Complete the final exam offline during the final exam week. Once you have complete the exam, input your exam into the final exam shell in the exam folder on the course webpage. Good luck 1.

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US Census statistics show that college graduates make more than $254,000 more in their lifetime than non-college graduates. If you were to question the validity of this observation, what would be your basis for doing so?

A. Definition of a college graduate

B. Work lifestyles of the population

C. Defining “lifetime”

D. How the Census was taken

The average age in a sample of 190 students at City College is 22. As a result of this sample, it can be concluded that the average age of all the students at City College

A. must be more than 22, since the population is always larger than the sample B. must be less than 22, since the sample is only a part of the population C. could not be 22

D. could be larger, smaller, or equal to 22

Since a sample is a subset of the population, the sample mean A. is always smaller than the mean of the population

B. is always larger than the mean of the population

C. must be equal to the mean of the population

D. can be larger, smaller, or equal to the mean of the population Use the following situation for Questions 4-7. Michael, Inc., a manufacturer of electric defibrillators, is a firm that makes 50 types of electric defibrillators . The table below shows the price distribution of the defibrillators . Price (In $)

Number of Defibrillators

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Select from the following choices for Questions 4-7. Use letter only in the blank. A. 32

B. 50% C. 20 D. 30 E. 16% F. 10 G. 60% H. 50

How many defibrillators have a price of at least $180?_______ What percentage of the defibrillators has a price of at least $180? ______ What percentage of the defibrillators has a price of less than $140? _____ How many defibrillators cost at least $140 but no more than $210? ______ Temperature is an example of

A. a qualitative variable

B. a quantitative variable

C. either a quantitative or qualitative variable

D. neither a quantitative nor qualitative variable

Use the following situation for Questions 9 and 10.

The following frequency distribution shows the frequency of outbreaks of the σ1α1 virus (statistics flu) for the following households in a small rural community.

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P(x) P(0) = __ P(1) = __ P(2) = __ P(3) = ___ P(4) = ___ P(5) = ___ Compute the mean and the standard deviation and select from the following the appropriate interpretation of the results (select best response) A. A household on the average has 0.9 outbreaks with a standard deviation of .6 outbreaks

B. A household on the average has 0.6 outbreaks with a standard deviation of 12 outbreaks

C. A household on the average has 0.9 outbreaks with a standard deviation of .9 outbreaks

D. A household on the average has 0.6 outbreaks with a standard deviation of .9 outbreaks

Use the following situation for Questions 11 - 13.

Twenty students were randomly selected for cholesterol screening. The following data were collected.

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Using the information above compute the following: (Round to nearest hundredth) A. Mean = _____

B. Median = _____

C. Mode = _____

D. Sample Standard Deviation = _____

E. The Sample Variance = ______

F. The Coefficient of Variation = ______ (as a percent, for example 27.43%) Is the data skewed _______ (select correct letter from list below) A. No B. Skewed left C. Skewed right

D. Unable to determine

Which is the best measure of central tendency for the randomly selected cholesterol screenings? _______ (select correct...