STA 2014-2 STA2014-2 Individual Week 4

STA 2014-2 STA2014-2 Individual Week 4


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STA 2014-2 Individual Week 4

Assignment Instructions

To complete this assignment:


  1. 1.     Answer all of the questions below in the space provided.
  2. 2.     Reflect on the information presented in this week’s lesson and provide an insightful response to each question.


Save and Submit to Dropbox

  1. 1.     Save your work as a Microsoft Word 2010 (.docx) file that includes your name, course code, and title in the file name. For example: JaneSmith_STA2014_Week4.docx.
  2. 2.     To submit your assignment, go to the Dropbox and click "Submit Assignment."
  3. 3.     Click on the drop-down menu to select the Week 4: Individual Work basket in the Dropbox.

26. President’s State of Birth: The following table lists the presidents of the United States (as of October 2010) and their states of birth.

36. Uninsured Rates: The following data represent the percentage of people without health insurance for the 50 states and the District of Columbia in 2009.

6. Car Accidents: An article in a student newspaper claims that younger drivers are safer than older drivers and provides the following graph to support the claim. Explain how this graph is misleading.

16. Flight Time: The following data represent the flight time (in minutes) of a random sample of seven flights from Las Vegas, Nevada, to Newark, New Jersey, on Continental Airlines.

34. Mr. Zuro finds the mean height of all 14 students in his statistics class to be 68.0 inches. Just as Mr. Zuro finishes explaining how to get the mean, Danielle walks in late. Danielle is 65 inches tall. What is the mean height of the 15 students in the class?

20. Travel Time: The following data represent the travel time (in minutes) to school for nine students enrolled in Sullivan’s College Algebra course. Treat the nine students as a population.

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