The max grade for this lab is 110 but the scale is still 100 points. The 10 points are extra credit.

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Tossing Coins_A

Tossing Coins_B

Tossing Coins_C

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1. What test did you perform?

2. What is the P-value/margin of error?

3. What is the Statistical interpretation?

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4. What is the conclusion?

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5. What test did you perform?

6. What is the P-value/margin of error?

7. What is the Statistical interpretation?

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8. What is the conclusion?

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9. What test did you perform?

10. What is the P-value/margin of error?

11. What is the Statistical interpretation?

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12. What is the conclusion?

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13. What is approximate probability that Car Type 1 has an annual cost less than \$350?

14. Which of the three types of cars is least likely to cost less than \$350?

15. For which of the three types we expect that (approximately) 95% of cases will be between \$300 and \$740?

Discrete

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Weight_vs_IQ

SETUP

16. What would be the correct Null-Hypothesis?

17. The P-value is 0.74. What can be statistically concluded?

18. Write a one-line additional comment.

Tutorial

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Hint:

19. What is the (approximate) probability that Die1+Die2+Die3=10?

20. What is the (approximate) probability that Die1+Die2+Die3>10?

21. What is the (approximate) probability that Die1+Die2>9? Careful: You need to create another column (and histogram) based on the first two dice or to argue directly by listing all possible outcomes!