TEST 2 REVIEW (Selected Problems from Old Tests to Practice).
Note: The Answer Key is at the end.
1) A class consists of 66 women and 98 men. If a student is randomly selected, what is the probability that the
student is a woman?
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Math 1110
Final Exam Study Guide
The Final Exam date is Tuesday, December 13th.
You may use scratch paper, calculator, pencil, TWO pages of notes (8 x 11), written or typed, deck of cards printout,
and Tables A1, A2 & A3 (bring your copies). The exam take
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Chapter 3 Descriptive Statistics
Important Symbols to Remember (well be using these all the time in this course):
How do we denote
IN SAMPLE:
MEAN?
x
pronounced x-bar
x
MEDIAN?
pronounced x-tilde
(Med in TI-84)
STANDARD DEVIATION?
s
VARIANCE?
3.2
IN PO
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8.2
Basics of Hypothesis Testing
Note:
skip Part 2 The Power of a Test (begins on page 394) of this section in the book. Also, you do not
need to use the Confidence Interval method.
Important Concepts:
formulate the Hypotheses (Null and Alternative), fi
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1.1
REVIEW and PREVIEW
"All information looks like noise until you break the code.
- Hiro in Stephenson's Snow Crash.
Important Definitions (to know): data, statistics, population, sample, census.
Data is a collection of information that has meaning. Da
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6.1 Introduction to the Standard Normal Distribution
In Chapter 5, we considered discrete probability distributions. We
paid special attention to the Binomial Distribution. Now, we will
learn about continuous probability distributions, and one of the
mo
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Chapter 5
Discrete Probability Distributions
This chapter combines the methods of descriptive statistics presented in Chapter 2 and 3 and those of probability presented
in Chapter 4 to describe and analyze probability distributions.
Probability Distribu
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2.1 Review and Preview
Important Definitions (to know): data item, data value, frequency, range.
Important Concepts (to understand): five characteristics of data.
Data Item is a piece of data.
Data Value is value of a data item.
Frequency is the number
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Chapter 4 - PROBABILITY
4.1 Review and Preview
Important Concepts (to understand): Rare Event Rule for Inferential Statistics.
Uses of Probability: weather forecast, marketing strategies, insurance, investments, choice of medications, winning a
lottery,
Math 1110
Test 1 REVIEW Problems
1.
Determine whether the given value is a statistic or a parameter.
A sample of 120 employees of a company is selected, and the average age is found to be 37
years.
A) Statistic
B) Parameter
2.
Determine whether the given
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TEST 1 Study Guide
Math 1110
You may use scratch paper, calculator, and one page of notes (8 x 11), written or typed on one side. The test takes
60 minutes and is worth 100 points. Online students: bring your picture ID.
Note:
for more inform
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Part 3 - Geographic
Preference
2 CFR 200.319(b)
Child Nutrition Programs Oregon Department of Education
Geographical Preferences
Map used with permission from Oregon Agriculture in
the Classroom Foundation www.oregonaitc.org
Child Nutrition Programs Orego
Oregon Road Trip
Brandon Timm
Highway Road Trip
We will be taking Highway 84 from Ontario to Portland.
East to West
Our Journey
Starting off in Ontario driving to Portland we will see
Ontario
Hells Canyon
Wallowa Mountains
Painted Hills
Columbia River
Can God Be Proven?
Brandon Timm
Can God be proven? The question of Gods existence has been debated throughout the
time that man has been on Earth. Hard to say if God exists, it all depends the point of view, for if
someone witness a miracle and that indiv
Executive Force Preservation
Board
Marine Corps
Leadership
Development Program
Justification for Better Program
Executive Force Preservation
Board
This program is the injection point for all other leadership and training
programs (small unit decision-mak
Altruism: Desire to Help Others
Brandon Timm
Is pure and total altruism possible? Can a human being give everything in return for
nothing? Absolutely, . I believe that at some point in time there must have been an unselfish act
committed and because of th
Chapter 10
Multiple Choice
1. The two weather elements used most often as indicators of climate are:
a. Pressure and precipitation
b. Wind and pressure
c. Precipitation and temperature
d. Temperature and cloud cover
2. The major climate category does not
Physical Geography Quiz 1 - Chapters 1,7,8,9,10
-Be sure to do your own work
-Turn in on due date before class starts
1. The Earth's axis is always tilted at an angle of _ degrees to the perpendicular.
A) 15
B) 23.5
C) 33.3
D) 66.5
E) 90
2. The Meridian a
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Math 1500 Ch 4 - Spring 2010
Name_
Decide whether the statement makes sense. Explain your reasoning.
1) Jeremy hasn't paid off his credit card debt but he knows that it's important to start saving. He decides to invest some
money in a savings account and
Location
Duration
Target
People w/ me
Category
Transportation
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Food
Lodging
Total
Haiti
2 weeks
1000 People
5 People
Details
Cost
Total Cost
SirLankan Airlines
$1067 roundtrip per pe $ 5,335.00
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Emily Budziak
November 20, 2016
MAT-144
Selga Kossivi
Haiti: Mission Project
The purpose of my mission is
Culturtal
For my mission trip I will be going to Port-au-Prince Haiti, which is located in the
Caribbean. Haiti is a very small island but also ver
How much energy, injoules, is released by an earthquake of magnitude 4?
Use the formula below, where E represents the
energy injoules and M represents the magnitude of the earthquake.
E =(2.5xio4)x101-5M
Substitute the magnitude for M.
E=(2.5x104)x101-54
Chapter 8 Review Name: i<
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1. The price of a certain product is increasing at a rate of $2.30 per year. Explain whether this statement
describes a linear or exponentiai relationship.
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2. The value of farm land in. a certain state is increasing at a
Math 1500 - Ch. 5 & 6
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
In order to answer the given question, which of the following types of study would be the most appropriate? an
experiment wi
Chapter 8: Exponential Astonishment
Lecture notes
Math 1030 Section A
Section A.1: Growth: Linear Versus Exponential
Definition of linear and exponential growth
Linear growth occurs when a quantity grows by the same absolute amount in each unit of time.
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