Chapter 3 Review Exercises
Work on the following three review exercises collaboratively with your partner. At the end there are
instructions for entering some of you answers into the Smart Response system.
62. The scatter plot below d
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AP Statistics Chapter 3 Special Problem Whats Your Best Offer?
/ 35 = _ %
Ruchi would like to sell her 2003 Honda Civic, and she needs to know what price to ask for it in order to write
an ad. The car is in good conditio
Introduction to Probability, chapter 6
During this unit of study you will complete 5 guided labs to develop, practice, and apply
concepts related to the study of probability. You are expected to work collaboratively
Review, Chapters 7 & 8
Use the following for exercises 1 through 6: In a large population of college students, 20% of the students have
experienced feelings of stress during exams.
1. If you take a random sample of 50 students from th
Review 2, Chapters 6-8
6.40 Election Math: The students in a club are 40% seniors, 40% juniors, and 20% sophomores. A junior
presidential candidate anticipates attracting 30% of the senior vote, 90% of the junior vote, and 50% of the
Review 1, Chapters 6 to 8
6.79 Are you my Blood Type? All human blood can be ABO-typed as one of O, A, B, or AB, but the
distribution of the types varies a bit among groups of people. Here is the distribution of blood types for a
AP Statistics, Chapter 6 Mixed Review
1. In the following table, what are P(A and E) and P(C|E)?
D E TOTAL
15 12 27
15 23 38
32 28 60
TOTAL 62 6 125
(a) 12/25; 28/125
(b) 12/63; 28/60
(c) 12/125; 28/63
(d) 12/125; 28/60
(e) 12/63; 28/63
Chapter 5 Review Problems
5.76 Which Design? What is the best way to answer each of the questions below: an
experiment, a sample survey, or an observational study that is not a sample survey?
Explain your choice.
Chapter 4 Review Problems
4.77 Killing Bacteria: Expose marine bacteria to x-rays for time period from 1 to 15
minutes. Here is the number of surviving bacteria, in hundreds, on a culture plane after
each exposure time.
5.3 Simulating Experiments
The imitation of chance behavior, based on a model that accurately reflects the
experiment under consideration, is called a simulation. We can use random digits from a
table, a graphing calculator, or comput
5.2 Experiment Design
Comparative Experiments often have a very simple design:
Completely Randomized Experimental Design
Example 1: Consider the following question: Will taking antioxidants help prevent colon cance
5.1 Designing Samples
Statistical inference produces answers to specific questions usually by producing data
intended to answer the specific question posed. The answer to a specific question
generally comes with a statement about how
4.3 Relations in Categorical Data
The following two-way table classifies hypothetical patients according to the hospital that
treated them and whether they survived or did not survive.
3.3 Residuals, Influential Observations and Regression Outliers
Most parents are very excited to hear their children speak their first words. Does the early
talker have an advantage over the late bloomer? A study of the development of
3.3 practice / homework
42. A study of class attendance and grades among first-year students at a state university showed that in general
students who attended a higher-percent of their classes earned higher grades. Class attendance e