Past Exam for MATH 210 - Introductory Statistics with Swanson at Hope College (HC)

Exam Information

Material Type:Final
Class:MATH 210 - Introductory Statistics
University:Hope College
Term:Fall 2006
  • Affiliation
  • Relationship
  • Distribution
  • Life Expectancy
  • Random Sample
  • Association
  • Populations
  • No Correlation
  • Response Variable
  • National Brand
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Math 210 Final Exam A Fall 2006 Name__________________________________ Questions 1-4 are multiple choice. Circle the letter of the best response. [3 pts each] 1. Suppose I collect a random sample of 30 ages of Hope faculty. From the data collected, I compute a 95% confidence interval for the mean of the population and get 45 to 52 years old. Which of the following describes such a 95% confidence interval? a) 95% of all ages of Hope faculty fall in the interval. b) If this process were repeated many times, we would expect 95% of the resulting intervals to contain the mean age of all Hope faculty. c) If this process were repeated many times, we would expect 95% of the resulting sample means to be contained in the interval 45 to 52. d) 95% of the time, the mean age of all Hope faculty will be between 45 and 52 years. 2. A researcher wants to determine if women have more prescriptions for drugs than men do. A simple random sample of 500 men and 500 women is take...

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