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Multiple-Choice Section

Choose the one best answer for each of the following questions.

1. The probability of getting a specific grade in freshman English is given in

the table below. Each letter grade has a specific number of grade points

associated with it. What is the GPA (grade point average) in freshman

English?

Grade

Grade

Points

Probability

A.

2.0

B.

2.1

C.

1.9

A

4

B

3

C

2

D

1

F

0

.05

.3

.3

.2

.15

D. 1.8

E.

2.25

2. A 99% confidence interval for the proportion of voters who favor a ballot

initiative to lower property taxes is (.68, .76). Which of the following

statements are true?

I. The probability is .99 that between 68% and 76% of voters will vote to

lower property taxes.

II. The procedure used to generate this interval will contain the true

population proportion 99% of the time.

III. About 99% of those responding are in favor of lowering property taxes.

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

D. I and II only

E.

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3. A baseball player wants to be among the top 10% of batters in the league

based on his batting average. The averages for all players in the league are

normally distributed with a mean of .265 and a standard deviation of .023.

What is the lowest batting average the player can have and still be among

the top 10% of batters?

A.

.300

B.

.288

C.

.294

D. .290

E.

.304

A.

B.

D.

C.

E.

design?

A.

B.

Using blocks when experimental units are known to be similar in some way

C.

E.

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6. A standard deck of 52 cards has 26 red cards and 26 black cards. It has 13

each of Diamonds, Hearts, Clubs, and Spades, and 4 (one of each suit) of

Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, and King. Suppose you draw one

card at random from a standard deck. Let A = an Ace is drawn. Let D = a

Diamond is drawn. Let F = a 10, Jack, Queen, King, or Ace is drawn. Which

of the following pairs of events are independent?

I. A, D

II. A, F

III. D, F

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

E.

7. An advertisement for a weight loss clinic claims that people who go through

the complete program lose an average of 75 lb. A statistician finds that, at

the .05 level of significance, if the true weight loss is actually equal to 71 lb,

then the power against the claim of 75 lb is .80. Which of the following

statements best explains what this means?

A.

The probability that the true mean weight loss is 71 lb or less is .8.

B.

If the true average weight loss is 71 lb, the probability of rejecting the claim that

it is 75 is .80.

C.

There is a .05 chance of getting a value as deviant as 71 if the true mean weight

loss is really 75 lb.

D. There is a .8 chance of rejecting the claim that the true mean weight loss is 75

lb if a sample value of 71 lb is obtained.

E.

If the true mean weight loss is 71 lb, the probability of getting a finding as large

as 75 lb is .80.

based on a sample size of 15. You find that it is too wide for your purposes.

You want to have a 95% interval for the mean, but one that is only half as

wide as the one you have. What sample size do you need?

A.

15

B.

60

C.

30

D. 45

E.

225

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9. Which of the following statements are true?

I. A stemplot can be thought of as a histogram where you actually see the

data.

II. A boxplot is an effective way of viewing mean-based measurements.

III. A histogram can be constructed using either frequencies or relative

frequencies.

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

E.

III only

reduction. He identifies 25 people who jog regularly and 25 who may

exercise in other ways but do not jog. The researcher interviews each of the

50 people to determine their reactions to stress. The 50 subjects did not

know they were part of a study. Which of the following statements is true?

A.

B.

C.

E.

11. A sample of the ages of the teachers at a local high school is composed of

the following values: 34, 35, 32, 38, 45, 56, 42, 35, 44, 47. You want to use

these data to generate a 90% confidence interval for the population mean.

What is the upper critical t value (t*) you would use?

A.

1.812

B.

1.372

C.

1.383

D. 1.833

E.

1.860

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12. A data set has the following five-number summary: {31, 50, 58, 62, 87}.

Which of the following pairs of values in this data set would be considered

outliers?

A.

31, 81

B.

32, 81

C.

31, 80

D. 32, 80

E.

33, 86

13. In the game of Chuck-a-Luck, you select a number between 1 and 6, then

roll three dice. You win 1 point for each die showing your number. You lose

a point only if your number fails to come up on any of the three dice. Thus,

in a single turn, you can win 1, 2, or 3 points, or you can lose 1 point. What

is the probability that you will win at least 1 point in a single turn?

