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HS 167 Test Prep (10/2/07). Exam 10/9 About 45 questions 1.25 hours. Bring to test. Formulas (will print in lab) z table (will print in lab) Calculator Pencils Small blue book.

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## HS 167 Test Prep (10/2/07)

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**HS 167 Test Prep (10/2/07)**Exam 10/9 About 45 questions 1.25 hours**Bring to test**• Formulas (will print in lab) • z table (will print in lab) • Calculator • Pencils • Small blue book NO use of additional notes, lab workbook, cell phones, neighbors, or any other performance enhancing items or substances or unspecified test-taking aids during the exam!**Preparation is Key Do Not Cut Corners**Lecture Lab Study, Think,Stay on Task Communicate Exercises Reading**Topics**1: Measurement §2.1: Surveys (Sampling) 3: Frequency Distributions 4: Summary Statistics 5: Probability Concepts (not §5.5) 6: Binomials Probability Distributions 7: Normal Probability Distributions (not §7.4) Study resources include your lecture notes, *.ppt slides, lab workbook, the text(!), homework exercises (!), the review card (distributed), and the formula sheet.**Lab this Week**• Print fresh copies of the Z table and formula sheet • Drop off lab workbooks (checked by TA) • Take practice test (~30 minutes) • Review practice test (~30 minutes) - key**Review of Selected Items**• Ch 1 – review card • Ch 2 - • Exercise 2.2 (p. 21) demonstrates the importance of a good random sampling (the non-responders differed systematically from the responders) • Exercises 2.3 & 2.12 demonstrated the salient features of a SRS • Ch 3 (Freq distributions) & Ch 4 (Summary Statistics) demo. w/ Table 104 from Health, United States (NCHS 2006) • Ch 6 (Binomial) demonstration w/ p. 18 from the lab workbook • Ch 7 (Normal) demonstration via Exercises 7.6, 7.8, and 7.10

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