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Quiz 1: Basic Ideas32 Questions

Quiz 2: Graphical Summaries of Data34 Questions

Quiz 3: Numerical Summaries of Data62 Questions

Quiz 4: Probability30 Questions

Quiz 5: Discrete Probability Distributions83 Questions

Quiz 6: The Normal Distribution52 Questions

Quiz 7: Confidence Intervals65 Questions

Quiz 8: Hypothesis Testing46 Questions

Quiz 9: Inferences on Two Samples86 Questions

Quiz 10: Tests With Qualitative Data33 Questions

Quiz 11: Correlation and Regression39 Questions

Quiz 12: Appendix140 Questions

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Use the normal approximation to find the indicated probability. The sample size is n , the population proportion of successes is p , and X is the number of successes in the sample. $n = 83 , p = 0.35 : P ( X \leq 27 )$

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At a cell phone assembly plant, 77% of the cell phone keypads pass inspection. A random sample of 111 keypads is analysed. Find the probability that the proportion of the sample keypads that pass inspection is between 0.72 and 0.8

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At a cell phone assembly plant, 81% of the cell phone keypads pass inspection. A random sample of 97 keypads is analysed. Find the probability that more than 85% of the sample keypads pass inspection.

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At a cell phone assembly plant, 77% of the cell phone keypads pass inspection. A random sample of 98 keypads is analysed. Find the mean

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A gardener buys a package of seeds. Seventy-five percent of seeds of this type germinate. The gardener plants 90 seeds. Approximate the probability that the number of seeds that germinate is between 57.5 and 72.5 exclusive.

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A gardener buys a package of seeds. Eighty-two percent of seeds of this type germinate. The gardener plants 130 seeds. Approximate the probability that 99 or more seeds germinate.

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Use the normal approximation to find the indicated probability. The sample size is n , the population proportion of successes is p , and X is the number of successes in the sample.
$n = 86 , p = 0.68 : P ( 54 \leq X \leq 61 )$

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A gardener buys a package of seeds. Eighty-five percent of seeds of this type germinate. The gardener plants 110 seeds. Approximate the probability that fewer than 85 seeds germinate.

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For a particular diamond mine, 77% of the diamonds fail to qualify as "gemstone grade". A random sample of 112 diamonds is analysed. Find the probability that more than 81% of the sample diamonds fail to qualify as gemstone grade.

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Use the normal approximation to find the indicated probability. The sample size is n , the population proportion of successes is p , and X is the number of successes in the sample. $n = 94 , p = 0.65 : P ( X < 67 )$

(Multiple Choice)

For a particular diamond mine, 75% of the diamonds fail to qualify as "gemstone grade". A random sample of 110 diamonds is analysed. Find the probability that less than 81% of the sample diamonds fail to qualify as gemstone grade

(Multiple Choice)

A public relations firm found that only 88% of voters in a certain state are satisfied with their state representative. How large a sample of voters should be drawn so that the sample proportion $\hat { p }$ of voters who are satisfied with their representative is approximately normally distributed?

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Use the normal approximation to find the indicated probability. The sample size is n , the population proportion of successes is p , and X is the number of successes in the sample.
$n = 76 , p = 0.45 : P ( 26 < X < 36 )$

(Multiple Choice)

For a particular diamond mine, 80% of the diamonds fail to qualify as "gemstone grade". A random sample of 113 diamonds is analysed. Find the mean

(Multiple Choice)

At a cell phone assembly plant, 83% of the cell phone keypads pass inspection. A random sample of 192 keypads is analysed. Find the probability that less than 86% of the sample keypads pass inspection

(Multiple Choice)

Use the normal approximation to find the indicated probability. The sample size is n, the population proportion of successes is p, and X is the number of successes in the sample.
$n = 103 , p = 0.62 : P ( X \geq 61 )$

(Multiple Choice)

For a particular diamond mine, 82% of the diamonds fail to qualify as "gemstone grade". A random sample of 90 diamonds is analysed. Find the probability that the proportion of the sample diamonds that fail to qualify as gemstone grade is between 0.78 and 0.88.

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Use the normal approximation to find the indicated probability. The sample size is n , the population proportion of successes is p , and X is the number of successes in the sample. $n = 96 , p = 0.42 : P ( X > 45 )$

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A public relations firm found that only 9 % of voters in a certain state are satisfied with their U.S. senators. How large a sample of voters should be drawn so that the sample proportion $\hat { p }$ of voters who are satisfied with their senators is approximately normally distributed?

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At a cell phone assembly plant, 80 % of the cell phone keypads pass inspection. A random sample of 116 keypads is analysed. Find the mea

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