# 02402 · Exercise Quiz 4

## Question 1 of 2

Seven patients with moderately elevated blood pressure, which had learned to measure their own blood pressure, were enrolled in a study for examine their blood pressure. The patients measured their blood pressure one morning and evening, standing up and laying down. The measured blood pressure (in mm HG) for the four situations is given in the following table:

Patient | Morning | Morning | Evening | Evening |
---|---|---|---|---|

lying | standing | lying | standing | |

1 | 143 | 148 | 152 | 157 |

2 | 144 | 149 | 151 | 152 |

3 | 141 | 153 | 155 | 155 |

4 | 135 | 141 | 149 | 156 |

5 | 153 | 157 | 163 | 165 |

6 | 152 | 139 | 165 | 168 |

7 | 159 | 157 | 162 | 166 |

What is the 3rd quartile (upper) for the blood pressure measured lying down in the morning using the definition of the eBook Chapter 1?

## Question 2 of 2

In a classical study it is observed that out of 6115 families with 12 children, 38100 of the 73380 children in total are boys. How many families with exactly 6 boys can be expected if the binomial distribution is used to describe the number of boys out of 12 children in a family.