STATISTICS CHAPTER 5 TEST
Name
1. A discrete random variable is a random variable that:
a. is derived from a random population
c. can assume any value in one or more intervals
b. is determined by random probability
d. consists of countable values
2. Which

Elementary Statistics Chapter 5 Test - Form A
Name:_ Course Number: _ Section Number: _
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) Replacement times for T.V. sets

Chapter 5 Notes
1. If a law enforcement officer stops a vehicle for a violation and finds a front
seat passenger, 17 years of age or younger not wearing a safety belt, who will be
charged with the seat belt violation? (See section 5.9) THE DRIVER!
2. To w

STATISTICS CHAPTER 5 TEST
Name
1. A discrete random variable is a random variable that:
a. is derived from a random population
c. can assume any value in one or more intervals
b. is determined by random probability
d. consists of countable values
2. Which

STATISTICS CHAPTER 6 TEST
Name:
1. A continuous random variable is a random variable that can assume:
a. only countable values
c. any value in one or more intervals
b. only discrete frequencies
d. no continuous random frequency
2. For a continuous random

STATISTICS CHAPTER 7 TEST
Name:
1. A population contains eight members. The total number of samples of size 3 that can be drawn
(without replacement) from this population is:
a. 40,320
b. 56
c. 6
d. 210
2. The sampling error is defined as:
a. an error tha

Elementary Statistics Chapter 4 Test - Form B
Name:_ Course Number: _ Section Number: _
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) List the four requirements for a

Elementary Statistics Chapter 4 Test - Form C
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SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) Identify each of the variables i

Elementary Statistics Chapter 4 Test - Form A Name:_ Course Number:
_ Section Number: _
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the
question. Is the study experimental or observational?
1) A stock analyst o

Elementary Statistics Chapter 5 Test - Form B
Name:_ Course Number: _ Section Number: _
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) Consider the uniform distributio

Elementary Statistics Chapter 5 Test - Form C
Name:_ Course Number: _ Section Number: _
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) Lengths of pregnancies are norma

Elementary Statistics Chapter 6 Test - Form A
Name:_ Course Number: _ Section Number: _
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) Define margin of error. Explain

Elementary Statistics Chapter 6 Test - Form C
Name:_ Course Number: _ Section Number: _
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) How do you determine whether to

Elementary Statistics Chapter 6 Test - Form B
Name:_ Course Number: _ Section Number: _
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) Give two reasons the sample mean

Elementary Statistics
Review Problems for Exam 2 (Please show work)
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the
question.
Solve the problem. Round results to the nearest hundredth.
1) The mean of a se

STATISTICS 2023
PRINT NAME CLEARLY IN INK_
EXAM THREE
SIGNATURE IN INK_
SPRING 2012
CWID IN
INK_
RETAIN THIS EXAM FOR GRADE VERIFICATION ONCE RETURNED TO YOU.
TRUE OR FALSE. Answer with a capital T or F.
(3 points each)
_ 1. The p-value of a hypothesis te

STATISTICS CHAPTER 5 TEST
Name
1. A discrete random variable is a random variable that:
a. is derived from a random population
c. can assume any value in one or more intervals
b. is determined by random probability
d. consists of countable values
2. Which

CHAPTER 4 NOTES
1. What would happened to a person that did not stop to give help when the
vehicle they are driving is involved in a crash causing death or personal injury?
(See section 4.1) REVOKED.
2. How many points are assessed for a texting while dri

Area under the Normal Curve with TI-84 and Excel
Example problem
The picture
TI-84 solution
Excel solution
0.91465 =NORMSDIST(1.3
7 7)
P( z <1.37)
Find the area under the normal
curve to the left of
z=1.37 .
Answer:
Area = 0.9147
Probability = 0.9147 or 9

TI-84 Plus and
TI-84 Plus Silver Edition
Guidebook
Note: This guidebook for the TI-84 Plus or TI-84 Plus Silver Edition with operating system (OS)
version 2.53MP. If your calculator has a previous OS version, your screens may look different
and some featu

Name:_
Statistics: Homework 2
Circle the correct answer to each multiple choice question below.
1. In 2009 the interest category for 12% of all new magazines was sports. 12% is a statistic.
a) True
b) False
2. The volume of blood drawn for a blood test is

Name:_
Statistics: Homework 6
Circle the correct answer to each multiple choice question below.
1. The amount of snow (in inches) that fell in Alaska last winter is an example of a discrete random
variable.
a) True
b) False
2. Is the following a probabili

Name:_
Statistics: Homework 2
Circle the correct answer to each multiple choice question below.
1. In 2009 the interest category for 12% of all new magazines was sports. 12% is a statistic.
a) True
b) False
2. The volume of blood drawn for a blood test is

Name:_
Statistics: Homework 3
Circle the correct answer to each multiple choice question below.
1. The median is the measure of central tendency most likely to be affected by an extreme value (an
outlier).
a) True
b) False
2. A data set can have more than

Statistical Modeling with the TI-83 Calculator
NOTE: Follow instructions from left to right by rows.
2nd 0 [CATALOG]
x-1 [D]
Down Arrow to
DiagnosticOn
ENTER
ENTER
STAT
1:Edit
ENTER
Highlight L1
(Use arrows to
move to L1.)
CLEAR and Down Arrow
Repeat proc

Use of TI-83 Calculator to Compute
Binomial Probability Distribution Values
Example (TI-83): First, we will find 5 factorial.
To find 5! using the
TI-83 calculator,
enter 5, press MATH,
PRB, 4:!,
ENTER.
We get the answer 120.
So 5! = 120.
Example (TI-83):

STATISTICS 2023
PRINT NAME CLEARLY IN INK_
EXAM THREE
SIGNATURE IN INK_
SPRING 2012
CWID IN
INK_
RETAIN THIS EXAM FOR GRADE VERIFICATION ONCE RETURNED TO YOU.
TRUE OR FALSE. Answer with a capital T or F.
(3 points each)
_ 1. The p-value of a hypothesis te

STATISTICS CHAPTER 6 TEST
Name:
1. A continuous random variable is a random variable that can assume:
a. only countable values
c. any value in one or more intervals
b. only discrete frequencies
d. no continuous random frequency
2. For a continuous random

STATISTICS CHAPTER 7 TEST
Name:
1. A population contains eight members. The total number of samples of size 3 that can be drawn
(without replacement) from this population is:
a. 40,320
b. 56
c. 6
d. 210
2. The sampling error is defined as:
a. an error tha

STATISTICS CHAPTER 5 TEST
Name
1. A discrete random variable is a random variable that:
a. is derived from a random population
c. can assume any value in one or more intervals
b. is determined by random probability
d. consists of countable values
2. Which