2. Hypotheses testing is a procedure, based on sample evidence and probability, used to test
statements regarding a characteristic of one or more populations.
18. Fair Packaging and Labeling, Federal law requires that a jar of peanut butter that is labele
Someone tells you something and you need to decide if you should believe him or her.
Are you more likely to be worried about committing a Type I error or a Type II error?
A Type I error is often referred to as a 'false positive', and is the process of in
Week 1 Statistics Problems
Kristy Jermark
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classify the variable as qualitative or quantitative.
22. Student ID number- qualitative
determine whether the quantitative variable is discrete or c
8. (a) The number of defects in a roll of carpet.
(b) The distance a baseball travels in the air after being hit.
(c) The number of points scored during a basketball game.
(d) The square footage of a house.
12. Yes, this is a discrete probability distribu
2.1
26. Presidents State of Birth The following table lists the presidents of the United States (as of
October 2010) and their state of birth.
(a) Construct a frequency bar graph for state of birth.
(b) Which state has yielded the most presidents? Virgini
9.1
22. You Explain It! Superstition A USA Today/ Gallup poll asked l006 adult Americans how
much it would bother them to stay in a room on the 13th floor of a hotel. Interestingly, 13% said
it would bother them. The margin of error was 3 percentage point
What do you think is the purpose of the U.S. Census, which takes place every 10 years?
The purpose of the U.S. Census seems to be to keep an idea of the population, and information
about the population and how it changes every ten years. To learn how man
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So far in this course, we have learned how to collect, organize, and
summarize data. Now, we focus on how to compute and interpret
probability models, which will help us in analyzing data later in the
course. Sometimes you do not get the chance to step th
What is the difference between a population and a sample?
The population in statistics has a slightly different meaning,
and it includes all members of a defined group of people that is
being studied or information is being collected on for data or
resear
As discussed in the assigned readings on Type I and Type II errors, when you are testing a
hypothesis, there is the possibility your conclusion is incorrect. You could reject your null
hypothesis when it's actually true (Type I error), or you could not re
(3a) According to your textbook, probability is defined as a measure of the
likelihood of a random phenomenon or a chance behavior. Based on your life
experiences and the assigned learning activities, respond to all of the following
prompts:
Provide an e
(2a) In early 2010, the U.S. Census completed its 23rd operation. You may
remember some of the public announcements, or your own participation in
answering Census questions. Go to the U.S. Census website and read more about
its operations and purpose befo
(1a) Consider your own life experiences and the information you read this week on
data collection and statistics. Where do they connect? What experiences have you
had with statistical concepts? You may find common examples you have
experienced in your rea
Practice(chapter4)
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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Solve the problem.
1) Classify the following random variable according to whether it is discrete or continuous.
The height of a
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DATE: Name
Provide an appropriate response.
1) Which of the following cannot be the probability of an event?
A) % B) —32 C) 0 D) 0.001
2) If A, B,
Statistics Semester Review
Classifying a Data Set. In questions 1—5 determine whether the data set
is a population or a sample. Explain your reasoning.
1. The age of each of the state senator. popttﬂdhmt.»
2. The speed of every 8th car passing a police sp
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Section 10.1 - numbers 18, 2, 35 a-c
Fair Packaging and Labeling Federal law requires that a jar of pean
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Section 9.1 - numbers 36a and b, 22
22.
You Explain It! Superstition A
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Section 6.1 - numbers 8, 12, 16, 20a, c-e,
(a)The number of defects
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12. Which of the fol
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Section 2.1 - numbers 26a-c
Presidents State of Birth The following tabl