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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 6 TEST
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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 5 TEST
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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 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
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?
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CHAPTER 3 NOTES.
1. What is the minimum age to obtain a Florida Learners License? (See section
3.1)
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2. What is the minimum age to obtain a Florida Class E License? (See section 3.2)
Be at least 16 years old.
3. If you failed to
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
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