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Chapter 3 Review Exercises
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Work on the following three review exercises collaboratively with your partner. At the end there are
instructions for entering some of you answers into
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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
AP Statistics, Chapter 6 Mixed Review
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1. In the following table, what are P(A and E) and P(C|E)?
D E TOTAL
A
15 12 27
B
15 23 38
C
32 28 60
TOTAL 62 6 125
3
(a) 12/25; 28/125
(b) 12/63; 28/60
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AP Statistics
Introduction to Probability, chapter 6
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During this unit of study you will complete 5 guided labs to develop, practice, and apply
concepts related to the study of probabi
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Review, Chapters 7 & 8
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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
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Review 2, Chapters 6-8
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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 t
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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. He
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Chapter 5 Review Problems
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Producing Data
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 t
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Chapter 4 Review Problems
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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
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5.3 Simulating Experiments
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The imitation of chance behavior, based on a model that accurately reflects the
experiment under consideration, is called a simulation. We can use rando
5.2 Experiment Design
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Comparative Experiments often have a very simple design:
Units
Treatments
Observe Response
Completely Randomized Experimental Design
Example 1: Consider the following ques
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5.1 Designing Samples
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Statistical inference produces answers to specific questions usually by producing data
intended to answer the specific question posed. The answer to a specif
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4.3 Relations in Categorical Data
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Simpsons Paradox
The following two-way table classifies hypothetical patients according to the hospital that
treated them and whether they surviv
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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 advanta
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3.3 practice / homework
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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