1. How do you find the mean of the data?
  2. How do you find the median of the data?
  3. How do you find the mode of the data?
  4. For quesions 4, 5, and 6 use the following table
    Student Name Score
    Sophia Andrews 78
    Ruby Malone 100
    Horace Hogan 84
    Luke Hopkins 90
    Lynette Alvarez 76
    Maria Evans 95
    Victoria Carson 85
    Pamela Powers 90
  5. What is the mean?
  6. What is the median?
  7. What is the mode?
  8. Which one of the following also means average?
  9. What is another defintion for expected value, E(x)?
  10. Which best describes the differences between a sample and a popluation
  11. What is the Standard Deviation of the data?
  12. For quesions 11 and 12 use the following table
    State Population
    Conneticut 3,574,097
    Delaware 897,934
    Maine 1,328,361
    Maryland 5,773,552
    Massachusetts 6,547,629
    New Jersey 8,791,894
    New York 19,378,102
    Rhode Island 1,052,567
  13. Find the Expected Value of the population per state?
  14. What is the standard deviation of the data?
  15. Assume the distribution of a particular data is a normal distribution. What happens if we increase the Standard Deviation?
  16. A z-score tells you
  17. Assume the distribution of a particular data is a normal distribution. Where is the mean located?


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