STT 315 Practice Problems I for Sections 1.1 - 3.7.
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Solve the problem.
1) Parking at a university
Stats Cheat Sheet
Review Stuf
Central Limit Theorem: If a random sample of n observations from a population with a normal
distribution the sampling distribution will be a normal.
Ex: if n>30 the sampl
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Geometry
Worksheet-Congruent Triangles III
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Label the drawing with the given information and state why the triangles are congruent. Use all eight
theorems (SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, HA, HL
Geometry Pre-AP
Chapter 10 Extra Practice
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1.
A triangular banner has an area of 315 in.2. A similar banner has sides 4/3 times as long as those of the
smaller banner. What is the ar
Sample Problems
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1. Given the isosceles trapezoid, find x.
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2. Find the perimeter of the isosceles trapezoid.
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3. The altitude BD to the base AC of isosceles ABC has a l
Trapezoid Study Guide
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A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel
sides. The parallel sides are called bases and the nonparallel
sides are called legs.
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WORKSHEET ON RIGHT TRIANGLES
1. Find the length of each altitude.
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Geometry
Worksheet 6.3 Parallelograms
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Are the following parallelograms? If yes, why? (use one of the five reasons from section 6.3) If no,
tell what else would be needed.
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2.
Geometry Worksheet
8.5 (Angles of Elevation & Depression)
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Draw a picture, write a trig ratio equation, rewrite the equation so that it is calculator ready and then
solve each proble
Geometry
Quadrilaterals from Midpoints
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Given: Quadrilateral ABCD
E, F, G, and H are the midpoints of
AB , BC , CD , and DA respectively.
1. Does EFGH look like a special kind of q
6-2 Notes: Properties of Parallelograms
Any four-sided polygon is called a quadrilateral. A segment joining any two
nonconsecutive vertices is called a diagonal. A special kind of quadrilateral in whi
Geometry
Worksheet Connecting Midpoints
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1. Only one of the lengths a, b, or c can be found. Name the segment and find its length.
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b
4
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2. The figure formed by connecting
Discussion 1
Chapters 1 & 2
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STT 315 - Lecture 3
Instructor: Aylin ALIN
04/02/2014
Midterm # 2
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* The exam is closed book and 80 minutes.
* You may use a calculator and the formula sheet that you
Statistics 13: Midterm 3
Test Form A
Instructions: Before you do anything, make sure your name, ID and your test form type (either
A, B, C or D) is on your scantron. You have until noon to nish this t
Statistics 13, Discussion 8:
Normal random variables
DISCUSSION PROBLEMS
1. Open for questions on anything from Discussion 8,
7 and 6. I would like to think of this as basically
another help session s
Statistics 13, Discussion 8:
Normal random variables
DISCUSSION PROBLEMS
1. Open for questions on anything from Discussion 8,
7 and 6. I would like to think of this as basically
another help session s
Statistics 13, Lab 7:
Odds and expected winnings
Binomial random variables
LAB PROBLEMS
1. (Level 1) Suppose the odds that it rains tomorrow
is 1:8. Your friend wants to bet you that it doesnt
rain an
Statistics 13, Lab 7:
Odds and expected winnings
Binomial random variables
LAB PROBLEMS
1. (Level 1) Suppose the odds that it rains tomorrow
is 1:8. Your friend wants to bet you that it doesnt
rain an
Statistics 13, Discussion 6:
Random variables
Probability distribution function
Expected value, variance and standard deviation
LAB PROBLEMS
We are asked to calculated P (x > 3). Using the complement
Statistics 13, Discussion 6:
Random variables
Probability distribution function
Expected value, variance and standard deviation
LAB PROBLEMS
3. Suppose x is a random variable with the following
probab