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1. A meteorologist believes that there is a relationship between the height above sea level,
ft m, and the air temperature, t
oC. Data is collected at the same time from 9 diflerent
places on the same mountain. The data is summarised in the table below.
h t400 1 100 260 840 900 550 1230 100 770
t 3 10 20 9 10 l3 5 24 16
:
[You may assume that Zh:7150, ) r:t to, >h'z :7171s00, >)P 1116'
:
>th - 64980 and S,, 371.561
(a) Calculate S,,, and S,,,,. Give your answers to 3 significant figures'
(3)
(b) Calculate the product moment corelation coefficient ior this data.
(2)
(c) State whether of not your value supports the use of a regression equation to predict the
air temperature at different heights on this mountain. Give a reason for your answer.
(1)
(d) Find the equation of the regression line ol I on ft giving your answer in the form
7: o+ bh.
(4)
(e) Interpret the value of b.
(1)
(f) Estimate the difference in air temperature between a height of 500 m and a height of
1000 m.
. (2)
o)
=- -O'q 52*
c) e\es/ r rS chse -16
-SuJ)est co-3tt"'e-
d) b. StX
= -o.ol5oa+
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The marks of a group of female students in a statistics test are summarised in Figure I
Females
Males
10 20 30 40 50 60 '70 80 90 100
Mark
Figure 1
(a) Write down the mark which is exceeded by 7 5o/o of the female students'
(1)
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In the space provided on Figure 1 draw a box plot to represent the marks ofthe male
students, indicating clearly any outliers.
(s)
(d) Compare and contrast the marks of the male and the female students.
(2)
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= 1--15
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In a company the 200 employees are classified as full{ime workers, part-time workers or
contractors.
The table below shows the number of employees in each category and whether they walk
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Walk Transpolt +.rt.r,L
Full{ime worker 2 8 l()
Part-time worker 35 15 lro
Contractor 30 50 go
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The following table summarises the tifires, I minutes to the nearest minute, recorded for a
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t=r s At
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A biased die with six faces is rolled. The discrete random variable x represents the score
on the uppermost face. The probability distribution of Xis shown in the table be1ow.
.x I 2 3 4 5 6
P(X: x) o a a b h 0.3
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(s)
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(1)
(c) Find Var(5 - 3,1)
(3)
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The weight, in grams, of beans in a tin is normally distributed with mean p and standard
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Given that 10% of tins contain less than 200 g, find
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