Elementary Statistics
Exam #3
April 21, 2010
Spring 2010
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1-11) Multiple Choice 6 points each
1) Consider a right-tailed test with n = 8 and test statistic t = 2.142. If Table A-3 is used to find
the
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MAT145 Elementary Statistics
Spring 2011 Exam I
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011
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1) A survey of 48 major universities asked what percentage of incoming freshman usually graduate in 4
years. The data has the following summary statistics:
| % on tim
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MAT145 Elementary Statistics
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Wednesday, March 21, 2012
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MAT145 Elementary Statistics
Spring 2011 Exam III
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Wednesday, April 20, 2011
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Elementary Statistics
Exam #3
April 21, 2010
Spring 2010
Name_
Answers to questions 1-11 go on the Scantron sheet
1-11) Multiple Choice 6 points each
1) Consider a right-tailed test with n = 8 and test statistic t = 2.142. If Table A-3 is used to find
the
Elementary Statistics
Homework # 11 Solutions
Section 6-2 pgs. 269-272: #21-24, 30-31
Fall 2010
Section 6-3 pgs. 281-283: #9-12, 21-24
On Blackboard there are graded assignments A thru F. Assignment A involves sample size calculations for
proportions. Ass
Elementary Statistics
Homework # 16 Solutions
Section 8-4 pgs. 405-406: #5a, 6a, 7a, 8b, 9b
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8b
9b
Section 10-3 pgs. 515-519: #7-14
1) A randomized trial is run to compare two competing medications for peripheral vascular disease. The
One of th
Step 1: State null and alternative hypotheses
Define the variable(s) you are using
Make sure the alternative
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reflects the language in the problem
Make sure the hypotheses DO NOT include statements about the sample
data
Step 2: Compute the test st
Elementary Statistics
Homework # 10 Solutions
Section 6-2 pgs. 269-272: #17-20, 27-29, 32-36
Spring 2011
On Blackboard there are graded assignments A thru I. Assignments A, C, E and G involve numerical
computations for confidence intervals. Assignments B,
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MAT145 Elementary Statistics
Spring 2011 Exam I
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011
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MAT145 Elementary Statistics
Spring 2011 Exam III
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Wednesday, April 20, 2011
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Elementary Statistics
Homework # 3 Solutions
Section 2-6 pgs. 74-76: #1-22
Spring 2011
On Blackboard there are assignments A-F from topics in textbook Sections 2-5 and 2-6.
Compute, by hand, the standard deviation of: 3, 7, 11, 12, 16, 17
x = (3+7+11+12+1
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You should have read textbook Section 2-2 Frequency Distributions as background for
instruction to follow. Given a frequency distribution, you will need to know how to construct
a relative frequency distribution and a cumulative frequency distribution. Yo
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MAT145 Elementary Statistics
Spring 2012 Exam III
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Friday April 20, 2012
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Elementary Statistics
Homework #4 Solutions
Fall 2010
Blackboard
1 - 2) The University of Miami Hurricanes have been among the more successful teams in college
football. Below, sorted from smallest to largest, are the weights in pounds of linemen on the 2
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MAT145 Elementary Statistics
Spring 2012 Exam I
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Wednesday, February 15, 2012
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For each of these two problems sketch a box-plot using the line with the units indicated
1) A survey of 48 major universities asked what percentage of incoming freshman usually graduate in 4
years. The data has the following summary statistics:
| % on tim
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
MAT145 Elementary Statistics
Spring 2010 Exam II
Professor M. Racz
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
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Elementary Statistics
Homework # 12 Solutions
Section 6-3 pgs. 281-284: #13-16, 25-26
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Section 6-4 pgs. 294-297: #1-10, 13-22
1) Software analysis of the salaries of a random sample of 288 Nevada teachers produced the confidence
interval shown
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Directions: There are 33 multiple choice problems, 3 points each, in the test. I
Elementary Statistics
Homework # 5
Section 3-2 pgs. 99-101: #6-11, 14-16
Fall 2010
Section 3-3 pgs. 107-109: #3-22
Section 3-4 pgs. 115-117: #3-16
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Section 3-5 pgs. 125-126: #7-20
5) You bought a new set of four tires from a manufacturer that
just announ
I am going to run a 10K race. For my age group the data suggests finishing times are
normally distributed with a mean of 58 minutes and a standard deviation of 12 minutes.
I want to find somebody to partner with for the race. I would like to find somebody
Elementary Statistics
Homework # 10 Solutions
Section 6-2 pgs. 269-272: #17-20, 27-29, 32-36
Fall 2010
On Blackboard there are graded assignments A thru I. Assignments A, C, E and G involve numerical
computations for confidence intervals. Assignments B, D
Elementary Statistics
Homework # 18 Solutions
Fall 2010
1) An educator wants to see how the number of absences for any student in her class is related to the
students final grade. The data obtained from a sample (in the file Absences and Final Grades.xlsx
Elementary Statistics
Homework # 8 Solutions
Section 5-3 pgs. 210-212: #1-18
Fall 2010
On Blackboard there are graded assignments A thru C. Assignments A and B are problems selected from
the textbook. Assignment C contains additional questions dealing wit