A.

75/216

B.

3/4

C.

1/4

D. 125/216

E.

91/216

14. To select three rats from a group of ten, you decide to use the following set

gathered from a table of random numbers: 11793 20495 05907 11384

44982 20751 27498. The rats, named Al, Betty, Chuck, Diane, Ernie, Fran,

Guy, Helen, Ira, and Jean, are numbered 1 to 10, respectively. If you started

from the left of your number set, which of these groups of rats would you

select?

A.

117

B.

C.

E.

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15. You are testing the hypothesis H0 : p = .25, and wish to construct a 95%

confidence interval for the true population proportion (to see if it contains

.25). What is the minimum number of people you will need to interview to

have a margin of error no greater than .05?

A.

289

B.

385

C.

256

D. 384

E.

1,537

prefer to buy CDs or cassettes. You find that 50 of the teenagers say they

prefer CDs. You perform a significance test of the hypothesis that the

population proportion of those who prefer CDs is .6 ( H0 : p = .6). For this

test, what is SE p ?

A.

.0029

B.

.054

C.

.049

D. .057

E.

.544

17. The following regression equation is used to predict College GPA based on

High School GPA: College GPA = .29 + .98(High School GPA). The residual

when the High School GPA is 3.1 is .052. What is the actual value of the

College GPA when the High School GPA equals 3.1?

A.

2.6

B.

2.9

C.

3.0

D. 2.7

E.

2.8

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18. Chris, Duane and Carl have a free-throw contest. Normally, Chris has an

80% chance of making a free throw, Duane has a 70% chance, and Carl has

a 60% chance. Assuming that these probabilities are independent, what are

the probabilities that all three make their first shot, and that all three miss

their first shot?

A.

.336; .024

B.

.336; .128

C.

.336; .664

D. .664; .024

E.

.664; .128

19. Which of the following statements about r, the correlation coefficient, are

true?

I. Given a set of data ( x i , y i ), the correlation coefficient is the same as

the data set we would get if we reversed each x and y value.

II. Consider a bivariate data set ( x i , y i ), and a corresponding data set,

( z xi , z yi ), made up of the z-scores of the original data. For the set

( z xi , z yi ), r = the slope of the regression line.

III. r 2 represents the proportion of the variation in the dependent variable

explained by the regression on the independent variable.

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

E.

X

Probability

A.

B.

2.24

C.

1.55

0

.17

2

.30

3

.21

4

.08

D. 2.08

E.

1.79

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21. Researchers conduct a clinical trial on a new headache medicine. Fifty

subjects are each randomly assigned to one of two groups. One of the

groups unknowingly receives the experimental medication and one receives

a placebo. The researcher notes that the group receiving the placebo

experiences significant relief from headaches. Which of the following are

true?

I. The new medication has been shown to be ineffective in the treatment

of headaches.

II. This is an example of the placebo effect: Improvement might be

observed even in the absence of any real treatment.

III. Since the placebo is effective in treating headaches, doctors should

prescribe it rather than a drug that might have potentially serious side

effects.

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

E.

I and II only

22. You construct a confidence interval for the difference between two

population means. Which of the following statements are true?

I. Unless we are justified in pooling our estimates of the population

variance, this distribution is only approximated by a t distribution.

II. Unlike procedures for a single mean, which require t procedures,

z-procedures are usually appropriate for the difference between two

means.

III. If there is some third variable that exerts an explanatory influence on

both variables whose means are being estimated, we are dealing with

one-sample rather than two-sample procedures.

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

E.

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23. A data set is found to have a mean of 18 and a standard deviation of 4. The

data set is transformed by the linear transformation x* = .5x + 3. That is,

each term in the set is first multiplied by .5 and then has 3 added to the

result. The mean and standard deviation, respectively, of the transformed

data set are:

A.

12; 2

B.

12; 5

C.

12; 7

D. 9; 2

E.

9; 5

I. A random variable is a numerical outcome of a random phenomenon.

II. A density curve lies on or above the horizontal axis, and has an area of 1

under the curve and above the axis.

