Warm-up Day of Ch. 7 Review. Free Response A h.s . math teacher believes the greater number of hours of sleep before taking an AP exam, the better the score. She interviews the 18 students taking her AP Statistics class the day after the exam and later
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A h.s. math teacher believes the greater number of hours of sleep
before taking an AP exam, the better the score. She interviews the 18
students taking her AP Statistics class the day after the exam and later
notes their scores. Some computer graphical output appear below.
predicting someone’s AP score based on their hours of sleep?
P #17. a. The distribution with the most normal shape was the sample size of 100. Since the proportion is 0.1, this makes expected number of successes 10. This barely passes the np and n(1-p) > 10 criteria.
b. I’d expect 1 to pass from 10, 2 from 20 etc…
c. The one with the smallest spread is the one with the largest sample size.
d. Since the sample size of 10 has the largest spread, it is the most likely of the distributions to have 20% of the drivers to fail.
Complete E#49 to 51 and 59 pages 460 to 463;
AP 1 -4 pg 464 in the next 40 minutes
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Ch. 7 Notebook Check: 1) 7.1 2) 7.2 3) 7.1 and 7.2 Review sheet 4) 7.3 (19 pts each = 76 pts)
7 Terms and Properties ( 3 pts each = 21 pts)
a. A sampling distribution of the proportion of rural Chinese people
from samples of 200 would have an approximately normal shape. The
center will be at the true proportion of 68%. The standard error will be
b. The probability that 75% or more of the sample lives in rural areas is
c. Rare events would be those below 61.5% or those above 74.5%
d. Expected # living in rural areas is 0.68 (200) = 136
Standard deviation is 6.6. The likelihood that 130 or more in sample
are from rural areas is 81.8%________________________________
a. 50 books will have an S.E. of 0.297. A shelf of 240 cm means that each
Book has to be 4.8 cm or less. Normalcdf (0, 4.8, 4.7, 0.297) ≈ 0.632
b. No. This might not work for philosophy books, because it is not a
random sample of books.
a. I find the ages of some of the CEOs disturbing. Anyone
over 70 should be retired.
b. For a sample of 10 the S.E. is 2.15. So the probability that
the average is between 55 and 60 is about 60.48%_______
AP 1. C
1. Which of the following are true statements about sampling?
I. Careful analysis of a given sample will indicate whether or not it is random.
II. Sampling error implies an error, possibly very small but still an error, on the part of the surveyor.
III. Data obtained when conducting a census are always more accurate than data obtained from a sample, no matter how careful the design of the sample survey.
(A) I only (B) II only (C) III only (D) None of the statements are true.
(E) None of the above gives the complete set of true responses.
2. Which of the following statements about residuals are true?
I. The mean of the residuals is always zero.
II. The regression line for a residual plot is a horizontal line.
III. The standard deviation of the residuals gives a measure of how the points in the scatterplot are spread around the regression line.
I and II (B) I and III (C) II and III (D) I, II, and III (E) None of the above.
1)Confidence Interval 2) Tests of signficance3) variation in
Sampling 4) statistically significant 5) null hypothesis 6) test
Statistic 7) P-value 8) critical value 9) levels of significance
10) degrees of freedom 11)confidence interval of the mean
12) capture rate 13) margin of error 14) t-distribution