MATH-111 DUPRE' PRACTICE TEST (F2009)
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Practice Problem Set III
Problem 1. A sample of size 15 resulted in a mean of 18.5 and standard deviation of 2.3.
a) Construct a 99% condence interval for the population mean.
b) What additional assum
Homework 10 MATH-111 Due: November 17/19 in the lab.
Exercise 1. The difference of two population proportions is to be estimated
correctly within 5%. How many individuals need to be sampled from each
Practice Problem Set II
Problem 1. A poker deck contains 52 cards (A, K, Q, J and 10 to 2 in the suits , , , ). Initially 2
cards are dealt to each player and during the rounds of betting 5 community
Practice Problem Set I
Problem 1. A skat deck contains 32 cards: A, K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8 and 7 each in the suits , , and . A
card is randomly drawn from the deck.
a) What is the probability that you draw
MATH-111
Midterm Exam I
September 21, 2009
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06 (lab on Tuesday)
07 (lab on Thursday)
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MATH-111
Midterm Exam I
September 21, 2009
Name:
Section:
06 (lab on Tuesday)
07 (lab on Thursday)
Instructions:
Print your name in the space above.
Check your correct section number.
Only this exam,
Practice Exam
Exercise 1. Let x be a normally distributed random variable with = 10 and = 4.
a) Find P (x = 0).
b) Find P (x < 0).
c) Find a such that P (x > a) = 0.1.
d) Find a such that P (a < x < 1