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

Do not send your multiple choice answers back to your instructor. Only send your freeresponse answers (next section) to your instructor.

It's important to stay within the time limit to see how you'd do under real test conditions. If

you can't finish all the questions in 90 minutes, go back later and do the problems you

weren't able to finish.

1. A five-number summary of a univariate data set is determined to be

[10, 15, 25, 45, 85]. These data are to be used to construct a (modified)

boxplot. Which of the following statements are true?

I.

III. The data are skewed to the right.

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

E.

2. You have a rather strange die: Three faces are marked with the letter A, two

faces with the letter B, and one face with the letter C. You roll the die until you

get a B. What is the probability that the first B appears on the first or the

second roll?

A.

.333

B.

.704

C.

.556

D. .037

E.

.296

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3. You are going to construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference

between two independent sample means. There are 12 subjects in one sample

and 11 in the other. You think that the two populations have the same standard

deviation, and so decide to use a pooled estimator of the population variance.

How many degrees of freedom would you use for this t procedure?

A.

21

B.

23

C.

10

D. 12

E.

22

4. The regression line for this bivariate data set is y

residual for the point with an x-value of 68?

x

y

A.

30.97

B.

3.03

C.

34

56

28

45

25

68

34

49

30

58

32

63

36

66

23

62

29

D. 30.97

E.

3.03

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5. Which of these distributions has the largest standard deviation? Assume that

the range is the same for each histogram shown here.

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

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A.

B.

C.

E.

it helps ensure that treatment and control groups are as alike as possible.

7. You have a rather strange die: Three faces are marked with the letter A, two

faces with the letter B, and one face with the letter C. If you were to roll this

die, what is the probability that at least one of the first two rolls would be a B?

A.

5/9

B.

1/3

C.

1/9

D. 4/9

E.

7/9

8. You want to see if a coin is fair. You flip it 5 times and count the number of

heads. If H is the number of heads obtained in five flips of the coin, what is the

P-value of the test when H equals 4?

A.

5/32

B.

6/32

C.

7/32

D. 8/32

E.

9/32

9. You are going to construct a 99% t confidence interval for a population mean

based on a sample of size 22. What is the critical value of t (t*) you will use to

construct the interval?

A.

2.819

B.

2.845

C.

2.080

D. 2.831

E.

2.518

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10. Franny is told that the z-score for her SAT test score was 1.2 compared to all

twelfth-grade girls who took the test. Which of the following best describes

what this means?

A.

Only 1.2% of the twelfth-grade girls taking this test had scores higher than Franny.

B.

Franny's score is 1.2 points higher than the average score for all twelfth-grade girls

who took the SAT.

C.

D. Franny's score is 1.2 standard deviations above the mean of twelfth-grade girls who

took the SAT.

E.

Franny's score is 1.2 times greater than the average score for all twelfth-grade girls

who took the SAT.

A.

one in which neither the experimenter nor the subject are aware of which treatment

the subject receives.

B.

C.

one in which the subject is unaware of whether they are receiving the treatment or

not, but the researcher is aware.

D. one in which groups are matched on a specific set of criteria so as to eliminate any

obvious differences between the groups.

E.

12. Sometimes t procedures are referred to as robust. Which of the following best

describes what this means?

A.

B.

They can be used in many different situations, unlike less robust measures.

C.

They are still useable even when the assumptions necessary for their use are

violated.

E.

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13. A Statistics teacher decides to give A's only to students who score in the top

15% on the final exam. The scores are normally distributed with a mean of 78

and a standard deviation of 7 (this is also the population standard deviation).

To the nearest integer value, what is the lowest score a student could earn and

still receive an A?

A.

79

B.

80

C.

82

D. 83

E.

85

C

D

E

Total

A.

12/35

B.

12/55

C.

23/70

Total

23

15

12

50

32

15

23

70

55

30

35

120

D. 35/70

E.

