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Final Exam

Notes:

Do not unnecessarily smile at the person sitting next to you,

they may also not know the answer.

If you have missed my classes and have not prepared, dont

waste your time, instead pray to God.

Its good to have a lot of beautiful options in life but all

questions are compulsory here.

the standard deviation : 2, 6, 8, 10, 14

2. True or False. If you add 7 to each entry on a list, that adds 7

to the average.

3. True or False. If you add 7 to each entry on a list, that adds 7

to the standard deviation.

4. True or False. If you double each entry on a list, that doubles

the average.

5. True or False. If you double each entry on a list, that doubles

the standard deviation.

6. True or False. If you change the sign of each entry on a list,

that changes the sign of the average.

7. True or False. If you change the sign of each entry on a list,

that changes the sign of the standard deviation.

8. Someone claims to be able to predict the toss of a coin. You

decide to test her powers by tossing a coin eight times and

counting the number of correct guesses. If in fact she is

bluffing and her guesses are random, what is the chance that

she gets six or more tosses correct?

9. Which of the following is more likely? Explain intuitively.

a. A fair coin is tossed 25 times and 10 or more of these

tosses are heads.

b. A fair coin is tossed 50 times and 20 or more of these

tosses are heads.

10.

A town contains 6000 families, each with three children.

a. In any single family, what is the chance of getting two

girls and a boy?

b. In a town of 6,000, what is the chance that 2,325 or

more families would have two girls and a boy? Set this

counting process up as a box model. Draw the box

model. And calculate the chance.

11.

A class of 400 students is divided into 2 sections of 200

each. Both sections are given a common exam. The following

is observed

Average

SD

Section1

Section2

85

45

10

10

of the new list will be

i. smaller than 10

ii. larger than 10

iii. equal to 10

iv. can't tell without knowing the entire list

12.

A teaching assistant gives a quiz. There are 10

questions on the quiz and no partial credit is given. After

grading the papers the TA writes down for each student the

number of questions the student got right and the number he

got wrong. The average number of correct answers is 6.4 with

an SD of 2.0.

a. What is the average and SD of the number of wrong

answers? ____________Average ____________SD

b. The correlation coefficient between the numbers of right

and wrong answers is

i. 0

ii. -.5

iii. +.5

iv. -1

v. +1

vi. can't tell

13.

A doctor records, for 400 hospital patients selected at

random, the pair: (temperature when admitted, temperature

24 hours later). He finds that the average temperatures are

101 degrees when admitted, 99 the next day. The SD is 1.5

degrees for temperatures when admitted, 0.5 for those the

next day. The correlation between the two temperatures is

0.8. The scatter diagram is football shaped.

a. if a patient enters with temperature 103, what do you

expect his temperature to be the next day?

b. The fact that the average temperature the day after

entering is 2 degrees less than upon admission is due to

the regression effect. True or False?

14.

In a city, 20% of the workers have incomes over

$40,000 per year. If 1600 workers are chosen at random with

replacement, what is the chance that between 320 and 336 of

those chosen have incomes over $40,000 per year?

15.

5. A coin is tossed n times. There is about 95% chance

that the proportion of heads is in the range .49 to .51. The

number of tosses n is closest to:

a. 1,000

b. 5,000

c. 10,000

d. 50,000

16.

I am getting married tomorrow, at an outdoor ceremony

in the desert. In recent years, it has rained only 5 days each

year. Unfortunately, the weatherman has predicted rain for

tomorrow. When it actually rains, the weatherman correctly

forecasts rain 90% of the time. When it doesn't rain, he

incorrectly forecasts rain 10% of the time. What is the

probability that it will rain on the day of my wedding?

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