## Test 7 Section 4 #7

Test 7 Section 4 #7

## Test 7 Section 4 #37

Test 7 Section 4 #37

## Test 7, Section 4, Number 38

Hi Mike, Test 7, Section 4, Number 38. Probability: I keep losing track trying to think this through. Other than the table provided, is there a chart I can draw that will help me “see” the probabilities? Or, what’s the best / quickest way to manage this one? Thanks !

## Test 5 Section 4 Number 24

Test 5 Section 4 Number 24

## Test 5 Section 4 Number 23

Test 5 Section 4 Number 23

## A researcher conducted a survey to determine whether people in a certain large town prefer watching sports on TV to attending the sporting event…

A researcher conducted a survey to determine whether people in a certain large town prefer watching sports on TV to attending the sporting event. She asked 117 people at a local restaurant on a Saturday, and 7 people refused to respond. Which of the following factors makes it least likely that a reliable conclusion can be drawn about the sports-watching preferences of all people in the town?
A) sample size
B) population size
C) The number of people who refused
D) Where survey was given

## New SAT Math: Experimental design

The new SAT will occasionally ask you questions about experimental design—whether the results of an study conducted by some students, for example, can be generalized to an entire population, or whether some experimental intervention has a causal impact. These questions will not be rocket science, and will not require any math at all, even though they’re in (more…)