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(a.k.a. Mean average) Chapter 5 Describing Distributions Numerically 1 Mean is the sum of the measurements divided by the number of observations (n) in the data set n Formula: y= i =1 yi n What does the mean really measure? 4 Chapter Objectives Discuss various numerical measures of center and spread Identify the basic properties of these measures Construct box plots to summarize distributions Compare...

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Illinois State - ECO - 138
ISU Student Enrollment by Class, 2005 Class Freshmen Sohomore Junior Senior Unclassified Total Frequency 4,189 3,271 4,648 5,658 61 17,827 Relative Frequency (%) 23.50 18.35 26.07 31.74 0.34 100 = 4,189 / 17,827 * 100 = 3,271 / 17,827 * 100 = 4,648 /
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From Randomness to ProbabilityChapter 14Where Have We Been and Where are We Going?Know how to summarize data with graphs, statistics, and verbal descriptions i.e. Descriptive Statistics Still need to discuss data collection methods Understand th
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Expected Value Random VariablesOriginal payoffs: E(X) = 95(1/52) + 5(3/52) + 0(12/52) + (-5)(36/52) = -\$1.35Chapter 16Would you play for a top prize of 200? E(X) = 195(1/52) + 5(3/52) + 0(12/52) + (-5)(36/52) = \$0.6331 4Introduction to Random
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Chapter 5Describing Distributions Numerically1Chapter Objectivesssss sDiscuss various numerical measures of center and spread Identify the basic properties of these measures Construct box plots to summarize distributions Compare distrib
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Illinois State - CHE - 360
Chemistry 360 Fall 2008 Dr. Jean M. Standard October 27, 2008Problem Set 9Good review problems in Engel &amp; Reid: 8.2, 8.4, 8.6, 8.13, 8.15, 8.21, 8.22, 8.29 1. The dissociation of mercuric oxide can be described by the reaction2 HgO (s) 2 Hg (g) +
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Illinois State - CHE - 360
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Illinois State - CHE - 360
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Chemistry 360 Fall 2008 Dr. Jean M. Standard October 29, 2008Problem Set 10Good review problems in Engel &amp; Reid: 9.3, 9.4, 9.5, 9.7, 9.8, 9.9, 9.10, 9.16 1. The vapor pressure of toluene is 400 torr and that of 1,2-dimethylbenzene is 150 torr at 9
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Illinois State - CHE - 360
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