III. If two independent random variables X and Y are combined,

X + Y = 2X + Y2 .

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

E.

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25. You are interested in learning how many of the teachers and students at

your school would support a constitutional amendment prohibiting flagburning. You obtain a simple random sample of students and teachers at

your school and ask the following question: "Since many people have died in

support of our flag, do you think flag-burning should be prohibited?" Which

of the following is most likely true?

A.

The sample proportion agreeing with the statement would probably be less than

the true population proportion supporting the amendment.

B.

Within normal limits of variation, the sample proportion agreeing with the

statement would probably be very close to the true population proportion

supporting the amendment.

C.

The sample proportion agreeing with the statement would probably be greater

than the true population proportion supporting the amendment.

biased based on the gender of the interviewer.

E.

Since the sample size is not specified, it is not possible to predict the direction of

bias, if any.

26. Farley's score on his first statistics test of the year was 58. The scores for

the entire class were normally distributed with a mean of 65 and a standard

deviation of 5. His score on the second statistics test of the year was 70, but

this was an easier test and the class average was 78 with a standard

deviation of 6. Which of the following statements is true?

A.

Farley is improving in relation to the rest of the class because his score went up.

B.

was not as far below the class average.

C.

Farley did better on the first test because his z-score was greater.

D. Farley did better on the first test because he was not as far away from the class

average.

E.

In relation to the rest of the class, Farley did equally well on both tests.

to ethnicity. You categorize respondents from five different ethnic groups

into four different political preference groups. When the analysis is

complete, you get a X 2 of 25.27. The P-value for this test is:

A.

B.

C.

E.

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28. You want to play a new game that involves rolling a six-sided die. You win

if you roll an odd number and lose if you roll an even number. The

probability of each number coming up is shown in the table. Given that you

win rather than lose, what is the probability that you rolled a 3?

Number

Probability

A.

.333

B.

.15

C.

.265

1

.1

2

.1

3

.15

4

.20

5

.20

6

.25

D. .122

E.

.58

29. You are designing a survey and plan to draw a simple random sample from

a well-defined population, but are worried that the sample you have in mind

might have more variability than you want. Which of the following would

help control for the amount of variability in the sample?

I. Increase the sample size.

II. Stratify your sample to make sure each group of interest is

proportionately represented.

III. Simplify the wording of the questions in your survey.

A.

I only

B.

I and II only

C.

II only

E.

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30. Consider the scatterplot shown below. The point marked A is an influential

point. If you removed point A and computed a new regression equation,

which one of the following would be true?

A.

The correlation would be weaker and the slope of the regression line would be

closer to 1.

B.

The correlation would be stronger and the slope of the regression line would be

closer to 1.

C.

The correlation would be stronger and the slope of the regression line would be

closer to 1.

D. The correlation would be weaker and the slope of the regression line would be

closer to 1.

E.

Both the correlation coefficient and the slope of the regression line would be

closer to 0.

31. The table shown below gives the observed values for a 2 test of

independence. What is the expected value for the cell in the fourth row,

second column (the cell with the "10" in it)?

15

12

18

15

14

A.

11.0

B.

9.8

C.

10.6

8

12

9

10

12

D. 10.2

E.

9.4

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32. The regression equation for ln y on x for the data shown in the table is

given by ln y = .400 + .565x. What is the residual when x = 4?

x

1

2

3

4

5

6

A.

11.34

B.

.296

C.

.21

y

2

5

11

14

30

34

ln y

.69315

1.60944

2.39790

2.63906

3.40120

3.52636

D. .296

E.

.021

33. You find the correlation coefficient between two variables to be .90. You

may conclude that:

A.

high values of the explanatory variable are associated with low values of the

response variable.

B.

regression on the explanatory variable.

C.

low values of the explanatory variable are associated with low values of the

response variable.

response variable, since the correlation is so strong.

E.

high values of the explanatory variable are associated with high values of the

response variable.

A.

B.

C.

Systematic sample

D. Judgement sample

E.

