Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Assuming that the heights of college women are normally distributed with
mean 63 inches and standard deviation 3 inches, what percentage of
women are taller than 60 inches?
Selected
Answer:
84.1
%
Question 2
1 out of 1 points
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Suppose that the mean time for a certain car to go from 0 to 60 miles per hour was
6.9 seconds. Suppose that you want to set up a statistical test to challenge the claim
of 6.9 seconds. What would you use for the null hypothe
Chapter 1 review
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Data may be classified by one of the four levels of measurement. What is the name of
the lowest level?
Selected
Answer:
nomin
al
Question 2
1 out of 1 points
Data may be classified by one of the four levels of
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Give an example of a discrete random variable.
Selected
Answer:
The number of beverages sold at a
lemonade stand
Question 2
1 out of 1 points
Give an example of a continuous random variable.
Selected
Answer:
The number of gal
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
How hot does it get in Death Valley? Assume that the following data are
taken from a study conducted by the National Park System, of which
Death Valley is a unit. The ground temperatures
were taken from May
to November in the
Chapter 2 review
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Finish times (to the nearest hour) for 10 dogsled teams are shown below.
Make a frequency table showing class limits, class boundaries, midpoints, frequency,
relative frequencies, and cumulative frequencies. U
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
A football team's coach predicts that his team will win 9 out of 10, or 90%, of its
games. Which method did he most likely use to make this prediction?
Selected
Answer:
intuiti
on
Question 2
1 out of 1 points
If the probabili
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Suppose a certain species bird has an average weight of
grams.
Based on previous studies, we can assume that the weights of these birds
have a normal distribution with
grams. For a small group of 13
birds, find the margin of
Cannons
Key  G
Phil Wickham
Tempo  78  Time  4/4
VERSE 1
G
D
Am
Em
Its falling from the clouds a strange and lovely sound
C
G
D
I hear it in the thunder and the rain
G
D
Am
Em
Its ringing in the skies like cannons in the night
C
G
D
The music of the u
Forever Reign
Key  C
Jason Ingram  Reuben Morgan
Tempo  83  Time  4/4
INTRO
: C



:
VERSE 1
You are
You are
You are
You are
C
good You are good when theres nothing good in me
G/B
love You are love on display for all to see
C
light You are light
Glorious Day
Key  D
Kristian Stanfill  Jason Ingram  Jonathan Smith  Sean Curran
VERSE 1
D
I was buried beneath my shame
Bm7
Who could carry that kind
of weight
G2
D
It was my tomb
'til I met You
VERSE 2
D
I was breathing but not
alive
Bm7
All my fail
Always
Key  B
Jason Ingram  Kristian Stanfill
Tempo  70  Time  4/4
VERSE 1
B
My foes are many they rise against me
Emaj9
But I will hold my ground
B
Emaj9
I will not fear the war
I will not fear the storm
G#m7
Emaj9
My help is on the way my help is o
You Make Me Brave
Key  Eb
Amanda Cook
Tempo  138  Time  4/4
INTRO
 Ab
 Fm
 Eb/G
 Eb
 Ab
 Fm
 Eb




VERSE 1
Cm
Ab
Eb
I stand be  fore You now
Cm
Ab
Eb
The greatness of Your re  nown
Cm
Ab
Eb
Bb
I have heard of the majesty and wonder of Yo
Grace To Grace
Words and Music by Joel Houston and Chris Davenport
CCLI Song # 7057218
2016 Hillsong Music Publishing
For use solely with the SongSelect. Terms of Use. All rights reserved. www.ccli.com
CCLI License # 2436906
Key 
Grace To Grace  2
What A Beautiful Name
Key  D
Ben Fielding  Brooke Ligertwood
Tempo  68  Time  4/4
VERSE 1
D
You were the Word at the beginning
G
Bm
A
One with God the Lord Most High
Bm
A/C#
D
Your hidden glory in
cre  ation
G
Bm
A
Now re  vealed in You our Christ
Econ 41 (Spring 2016)
Department of Economics, UCLA
Instructor: Denis Chetverikov
Practice Final Exam
The problems only have one correct answer among the choices a, b, c and d. For each problem,
you will get 1 credit if your choice is correct and 0 credit
Determining the most efficient technique to use when solving a Quadratic Equation
1) a x
2
+ bx + c = 0 and it can
be factored easily
2
2) a x + bx = 0
3) a x
4)
2
+c=0
(u)2 = d; (u) is a first degree
polynomial
2
5) a x + bx + c = 0 and it cannot
be fact
1) You are choosing between two long distance telephone plans. Plan A has a monthly
fee of $20 with a charge of $0.05 per minute for all longdistance calls. Plan B has a
monthly fee of $5 with a charge of $0.10 per minute for all longdistance calls. For
1.
=
9 x 2 dx
A)
D)
2
x 9 x 2 9 1 x
sin C
2
2
3
x 9 x
9
x
sin 1 C
2
2
3
B)
E)
2
9 x 2 9 1 x
sin C
2
2
3
x 9 x
9
x
sin C
2
2 3
C)
9 x 2 9 1 x
sin C
2
2
3
Ans: D
Section: 7.4
2.
0
=
ex
(Approximate answer to three decimal places.)
9 3e 2 x dx
1
A)
May 30, 2016
Week 1 Discussion 2
Question 2  Contingency Tables
Download the Excel file labeled for Discussion Question 2, week 1. This is a study of 1,000
inner city males and their levels of depression.
Week 1 Discussion Question 2  Excel (146.5 KB)
U
Professor Allen
BST322
June 1, 2016
Week 1 Assignment
1.
For each of the following (a through d), indicate which is a variable and which is a constant:
a.
The number of minutes in an hour. C
b.
Systolic blood pressure V
c.
Blood type C
d.
The number of da
May 30, 2016
Week One Discussion One:
Question 1  Analysis of Heart Rate
For fun a medical school professor once made a class of med students jump up and down for 1
minute and then measure their heart rate. Below are the values that were recorded:
136 14
NOTE: FOR QUESTIONS 4,12, AND 13 USE THE FOLLOWING FILE WHICH HAS BEEN
EMAILED TO YOU WITH THIS HINTS FILE
Week 2 Assignment Data_BB_final file to use for 4,12,and 13.xls
BST 322 Week 2 Assignment
What is the probability of rolling a four in the gambling
HOW SAFE IS YOUR CITY?
BY:
HYPOTHESIS
FINDINGS
Were we
RIGHT
OR
WRONG?
SAN DIEGO COUNTY
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Chula Vista
Colton
Encinitas
Escondido
Fontana
Hemet
La Jolla
Menifee
Moreno Valley
Murrieta
National City
Oceanside
Ontario
Perris
Pomona
Redlands
Riverside
Rancho Cucamonga
San Bernardino
San Diego
San Jacinto
San Marcos
Sun City
Temecula
Total
Me
Findings:
Through our research, we found that there appears to be a negative correlation between a
city's income level and their crime rate. As income increases, the percentage of crime rate
decreases; validating our hypothesis. With all of our research,
Statistics Research Project
Introduction: You will create a hypothesis about a correlation between any two quantitative
variables for which you collect data, either by a reference, or by your own sampling, surveying
and data collection. You will then anal