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Chapter 3-Section 3.3
Worksheet 2
Least-Squares Regression Line And Correlation
Consider the ve graphs below. Match each of the five scatter plots to the description of its regression
line and correlation coefficient. The scales on
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Chapter 3-Section 3.3
Worksheet 1
Least-Squares Regression Line (LSRL)
1.
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Use the data given below to predict the yield of grain (in bushels per acre) as a linear function of
the amount of fertilizer applied (in pounds per acre).
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Chapter 2
Worksheet 1
Normal Distributions
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1.
The Grear Tire Company has just developed a new steel-belted radial tire that will be sold through
a national chain of discount stores. From road tests with the tires, it is found that tire m
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Chapter 2 Date Period
Review Teacher
Do the following problem. Be organized in writing out your solution to each of the following problems.
1. In poor countries, the growth of children can be an indicator of general levels of nutrition
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Activity Hypothetical Exam Scores
Presented below are dotplots of distributions of (hypothetical) exam scores
for twelve different classes. The questions following them will lead you to
compile a checklist of important
M419 AP Statistics
Chapter 1
Day
Topic
Defining Variables, Bar Graphs and Pie Charts,
Simpsons Paradox
Important Problems
p. 7 3, 7, 8
p. 22 9-11, 16, 26, 27-32, 35
Drawing Dotplots and Stem and Leaf Plots
Describing Distributions
Activity 1.0
Making Freq
M419 AP Stats Name
Chapter 2
Worksheet 2-Questions from Barrons Statistics Review
Multiple-Choice
Questions . _ . .
Directions: The questions or Incomplete statements that follow are
each followed by ve suggested answers or completions. Choose the
respons
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Chapter 2 Day 2
Standard Normal Distribution-Day 2
1. Use Table A to nd the proportion of observations from a standard normal distribution
that satises each of the following. In each case sketch a standard normal curve and shade
the area that
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Project part-2
H0:u>(great than)5000and Ha: u < 50000; =0.05
One-Sample Z: Income ($1000)
The assumed standard deviation = 14.55
Variable
Income ($1000)
N
50
Mean
43.74
StDev
14.64
SE Mean
2.06
95% Upper
Bound
47.12
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