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35. Given that the computations in the output shown here were based on 12

ordered pairs, what is a 99% confidence interval for the slope of the

regression line?

Regression Analysis

Value =

Age

Predictor

Constant

Age

s = 1.451

Coef

34.6795

4.2179

R-sq = 97.1%

A.

4.22 3.169(.232)

B.

4.22 3.103(.232)

C.

4.22 3.169(1.451)

Stdev

0.9150

0.2324

t-ratio

37.90

18.15

p

0.000

0.000

R-sq(adj) = 96.8%

D. 4.22 3.103(1.451)

E.

34.68 3.169(.232)

36. Referring to the computer output shown here, which of the following

statements are true?

I. The standard error of the slope of the regression line is .2324.

II. There appears to be a statistically significant relationship between

"Age" and "Value."

III. The standard error of the residuals is 1.451.

Regression Analysis

Value =

Age

Predictor

Constant

Age

s = 1.451

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

Coef

34.6795

4.2179

R-sq = 97.1%

Stdev

0.9150

0.2324

t-ratio

37.90

18.15

p

0.000

0.000

R-sq(adj) = 96.8%

E.

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37. A random variable X has X = 6. Each term in the distribution is

transformed by x* = 3 + 6x. What is the value of 2 * ? (That is, what is the

X

variance of the new distribution?)

A.

36

B.

C.

1,296

D. 216

E.

144

38. You roll two dice, A and B. What is the probability that both dice show the

same number given that one of the dice shows a 3 or larger? (Use the table

shown here to help you find your answer.)

A2

B1

(1, 1)

(2, 1)

B2

(1, 2)

(2, 2)

B3

(1, 3)

(2, 3)

B4

(1, 4)

(2, 4)

B5

(1, 5)

(2, 5)

B6

(1, 6)

(2, 6)

A3

A4

A5

A6

(3, 1)

(4, 1)

(5, 1)

(6 ,1)

(3,

(4,

(5,

(6,

(3,

(4,

(5,

(6,

(3,

(4,

(5,

(6,

(3,

(4,

(5,

(6,

(3,

(4,

(5,

(6,

A1

A.

8/9

B.

1/8

C.

1/9

2)

2)

2)

2)

3)

3)

3)

3)

4)

4)

4)

4)

5)

5)

5)

5)

6)

6)

6)

6)

D. 1/16

E.

1/4

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39. You roll two dice, A and B. Given that at least one of the dice shows a 5,

what is the probability that die A shows a 5? (Use the table below to help

you find your answer.)

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A.

11/36

B.

1/6

C.

1/11

B1

(1, 1)

(2, 1)

(3, 1)

(4, 1)

(5, 1)

(6, 1)

B2

(1, 2)

(2, 2)

(3, 2)

(4, 2)

(5, 2)

(6, 2)

B3

(1, 3)

(2, 3)

(3, 3)

(4, 3)

(5, 3)

(6, 3)

B4

(1, 4)

(2, 4)

(3, 4)

(4, 4)

(5, 4)

(6, 4)

B5

(1, 5)

(2, 5)

(3, 5)

(4, 5)

(5, 5)

(6, 5)

B6

(1, 6)

(2, 6)

(3, 6)

(4, 6)

(5, 6)

(6, 6)

D. 6/11

E.

1/2

40. You collect data on two independent random samples from normal

populations. You conduct a two-sided hypothesis test and pool the

estimates of the population variance. The data are: x1 = 17.5, s x1 = 1.33,

n1 = 28, x 2 = 18.2, s x2 = 1.48, n2 = 30, s p = 1.40, s x1 x2 = .37. What is

the value of t for this test and what is the corresponding P-value?

A.

B.

C.

E.

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Free-Response Section

Introduction

These questions simulate the Free-Response section of the AP Exam. Questions 1-5

should take about 10-15 minutes each. Question 6 is an "Investigative Task," and

should take about 20-30 minutes. You should do all that you can do in no more than 90

minutes.

1. Prospective lawyers must pass the bar exam before they can practice law. They do

not all pass it the first time. A group of 75 practicing lawyers were asked how many

times they had to take the bar exam before they passed. The results were as

follows:

Times

Attempted

Number of

Lawyers

A.

