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Introduction to Statistics

by: Miss Jasper Nienow

Introduction to Statistics STAT 200

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Date Created: 10/19/15
Review for Exam 1 Stat 200 Part 1 Problems about concepts definitions 1 In a study 60 RU students were randomly chosen The following variables were recorded gender age weight measured precisely PID Answer the following questions 1 Which of the following would be the data for the experiment a 60 RU students b The average weight of the RU students who were sampled d The maximal weight of the RU students were sampled 2 What is the type of variable gender a Discrete b Numerical cOrdinal 3 What is the type of variable weight a Discrete b c Nominal d Population 4 lfamong the 60 students 37 are female students 37 is a a b the data c a parameter d the population e a sample Part 2 tables frequencies relative frequencies and probabilities 2 The frequency distribution of the number of lives lost in major tornados in10 towns in western Virginia Frequencies No of Deaths number of towns 025 2 2650 1 5175 3 76100 3 101125 1 5 One of the following sentences is wrong Which one is it a The mode is 5175 b The mode is 76100 d It is Bimodal 3 6 What is the relative frequency for the No of deaths between 26 and 75 a 01 b 03 d 06 In a survey with 10 people participated the frequency distribution of the results are listed as following There is only one sentence in the following is wrong which one is it 4 The value Frequencies 22 2 3O 1 28 3 41 3 20 1 7 The population standard deviation is a 81847 c82583 d73865 8 The sample variance is a b 602906 c681995 d565604 9 There is only one sentence in the following is wrong which one is it a The sample mean is 9 6 301 b The relative frequency of 28 is 03 d Thesamplemeanisa c 22 xi30xi28xi41xi20xi 10 10 10 10 10 10This isa b Cumulative frequency distribution c Grouped frequency distribution d Ungrouped relative frequency distribution following table shows the survey I conducted about under what condition you will fall into love with which one describe yours Please calculate the following Physically attractive High quality Others Total Rich 2 2 4 8 Make me O 4 4 8 happv Religion 2 O 2 4 Personality 3 3 4 10 Other 14 8 5 27 Total 21 17 19 57 11 What is the best estimate for PHigh quality a 0035 b007O c 025 dO1176 f None of them 12 What is the best estimate for PHigh quality and rich b b007O c 025 dO1176 eO298 f None of them 13What is the best estimate for Prich High quality a0035 b007O c 025 eO298 f None of them 14 Rich and quotHigh quality are not independent Only one of the following reason is incorrect which one is it b PHigh quality and rich PrichxPhigh quality c PHigh quality rich Phigh quality d Prich High quality Prich Part 3 pictures and graphs 15 Which of the following is the appropriate graph for the following data A O H Q O O O O O v 9 A v 0 O C d 0 A 0 O 16What type of distribution is shown in the graph below Students 0 Freshman Saphmnm Jimm Salim a Ungrouped relative frequency distribution c Cumulative relative frequency distribution d Cumulative frequency distribution 17 Which of the following gives the best estimate of the relative frequency of Sophomore a b 046 c 031 d032 18 What type of distribution is shown in the graph below Data Calculated 10 1 5 1520 2025 2530 3035 3540 4045 Frequency a Grouped relative frequency distribution c Cumulative relative frequency distribution d Cumulative frequency distribution 19 Which of the following gives the best estimate of the percentage of frequencygt 40 a 30 b 20 c 586 20Which ofthe following gives the best estimate of the range a 45 b 40 c 30 21 Which of the following statements of the following histogram is wrong quotmm ui 5 mm Al m nah V m my013 b The mean is equal to median c The median is equal to the mode d It is a frequency distribution e All ofabove 22 Consider the following pie chart Which gives the best estimate of part E IA IB IC ID IE a 20 b 66 d 50 23 Suppose that a normal distribution has mean 5 and standard deviation 3 which of the following gives the best estimate to the area of the shaded region 010 008 006 004 J 6 S 10 12 a 012 c 019 d Not enough information Part 4 Calculations 24Consider the following weights in 100g for a sample of 10 guinea pigs 95 98 104 101 104 83 85 53 92 97 Then the 5 number summary is b 53 96 98101104 c 53 85 95 101 104 d 95 85 96 101 104 25 What is the sample standard deviation b 144 c 138 d 123 26 You pick two cards at random from a deck without replacing the first card The probability of ettin two hearts is a b 00578 c 00637 d 00625 Suppose the weight of pumpkins grown on a farm is normally distributed with u 35 and 610 Then 27 About what percentages of pumpkins will have weights above 40lbs a 3285 c 2585 d Not enough information 28 About what percentages of pumpkins will have weights between 36 and 42lbs a 2082 c 485 d none of them 29 Which of the following is the zscore corresponding to 425 lbs d b 075 c 237 d 237 30 Suppose XN 5 0 Suppose if x6 the corresponding zscore is 05 then the standard deviation is a 1 c 3 d 4 e Not enough information 31 Here are the summary statistics for the weekly payroll of a small companylowest salary200 mean salary600median400IQR500thirdquaitile700standard deviation300 Between what two values are the middle 50 of the salaries found a300700 b200400 c400700 Consider the following weights in 100g for a sample of 10 guinea pigs 95 98 104 101 104 83 85 53 92 97 Answer questions 3235 32What is the mean weight of the pigs c d 96 33For this sample how many guinea pigs have wei hts less than or equal to the median weight a 474 b 421 c 368 34The range is a 53 b 104 c 97 35The interquartile range is a 101 b 85 d 186 Below is a boxplot of the numbers of correct word memorized by n 20 students Answer questions 36 37 I l I I I I I I I I I I l 4 45 53 55 55 65 7 TE 80 SE 90 55131 correct word 36 Approximately what percentage of students memorized more than 62 words b 40 c 50 d 25 e 10 37 The median number of word memorized is about a 70 b 85 d 65


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