23/35

I.

have distinct groups upon which measurements are made.

III. Experiments, but not observational studies, can point to cause-and-effect

relationships.

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

E.

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16. Consider the following set of sample data: 21, 24, 25, 32, 35, 31, 29, 28. Which

of the following will give a 95% confidence interval for the mean of the

population from which this sample was drawn?

A.

B.

28.125 2.365(4.31/ 8 )

C.

28.125 2.306(4.61/ 8 )

D. 28.125 2.365(4.61/ 8 )

E.

28.125 2.306(4.31/ 8 )

17. Which of the following are necessary in order to use a normal approximation

to the sampling distribution of a sample proportion?

I.

The population from which the sample was drawn must be at least 10 times

larger than the sample.

II. The population from which the samples are drawn must be normal.

III. The sample must be a simple random sample from the population.

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

E.

18. What are the mean and median of the data presented in the table below?

Value

15

18

19

23

27

A.

21.7, 23

B.

21.7, 19

C.

21.7, 20

Relative

Frequency

.15

.10

.20

.25

.30

Cumulative

Frequency

.15

.25

.45

.70

1.00

D. 20.4, 23

E.

20.4, 19

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19. A population is strongly skewed to the left with a mean of 18 and a standard

deviation of 4. You draw samples of size 4 from this population and calculate

the mean of each sample. Which of the following shows the mean, standard

deviation, and shape of the sampling distribution of the sample mean?

A.

B.

C.

E.

20. What is the "five-number summary" of the data given in the table below?

Value

15

18

19

23

27

Relative

Frequency

.15

.10

.20

.25

.30

Cumulative

Frequency

.15

.25

.45

.70

1.00

A. 15-18-19-23-27

B. 15-18-19-23-23

C. 15-18-23-27-27

D. 15-18-18-23-27

E. 15-19-23-23-27

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21. Given the tree diagram shown here, what is P(A | E)?

D

E

.7

.3

.3

.1

D

E

A.

7/11

B.

3/4

C.

4/7

.4

.3

.5

.4

D. 3/10

E.

.21

is superior to an in-class course in terms of success on the AP Exam. They

compare the scores of 150 students, 75 of whom took each type of course. The

online students did better, on average, so the researchers publish an article

recommending that students who want to do well on the AP Exam should

consider the online course rather than a course at their school. Which of the

following statements is true?

A.

The results of this study are meaningless because this was an observational study

and not an experiment.

B.

Self-selection is not a factor when comparing the performance of the two groups.

C.

D. Though there is a relationship between the type of course and performance, this

study does not show that there is a cause-and-effect relationship.

E.

There is too much sampling error in this type of study to be able to make

conclusions.

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23. The table below gives (in seconds) the time required for six right-handed

people to complete a test of dexterity, first with their left hand, then with their

right. You want to perform a t test to see if there is a significant difference

between the times required for the left and right hands. The appropriate

number of degrees of freedom for this test is:

Alice

Bob

Carrie

Doug

Eleanor

Frank

A.

B.

12

C.

11

Left Hand

23

Right Hand

19

19

17

26

20

22

18

18

20

19

20

D. 10

E.

24. Two variables are related so that the slope of their regression line is 6, and so

that sy = 4.2 and s x = .35 . What is r, the correlation coefficient for the two

variables?

A.

1/12

B.

72

C.

.6

D. .5

E.

.54

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25. All 32 seniors at a High School took both the AP Exam in Statistics and the AP

Exam in Calculus. Their mean score on the Statistics exam was 2.57 with a

standard deviation of .7. Their mean score on the Calculus exam was 2.78 with

a standard deviation of .64. If we combine these tests into a single score, the

correct mean and standard deviation are:

A.

5.35; .7 +.64

B.

5.35,

.7 + .64

C.

5.35,

.72 + .642

E.

The mean is 5.35, but you cannot determine the standard deviation from this

information.

