# Register now to access 7 million high quality study materials (What's Course Hero?) Course Hero is the premier provider of high quality online educational resources. With millions of study documents, online tutors, digital flashcards and free courseware, Course Hero is helping students learn more efficiently and effectively. Whether you're interested in exploring new subjects or mastering key topics for your next exam, Course Hero has the tools you need to achieve your goals.

2 Pages

### week11

Course: ST 511, Spring 2008
School: N.C. State
Rating:

#### Document Preview

511 Statistics Relevant Section: 9.8 Scheffe's S Method Characteristics: Steps 1 Example: &amp; Insects Colors Scheffe's Confidence Interval: 2

Register Now

#### Unformatted Document Excerpt

Coursehero >> North Carolina >> N.C. State >> ST 511

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one
below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.
511 Statistics Relevant Section: 9.8 Scheffe's S Method Characteristics: Steps 1 Example: & Insects Colors Scheffe's Confidence Interval: 2
Find millions of documents on Course Hero - Study Guides, Lecture Notes, Reference Materials, Practice Exams and more. Course Hero has millions of course specific materials providing students with the best way to expand their education.

Below is a small sample set of documents:

Virginia Tech - PHYS - 2205
Virginia Tech - PHYS - 2205
Virginia Tech - PHYS - 2205
Virginia Tech - PHYS - 2205
Virginia Tech - PHYS - 2205
Texas State - POSI - 3311
West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette 319 U.S. 624, 63 S.Ct. 1178 (1943) Facts: Barnette was a Jehovah Witness whose children attended public school and were forced to salute the flag under various laws that local and state governments w
Texas State - POSI - 3311
Milliken v. Bradley (1974)Facts of the Case A suit charging that the Detroit, Michigan public school system was racially segregated as a result of official policies was filed against Governor Milliken. After reviewing the case and concluding the sys
Texas State - POSI - 3311
Miller v. California 413 U.S. 15, 93 S.Ct. 2607 (1973) Facts: Marvin Miller was mailing unsolicited materials advertising adult books and films that included pictures of men and women engaged in sexual acts. 2 Miller was found guilty of violating Cal
Texas State - POSI - 3314
1 2. Explain how money and Supreme Court rulings shifted power to the federal government.Money has allowed power to shift from the states to the federal government most notably through the federal government's use of federal grant-in-aid programs (
Texas State - ENG - 2320
Essay: Frederick Douglas and Harriet Jacobs were two slaves who both wrote narratives and autobiographies to inform readers about their experiences with slavery. While Jacobs and Douglas were both born into the hardships of slavery, they each had the
Phys 1120, CAPA #3 solutions. 1) This problem is basically solved for you as an Example of the text. I HIGHLY recommend that you work it out for yourself - just taking an example from the book doesn't teach you much. But the solution is nicely writte
1.1.5 1 0.5 0 -0.5 -1 -1.5 sin(x) 1/2sin(2x)2.wireframe1 0.5 0.5-1 0 -0.5 -1 0-0.5 -0.5-0 -1-0.5159131721253. F=ma The tension in each cord is the mass of the cord times the acceleration due to gravity. F = 100kg *9.81N = 981N 1
Phys 1120, CAPA #9 solutions 1) The trick here is (as the problem hint suggested) to think of this as a stack of little pancakes, each of thickness &quot;dx&quot;. (See the picture) They are all in a row, in series, so the total resistance is the sum of the li
Phys 1120, CAPA #10 solutions. 1) This problem is about B fields from wires -BOTH wires produce B-fields at ALL points in space. So when you look at, say, point p1, it receives contributions from the upper and lower wire. In this case (since the curr
Phys 1120, CAPA #2 solutions. NOTE: Here, I will provide &quot;generic&quot; solution. Since the numbers and some details vary a little, your problems may look a wee bit different, but this solution should tell you enough to solve your problem) The answers to
Homework 1 Solutions 1.Find the solutions of 2 x 2 + x - 21 = 0 .= (2 x + 7)( x - 3) = (2 x + 7) = 0 and ( x - 3) = 0 7 x = 3,- 22. If f ( x) = 2 x 2 + 17 , what is the expression for f ( x) ? Plugx into the equation in place of x to get:2f (
Phys 1120, CAPA #4 solutions. 1) Look at last week's similar problem, near the end. This is pretty much the same. Here's the big picture: Gauss' law tells us that Flux is proportional to Q(inside). In this problem, symmetry says E must be radial ever
Phys 1120, CAPA #5 solutions. 1) This problem gives you a configuration (parallel plates, a given distance d apart) which is quite familiar by now. We accelerate a particle (with given mass and charge) across a given voltage V. I ask for kinetic ener
Phys 1120, CAPA #6 solutions. 1) At the origin, the + on our left makes a &quot;right&quot; E field, the - on our right ALSO makes a &quot;right&quot; E field ( - charges ATTRACT a positive test charge, + charges REPEL), and the + below us makes an &quot;up&quot; E field. These a
Phys 1120, CAPA #7 solutions. 1) The relevant formula we need comes back in Chapter 28.1, where Knight tells us how current is related to the motion of electrons, i = n A v(drift). Note that i here is NOT the current (!), it's the &quot;electron current&quot;,
