# Past Exam for MATH 214 - ELMNTS OF PROB & STATS at Maryland (UMD)

## Exam Information

 Material Type: Final Professor: Staff Class: MATH 214 - ELMNTS OF PROB & STATS Subject: Mathematics University: University of Maryland Term: Fall 2005 Keywords: Advertising AgencyProvided ThatBehind (of)RepresentativeDistributionQualitativePercentile RankNo Correlation(to/for) Him/itDevelopment

## Sample Document Text

Math 214 Final Exam Fall 2005 Answer all questions in the answer booklets provided. Put your name and section number on the front of the booklet. Also please copy and sign the honor pledge. You do not have to do the questions in order, but number all of your answers so they can be graded properly. Point values for each question are given in brackets [ ]. 1. [6 points each] For each of the following statements, determine whether the given statement is sensible, including explain why it is or is not sensible. a) A study with a smaller sample size is less likely to be representative of the population than one with a larger sample size. b) The weather forecaster was wrong because he said there was a 70% chance of snow and it rained. c) IfI toss a die ten times and get nine ones it means that the die must be biased. d) Data that have a normal distribution will have a mean that is larger than the median. e) If I am picking a card from a standard deck, the probability of getting a card that i...

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