Week 1 Assignment
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Find the mean for the following set of data: 10, 3, 5, 6.
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7
4.5
6
5.5
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Jen has $10, Connie has $15, and Elsa has $2. What is the average amount of money each person has?
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9
7.5
5
8
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Find the median of the following list of numbers: 77, 68, 84, 90, 82, 100, 76.
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82
84
90
80
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Find the median of the following list of numbers: 1, 3, 10, 0, 20.
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5
1
0
1
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Find the median of the following list of numbers: 3, 0, 1, 2, 2, 4, 6, 3.
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2
2.5
1
3.1
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Determine whether the following statement refers to discrete or continuous data. Mrs. Smith gave a test on which the maximum possible score was 100. The actual scores students received were 92, 87, 86, 85.5, 72, 70, 70, and 61.
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discrete
continuos
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Determine whether the following statement refers to ordinal, nominal, discrete or continuous data. Mrs. Smith gave an exam on which she graded with marks A, D, B, C,D and F
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ordinal
nominal
discrete
continuos
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Determine whether the event is independent or dependent: Flipping heads on a coin and then flipping tails on that same coin.
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Independent
Dependent
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Determine whether the event is independent or dependent: Drawing a king from a deck of cards and then, without replacing the king, drawing a queen from the same deck of cards.
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Independent
Dependent
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There are 4 parents, 3 students and 6 teachers in a room. If a person is selected at random, what is the probability that it is a teacher or a student?
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4/13
6/7
9/13
1/2
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A jar has 10 vanilla candies, 4 chocolate candies, and 1 strawberry candy. If 2 candies are drawn at random from the jar without replacement, what is the probability that both are strawberry?
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1.5
0.5
0
0.33
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A lot of phenomenons follow a Gaussian Distribution. Search on the internet two examples of an event that follows a Gaussian Distribution. (ex. Height distribution among humans)
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