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- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.
It can only take an infinite number of distinct values.

Continuous Random Variable

Discrete Random Variable

Normal Variable

Sample Variable

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When mean = 0, and standard deviation = 1, it is called _________.

Continuous Normal Distribution

Discrete Normal Distribution

Sample Normal Distribution

Standard Normal Distribution

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Which of the following is NOT considered a discrete probability distribution?

II and III only

I and IV only

I, III and IV only

I, II, III and IV

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What is the standard deviation of the normal curve below?

3

4

5

6

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Which of the following best describe the relationship of black and green normal curves?

same standard deviations, different means

same standard deviations, same means

different standard deviations, same means

different standard deviations, different means

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Let X represent the number of times Molly goes to the cafeteria to eat in a one-week period. The probability distribution of X is shown above. What is the expected value?

3.21

3.31

4.21

3.17

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Let X represent the number of times Molly goes to the cafeteria to eat in a one-week period. The probability distribution of X is shown above. What is the variance?

1.27

1.37

1.57

1.58

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On a final examination in English, the mean was 86 and the standard deviation was 3.5. Assuming the scores are normally distributed, determine the standard scores of the students who received a score of 82.

1.14

-1.14

2.14

-2.14

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**You are provided with student B’s and student C’s explanation why the probability distribution below is not considered a discrete probability distribution.****Both explanations are correct.****Both explanations are in correct.****Student B’s explanation is incorrect, while Student C's explanation is correct****Student C’s explanation is incorrect, while Student B's explanation is correct** - Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.
The teacher instructed them to find the area between

z = – 1.09 and z = 1.89. Here is a normal curve sketch and solution from student D. Is the sketch

**incorrect**?**No, the sketch is correct.****No enough evidence to answer the question****Yes, because student D shaded the incorrect parts.****Yes, the sketch is incorrect because the z-scores are not properly labelled.**