26. You want to research a new pill you hope will relieve the effects of arthritis in

persons over 50 years of age. You divide your volunteers into two groups: one

consisting of people aged 50-60 and one consisting of people over 60. You

further divide each of those groups by gender. The members of each of these

four groups are randomly assigned to treatment and control groups with the

treatment group receiving the new pill and the control group receiving the

placebo. The basic design of this study is:

A.

B.

C.

D. completely randomized.

E.

27. The final exam scores in freshman English at a large high school are normally

distributed with a mean of 84% and a standard deviation of 14. If 450 students

took the exam, approximately how many students scored between 70% and

80%?

A.

103

B.

125

C.

.2289

D. 99

E.

95

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28. You want to construct a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of patients

who will experience adverse reactions to a new medication. Because side

effects can be rather severe, you desire a margin of error of no more than .05.

You have no idea, prior to doing the research, of what the true proportion

might be. What is the minimum number of subjects you will need in your

study?

A.

384

B.

385

C.

19.6

D. 1537

E.

390

29. A binomial event is observed 50 times. The probability of the event being

successful is .3. Let X equal the count of successes of the event during the 50

trials. What are X and X ?

A.

15; 3.24

B.

.3; .15

C.

15; 10.5

D. .15; 3.24

E.

15; 3.87

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30. You want to obtain a simple random sample of size 30 of all students in the

junior class. Assume there are 150 boys and 150 girls in the class. Which of the

following methods will produce such a sample?

I.

Number the students from 1 to 300. Randomly select one of the first 10

students, then take every tenth student on the list after that.

II. Number the students from 1 to 300. Use a random number generator to

select 30 numbers from 1 to 300. Your sample consists of the students

whose names correspond to the generated numbers.

III. Number the boys from 1 to 150 and number the girls from 151 to 300.

Randomly select 15 boys by using a random number generator to pick 15

numbers from 1 to 150. Then select 15 girls by using a random number

generator to pick 15 numbers from 151 to 300.

A.

I only

B.

II only

C.

III only

E.

31. A study found that the hours students spend watching television and their

grade point averages (GPAs) have a correlation of r = .71. Given this

information, which of the following statements is most accurate?

A.

B.

About half of the variation in GPAs can be explained by hours spent watching

television.

C.

school.

E.

For each decrease in one hour of television watching, there will be a corresponding

increase of .7 in a student's GPA.

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test for independence to see if political affiliation is related

to gender in a medium-sized Midwestern town. The test is based on data from a

survey asking respondents to indicate their preference for one of four political

2

parties. Your X value is 5.21. What P-value is associated with this value?

A.

B.

p > .25

C.

E.

natural logarithm of each y-value and computes the equation for the regression

of ln y on x. The resulting equation is ln y = 2.35 + 4.48x. To the nearest

integer, what is the predicted value of y when x equals .65?

A.

5.262

B.

182,810

C.

172

D. 188

E.

193

34. You have a table of random single-digit numbers that has an equal number of

every digit from zero to nine. If you start at the first digit on the table and

begin moving to the right, what is the probability that you do not land on an

even number (2, 4, 6, or 8) until the fifth digit?

A.

.4

B.

.0768

C.

.05184

D. .01024

E.

.031104

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A.

B.

C.

E.

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36. Use this computer output to determine r, the correlation coefficient between

Method 1 and Method 2.

Descriptive Statistics

Variable

METHOD 1

METHOD 2

Variable

METHOD 1

METHOD 2

N

12

12

Mean Median

64.42 66.50

63.25 63.50

Min

52.00

53.00

Max

74.00

73.00

Q1

57.25

55.75

TrMean

64.70

63.30

StDev

7.10

7.28

SEMean

2.05

2.10

Q3

70.25

69.75

Regression Analysis

Predictor

Constant

METHOD 2

s = 6.892

A.

.241

B.

.380

C.

