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A tire company nds the lifespan for one brand of its tires is normally distributed with a mean of 47,500
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_ 23. The average number of pounds of red meat a person consumes each year is 196 with a standard
m. devuatlon of 22 pounds (Source: American Dietetic Association)
6.1: Confidence Intervals for the Mean ( Known)
Learning Objectives in 6.1
Definitions of point estimate ( x ), interval estimate, level of confidence, margin of
error (E) and sampling error.
How to
a
Select the most appropriate graph.
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E - If X is a normal random variable with a mean of 20 and standard deviation of 2, which of the following
could be the graph of the distribution of X?
(C) "
Find the indicated probability.
& 13. An airline knows from experience that the distribution of the number of suitcases that get lost each
week on a_ certain route is approximately normal with p = 15.
Select the most appropriate response
The C '
E 20- entral LImIt Theorem may be used to conclude that the sampling distribution of means for any
population IS approxumately normal provided that"
a) th
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geasurements, or responses) are obtained.
sutcome: The result of a single trial in a probability experiment.
ample Space: The set of all possible outcomes of a probability experiment.
Equally Likely:
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4. - -
St: Probability Distribution B~(n.P)
dent Learning Objectives
Distin ' -
eterrSiliJIShnbetween discrete random variables and continuous random variables
Const ne ifa distribution is a probabi
The Multiplication Rule AND
Conditional Probability ed-
The probability of an event occurring, given that another event has already occu
De"ted P(B I A) (read probability of B, given A)
Independent ev
3.4 Additional Topics
Factorial
n! = n-(n 1)-(n - 2)-(n - 3)- - '3'2 '1
Example: Find 6!
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Permutation of n objects taken rat a time
The number of different permutations
2"dlDistributionlbinompdf(n,p,k)
n=sample size, p=probability of success
Binomial P(X = k) P(X s k)=
Distribution binompdf(n,p,k) binomcdf(n,p,k)
Ex: What is the Ex: What is the
probability of probabi
4-2 Binomial Distributions
:29 Qinomial Probability Distribution
e blnomial probability distribution is very important in our work. This is the only
discrete probability distribution we will study in
The random
distrib variable X must represent a discrete random variable if the probability
ution is to be a discrete probability distribution.
Example 3: o
SuDpose that
the number 0
oes this table des
The random variable X must represent a discrete random variable if the probability
dlstribution is to be a discrete probability distribution.
EXample 3: Does this table describe a discrete probability
ReQUirements for a Probability Distribution
300 = 1 (That is, the sum of all probabilities must be 1.)
S P(X) s 1 for every individual value of x. (That is, each probability value must be
Graph of t
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Module 5 Quiz (solutions)
1
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Sample 1: The scores of 10 students who took the ACT
Sample 2: The scores of 10 different students who took the SAT
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Module 2 Quiz (Solutions)
Select the most appropriate resPonse.
1'
What is the set of all possible outcomes of a probability experiment?
a) compliment
b) Venn diagram
c) sample space
d) events
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2.
a)
uiz (Solutions
Select the most appropriate response.
A1
Which of the following correctly describes the relationship between a parameter and a statistic?
a)
b)
c)
d)
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A statistic is calculated from