NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Department of Statistics
Fall 2004
Statistics 210
Professor Savage
FINAL EXAMINATION
ALL QUESTIONS TO BE ATTEMPTED. There are eight questions. There is a maximum of
100 points on this exam. The maximum possible points are shown for
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STAT 210- Quiz #lb
This quiz is out of 10 points. Note that there are 5 problems. Problems appear on the back of this pa
Use the method we used in class to solve each type of problem. Circle your final answers.
1.
Consider a data set that includ
Introduction to Statistics- Exam #2- Version E
Circle your final answers to each Problem.
Problem 1 (4 points)
For #1a and #1b: An SRS of 2500 adults asks if they agree with the statement I support candidate
Smith. Suppose that 50% of all US adults would
Introduction to Statistics- Exam #1- Version E
STAT 210
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2
Circle your final answers to each Problem.
Problem 1 (3 points)
Round all of your final answers to four decimal places if necessary.
The probability distributio
Stats Problem Set #4a
1.
The gene that governs albinism has two forms (called alleles), which we denote by a and A.
Each person has a pair of these genes, one inherited from each parent. A child inherits one of
each parents two alleles, independently and
Chapter 5- Part 1
5.1- Continuous Random Variables
A random variable is a continuous random variable if it can take any value in an interval.
Examples of continuous random variables:
1) The temperature on a particular day
2) The yearly income for a family
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Cristabel Ramos-Tirado
Homework #1 - Materials Selection: Managing Choices
1.
What are the performance requirements of the materials from which each chair is made?
List as many other requirements as possible. (6 points)
a. Resistance to sunlight (UV light
Cristabel Ramos-Tirado
Materials Selection
Fall Quarter 2015
Homework Assignment for Week #3: The reflective stripes that marks
lanes in the street
State what are its functions.
oControls the position of moving traffic into lanes and shows the
road user w
Hi Everyone Here's the summary for this assignment with responsibilities. I'd like to test out
"sub teams" for this assignment and see how it works. What this means is that
each sub team works on their own and on Tuesday next week we come together
and sha
HCC Should blend the benefits and retirement plans
from Huge Company and Computer Company in a way
that is sensible to the needs of their new organization
Software Engineer
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Product Post Mortem: New Coke Failure Launch
Cola War.Its common knowledge that in the battle of the soft drink
wars, there are two major contenders: Pepsi and Coca-Cola. In the 80s,
Coca-Cola's market share had been steadily declining while Pepsi had
bee
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Finance Homework #2 February 27, 2016
1) 4.6
Consider the following alternatives: 1:$100 received in 1 year 2: $200
received in 5 years 3. $300 received in 10 years.
A- Rank the alternatives from most valuable to
Describe the decision matrix that was followed by Smith Klein (SKB) in
determining their portfolio.
There are two overarching components to SKBs process of determining
their portfolio are sound technical assumptions and organization
credibility.
The deci
Cristabel Ramos-Tirado 1
YELLOW TEAM
NEGOTIATION NOTEBOOK
The purpose of this Negotiation Notebook is to help you become a better interpersonal
negotiator whether the other party in the negotiation is your employer, subordinate,
coworker, customer
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STAT 210- Quiz #3b
This quiz is out of 10 points. There are 10 problems on four pages. Problems appear on the front and
back of these pages. Circle your final answers.
For #1-4: Consider the joint probability distribution of X and Y:
y=2
y=4
1
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Stats Problem Set #7a
Remember that the notation we are using is: W(mean, standard deviation).
1.
A computer randomly generates a number (X) that ranges from 0 to 400. Consider the following
function: f \r
i = I VtxO*
function of* = 0 if * < 0'
y=fo,*0x
Stats Problem Set #4b
1.
The voters in a large city are 50% white, 30% black, and 20% Hispanic. Candidate Smith wins
60% of the white vote, 40% of the black vote, and 70% of the Hispanic vote. What is the
conditional probability that a voter is Hispanic g
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Department of Statistics
Fall 2004
Statistics 210
Professor Savage
MIDTERM EXAMINATION I
ALL QUESTIONS TO BE ATTEMPTED. There are three questions. There is a maximum of
100 points on this exam. The maximum possible points are shown
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Department of Statistics
Fall 2004
Statistics 210
Professor Savage
MIDTERM EXAMINATION II
ALL QUESTIONS TO BE ATTEMPTED. There are four questions. There is a maximum of
100 points on this exam. The maximum possible points are shown
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Department of Statistics
Fall 2012
Statistics 210
Professor Savage
PROBLEM SET 1
In this problem set, you must show all your working and do all of the calculations longhand.
You may not use the mean or standard deviation functions
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Department of Statistics
Fall 2012
Statistics 210
Professor Savage
PROBLEM SET 2
1.
You are given the following data on prices and quantities produced of certain basic crops
in the United States in the years 2010 and 2000. Producti
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Department of Statistics
Fall 2012
Statistics 210
Professor Savage
PROBLEM SET 3
1.
A person visits a dentist. Here are the probabilities that certain procedure or procedures
are performed:
They at least have their teeth cleaned
0.
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Department of Statistics
Fall 2012
Statistics 210
Professor Savage
PROBLEM SET 4
1.
A company making electronic equipment finds that all of the machines that it installs,
30% require further adjustments after installation. Four, ra
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Department of Statistics
Fall 2012
Statistics 210
Professor Savage
PROBLEM SET 5
1.
A production process manufactures bolts. The bolts are distributed normally with a
mean length of 7.85 inches and a standard deviation of 0.11 inch
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Department of Statistics
Fall 2012
Statistics 210
Professor Savage
PROBLEM SET 6
Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, Problem Set 6 is
due at 3pm on Monday November 26. It will be
returned and discussed in the discussion sections on
No
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Department of Statistics
Fall 2012
Statistics 210
Professor Savage
PROBLEM SET 7
Problem Set 7 is due at 3pm on Friday November 30. You can
collect your graded problem set and model answers from any TA
office hours during reading o
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