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Statistics 13A, Fall 2010, Final Exam, Version B
Instructions:
I 2 hours, closed book
0 two letter-sized (double-sided) "cheat-sheets, hand
held calculator and scrap paper are allowed
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Statistics 13A, Fall 2010, Midterm III Version A
(b) P(X = a or b) = 0
Instructions:
(c) P(X b) = P(X < b)
45 minutes, closed book midterm
(d) P(a < X < b) = P(X b) P(X a)
one letter-sized (double-s
Statistics 13B, Fall 2012, Practice Midterm II Version A
Instructions:
4. Refer to Problem 3, what is the probability of getting
exactly three heads?
45 minutes, closed book midterm
(a)
one letter-s
Statistics 13B, Fall 2012, Practice Midterm II Version A
Instructions:
5. A fair die is tossed twice and event A= the sum of
two tosses equals to 7, event B= the rst toss is 3.
Which of the following
Statistics 13B, Fall 2012, Midterm I, October 19, 5:10pm to 5:55pm, Version B
Class (in lbs.)
6.5 to less than 7.0
7.0 to less than 7.5
7.5 to less than 8.0
8.0 to less than 8.5
8.5 to less than 9.0
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Statistics 13A, Fall 2012, Practice Midterm I Version A (typos corrected)
Instructions:
4. Refer to Problem 3. The histogram of the weights of
trouts is
45 minutes, closed book midterm
(a) bimodal
o
Statistics 13B, Fall 2012, Midterm I, October 19, 5:10pm to 5:55pm, Version A
Class (in lbs.)
6.5 to less than 7.0
7.0 to less than 7.5
7.5 to less than 8.0
8.0 to less than 8.5
8.5 to less than 9.0
9
Statistics 13A, Fall 2011, Midterm III Version A
Instructions:
(e) All of the above
45 minutes, closed book midterm
answer: e
one letter-sized (double-sided) cheat-sheet, hand
held calculator and sc
Statistics 13A, Fall 2011, Practice Midterm III Version A
Instructions:
3. Suppose Z is the standard normal random variable,
what is P(Z > 1.35)? (choose the closest answer)
45 minutes, closed book m
Statistics 13A, Fall 2012, Practice Midterm I Version A (typos corrected)
Instructions:
4. Refer to Problem 3. The histogram of the weights of
trouts is
45 minutes, closed book midterm
(a) bimodal
o
Statistics 13A, Fall 2011, Some Sample Questions for Lectures 21-26
1. In order to estimate the average number of miles
that students who live off-campus commute to
classes every day, the following st