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16.1 There are no clear, strong patterns. The GPA/SATM plot suggests a slight positive association, but it is weakened by the two low SATM scores which do not follow the pattern.
3
GPA
4
3
GPA
4
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2
1
1
0
0
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15.1 (a) F*
3.68. (b) Not significant at either 10% or 5% (in fact, P
0.1166).
15.2 (a) Significant at 5%, but not at 1%. (b) Between 0.025 and 0.05 (P
0.0482).
15.3 F 10.57; P-value (for the two-sided alternat
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p
55
55
17.1 (a) For the high blood pressure group, p 3338 0.01648, giving odds 1 p 3283
0.01675,
or about 1 to 60. (If students give odds in the form a to b, their choices of a and b might be
different.)
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p
APStatistics
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Introduction
Welcome to Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics. This class is based on the curriculum set by AP Central and the
College Board. This class is a college or university level cour
Ch 7 and 8 Review questions
1. Of the coral reef species on the Great Barrier Reef off Australia, 73% are poisonous. If a tourist boat
taking divers to different points off the reef en- counters an average of 25 coral reef species, what are the
mean and s
Quiz 3.1A
AP Statistics
Name:
The table below shows the Mens 800 Meter Run World Records:
Year
Record
1905
1915
1925
1935
1945
1955
1965
1975
1985
1995
113.4
111.9
111.9
109.7
106.6
105.7
104.3
104.1
101.73*
101.73
* Sebastian Coe, GB, 1981
1. Is there an
Chapter 14
AP Statistics
Name:
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1.
Which of the following is NOT one of the basic assumptions that must be satisfied in order to
perform inference for regression of y on x?
(a) Fo
Quiz 9.1B
AP Statistics
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In items 13, classify each underlined number as a parameter or statistic. Give the appropriate notation
for each.
1. Forty-two percent of todays 15-year-old girls will get pregnant in their teens.
2. A 1993 survey conducted b
AP Economics Midterm Questions
Here is a sample of the kinds of questions you will find on the midterm exam. These are the
questions written by YOU the students.
1. If the average household income rises and we observe that the demand for pork chops
increa
STATISTICS CH 13
SECTION I
Time 22.5 minutes
Number of Questions 10
Percent of total grade 50
Directions: Solve each of the following problems, using the available space for the scratchwork. Decide
which is the best of the choices given and fill in the co
Applied Mathematics Regents Exam Questions (Living Environment) Line Graphs
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As part of an experiment, the heart rate of a person at rest was measured every hour
for 7 hours. The data are shown in the table below.
Applied Math
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1
Base your answers on tide table, which shows the times of high and low tides for
Hopewell Cape for August 21 and 22, 2005.
On the grid below, plot with an
AP CALCULUS (BC)
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Outline - Chapter 2 - Limits and Continuity
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The limit is one of the signature concepts of calculus. It separates elementary function analysis
from higher mathematics (such as calculus). The process of finding a limit is the
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Later we deri
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of a functions graph (including where the function increases/decreases, inflection
po
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instantaneous rate of change of a quantity with respect to an independent variable. Historically
t
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i.
ii.
Meth
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Page 531 and 532: Examples 1 and 2
3) Determining the Sec