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# Question 1 A binomial distribution reflects two possible outcomes, which can be denoted as "success and...

Question 1

A binomial distribution reflects two possible outcomes, which can be denoted as "success and failure"

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Question 2

As a binomial distribution is discrete, we can not ever use the normal distribution?

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False

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Question 3

The text mentions that in order to use the normal distribution for binomial distributions that EITHER n(p) OR n(q) must be > 5.

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Question 4

The reason that both n(p) and n(q) are > 5 is that otherwise the distribution is likely skewed

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Question 5

The reason that the distribution should not be skewed is that the normal distribution assumes that symmetrical distribtuion

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False

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Question 6

Using ONLY the 68, 95, and 99.7 empirical rule, what is the probability that a outcome will be between the mean and one standard deviation above the mean? Give your answer to two decimal places.

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Question 7

Using the empirical rule (68,95, 99.7) ONLY what is the probability that an outcome will be below the mean by more than 2 standard deviations? Give you answer in four decimal places

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Question 8

Using the Excel function, what is the probability of an outcome between -1 and + 1 standard deviations? Input your answer to four decimal places

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Question 9

What is the z-score given a mean of .36, a standard deviation of .048 and a x-value of .32? Give you answer to 4 decimal places

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Question 10

Give a z-score of -.8333, what is the probability that an outcome will be greater than that? Give your probability to four decimal places.