0 Up votes0 Down votes

199 views2 pagesMOCK EXAM

Dec 31, 2015

© © All Rights Reserved

PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd

MOCK EXAM

© All Rights Reserved

199 views

MOCK EXAM

© All Rights Reserved

- Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
- Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance
- Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams
- Come as You Are: The Surprising New Science that Will Transform Your Sex Life
- Come as You Are: The Surprising New Science that Will Transform Your Sex Life
- Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...And Others Don't
- The Bone Labyrinth: A Sigma Force Novel
- The Bone Labyrinth: A Sigma Force Novel
- The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs: A New History of a Lost World
- The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs: A New History of a Lost World
- Micro: A Novel
- Ball Lightning
- Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
- The Happiness Project, Tenth Anniversary Edition: Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun
- Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence
- Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence
- Just One Damned Thing After Another: The Chronicles of St. Mary's Book One
- Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams
- Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis Thomas Jefferson and the Opening

You are on page 1of 2

a particular tax form follow a normal distribution

with a mean of 100 minutes and a standard deviation

of 30 minutes. A random sample of nine people who

have completed this tax form was taken.

a. What is the probability that the sample mean time

taken is more than 120 minutes?

b. The probability is 0.20 that the sample mean time

taken is less than how many minutes?

c. The probability is 0.05 that the sample standard

deviation of time taken is less than how many

minutes?

2.

determined that historically applicants have undergraduate

grade point averages that are normally distributed

with standard deviation 0.45. From a random

sample of 25 applications from the current year, the

sample mean grade point average is 2.90.

a. Find a 95% confidence interval for the population

mean.

b. Based on these sample results, a statistician computes

for the population mean a confidence interval

extending from 2.81 to 2.99. Find the confidence

level associated with this interval.

3.

time its vehicles are out of operation for repair work.

State all assumptions and find a 90% confidence interval

for the mean number of days in a year that all

vehicles in the companys fleet are out of operation if

a random sample of nine cars showed the following

number of days that each had been inoperative:

16 10 21 22 8 17 19 14 19

4.

how voters in various parts of the country will vote.

Suppose that 1 month before the election a random sample

of 540 registered voters from one geographic region

is surveyed. From this sample 320 indicate that they

plan to vote for this particular candidate. Based on this

survey data, find the 95% confidence interval estimate of

this candidates current support in this geographic area.

5.

interval for the difference between population means

for each of the following (assume equal population

variances):

b.

nx = 5 s2x= 6 x = 200

ny = 8 s2y= 10 y = 160

6.

software advertises that firms using this software

obtain, on average during the first year, a yield

of 10% on their initial investments. A random sample

of 10 of these franchises produced the following yields

for the first year of operation:

6.1 9.2 11.5 8.6 12.1 3.9 8.4 10.1 9.4 8.9

7.

production processes have different mean numbers

of units produced per hour. Process 1 has a mean defined

as m1 and process 2 has a mean defined as m2.

The null and alternative hypotheses are as follows:

H0 : m1 - m2 0

H1 : m1 - m2 7 0

The process variances are unknown but assumed to

be equal. Using random samples of 25 observations

from process 1 and 36 observations from process 2, the

sample means are 56 and 50 for populations 1 and 2,

respectively. Can you reject the null hypothesis using

a probability of Type I error a = 0.05 in each case?

a. The sample standard deviation from process 1 is 30

and from process 2 is 28.

8.

the following (price, quantity) data values:

Price per Gallon of Paint, X Quantity Sold, Y

10

100

8

5

4

10

7

6

120

200

200

90

110

150

b. Compute and interpret b0.

c. How many gallons of paint would you expect to sell

if the price is $7 per gallon?

9.

