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5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
 marginal probability
 symmetric histogram
 classical probability
 random sample
 class boundary
 a sample drawing where each element has a chance of being selected
 b identical on both sides of central point
 c all events have equally likely outcomes
 d midpoint of upper limit and next lower limit
 e prob. of single event with consideration of another event
5 Multiple choice questions
 combinations where order is important
 methods used to collect and analyze data to make decisions
 most occurring number
 data collected at different points or periods of time
 events that affect each other
5 True/False questions

joint probability → prob. of single event with consideration of another event

crosssection data → data collected at same point or period of time

variable → collection of measurements on a variable

factorial → !

mutually exclusive → survey of elements of sample