Chapter 1: Methods and Measurement
The Discovery Process
In the scientific world of controlled experiments, chance is seldom
acknowledged as a contributing factor in important discoveries. There are,
however, rare exceptions. In 1945 three men shared the
Stats: Modeling the World - Bock, Velleman, & De Veawc
Chapter 17: Probability Models
Key Vocabulary:
- Bernoulli trials
- Geometric model
- Binomial model
Calculator Skills: ' geometpd - binompdf(
- geometcdf( - binomcdf(
1. List three ch
AP STATISTICS
Unit IV Review
Name_
Date_
1.
A fair coin has come up heads 10 times in a row. The probability that the coin will
come up heads on the next flip is
A) less than 50%, since tails is due to come up.
B) 50%.
C) greater than 50%, since it appear
CHAPTER 8 REVIEW
46) Bob did not study for his multiple choice statistics test. Every problem has 5 options and he is
guessing at random. There are 23 problems on the test. Assume he does this for every test. Define
success to be he gets it right and fail
Macbeth Act 2 Questions
Act 2, scene 1
1. Why cant Banquo sleep? What does this indicate to us?
2. What does Macbeth see at the beginning of his soliloquy?
3. Explain what Macbeth means when he says, It is the bloody business which informs / Thus to mine
13.4 Practice Problems
PV = nRT
P = pressure in atm
V = volume in L
Name_
R = 0.0821 atm-L/mol-K
n = moles
T = temperature in Kelvin
1) What volume would be occupied by 100 g of oxygen gas at a pressure of 1.50 atm and a temperature of
25oC?
2) An air-fil
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Chapter 16 Reading Guide
Random Variable
What is an Actuary?
Expected Value: Center
What is the difference between a discrete random variable and a continuous
random variable?
What is a probability model?
What is the notation for the expected value (or me