40

12

below:

C

U

M

R

E

L

F

R

E

Q

B.

1.0

0.9

0.8

0.7

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

3

4

5

NUMBER OF ATTEMPTS

What are the mean and median number of attempts needed to pass the bar

for these 75 lawyers?

2. As research director for a drug company, you want to determine the effectiveness of

a new treatment for arthritis. You suspect that the drug might have different effects

at different treatment levels (the levels under consideration are 350 mg and 500

mg). You also suspect that men and women might react differently to the

medication, and that people 60 and over might experience different effects than

those under 60. You have available to you 180 volunteers who suffer from arthritis.

Exactly half of these volunteers are men and half are women, and exactly half of the

volunteers are 60 years old or older.

A.

case? If yes, what would the blocks be and why? If not, why not?

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B.

C.

new drug. Include elements from your answer to part A as needed.

Suppose your research team had developed a 1-10 scale for arthritis relief

to determine whether real differences existed between treatment levels.

Thinking only in terms of 350 mg vs. 500 mg dosages (that is, do not

consider the placebo responses here), describe the method of analysis you

would use to support your findings.

3. Researchers conduct a program to improve the mathematical skill of noncollege math majors of 12 volunteers. The math skills of the volunteers are

evaluated before and after the training. The results are as follows:

Subject

Archie

Betty

Chuck

Dolores

Eddie

Fran

George

Helen

Irving

Janice

Ken

Loretta

Pre-test

56

63

72

59

58

65

61

74

52

60

60

79

Post-test

58

62

75

61

57

69

63

74

54

58

64

80

Does this provide evidence that the program was effective in improving

mathematics skill for these subjects? Use good statistical reasoning in your

answer.

4. The California State Lottery "Pick 6" game allows you to pick six different numbers

from 1 through 51. A machine randomly picks six different numbers from 1 through

51 (once a number is chosen, it is not returned to the box and cannot be chosen

again). You can win money if you match at least 3 of the numbers. Let X = the

amount of numbers that you match.

A. What is P(X = 6)? That is, what is the probability that you match all six

numbers? Provide an understandable explanation.

B. Consider a variation of this game in which each number could be repeated.

That is, once a ball is drawn with a number on it, it is returned to the box

and can be drawn again. What is the probability that you will get at least

one match in the first 5 drawings?

C. What is the probability that the first match comes on the fifth drawing?

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Mixed Practice with Multiple-Choice and Free-Response Questions

Study Sheet

5. Over the years, approximately 60% of the students that have attempted the AP

Statistics Exam have passed with a grade of 3 or higher out of a possible 5. Smart

Academy, a prestigious private school, believes its students do better on the Exam,

on average. This year, Smart Academy had 36 students take the AP Statistics Exam.

For some reason, the school has scores for only 35 studentsone score is missing.

Of these students, 26 received a grade of 3 or better. You are hired to advise the

administration as to whether they should claim in their advertising that their

students do better than the national average.

A. Perform a significance test of the hypothesis H0 : p = .6 based on the 35

scores received by the school. Use a significance level of .05.

B. The missing test turns up under a pile of papers on the Assistant Principal's

desk. The administration has already decided to publicize their success rate.

If the missing test was discovered before the analysis was done, is it

possible that this would have affected the school's decision to publicize

their success?

6. In a study, the blood cholesterol levels of 500 American men were recorded

and summarized in the table below (data from Primer for the Biomedical

Sciences, by O.J. Dunn, NY, Wiley, 1977). The corresponding sample mean

and standard deviation were calculated to be 275 and 47, respectively. Do

the data provide evidence that the blood cholesterol levels are normally

distributed? Use at least one graphical technique for an intuitive argument

and one test of significance to support your conclusion. Note: Use of the

Empirical Rule is not an acceptable approach in this case.

Cholesterol Level

Less than 189.5

189.5 219.5

219.5 249.5

249.5 279.5

279.5 309.5

309.5 339.5

339.5 369.5

369.5 399.5

Over 399.5

Frequency

17

41

80

134

118

71

24

13

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