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1. d 20% of 50 states is 10 states.
2. c The vertical scale exaggerates small differences between the three brands, all of which are
in the mid-90% range.
3. b
Stems should include all but the last meaningful digit. In this case, the last d
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Binomial coefficient The number of ways of arranging k successes among n
n
n!
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for k = 0, 1, 2, n
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Quiz 6.1A AP Statistics Name:
1. The probability distribution below is for the random variable X = number of mice caught in
traps during a single night in small apartment building.
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1. (a) See histogram at right. (b) The probability that two or
more mice are caught during a single night; 0.68. (c) 0-3
P(x 21): 0.88.
2. 0.2
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This is the probability that the total sales on a
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Probability
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Asampleof1000womenwaspolled.Thewomenwereaskedthequestion,"Howoftenduring
theweekdoyouserveavegetarian(meatless)maindishtoyourfamilyatdinnertime?"Partial
resultsfollow.
Whatistheprobabilitythatawomanneverservesherfamilyavegetarianmaindi
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AP STATS - Reaction Times and Stemplots
Materials: Computer accesschoice of Web sites that measure and
report reaction times
Get a partner, and go to the computer.
The following Sheep dash Web site will measure your reaction
time:
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