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Intro Statistics

by: Carolyn Farrell

Intro Statistics MATH 2101

Carolyn Farrell

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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Carolyn Farrell on Monday October 12, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to MATH 2101 at Gordon College taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 55 views. For similar materials see /class/222096/math-2101-gordon-college in Mathematics (M) at Gordon College.


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Date Created: 10/12/15
STUDY GUIDE FOR TEST IV MATH 2 Test 111 will consists of will consists of 15 multiple choice questions worth 7 points each The total number of points on the test is 105 Thus you have a built in five point bonus The test will be open book and open notes 1 Question No Objectives State the null hypothesis and alternative hypothesis used in testing a claim Section 8 2 p 384 9 16 Determine the critical 2 scores used in testing a claim Section 8 2 p 384 17 24 Section 8 3 p 394 5b 6b Section 8 4 p 403 9b 10b Determine the critical X2 values used in testing a claim about the population variance or population standard deviation Section 8 6 p 421 5 8 Find the value of the test statistic Section 8 2 pp 384 385 25 28 Section 8 3 p 394 5a 6a Section 8 4 p 403 9a 10a Section 8 5 p 412 13 14 Section 8 6 p 421 5 8 Calculate a P value Section 8 2 p 385 29 36 Section 8 3 p 394 5c 6c Section 8 4 p 403 9c 10c Perform a hypothesis test The questions will step you through one hypothesis test It will either be a proportion a mean or a variancestandard deviation Section 8 3 pp 395 397 9 24 Section 8 4 pp 404 404 13 20 Section 8 5 pp 413 415 17 28 Section 8 6 pp 421 423 9 20 Review Exercises pp 425 427 1 12 Determine if there is a significant linear correlation using Table A 5 Section 10 2 pp 502 506 9 10 13 28 Review Exercises pp 544 545 1a 2a 3a 4a 14 15 Find the regression equation given a set of data Find the indicated predicted value using the prediction procedure described in Section 10 3 Section 10 3 pp 521 524 9 10 13 28 Review Exercises pp 544 545 1b 2b c 3c d 4c d


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