2. If I flip a fair coin 10 times, which of the following is true?

3. Which of the following facts does a person ignore when they reason with the gambler's fallacy?

4. Which of the following are likely to be dependent events?

5. If I sample with replacement, which of the following may be true?

6. If I am selecting subjects to be in my study, I necessarily must do sampling without replacement (I can not have the same person in my study twice). What effect does this have on the sample selection process?

7. I know that if I draw a single card from a deck, it can not be a red card and a black card because these are

8. In studying the services available to homeless people at different shelters, I find that only .05 take advantage of job training. This seems small. I decide to investigate further and I see that of the people who were offered job training .65 accepted it. The value .65 is a

9. The weight of US Postal Service packages is normally distributed with a mean of 2 oz. and a standard deviation of .5 oz. If I choose two letters from my mail carrier's bag, what is the probability that they will both weigh less than 1 oz.?

10. What does a p-value tell you?

11. Multiple- Question Scenarios I tell students in my class that, although I use an average to calculate their course grades, I do weigh the final exam grade more heavily. I assure them that if they can perform well on my final, then even if they performed poorly on the other exams, they must have learned the material. For three semesters I kept track of how people did on the final and how they did in the course.

Using the given data, answer the following question.

COURSE | |||
---|---|---|---|

Pass | Fail | ||

FINAL | |||

Pass | 142 | 34 | |

Fail | 89 | 56 |

What is the probability that a student, taken at random from my class, would have passed my course?

12. Multiple- Question Scenarios I tell students in my class that, although I use an average to calculate their course grades, I do weigh the final exam grade more heavily. I assure them that if they can perform well on my final, then even if they performed poorly on the other exams, they must have learned the material. For three semesters I kept track of how people did on the final and how they did in the course.

Using the given data, answer the following question.

COURSE | |||
---|---|---|---|

Pass | Fail | ||

FINAL | |||

Pass | 142 | 34 | |

Fail | 89 | 56 |

What is the probability that a student, taken at random from my class, would have passed the final?

13. Multiple- Question Scenarios I tell students in my class that, although I use an average to calculate their course grades, I do weigh the final exam grade more heavily. I assure them that if they can perform well on my final, then even if they performed poorly on the other exams, they must have learned the material. For three semesters I kept track of how people did on the final and how they did in the course.

Using the given data, answer the following question.

COURSE | |||
---|---|---|---|

Pass | Fail | ||

FINAL | |||

Pass | 142 | 34 | |

Fail | 89 | 56 |

What is the probability that a student, taken at random from my class, would have passed the class and the final?

14. Multiple- Question Scenarios I tell students in my class that, although I use an average to calculate their course grades, I do weigh the final exam grade more heavily. I assure them that if they can perform well on my final, then even if they performed poorly on the other exams, they must have learned the material. For three semesters I kept track of how people did on the final and how they did in the course.

Using the given data, answer the following question.

COURSE | |||
---|---|---|---|

Pass | Fail | ||

FINAL | |||

Pass | 142 | 34 | |

Fail | 89 | 56 |

What is the probability that a student, taken at random from my class, would have passed the class, given that they failed the final?

15. I tell students in my class that, although I use an average to calculate their course grades, I do weigh the final exam grade more heavily. I assure them that if they can perform well on my final, then even if they performed poorly on the other exams, they must have learned the material. For three semesters I kept track of how people did on the final and how they did in the course.

Using the given data, answer the following question.

COURSE | |||
---|---|---|---|

Pass | Fail | ||

FINAL | |||

Pass | 142 | 34 | |

Fail | 89 | 56 |

What is the probability that a student, taken at random from my class, would have failed the class, given that they failed the final?

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