# Stats homework 10 problems and final 20 problems

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Assignment 1: MyLabs Final Exam

By Tuesday, October 6, 2015, please complete the final exam.

You may save your work and return to it as often as needed. However, you are only permitted one attempt for each question; you cannot ask for a similar problem, and there are no tutorial buttons available.

Be sure to show your work when directed to do so; points will be deducted unless step-by-step work is shown, and partial credit cannot be awarded unless your reasoning is clear.

When you are done, select the “Submit” button to send your work to the facilitator. Once you submit your work, you cannot make any further changes. No revisions will be accepted on this assignment.

Note: Several problems on this assignment require that you show your work. A new window will pop up on these questions; please be sure that your web browser’s pop-up blocker is off, so you can complete these questions. If necessary, you can manually invoke this window by clicking the “Show Work” button on the right-hand side of the question screen. Also, several questions have more than one part; be sure to press “Enter” after answering each individual part.

There are two types of questions: short answer and essay. Your course instructor will need a few days to grade the short answer and essay-style questions. Be sure to show your work on all questions; points will be deducted unless work is shown, and partial credit cannot be awarded unless your reasoning is clear. No revisions will be accepted on this assignment.

Numerical answers should be stated to the specified number of decimal places.

 Assignment 1 Grading Criteria Maximum Points Valid solutions and correct answers. 300

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Assignment 2: MyLabs Homework

By Saturday, October 3, 2015, please complete the homework assignment for this week.

If you’re uncertain how to solve a problem, you may ask for hints, a solved example, or the relevant section of the textbook. After you enter your answer, click “Check Answer”; you must do this in order to receive credit. If you miss a problem, you may try again with a similar problem; if you get it right, you will still receive credit for that problem.

You may save your work and return to it as often as needed. You may continue working on this assignment until you have a perfect score; but you must finish your assignment by the due date in order to avoid a late penalty. Once you submit your work, you cannot make any further changes.