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1. A measurement is normally distributed with mean=21.5 and standard deviation=6.1.
(a) The mean of the sampling distribution of the sample mean for samples of size 15 is : ____
(b) The standard deviation of the sampling distribution of the sample mean of size 15 is : ____
2. For patients who have been given a diabetes test, blood-glucose readings are approximately normally distributed with mean 129 mg/dl and a standard deviation 10 mg/dl. Suppose that a sample of 3 patients will be selected and the sample mean blood-glucose level will be computed.
According to the empirical rule, in 95 percent of samples the SAMPLE MEAN blood-glucose level will be between the lower-bound of ______ and the upper-bound of _________.
3. A biologist claims that nearly 45 percent of all Americans have brown eyes. A random sample of n=55. Mizzou students found 27 with brown eyes. Give the numerical value of the statistic sample proportion.
sample proportion= _____
4. Nationwide, 65 percent of persons taking a certain professional certification exam pass. Consider, for a samples of 200, the sampling distribution of sample proportion.
(a) The mean of the sampling distribution of sample proportion is:_____
(b) The standard deviation of the sampling distribution of the sample proportion is:_______
5. A random sample of 80 Mizzou students showed that 44 had driven a car during the day before the survey was conducted. Suppose that we are interested in forming a 95 percent confidence interval for the proportion of all Mizzou students who drove a car the day before the survey was conducted.
Where appropriate, express your answer as a proportion (not a percentage).
(a) The estimate is:____
(b) The standard error is:____
(c) The multiplier is:____
6.A recent survey showed that among 100 randomly selected college seniors, 20 plan to attend graduate school and 80 do not. Determine a 99 % confidence interval for the population proportion of college seniors who plan to attend graduate school.
99% Cl:_____ to _______