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Statistics intersess


What do you call the numerical value that seperates the bottom 25% from the top 75% in a sample? First quartile
When building class boundaries first divide range by number of classes then =16then cwis 17. Begin w first value add 17 so on
When copying answers over to bar always check again
Z score is x minus mean divided by standard deviation
Assume binomial probability distribution, write the TI command that we can use to find P(x<a) binomcdf(n, p, a)
Assume standard normal probability distribution find P(z=2.5) P(z=2.5)= 0. The only time a single point will have value is for binomialpdf
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If P(A)=0.6, what are the odds in favor of even A to occur? .6/.4 leave in fraction form 3/2
P(A or B) P(A) + P(B) – P(A and B)
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The probability that there will be at least 45 convictions 1- binomcdf(n,p,x) or 1-binomcdf(50, .8,44) x follows "at least"
Estimate the probability that ther will be at most 35 convictions Do not subtract 1 from 35, just leave it and add .5
Odds must be written as… a fraction
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If you are given a decimal percentage DO NOT FORGET to move the decimal to the left
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