Statistics 10 Midterm 2
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Fall 2012
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Midterm 2 Practice Problems - Answers
Multiple Choice
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Midterm 2 Practice Problems - Answers
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Mitchell Barnes-Wallace
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The distribution is skewed right. His typical shooting streak is 1, and his longest
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Compared to What?
1.)
For the two habits, non smoking and
smoking the 5 measures, mean, Q1,
median, Q3 and maximum baby weight
were all higher with non-smoking
mother
Lab 5: Compared to What?
1) The mean, Q1, median, Q3, and maximum baby birth weights are all higher for
nonsmoking mothers than smoking mothers. On average, it seems that nonsmoking
mothers gave birth
Final Practice Problems Free Response - Answers
Question 1
A swim team is considering getting a new high-tech swim suit that is supposedly hydrodynamic and
makes swimmers swim faster. The manufacturer
2000 Births
1.) The unit of observation is the baby. 23 Variables
a.) Gender of baby, categorical
b.)Premature, categorical
c.)Low birth weight, categorical
d.)Weight of baby at birth (ounces), numeri
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Midterm 2 Practice Problems
Multiple Choice
Question 1
A jar contains 2 black marbles and 8 white marbles. If you randomly pick 2 marbles without replacement,
what is the probability that you get one
Math 28 Calculus I for Business & Social Science
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