Phys 1120, CAPA #8 solutions. 1) The key thing to work out for yourself is that if you have two resistors in parallel, and one of them is decreased, the effective R of the pair also goes DOWN. (I find it helpful to exaggerate if one of them becomes a
Rgas MW m V A B C_8314 18.02 3.755 3.142 12.559 2354.7 280.709Pa m3/kmol K kg/kmol kg m3METHOD 1: Iteration Table Temp (C) Temp (K) 0.00 273.15 38.31 311.46 40.79 313.94 40.94 314.09 40.95 314.10 Pressure (Pa) Temp (C) 150612.22 38.31 171734.19
University of ColoradoIntroduction to Engineering Computing GEEN 1300 Spring 2008 Homework 5 SolutionsProblem 2 on page 367 of Volume II of the textbook. Begin by re-reading section 3 of Chapter 12, especially pp 326-329, and reviewing slides 20-2
Question 1 : &gt; A=[-1 2 7;2 0 3;1 -2 4]; &gt; B=[1 -3 1;3 4 5;2 -1 8]; &gt; I=eye(3); &gt; A*B ans = 19 4 65 8 -9 26 3 -15 23 &gt; B*A ans = -6 0 2 10 -4 53 4 -12 43 &gt; A*I ans = -1 2 2 0 1 -2 &gt; A' ans = -1 2 7 2 1 0 -2 3 4 7 3 4&gt; det(B) ans = 68 &gt; inv(A) ans =
#1 x_calc(1:11)=0; t=[0 0.2041 0.4082 0.6122 0.8163 1.0204 1.2245 1.4286 1.6326 1.8367 2.0408]; for i=1:11 x_calc(i)=-4.95*t(i)^2+10.0*t(i)+0.0063; %the last calculated value was &lt;0 %the projectile hit the ground before t=2.04 %you should not the &quot;x_
Phys 1120, CAPA #1 solutions. NOTE: Here, I will provide &quot;generic&quot; solution. Since the numbers and some details vary a little, your problems may look a wee bit different, but this solution should tell you enough to solve your problem) NOTE: The answe
Washington - RELIG - 201
Religion 201 Final Study GuideShort Answer 1. Luther believed that priest should not mediate between individual and God. Movement towards priesthood of all believers in Protestantism. No hierarchy in religion, and the bible was the sole authority. 2
Washington - PHIL - 267
Problems/arguments/positions/objections to know: Euthyphro problem p.230 Plato's manuscript about morality called Euthyphro, that includes a moral dilemma about the Gods and piety. Plato depicts a dialogue between Socrates and Euthyphro, who is prose
Washington - OCEAN - 102
Oceanography 102, Winter 2007 I. Ocean Currents Temperature and salinity properties of the Gulf Stream and how they originate Role of Gulf Stream in affecting European climate Two-way relationship between Gulf Stream and N. Atlantic deep water format
Washington - PHIL - 267
Phil 267: Autumn 2007 Study questions for midterm: (you are, of course, also responsible for knowing the material from the first half of the term as well, you we advise you to look back at your midterm study guide) 1. Explain why one might think that
Washington - OCEAN - 102
Ocean 102 Study Guide 2 Matthew Maury was the first guy to write book on oceanography. Used depth sounding to find the route for the transatlantic cable. Thomson used leadline sounding, trenches. Wanted to map the sea floor. Sunken continent. Belie
Washington - OCEAN - 102
ATLANTIC COD: Natural history Once this was the worlds largest and most productive fishery It existed on both sides of the N. Atlantic Provided one of the major food sources for the pilgrims A key economic factor in early America especially in Massac
Washington - PHIL - 338
PHIL 338A. FINAL EXAM REVIEW QUESTIONS The Final Exam will take place in Miller 301 at 2:30 pm on Wednesday, Dec. 12. PLEASE BRING ONE OR MORE BLANK EXAM BOOKS AND A PEN TO THE EXAM. EXAM BOOKS WITH NOTES WRITTEN ON THEM OR WITH PAGES MISSING WILL NO
Washington - RELIG - 201
Ninety-nine names in Quran help us to understand God's nature 94 positive traits, 5 negative traits (anger or retribution) Human beings: God's greatest creation God created the intellect first of all things God's universal nature is emphasized Quran
Washington - PHIL - 267
11. Explain why one might think that the free will defense requires a supporting theodicy. There are two ways the theist can respond to the argument from evil: 1. a theodicy, the reason why God permits evil, and 2. a defense, a way to undermine the
Washington - PHIL - 114
Philosophy 114 Final Review Guide KEY TERMS Tort o A wrongful injury o A private or civil wrong that is not a breach of contract. o A tort is some action taken by the defendant which results from a breach of legal duty owed by the defendant to the pl
Washington - PHIL - 338
Study Guide / Midterm Review Philosophy of Human Rights (Phil 338) 1a.) Normative terms are terms that have action-guiding force. Some common normative terms are: ought, duty, obligation, permissible, and forbidden. When applied to actions, appropri
Washington - PHIL - 114
Midterm #1 Review Guide Legal Adversary Method o Our method of law in which we have champions who fight for our cases. Defendant vs. prosecutor style of law. Inquisitional Method o An independent court does its own investigation and then makes a deci
Washington - PHIL - 114
KEY TERMS Stare decisis o &quot;let stand the precedent&quot; Liberalism o The view that the main function of the legal system is to secure basic rights and freedoms to citizens and establish a zone within which each individual may choose what is &quot;good&quot; Ratio
Washington - COM - 202
COM 202 - Midterm Study Guide (Winter 2008) Midterm: Tuesday, February 12, 1:30-3:20. This study guide is not a substitute for a thorough reading and understanding of the course materials (reading, lecture, and sections). You should be able to recogn
Washington - COM - 202
COM 202 Final Exam Study Guide (Winter 2008)The final exam for this class is scheduled for Friday, March 21, 2:30-4:20. If you are taking the alternate exam, it is scheduled for Monday, March 17 th, 12:30-2:20. Please pay close attention to the tim