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You have **four questions related to this problem**. On your own paper,** work the problem just as you would for a homework assignment**. After you have worked the problem, following all the appropriate steps, THEN answer the following **four questions** presented about this problem.

For the following set of quiz scores, you will calculate (using the __ computational method__) the standard deviation: 10, 7, 10, 6, 9, 11. Calculate the

**standard deviation**using the computational method.

**After you complete this problem on your own paper**, then answer the following four questions.

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Question 1 of 4:

When you started to calculate the standard deviation of these values, you had to calculate the mean. What is the **M** of this distribution (rounded per our class rounding rules)?

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Question 2 of 4

When you plug in values into the formula, what is the value for

X^{2} ?

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Question 3 of 4:

What is the **standard deviation**?

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Question 4 of 4:

What is the **variance**?

You will have **2 questions**

about this problem. Work this problem on your paper just as you would

if it was a homework assignment. After you have completed the problem.

Answer the two questions.

A distribution has a SD of 8 and a Range of 23. **Evaluate for kurtosis.**

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Question 1 of 2:

When you are working this formula, you get to a point where 8 ?

____. What is the value that goes in the blank (rounding per the

instructions given in class)?

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Question 2 of 2.

What is the kurtosis?

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You have just this **one question **for this problem. Work this problem as you would if it was a homework question, then answer the question.

Given a normal distribution, find the percentage of scores that fall above a z score of -1.49.

You have **two ** questions

about this problem. Work the problem exactly as you would for a

homework assignment. After you finish the problem, answer the two

questions.

**The average weight among a group of male college students is
170 pounds with a standard deviation of 19.91 pounds. Assuming a normal
distribution, what percentage of males weigh less than 158 pounds? **

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Question 1 of 2:

For this problem, what is the calculated **z score**?

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Question 2 of 2:

For this problem, what is the **answer to this problem**?

You have **three **

questions about this problem. Work the problem (on your paper that you

will turn in) exactly as you would for a homework assignment. After

you finish the problem, answer the three questions.

**The average grade-point average for the freshman class at
Diamond University is 2.00, with a standard deviation of .65. Assuming a
normal distribution, what is the percentile rank for a grade-point
average of 2.45?**

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Question 1 of 3:

For this problem, you have to calculate z. When you are calculating z, what is the value that you plug into the formula for **X**?

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Question 2 of 3:

At one point in the problem, when working the problem as we did in class, you will have % = ______.

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Question 3 of 3:

What is the **answer to this question? The percentile rank = _____**

There are **two questions** for this problem. Work this problem exactly as you would for a homework problem, then answer the 2 questions.

**At a certain place of business, in the 2020 presidential
election, 110 people voted for Joe Biden, 70 people voted for Donald
Trump, and 20 people voted for a third party candidate. What is the
probability of choosing at random someone from this place of business
who voted for Donald Trump?**

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Question 1 of 2:

When you are solving for the probability, **what is the value you use for t? **

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Question 2 of 2:

**What is the answer to this question? p = ___**

You have **two **questions about this problem. Work the problem as you would for homework, then answer the two questions.

You are doing field research to determine the probability that

someone will choose to use the elevator to go to the second floor of an

office building. You stand near the stairs and elevator and keep a

record of how many people choose the stairs and how many people choose

to use the elevator. Of the 89 people that you observed going to the

second floor, 25 people chose to use the elevator while 64 people chose

to use the stairs. According to your research, what is the expected

relative frequency of someone choosing to use the elevator in that

office building?

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Question 1 of 2 questions:

What is the number of successes?

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Question 2 of 2:

According to your research, what is the expected relative frequency

of someone choosing to use the elevator in that office building? p =

_____

You have **two **questions about this problem. Work the problem as you would for homework, then answer the two questions.

**The distribution of the exam scores in your statistic class
is normally distributed. The average exam score was 85 with a standard
deviation of 7. What is the probability of selecting at random a
student who scored 90 or lower?**

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Question 1 of 2:

**State the z score you calculated in this problem. z = ____**

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Question 2 of 2:

What is the **answer to this problem**? p = ____.

You have **two **questions about this problem. Work the problem as you would for homework, then answer the two questions.

**Young men that play college baseball were asked to throw a
baseball as far as possible. The mean distance was 255 feet, with a
standard deviation of 19.92 feet. Given a normal distribution, what is
the probability of selecting at random a male college baseball player
who could throw between 225 and 275 feet?**

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Question 1 of 2:

At one point in this problem you get % = ____. ** **