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Chapter 12 Sections 4 & 5 Assessment

Complete the following problems on a separate sheet of paper using your own handwriting (no typing or

digital graphics). Make sure that you show ALL of the steps required to solve each problem. You ARE

allowed to use notes, formula sheets, the book, internet resources, and a calculator. You ARE NOT

allowed to use other human beings to help. When you are finished type your final answers in this

document and then upload a picture with all of your work. You can do this using the app Adobe Scan

(free with your burbankusd credentials) or by uploading images of your work to different pages in a

google doc. Make sure that your pictures are clear, legible, and that there is not a bunch of extra space

around the edges of your paper in the picture.

1. From past records, a store finds that 0.____ ____ of people who enter the store will make a

purchase. Fill in the blanks with the last two digits of your 5 digit student number (so if your

student number is 26781, write 0.81).

a. Explain why this random variable will have a binomial distribution.

b. Eight people enter the store during a one-hour period. Find each of the following

probabilities to complete the binomial probability table. Round your answers to 6 decimal

places.

x

p(x)

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

c. What is the probability that exactly 3 customers will make a purchase?

d. What is the probability that less than 5 of the customers will make a purchase?

e. What is the probability that 6 or more of the customers will make a purchase?

f. What is the expected number (expected value) of customers who will make a purchase?

2. At a raffle, 1____ ____ tickets are sold at $2 each for 1 prize worth $250, 2 prizes worth $60, and

10 prizes worth $10. Fill in the blanks with your birth day written as 2 digits (so if your birthday

is February 9, write 109). What is the expected value? Should you buy a ticket? Explain your

reasoning.

Rubric

Score

General Meaning

10

Met objective w/ precision: shows understanding with NO mistakes.

9.5

Met objective: shows understanding with minor mistakes.

8.7

Almost met objective: shows understanding but made multiple small mistakes

7.5

Progress made toward objective: shows some understanding but made multiple

mistakes

6.3

Attempted objective: shows little understanding but still attempted parts of the

problem

5

Did not meet objective: shows no understanding but still attempted parts of the

problem

3

Missing: no attempt made

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