.058

Coef

40.98

0.3705

R-sq =

Stdev

18.17

0.2856

t-ratio

p

2.25 0.048

1.30 0.224

R-sq(adj) = 5.8%

D. .145

E.

.027

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37. Which of the following gives a 99% confidence interval for the slope of the

regression line from this computer output?

Descriptive Statistics

Variable

METHOD 1

METHOD 2

Variable

METHOD 1

METHOD 2

N

12

12

Mean Median

64.42 66.50

63.25 63.50

Min

52.00

53.00

Max

74.00

73.00

Q1

57.25

55.75

TrMean

64.70

63.30

StDev

7.10

7.28

SEMean

2.05

2.10

Q3

70.25

69.75

Regression Analysis

Predictor

Constant

METHOD 2

s = 6.892

Coef

40.98

0.3705

R-sq =

A.

40.98 3.169(.286)

B.

.371 3.055(.286)

C.

.371 3.169(6.892)

Stdev

18.17

0.2856

t-ratio

p

2.25 0.048

1.30 0.224

R-sq(adj) = 5.8%

D. .371 3.055(40.98)

E.

.371 3.169(.286)

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38. Look at the scatterplot pictured here. Regarding the point marked A, which of

these are true?

I. A is better described as an influential point rather than an outlier.

II. Removing A from the scatterplot would cause the correlation to increase.

III. Removing A from the scatterplot would cause the slope of the regression

line to decrease significantly.

A.

I only

B.

I and II only

C. II only

D.

E.

III only

39. The IQs of students at a very prestigious technical university are normally

distributed with a mean of 124 and a standard deviation of 8. What is the

probability that a person selected at random from this population will have an

IQ below 100?

A.

.023

B.

.0013

C.

.005

D. .9987

E.

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40. A survey of 40 people finds that 22 prefer Sugar Crunchies breakfast cereal to

Honey Yummies. Another completely independent survey finds that 24 of 50

people surveyed prefer Sugar Crunchies to Honey Yummies. For a significance

test of the hypothesis H0 : p1 = p2 , where p1 is the proportion favoring Sugar

Crunchies from the first survey population, and p2 is the proportion from the

second survey population, what is the standard error of the difference between

the proportions?

A.

B.

1

22 24 1

+

40 50 40 50

23

22 23

22

1

1

50

40 50

40

+

50

40

C.

1

46 44 1

+

90 90 40 50

D.

1

22 24 1

+

90 90 40 50

E.

23

22 23

22

1

1

50

40 50

40

+

90

90

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After you finish answering these questions, correct your own work using the answer key

provided, then send your corrected work back to your instructor. You'll be scored on

whether you did the work, not on how many questions you answered correctly.

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 you can in no more than 90

minutes.

It's important to stay within the time limit to see how you'd do under real test conditions.

Read over all the questions first, and do the questions you feel most confident about. Then

go back and do the questions you're less confident about. Stop at 90 minutes, and then use

the answer key to correct your work.

If you can't finish all the questions in 90 minutes, go back later and do the problems you

weren't able to finish.

1. You draw samples of size n from the population of all pennies in circulation. The random

variable of interest is the mean age of the pennies in the sample (current year pennies

are considered to be zero years old). The distribution of ages of pennies (starting at 0) is

known to be skewed markedly to the right. That is, there are more recently minted

pennies than older pennies in the population. One scholar claims that the mean age of

all pennies in circulation is 7.4 years with a standard deviation of 3.3 years. Assume that

this scholar is correct. Discuss the mean, standard deviation, and shape of the sampling

distribution of sample means of the ages of pennies for each of the given sample sizes.

Where possible, give precise values.

A. n = 5

B. n = 15

C. n = 40

2. A sports car manufacturer paints its cars silver, white, black, and red in the following

proportions:

Color:

Proportion:

Silver

.2

White

.3

Black

.1

Red

.4

We know that 40% of these cars are manufactured with tan leather upholstery while the

remaining 60% are manufactured with gray leather.

