- Dates: 11/29/2021 - 12/05/2021
|Hypothesis Tests for Two Proportions||[ClassTranscribe]||[YouTube]||[Notes]|
|Hypothesis Tests for Two Means||[ClassTranscribe]||[YouTube]||[Notes]|
|Chi-Square Goodness-of-Fit Test||[ClassTranscribe]||[YouTube]||[Notes]|
- Lab 11 - 11:59 PM Tuesday 11/30/2021
- HW 11 - 11:59 PM Friday 12/03/2021 (80% - 11:59 PM Sunday 12/05/2021)
Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Friday 12/10/2021.
- You will be given 180 minutes to complete the exam.
- Format: PrairieLearn exam.
- Location: Online through Zoom proctoring.
- Option 1: Friday 12/10/2021, 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
- Option 2: Friday 12/10/2021, 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
- To take the conflict exam, please submit a conflict request here by 7:00 PM Thursday 12/09/2021. After that, I will not approve any conflict exam request.
- Scratch papers and writing utensil.
- R and RStudio installed on your computer.
Calculator. A graphing calculator is useful but not necessary. Your calculator should be able to perform:
One 8.5" x 11" sheet with notes.
- You may use both sides.
- You may write whatever you please.
- You may type and print your notes sheet.
- Practice Exam will be released exactly 7 days before the exam date.
- The practice exam is just a practice. The actual final exam might cover more materials than those shown in the practice exam. That means topics NOT covered in the practice exam MIGHT still appear on the final exam, and topics covered on the practice exam MIGHT not appear on the final exam!
In short, don’t cheat. Any violation will be punished as harshly as possible.
How many problems are on the exam?
- This question is irrelevant since each problem could have an arbitrary number of parts. A one problem exam could easily be written to be longer than a ten problem exam.
How long will it take to do the exam?
- If you are well prepared and manage your time efficiently: Under 120 minutes.
- If you are ill prepared or manage your time poorly: Over 120 minutes.
- You should not focus on this. Focus on practicing and being able to do questions of the types you’ve seen on homework. Let me worry about this. And believe me, I worry about this a lot.
Modified from David Dalpiaz’s exam policy with permission.