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# S1 10 Quick Question Quizzes

AQA
Quiz 1
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## Are mu and sigma examples of parameters or statistics?

Why aren't there any negative z values in the normal
distribution table?
True or False: When using the cumulative binomial tables,
the probability of less than 8 will involve looking up the
value for 7.
What does the symbol 'capital sigma' mean?
True or False: A confidence interval is calculated by mu plus
or minus the z score times the standard deviation.
What would a residual value of 0 mean?
A variable is defined as T is distributed binomially with n =
20 and p = 0.3. What is the variance?
I take the mean away from each of my values. I then square
these results and add them up. Next I divide by 'n minus
one'. What have I found?
True or False: In the normal distribution tables, with a
positive z value, I need to find 'greater than z'. This means
I'll need to do one minus the value in the table.
Which average uses all of the data?

Parameters
Due to its
symmetry
True
Sum of
False
The point lies
on the
regression line
4.2
Variance
True
Mean

Quiz 2
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## In the normal distribution tables, when I look up a value for

z is the tabulated number for greater than z or less than z?
True or False: When calculating a PMCC, it is quite common
to get scores of 1 or -1.
What is x bar the symbol for?
What is the value of 8C3?
What word describes using regression to predict a value
within your range of x values?
True or False: If G and H are mutually exclusive, the
probability of G union H is equal to the probability of G plus
the probability of H.
In a normal distribution, the standard deviation divided by
the square root of the sample size is sometimes called
what?
What is the formula for calculating a z score?

less than

## True or False: The regression line will go through the

coordinate (x bar, y bar).

TRUE

FALSE
SAMPLE mean
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Interpolation
TRUE
standard error

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## The probability of getting a multiple choice question correct

by guessing is 0.25. When answering two questions, what is
the probability that exactly one will be correct?

3/8=0.375

Quiz 3
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## A variable is defined as X is distributed binomially with n =

8 and p = 0.2. What is the mean?
Which distribution is 'bell shaped'?
10 components are defective. I pick out 2 of them. What is
the chance they are both defective?
A PMCC value of r equals -0.09 suggests what?
True or False: A residual is calculated by y hat minus y.
I calculate the PMCC between x (height) and y (armspan)
and obtain r = 1.8. Am I likely to be correct?
True or False: A 95% confidence interval involves looking up
97.5 in the tables.
In binomial distribution, does the phrase "at most 12" mean
you are including 12?
The events D and E are independent. The probability of D
given E is equal to.what?
What does the symbol 'y hat' represent?

1.6
Normal
1/45 = 0.0222
No correlation
FALSE
Definitely not.
TRUE
Yes
P(D)
A predicted
value of y

Quiz 4
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## The outcome of event S does not affect the outcome of

event T. What word do we use to describe this?
All my values are multiplied by 4. What is the effect on the
mean?
All of my values are increased by 10. What is the effect on
the standard deviation?
What is the probability that a 90% confidence interval for
mu does not contain mu?
True or False: variables x and y have a PMCC of 0.9. This
means changing x causes a change in y.
True or False: Squaring the variance gives you the standard
deviation.
For each trial in a Binomial distribution, how many
outcomes are there?
In regression, which is more reliable: Interpolation or
Extrapolation?
I'm counting cars. I see 5 red, 8 blue and 12 grey. What is
the relative frequency of red?
If a population's distribution is unknown but you have a
large sample, the mean of the samples will follow a normal

Independent
It's multiplied
by 4
No effect
10%
FALSE
FALSE
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Interpolation
5/25 = 1/5
Central Limit
Theorem

Quiz 5
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## In any normal distribution, 95% of values will lie within

roughly how many standard deviations of the mean?
I pick a playing card. Are the events "Getting a diamond"
and "Getting a King" mutually exclusive?
The equation y = ax + b is referring to what?
What's another way of saying the complement of A?
A variable, R, is normally distributed with mu equal to 120
and sigma equal to 15, what is the probability that R = 130?
What is the probability of C plus the probability of the
complement of C?
The mean of the squares, minus the square of the mean is a
way of remembering what?
If I take the sample size, add one and then halve it, which
average am I probably finding?
The PMCC, r, is only appropriate for one type of correlation.
Which type is that?
The area under a normal distribution has a total of what?

2 (actually
1.96)
No
regression line
Not A
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variance
median
Linear
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