Chapter 4
1. What is culture?

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The total pattern of human behavior and its products,
embodied in thought, speech, action, and artifacts
What is Socialization?
 The process th
Chapter 10
1. Why religion has existed in all societies?
a. Religion has promised life beyond death and helps find
purpose and satisfaction in life.
2. What role has religion played in the development
Chapter 3
1. What was the Age of Agriculture?
 A period beginning 11,00 years ago and characterized at
first by the storing of wild crops and then by the
cultivation of land, domestication of animals
Chapter 11
1. What is the role of education in modern society?
a. There is so much to learn that any one person can
acquire only a very small part of the total mileage
2. How much did the United State
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Chapter 5
1. Why is Geography important to social science?
 Because it focuses on the spatial interaction of human
beings with each other and with their physical
environment
2. What is Demog
Chapter 9
1. Why is the family the most important institution in shaping our
personalities?
a. Because within the family we are initially socialized
2. What are the variations in family pattern?
a. Mo
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Chapter 6
Define technology? Why technology is important for social and cultural
change? How does technology influence social change?
 The universe of tools, means
Chapter 12
1. What are the three major types of social stratifcation?
Describe the nature of each one.
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1) Estate refers not to land, but to groups such as
nobility, The clergy, merchants, artisan
Chapter 7
1. What is personality? What is the role of culture in personality
development?
a. The total organization of inherited and acquired
characteristics of an individual as evidenced by the
indiv
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Chapter 2
1. When and where did the human species probably originate?
 Africa some 5 to 7 million years ago.
2. Why was Charles Darwins scientific expedition on the Beagle so
important?
 He
Test 1. Review Chapter 2.1
1. Choose the correct answer below:
a. What is the difference between class limits and class boundaries?
A. Class limits are the numbers that separate classes without formin
Find area of shaded region with normal distribution,
mean 0 and st. deviation 1
2nd vars NormCdf lower, upper
Find the indicated z score with graph and shaded
area given
2nd vars InvNorm( Enter ar
The statement represents a claim. Write its
complement and state which is H and which is H.
Step 1: Look at the symbol and do the opposite.
Ho: = 8.3
The answer will be H: 8.3
Fiftyfive percent of re
Practice exercises test # 1
Summer STA 2023 2016
prof Balius
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Use the given frequency distri
Chapter 4 Discrete Random variables
A random variable is a variable that assumes numerical values associated with the random
outcomes of an experiment, where only one numerical value is assigned to ea
Chapter 8 Inferences based on a single sample (Test of hypothesis)
Besides estimating the value of population parameter, we are also interested in making an
inference about how the value of a paramete
Chapter7 Inferences based on a single sample: Estimating
In this chapter, our goal is to estimate the value of an unknown population parameter of
interest, such as a population mean and a proportion f
Chapter 5 Continuous Random Variables
5.1 Continuous probability distribution
Continuous Random Variables can assume any value contained in one or more intervals.
The graphical form of the probability
Chapter 7
Section 7.1
Target parameter
Point Estimator
Interval estimator or Confidence interval
Section 7.2
Large sample confidence interval for population mean,  320
Interpretation of confidence in
Chapter 6 Sampling distributions
Note: we will often use the information contained in these sample statistics to make inferences
about the parameters of a population.
6.1 The concept of a sampling dis
Chapter 6
Section 6.3
Properties of the sampling distribution of (page 296) Mean and standard deviation of
sampling distribution of . Standard Error of mean.
Central Limit Theorem (CLT)  Sampling dis
Chapter 5 Summary
Normal Distribution X ~ N (, )
=
Standard Normal Z ~ N (0, 1)
Recommended Book Examples, Tables and Figures
Section
Page
5.3
Number
241248
F5.1, F5.65.8; T5.1; Ex 5.35.11
Some Wo
Explain what is meant by the principle: "communication is inevitable, irreversible
and unrepeatable." Give an example to illustrate your answer.
In our everyday basis, we are always communicating, eve
Data: Collection of observations such as surveys or measurements, single value is call datum.
Statistics: Science that organize, summarize, present and analyze data.
Population: Complete collection of
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Chapter 5 Review
Discrete Probability Distributions
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Identify the given random variable a
handout  Chapter9
Test the indicated claim about the means of two populations. Assume that the two samples are independent simple
random samples selected from normally distributed populations. Do not