Test 3A
AP Statistics
Name:
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1. Other things being equal, larger automobile engines consume more fuel. You are planning
an experiment to study the effect of engine size (in liters

Chapter 2: Exploring Data
Contents
Extra Practice I: Measuring location and Normal distributions
Extra Practice II: Measuring location and Normal distributions
Students often have difficulty the first time they encounter the Normal distribution.
These two

Test 8A AP Statistics Name:
Part I: Muitiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best amen
1. In an opinion poll, 25% of a random sample of 200 people said that they were strongly
opposed to having a state lottery. The standard error of the s

Test 6A AP Statistics Name:
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1. A marketing survey compiled data on the number of personal computers in households. If X
= the number of computers in a randomly-selected househo

5. RgvigwAP Statistics Name:
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1. The probability that you will be ticketed for illegal parking on campus is about 1/3. During
the last nine days, you have illegally parked every d

Chapter 7 Review Test
1. A survey conducted by Black Flag asked whether or not the action of a certain type of roach disk was
effective in killing roaches. 79% of the respondents agreed that the roach disk was effective. The number
79% is a
A) parameter.

Test 7C AP Statistics _ Name:
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1. According to the DuPont 2007 Global Automotive Color Popularity Report, 19% of all cars
manufactured in 2007 were white. In a random sample of m

Test 7A AP Statistics Name:
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Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the teller corresponding to the has! mower.
1. Following a dramatic drop ofSOO points in the Dow Jones Industrial Average in September
I998, a poli conducted for the Associ