakov
Translated by Stephen S Wilson
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS
PRINCETON AND OXFORD
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Copyright 2002
by Princeton University Press
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