Confidence Interval Unit Review Answer Key
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.) C
2.) B
3.) C
4.) B
5.) C
6.) D
7.) C
8.) A
9.) B
10.) A
11.) C
12.) D
13.) C
14.) C
15.) A
16.) B
17.) D
18.) B
19.) A
20.) C
21.) D
22.) D
23.) A
24.) E
25.) E
26.) D
Confidence Interval Rev
AP Stat Review Answer Key
Part I
1.) C
2.) C
3.) A
4.) D
5.) B
6.) B
7.) D
8.) A
9.) A
10.) B
11.) B
12.) B
13.) A
14.) B
15.) C
16.) C
17.) d.f. = 81 Use calculator 24.5 t c
2.3
(23.995, 25.005)
82
8
18.) d.f. = 13 tc = 2.650
192 2.650
19.) d.f. = 14 tc
HYPOTHESIS TESTING
NAME:_
In our previous unit, we considered situations in which the primary goal was to estimate the unknown value of
some population characteristic. Sample data may also be used to d ecide whether some claim or hypothesis about
a popula
HYPOTHESIS TESTING
NAME:_
In our previous unit, we considered situations in which the primary goal was to estimate the unknown value of
some population characteristic. Sample data may also be used to d ecide whether some claim or hypothesis about
a popula
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AP Statistics Confidence Intervals The Rest of Them For Now
Confidence Interval for the Difference in Proportions
There are times when we are concerned about the difference between parameters of two different
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Name_ Date_
AP Statistics Confidence Intervals The Rest of Them For Now
Confidence Interval for the Difference in Proportions
There are times when we are concerned about the difference between parameters of two different
populations. For example: Males an
Name_ Date_
AP Statistics Confidence Intervals The Rest of Them For Now
Confidence Interval for the Difference in Proportions
There are times when we are concerned about the difference between parameters of two different
populations. For example: Males an
Name_ Date_
AP Statistics Confidence Intervals The Rest of Them For Now
Confidence Interval for the Difference in Proportions
There are times when we are concerned about the difference between parameters of two different
populations. For example: Males an
Name: _ Date_
AP STAT - CONFIDENCE INTERVALS PACKET #1
Introduction to Confidence Intervals
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