This problem also requires you to use the z score

like you did in Problem 16. This problem also comes from Section. You will need to use a table of z scores (supplied on the Final Exam) to do part c.

This problem also requires you to use the z score

like you did in Problem 16. This problem also comes from Section. You will need to use a table of z scores (supplied on the Final Exam) to do part c.

A z score indicates how far above or below the mean a data value is in terms of the standard deviation. The z score is defined as

Problem 16 from Section 14.4 uses z score to decide what is more “impressive”.

In this problem you need to construct a frequency table by counting the data points that fall into specified intervals. Once this is done, you can construct a histogram from those frequencies.

To find the expected value of a game, find all of the values associated with the game *v _{1}, v_{2}, …, v_{n}* and the corresponding probabilities

*E* = *p*_{1} *v*_{1} + *p*_{2} *v*_{2} + … + *p _{n} v_{n}*

Tree diagrams are often useful for determining compound probabilities and conditional probabilities. Although you will not do a card problem on the final, it is useful for demonstrating how tree diagram are constructed. For this problem you need to remember that there are 52 card in a deck, 13 cards in each suit, and 4 cards of each denomination.

These two problems ask you to find the number of ways to do something. The key is to decide whether order matters (permutation) or order does not matter (combination). To count permutations where selections may not be repeated, we use

For combinations where selections may not be repeated, we use

Many of you may choose to use technology to compute these values. But this won’t get you very far if you cannot distinguish between when you use permutations and when you use combinations.These types of problems are covered in Section 12.3 of your textbook.

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This problem requires you to convert units. Remember that there will be a list of unit conversions attached to the exam.

This content is covered in Section 9.5.

This problem asks you to find the interest on a credit card based on average daily balance. This is essentially what you were asked to do on Project 2. This content is covered in Section 8.3 of your text.

This problem is easily confused with Problem 7 because of the payment. However, since this is an annuity you need to use the annuity formula

This content is covered in Section 8.4 of your textbook.

As soon as you see the word amortized, you need to find the amortization formula

Don’t simply go to the annuity formula when you see payments are being made since the annuity formula and the amortization formula both have payments in them.

This content is covered in Section 8.5 of your textbook.