Normal Distrubtions
Know how to find the probability of an event occurring or the percentage of time that an event will occur of a long period of time ( > )
or ( < < ), (08b, 5b; 06, 3a; 06b, 3a; 05b, 6b; 04b, 3a, 03, 3ab)
A box of candy is known to have

Chapter 9
What does it mean to be considered a biased or unbiased estimator? (08b, 2; M7, 33)
Four different statistics have been proposed as estimators of a population parameter. To investigate the behavior
of these estimators, 500 random samples are sel

ONE SAMPLE/PAIRED T-INTERVAL
A local restaurant is trying to determine if they can raise their prices by looking at the incomes of the people in
the community. They chose 7 people at random from the community and found their incomes, which are listed
belo

Organizing Categorical Data
Know how to create a graphical representation of data with two variables (data in a two way table), (10, 6a; 09, 1a). Know
how to describe differences in categorical data? (10, 6b; 09, 1b)
A simple random sample of 100 high sch

Know the difference between an experiment and an observational study, (13, 5a; 11b, 2a; 07, 5a; 03b, 3a; M2, 1)
In an experiment someone is implementing change in the environment. If I were testing the relationship
between a special diet and heart disease