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    1. To get through a page in a statistics book can take
    three or four times longer than to get through a page
    in a nonnumerical book. True-False

    Basic math problems:

    2. -12 + 8 =
    3. 4 * (-5) =
    4. -5 / -4 =
    5. 3 * 7 - 6 =
    6. 4^3 =
    7. ((8 + 3) * 2) - 5 =
    8. ((2)^2)^3 =
    9. 17/13 * 13/17 = (rounded to the nearest unit)
    10. If 3y + 5 = 8 then y =

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    1. To get through a page in a statistics book can take
    three or four times longer than to get through a page
    in a nonnumerical book. True

    Basic math problems:

    2. -12 + 8 = -4
    3. 4 * (-5) = -20
    4. -5 / -4 = 1.25
    5. 3 * 7 - 6 = 15
    6. 4^3 = 64
    7. ((8 + 3) * 2) - 5 = 17
    8. ((2)^2)^3 = 64
    9. 17/13 * 13/17 = (rounded to the nearest unit) 1
    10. If 3y + 5 = 8 then y = 1

    11' For an agricultural experiment, 300 seeds were planted in one plot and 200 were planted in a second plot. If exactly 25 percent of the seeds in the first plot germinated and exactly 35% of the seeds in the second plot germinated, what percent of the total number of seeds germinated? (300*0.25+200*0.35)/500 = 29%
    Which of the following(s) can be considered (a)
    variable(s):

    12' The IQ. Yes
    13' The price of a stock. Yes
    14' The number of hours in a day. No
    15' The GPA. Yes
    16' The gravity constant g = 9.81 m.s^-2. No

    17' The summation sign is usually represented by
    A) The Latin uppercase phi B) The Greek lowercase omega
    C) The Latin lowercase t D) The Greek uppercase sigma.

    Compute the mean (M), median (Md) and mode (Mo) for
    this distribution: 3,3,3,6,6,8,8,9,11,12
    18' M = 6.9
    19' Md = 7
    20' Mo = 3

    Find the range (R), variance (V) and standard
    deviation (s) for the following set of values: ...

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