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

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Material Type:Final
University:University of Maryland
Term:Spring 2006
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  • Behind (of)
  • Distribution
  • Experimental Study
  • Representative
  • Qualitative
  • No Correlation
  • Observational Study
  • Standardized Test
  • Development
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Math 214 Final Exam Spring 2006 Answer all questions in the answer booklet provided. Put your name on the front, and 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 [], for a total of 150. 1. For each of the following statements, determine whether the given statement is sensible and explain why it is or is not. a) [4] This study must be biased, because it doesn't match my personal experience. b) [4] The opinion survey was wrong because it said that 70% of the voters favored candidate Alpha, but candidate Beta won the election. c) [4] IfI toss a fair coin nine times and get nine heads, the next toss will probably be tails. d) [4] Data that have a normal distribution will have a mean, median, and mode that are equal to each other. e) [4] If I am picking a card from a standard deck, the probability of getting a card that is a heart or a 7 is l...

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