- 10.1007%2Fs11136-017-1610-9.pdfUploaded byJesika
- Decsci2.hw02Uploaded byPatrick Bernil
- 6. Interval Estimation Class ExercisesUploaded byIPlobo
- Document-on-How-to-Conduct-Test-Drive.pdfUploaded byJohnson Akanbi
- New Curriculum (Batch 2013 Onwards)Uploaded bydarkknightone
- Week #7 Homework AnswersUploaded byAnonymous Qed2LOxF
- confidence interval project pdf slUploaded byapi-224466708
- InterpretationUploaded byRahul Arora
- Sampling ResearchUploaded byPrincessa Lopez Masangkay
- Sample Size Determination (Capability Indices)Uploaded byAnonymous FZNn6rB
- Intervals EstimateUploaded byedniel maratas
- Explaining ColumnUploaded byngyncloud
- Confidence IntervalsUploaded byNiña Guno
- GridDataReport-DATA PRAKTIKUM IUT Ubahan.rtfUploaded byMuhammad Rully Muchni
- Confidence IntervalUploaded byAjinkya Adhikari
- Analisis Data BblrUploaded byathy
- 15CS73-Module - 5.pptxUploaded byKavya
- 1-Estimation.pdfUploaded byDylan D'silva
- 76197264 Ken Black QA 5th Chapter 8 SolutionUploaded bysweety2584
- Kozi Ol 1978Uploaded byQianli Xia
- MIR publisherUploaded bystreetba
- GETTING HIGH VALUE SAMPLING.pdfUploaded byAngel Canales Alvarez
- 3.1 Sampling ConceptUploaded byshashankgulati30
- Normal Distribution PracticeUploaded byJay Teo
- term project 3Uploaded byapi-285551769
- Math Assignment 9-MVUploaded byOmar Houssami
- EstimatorUploaded byGabriel Belmonte
- Jaggia1e_PPT_Ch08Uploaded byEjCheang
- Probability Selection Framework.pdfUploaded byDurai Pandian
- biostat3.1Uploaded bySonia Rahma A

- ace2Uploaded byMuthu Kumar
- RPP BWM20502Uploaded byAzri Arif Zainal Arif
- Time Study - Oregon State University.pdfUploaded byRafael A Matos M
- Astm ResultsUploaded byRoberto Galindo
- sample7.pdfUploaded byThenes Kumar
- bootstrapUploaded byeneskoc
- 2486530_1_stat-200-workUploaded byAshutosh Sinha
- PWD_chapter_1and_2[1]Uploaded byAaron Carl Fernando
- Heather Walen-Frederick SPSS Handout (1)Uploaded bySamvedna Shirsat
- A Triple Bounded Dichotomous Choice Analysis (Langford, 1994)Uploaded byErick Stevinsonn Arellanos Carrión
- Ch02 SolutionUploaded bySharif M Mizanur Rahman
- Period 1Uploaded bygiftycms
- Statistics Final ReviewUploaded bytkdforce
- To adjust or not adjust Nonparametric effect sizes, confidence intervals, and real-world meaning.pdfUploaded byTodd Martinez
- Hawaii Financial Health ReportUploaded byHNN
- Sample Size CalculatorUploaded bypriyanka0809
- MIT18_05S14_class26-prob.pdfUploaded byIslamSharaf
- Meng 381 Assignment 1Uploaded byAdnan Noor
- Case ControlUploaded byPaulina Kristiani Bangun
- Critical AppraisalUploaded byoddone_out
- Econ_HW_2Uploaded byCorina Nour
- Weibull analysis to help diagnose equipment breakdowns.docUploaded bygmitsuta
- Quantitative TechniquesUploaded bynilesh pazare
- Data Mining and Data WarehousingUploaded byasaaero
- the skittles project finalUploaded byapi-316760667
- Calculation Model of Spare Parts DemandUploaded byVicente Mobarec
- Gate NotesUploaded bySerafim Rahadi
- _newbold_ism_08.pdfUploaded byIrakli Maisuradze
- ORIF vs non-operative of closed, displaced intra-articular of calcaneus fractureUploaded bySilvia Imnatika Fitchi Ichsani
- biomedical instrumentationUploaded byNutan Niraula

## Much more than documents.

Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers.

Cancel anytime.