How would you "test" a distribution to see if it is Normal?
Some Notation
It is completely defined by the parameters and
The Normal is a two parameter distribution, like the Binomial.
We will represent it with this notation: X~N(, )
A little review of l

E370-Fall Semester, 2002, Exam Three, pg. 1
Fifteen percent of divers or snorkelers are victims of unprovoked shark attacks. Twenty diver
certification cards are drawn at random. Use this information to answer the next THREE
questions.
1.
What is the prob

Sample Final C, pg 1
1.
You performed a right tailed hypothesis test and your sample gave you a test
statistic in the left tail. Which of the following is considered the appropriate next
step in this hypothesis test?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
2.
You bought a 25 pack

Part 1 of 2 4.44 Points
The Ajex Corp. manufactures granite countertop cleaner and polish. Quarterly sales Q is a random
variable with a mean of 25,000 bottles and a standard deviation of 2,000 bottles. Variable cost is $8 per
unit and fixed cost is $150,

Part 1 of 2 - Pain Killer
5.04 Points
ApainrelievercurrentlyinuseatMonroeHospitalisknowntobringrelieftopatients
inameantimeof3.5minutes.Anewsupposedlyfasterdrugisbeingconsideredfor
use.Togatherevidencetocomparetheeffectivenessofthenewpainrelieverwiththe
c

Part 1 of 4 - Linear Transformation
Question1of20
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0.0/ 0.667 Points
NOTE: Do not use a comma as a thousands separator. 1,000 should be written as 1000.
We know that degrees Celcius (C) can be transformed into degrees Fahrenheit (F)
using

Part 1 of 3 - Contingency Tables
7.560001 Points
In a major North American city there are four competing newspapers: the Post,
G&M, Sun, and Star. To help design advertising campaigns, the advertising managers
of the newspapers need to know which segments

Part 1 of 2 4.44 Points
The Ajex Corp. manufactures granite countertop cleaner and polish. Quarterly sales Q is a random
variable with a mean of 25,000 bottles and a standard deviation of 2,000 bottles. Variable cost is $8 per
unit and fixed cost is $150,

Part 1 of 6 - Descriptive or Inferential
1.0 Points
Consider the following two scenarios. Decide if each is a descriptive statistics situation or an inferential
statistics situation and why.
Question1of24
Examine the weights of a sample of 10 candy bars t

E370 Spring, 2012, Final Exam, Version A, pg 1
A consumer survey reports that in 2011, US household spent $550 on average purchasing new
electronics. Previous years have clarified that electronics spending follows a normal distribution and has
a standard