IST 220 Review Sheet for Final Exam
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OSI model and TCP/IP protocols
A. Function of each layer
1. PDUs: payload (data), segments, packet, frame, bits
2. Encapsulation vs decapsulation
a. Protocols on each layer:
1. FTP, Telnet, SMTP, DNS, HTTP, SNMP, POP
The goal of a literature review is as follows;
1. To acquire knowledge from other researchers or academician and kindle fresh thoughts to
similar studies.
This simply implies that writers or researchers can gain knowledge and ideas on works of others. Thi
"Where are you for the Seder?" I was asked more than once in the period before Passover.
Two weeks before the holiday, which brings the spring, all Israeli students are off from
school, and at my home we would start hectic preparations for the holiday. Th
Module 4 Additional Information
The Nature and Tools of Research
Research is:
A systematic process of
Collecting
Analyzing
Interpreting information (data)
Goal: increase understanding of a
phenomenon about which we are
interested or concerned
Researc
Chapter 3 .
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MULTIPLECHOICE QUESTIONS
1. Which of the following displays is best suited
for categorical data?
(A) box plot
(B) bar graph
(C) stem and leaf plot
(D) dot plot
(E) scatterplot
2. A bivariate set of data relates the amount of
an
Quiz 7.2A
AP Statistics
Name:
1. According to the 2000 U.S. Census, 80% of Americans over the age of 25 have earned a high
school diploma. Suppose we take a random sample of 120 Americans and record the proportion,
p , of individuals in our sample that ha
Quiz 1.3A
AP Statistics
Name:
1. How much oil wells in a given field will ultimately produce is crucial information in deciding
whether to drill more wells. Here are the estimated total amounts of oil recovered from 38 wells in
the Devonian Richmond Dolom
Chapter 1: Expioring Data 15
apter 1 Multiple Choice Practice
Directions. identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. Check your
were and note your performance when you are nished.
"you measure the age (years), weigh
Quiz 7.1A
AP Statistics
Name:
1. For each description below, identify each underlined number as a parameter or statistic. Use
appropriate notation to describe each number, e.g., p = 0.96 .
(a) A 1993 survey conducted by the Richmond Times-Dispatch one wee
Quit; 12A AP Statistics Name:
1. Literary scholars sometimes use the distribution of word lengths in a work as a test of authenticity.
Here are the word lengths for the first 25 words on a randomlyselected page from Toni Morrisons
Song ofSoiomen.
(b) De
Unit 6
The Common Sense Unit
Chapters 15 & 16 for extra help.
Market Failures & the Government
Public Goods - a result of market failures. A
company will not provide a pure public good
since they cannot earn a profit.
Free Rider Problem:
1. Non-Exclusion
Name: _
Practice
Graphing & Analyzing Data
1). What Do Teens Post?
Here are the percentages of 12- to 17-year-olds who post various types of personal information
on their social media profiles, according to the Pew Internet Parent/Teen Privacy Survey in 2
CHAPTER 1
Exploring Data
1.3
Describing
Quantitative Data with
Numbers
The Practice of Statistics, 5th Edition
Starnes, Tabor, Yates, Moore
Bedford Freeman Worth Publishers
Describing Quantitative Data with Numbers
Learning Objectives
After this section,
CHAPTER 1
Exploring Data
1.2
Displaying
Quantitative Data with
Graphs
The Practice of Statistics, 5th Edition
Starnes, Tabor, Yates, Moore
Bedford Freeman Worth Publishers
Displaying Quantitative Data with Graphs
Learning Objectives
After this section, yo
Chapter 5 . I
I I. I _ .
MULTIPLECHOICE QUESTIONS
1. If three people, Joe, Betsy, and Sue, play a game
in which Joe has a 25% chance of Winning and
Betsy has a 40% chance of winning, What is the
probability that Sue will Win?
(A) 25%
(B) 35%
(C) 40%
(D) 6
CHAPTER 1
Exploring Data
1.1
Analyzing Categorical
Data
The Practice of Statistics, 5th Edition
Starnes, Tabor, Yates, Moore
Bedford Freeman Worth Publishers
Analyzing Categorical Data
Learning Objectives
After this section, you should be able to:
DISPLA
AP Statistics
Section 1.2
Name _ Date _ Pd:_
Frozen Pizza
Here are the number of calories per serving for 16 brands of frozen cheese pizza, Create a dotplot of the data.
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Chapter 6: Random Variables. . 117
_-_-_' chapter 6 Multiple Choice Practice
Directions. identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. Check your answers
and note your performance when you are nished.
1, A marketing survey
Quiz 6.3A
AP Statistics
Name:
1. Determine whether each random variable described below satisfies the conditions for a binomial
setting, a geometric setting, or neither. Support your conclusion in each case.
(a) Suppose that one of every 100 people in a l
Quiz 1.1A
AP Statistics
Name:
1. Below is some information about the tallest buildings in the world (completed by 2012).
Building
Burj Khalifa
Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel
Taipei 101
Shanghai World Financial Center
International Comm
Chapter 3: Notes
Section 3.1:
Response Variable: Variable that measures an outcome of a study.
Explanatory Variable: Variable that may help explain or predict changes in a response variable.
Scatterplot: Shows the relationship between two quantitative var
Chapter 5: Notes
Section 5.1:
Law of Large Numbers: As the number of trials approaches infinity, the average experimental
probability of a chance process approaches the expected.
Probability: The proportion of times the outcome would occur in a long serie
Chapter 7: Notes
Section 7.1:
Parameter: is a number that describes some characteristic of the population
Statistic: is a number that describes some characteristic of a sample.
Sampling Variability: the value of a statistic varies in repeated random sampl
AP Statistics
Chapter $ore review Date:
Name:
.Answer true or false to the following questions.
1. As the sample size taken gets larger, the standard error of the sampling distribution of the
sample mean gets smaller.
2. The Central Limit Theorem gua
Chapter 2
MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS
Choose the best answer of those listed.
Use the following data for questions 15.
A survey was conducted to gather ratings of the
quality of service at local restaurants at a nearby
mall. Respondents were to rate overa
Name: Practice #5
Applying Probabilities
1). Each of four boxes contains 3 red and 7 biue v u E m
marbles. If one marbie is selected randomly from
each of the four jars, find the probability that:
a). exactly two of the marbles are red. b). exactly tw
Chapter 1 FRAPPY!
Scoring Guidelines
Intent of the question The primary goals of this question are to assess a students ability to: (1)
calculate one value in a conditional distribution; (2) make an appropriate graph to compare two
conditional distributio