A. Assuming that the choice of exterior color and leather color are independent,

what is the probability that a randomly selected sports car from this

manufacturer will be white with gray upholstery?

B. Assuming that we know the car has tan upholstery, what is the probability that

the car is either silver or white?

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ethnicity is related to perceptions about educational opportunity. The school has 1,800

students but you only have resources to interview 100. The student body is

approximately equally divided between males and females. Twelve percent of the

school's population is Asian American, 8% is African American, 10% is Native American,

and 70% is Caucasian. You are interested in being able to generalize the results of your

survey to the entire student body.

A. Describe a technique for obtaining a sample of size 100 that would have a

reasonable chance of producing results that could be generalized to the entire

school.

B. Suppose you sent the surveys out to classes and asked the students to

complete them and return them to the main office. Would the returns be likely

to be biased in any direction? If so, why? In what direction?

C. Suppose you decide to conduct the survey by personal interview. Members of

the student council, all of whom happen to be Caucasian, will conduct personal

interviews with the selected students. One of the survey questions reads, "Do

you agree or disagree with the following statement: All students, regardless of

ethnicity, have equal opportunity to become part of student government."

What potential bias is present in this question?

4. The following table gives the inflation rate and the corresponding prime lending rate for

7 different years. The equation of the regression line is:

prime lending rate = 3.175 + .654(inflation rate).

Inflation

Rate (x)

3.3

6.2

11

9.1

5.8

6.5

7.6

Prime Lending

Rate (y)

5.2

8

10.8

7.9

6.8

6.9

9

A. What is the predicted prime lending rate when the inflation rate stands at 6%?

B. What is the value of the residual when the inflation rate is 5.8%?

C. Interpret the slope of the regression line for this situation.

D. An eager economist uses these data to predict that the prime lending rate

would be 16.26 if the inflation rate rose to 20%. Comment on this prediction.

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5. The Director of Student Activities is concerned that she has not hired enough security for

the Sadie Hawkins Day dance, and wants to know approximately how many students will

be attending. If more than 25% of the student body is planning on going to the dance,

she will need to hire more security. She sends out a survey to 300 students, and out of

the 285 who respond, 82 say they plan to attend.

A. On the basis of this survey, should the Director of Student Activities hire more

security? Use appropriate statistical evidence to support your conclusion.

B. There were 15 people who didn't return their surveys. Suppose they had. Is it

possible that the Student Activities Director's decision would have been

different?

6. Suppose you have a friend on the school basketball team but, unfortunately, he is not a

good free throw shooter. Over the course of his career, he has only made 40% of his

shots. Otherwise, he is a good player and gets fouled a lot so he shoots 10 free throws a

game, on average. In the biggest game of the season, he does very well and makes 6

out of 10 free throw attempts.

A. Assuming that each shot is independent, set up the expression you would use

to determine the exact probability that your friend actually makes 6 or more

free throws in a given game.

B. Using the set of random numbers shown here, explain how you would set up a

simulation to determine the probability of making 6 or more free throws out of

10 attempts if your probability of making any one free throw is .4.

98713

51623

21826

41970

04853

19464

65847

94930

19537

00796

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situation. What are the mean and standard deviation of the binomial

distribution? Is the normal approximation justified in this situation? Explain

why or why not? Would the normal approximation be justified if n = 100?

D. One of your friend's attempts during a game is a "one-and-one." That is, if he

makes one free throw, he is given the opportunity to take a second shot.

Assuming each shot is independent, is he most likely to make 0, 1, or 2 points

on a "one-and-one" opportunity.

E. What is the probability that the first free throw he makes is his fourth attempt?

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TI-83 screens are used with the permission of the publisher. Copyright 1996, Texas

Instruments, Incorporated.

MINITAB is a trademark of Minitab, Inc., and is used herein with the owner's permission.

Portions of MINITAB Statistical Software input and output contained in this course are

printed with permission of Minitab, Inc.

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