**Problems 1-4**

There are many problems throughout the text labeled IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Just relax; do not be afraid to give your opinion. For the most part, these questions do not have “right” or “wrong” answers. You should spend about five minutes in answering each of these questions.
Problems 5-10

See Example 1.
Problems 11-22

Use Table 14.9 and symmetry to find the
Problems 23-24

See Example 2.
Problem 25

The standard deviation of a normal distribution is the standard deviation, the number sigma. From the last section, we find know the variance is the square of the standard deviation.
Problem 26

A cumulative frequency is the sum of all preceding frequencies in which some order has been established. See Example 1.
Problem 27-28

See Example 3.
Problem 29

The variance is the square of the mean.
Problem 30

A cumulative frequency is the sum of all preceding frequencies in which some order has been established. See Example 1.
Problems 31-34

These problems give you some practice in identifying distributions. See Example 6.
Problems 35-38

See Example 3.
Problem 39

See Example 1.
Problems 40-41

These problems are included to test your understanding of the term skewed distribution.
Problems 42-45

See Example 4.
Problem 46

Use Table 14.9 and Example 4.
Problems 47-48

See Example 2.
Problem 49

Use Table 14.9 and Example 4.
Problem 50

See Example 2.
Problems 51-52

The standard deviation is the square root of the variance; see Example 2.
Problem 53

Use Table 14.9 and Example 4.
Problem 54

See Example 3; the shirt sizes are the same as “grades.”
Problems 55-56

See Example 2.
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There are many problems throughout the text labeled IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Just relax; do not be afraid to give your opinion. For the most part, these questions do not have “right” or “wrong” answers. You should spend about five minutes in answering each of these questions.

See Example 1.

Use Table 14.9 and symmetry to find the

*z*value.

See Example 2.

The standard deviation of a normal distribution is the standard deviation, the number sigma. From the last section, we find know the variance is the square of the standard deviation.

A cumulative frequency is the sum of all preceding frequencies in which some order has been established. See Example 1.

See Example 3.

The variance is the square of the mean.

A cumulative frequency is the sum of all preceding frequencies in which some order has been established. See Example 1.

These problems give you some practice in identifying distributions. See Example 6.

See Example 3.

See Example 1.

These problems are included to test your understanding of the term skewed distribution.

See Example 4.

Use Table 14.9 and Example 4.

See Example 2.

Use Table 14.9 and Example 4.

See Example 2.

The standard deviation is the square root of the variance; see Example 2.

Use Table 14.9 and Example 4.

See Example 3; the shirt sizes are the same as “grades.”

See Example 2.