NAME: _ TEST FIVE PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS, 9C JUNE 11, 2007
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For the following ten (10) questions, identify the type of test that should be used. Simply use the corresponding letter: A) One-sample z test (for a mean) or a one-sample t-tes

NAME: _ TEST 4 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS MAY 25, 2007
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1-3. Thirty free points right of the bat. Don't squander the extra time this gives you. You can still cross off three questions. For the following three questions, the dependent variabl

NAME: _ TEST THREE PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS, 9C MAY 11, 2007 1. Why is it that even though
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should conceptually equal zero when the null hypothesis is true, it in fact, on average, doesn't.
2-3. (Changing someone's question quite a bit)

NAME: _ TEST PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS APRIL 13, 2007
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1-2 (Two questions Twenty points) There are two variables, shoe size (X) and neck size (Y). What is the correlation coefficient? The standard deviations of X and Y are 6 and 5. X 3 7 1

NAME: _ TEST PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS, 9C APRIL 27, 2007
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1-2. (two-questions twenty points) Calculate Spearman's rho for the following data. Reminder: You'll need to order it first.
HT 68 72 70 66 62 64
WT 180 170 150 140 120 160
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