INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS
PRACTICE FINAL EXAMINATION
Fall 2008
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I. Matching (4 Points Each)
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Correct Decision
Region of Rejection
Simple Random Sample
Central Limit Theorem
Level of Significance
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Test Statistic
One-Tailed Test
Alterna
PRACTICE EXAMINATION #2
FALL 2008
FORM B
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Part I.
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Matching (2 Points Each)
discrete
mutually exclusive
classical
S = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
independent
probability
expected value
continuous
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INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS
EXAMINATION 3
FALL 2006
Form A
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INSTRUCTIONS:
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You may use only a calculator, pencils and pens.
All other materials will be provided.
You will be given no more than 120 minutes the complete the exam.
Please re
Introductory Statistics
Practice Final Exam
Form C
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Part I. Short Answer (6 Points Each)
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What is the critical value of t for a two-tailed test with a null hypothesis = 25, = .05
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What is the critical value of t for an alternati
For atwo-tailed test, which is what you almost always should use, thenull
hypothesisis that the number of observations
in each category is equal to that predicted by a biological theory, and the
alternative hypothesis is that the observed
data are differe