Problems are from:
Larose, Daniel T. 2014. Discovering the Fundamentals of Statistics, second edition. Freeman.

Answers to odd numbered problems are in the back of the text, answers to listed even numbered problems are here

p.4 (1.1) 1,2,6
p.14 (1.2) 4,7,13,14,19,50,51(population cannot be determined),53,54,55,64
p.45 (2.1) 1,2,15,16,17,18,39
p.62 (2.2) 1,2,22,23,24,25,27,32,33,34,35,36
p.77 (2.4) 6,7
p.92 (3.1) 3,15,23(also midrange(from lecture and problem 63),31,47,56,63; look at 64,65,66
p.109 (3.2) 1,9,11,23,29,35,calculate the sample variance and standard deviation for that data set,51,52,53,54,89,90
p.118 (3.3) 1,5,9,11(also median(from lecture))
p.132 (3.4) 1,3,15,17,19,25,31
p.142 (3.5) 3,19,20,21,24,25

[First Test]

p.205 (5.1) 3,12,16,21,25,26,27,28,71,73,75
p.214 (5.2) 5,41,57,58,59,60,61,62,66,73,75,77
p.230 (5.3) 3,63,79,81,82,83,84,89,90,98,102,103,104,105
p.245 (5.4) 3,8,17,19,25,27,29,31,33,37,39,43,45,46,51,54,60
p.263 (6.1) 2,7,9,19,21,22,55
p.276 (6.2) 6,8,35,36,37,38,39,40,50,54,57(the instructor choosing the questions randomly is irrelevant),61
p.285 (6.3) 1,9,25,26,27,29,30,32,34,41
p.296 (6.4) 3,5,7,15,17,19,21,41,47,56,66,68
p.309 (6.5) 1,9,13,15,23,29,33,35(is this continuous or discrete?),59,61,69,71
p.315 (6.6) 7,14,15,21,26,30,32
p.329 (7.1) 2,5,11,17,23,29,40,44
p.340 (7.2) 5,11,15,16,17,25,26,31

[Second Test]

p.348 (7.3) 5,7,28,35,39,43
p.366 (8.1) 7,8,25,27,31,39,41,45,47,49,53,61
p.378 (8.2) 35 (use s for sigma)
p.390 (8.3) 9,13,17,19,32,41,59,60,61
p.412 (9.1) 9,13,15,20,21
p.420 (9.2) 2,13,15,21,23,31,39
p.433 (9.3) 11,13,19,21,29,37
p.460 (9.5) 6,7,11,15,21,23,29,31
p.541 (11.1) 2,7(phraseology is poor),9,11,15,19,21,27,31
p.554 (11.2) 4,5,7,11,12,19,29(make sure you multiply by 1000, the chi-squared value in the back of the text may be wrong),30

[Third Test]

[notationin the text is confusing, s has two meanings in this secton] p.160 (4.1) 8,9,13,15,18,19,23,35,43,44,55,56
p.174 (4.2) 34,7,9,12,13,53
p.185 (4.3) 6,7,11,23,29,37,41

[Final]