# Past Tests | Term Test 2

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## Winter 2021 – Term Test #2

Author: Jason

This test has three (multi-part) questions covering the content from Chapters 5, 7-10. There is a strong focus on Binomial probabilities, z-scores and the normal distributions, and the distribution of the sample mean. My video solutions will walk you through all of the answers from scratch with a step-by-step approach.

2320-TT2-2021-Winter

### Answer Key for Winter 2021 Term Test 2:

• 1a) P(x = 3) = 0.25
• 1a) E(x) = 2, σx = 1
• 1c) No, her claim seems to be false. If p = 0.5, then the probability of selecting five or fewer customers who have at least one movie channel is only 0.0207.
• 1d) P(8 < x < 12) = 0.4966
• 2a) P(both have a diameter > 28 ) = 0.0045
• 2b) μ = 26.66
• 2c) P(p̂ > 0.30) = 0.9980
• 2d) P(x̄1 - x̄2 > 1) = 0.0096
• 3a) P(x=240) = 0
• 3b) P(250 < x < 260) = 0.025
• 3c) n = 27
• 3d) B = 7.7476

## Winter 2018 – Term Test #2

Author: Jason

Here are the short answer questions from the most recent exam written in ADMS 2320, along with my complete step-by-step solutions.

## Fall 2017 Term Test #2

Author: Jason

Here are the short answer questions from the most recent exam written in ADMS 2320, along with my complete step-by-step solutions.

## Fall 2016 Term Test #2

Author: Jason

This past test contains two very typical test questions; The first is a Chapter 7 binomial question requiring use of the binomial formula and the binomial tables. The second question combines the methods you've learned in Chapter 9 and Chapter 10. You're expected to describe the shape, center and variability of a sampling distribution of the sample mean, and then use this information to estimate a population mean. The solutions to both of these questions are available with the Term Test #2 Bundle or the Full Course Bundle.

## Past Term Test 2 Questions

Author: Jason

Here you will find my package of past term-test questions – with their full solutions – customized to cover ALL the main sections of the chapters on your upcoming term test.