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Fall 2010
Chapter 8
Math 54
Dr. McGraw
1. A recent General Social Survey asked, During the last year, did anyone take something
from you by using force such as a stick up, mugging, or threat? Of 987 subjects, 17
answered yes and 970 answered no.
a.
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Fal1 2020
Chapter 11 questions
Math 54
Dr. McGraw
1. Does a pollsters gender have an effect on poll responses by men? A U.S. News and
World Report article about polls stated: On sensitive issues, people tend to give
acceptable rather than honest res
Practice Test 5
AP Statistics
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Directions: Work on these sheets. A random digit table is provided separately.
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1.
What do we call a sample that consists of the entire populat
Homework 1
1.When you give the wagon a sharp pull forward, the force of friction between the wagon and the child acts on the child to move
her forward. But the force of friction acts at the contact point between the child and the wagonwe assume the child
Chapter 5 Test Review
AP Statistics
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Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1. The following numbers appear in a table of random digits:
38683 50279 38224 09844 13578 28251 12708 24684
A scientist will be m
AP Stats Ch. 5 FR
1. Bias is present in each of the following two sampling designs. In each case, identify the type of bias
involved and state whether you think the sample result obtained is lower or higher than the actual
population parameter.
(a) A poli
Elementary Statistics - Math 54/Fall 2013
MW 8:00-10:05 (Section 2713) MC 67, TTH 8:00-10:05 (Scholars Section 2714) MC 67
Prerequisite: Completion of Intermediate Algebra (Math 20), or equivalent, with a
grade of C or better
Instructor: Dr. McGraw Office
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Chapter 10 examples
1. A researcher predicts that the percentage of people who do no watch TV is higher now
than before the advent of the Internet. Let the p1 denote the population proportion of
American adults in 1975 who reported watching no TV. L
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Chapter 10 examples
1. Among 734 randomly selected Internet users, it was found that 340 of them use the
Internet for making travel plans (based on data from a Gallup poll). Use a 0.01
significance level to test the claim that among Internet users,
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Chapter 10 examples
1. Among 734 randomly selected Internet users, it was found that 340 of them use the
Internet for making travel plans (based on data from a Gallup poll). Use a 0.01
significance level to test the claim that among Internet users,