Binge sample After hearing of Exercise 24s national result that 44% of students engage in binge drinking (5 drinks at a sitting for men, 4 for women), a professor surveyed a random sample of 244 students and found that 96 of them admitted to binge drinking in the past week. Should he be surprised at this result? Explain.

FOR QUARTILES AND BOX PLOT, FIND THE MEDIANS OF Q1 Q2 and Q3!!!!!! Z = (number of units in sample – sample mean) / standard deviation. Probability Two or more possible outcomes Ex: rolling a die, tossing a coin, picking a card, etc Event- an outcome or set of outcomes of interest in an experiment. Sample Space- collection of all possible outcomes in an experiment Ex: Grades: S { A,B, C, D, F} P(A) = (number of possible outcomes in an event)/ total number of possible outcomes in an experiment. 0 ≤ p ≤ 1 P = 0 impossible event Close to 0 rare or unlikely event .5 50-50 chance Close to 1 likely event 1 sure event (will happen) Compliment of an event- is that the event does not occur: P(A') = 1- P(A) Odds in favor of A- P(A)/ P(A'). Find the probability of A th