• 1 Page pro2
    Pro2

    School: Colorado

    Project #2 ISTRUCTIONS: The goal of this project is to give everyone a chance to experience everything involved in setting up and performing a statistical study. This project is due Friday, December 15, 2006, at the beginning of lecture. Late labs wi

  • 2 Pages hw7
    Hw7

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4570/5570 Homework #7 This homework assignment covers 4.4-5.1 of the course textbook. The assignment is due Friday, Mar. 9 and is worth 5 points. Please do the following problems and show all your work. If you show your work, you can get partial

  • 7 Pages pro1
    Pro1

    School: Colorado

    Project #1 INTRODUCTION: The goal of this lab is to provide everyone in the class with a formal introduction to MVPStats. MVPStats provides a powerful statistical analysis and data management system in a graphical environment, using descriptive menus

  • 2 Pages section_2_2
    Section_2_2

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4/5570 Assigned Problems for Monday, September 5th Section 2.2 (continued) 15. Consider the type of clothes dryer (gas or electric) purchased by each of five different customers at a certain store. a. If the probability that at most one of these

  • 2 Pages section_7_2_and_7_3
    Section_7_2_and_7_3

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4/5570 Assigned Problems for Wednesday, October 31st Section 7.2 18. The article "Ultimate Load Capacities of Expansion Anchor Bolts" (J. Energy Engr., 1993: 139-158) gave the following summary data on shear strength (kip) for a sample of 3/8-in

  • 1 Page section_2_5
    Section_2_5

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4/5570 Assigned Problems for Wednesday, September 17th (continued Section 2.5 71. An oil exploration company currently has two active projects, one in Asia and the other in Europe. Let A be the event that the Asian project is successful and let

  • 2 Pages section_3_4_and_3_5
    Section_3_4_and_3_5

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4/5570 Assigned Problems for Monday, September 24th Section 3.4 46. Compute the following binomial probabilities directly from the formula for b(x; n, p): a. b(3; 8, .35) b. b(5; 8, .6) c. P (3 X 5) when n = 7 and p = .6 d. P (1 X) when n = 9

  • 1 Page section_5_1
    Section_5_1

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4/5570 Assigned Problems for Wednesday, October 17th Section 5.1 6. Let X denote the number of Canon digital cameras sold during a particular week by a certain store. The pmf of X is x 0 1 2 3 4 pX (x) .1 .2 .3 .25 .15 Sixty percent of all custo

  • 2 Pages section_5_2_and_5_3
    Section_5_2_and_5_3

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4/5570 Assigned Problems for Monday, October 22nd Section 5.2 (continued) 27. Annie and Alvie have agreed to meet for lunch between noon (0:00 P.M.) and 1:00 P.M. Denote Annie's arrival time by X, Alvie's by Y and suppose X and Y are independent

  • 1 Page tstflow
    Tstflow

    School: Colorado

    START HERE Discrete Independent or Dependent? Independent Fishers Exact Test Type of Data? McNemars Test Dependent Accept Ho Two Sample t for 1 = 2 Accept Normality of Both Populations Continuous Test 2 Groups for Normality F-Test for Equality

  • 19 Pages April17
    April17

    School: Colorado

    An Introduction to R Lecture notes of April 17 APPM 4/5570 The R Project R is a programming language for statistical computing and graphics. Free software Similar to S and S-Plus R was created by Ross Ihaka and Robert Gentleman at the University

  • 1 Page practice_exam1
    Practice_exam1

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4/5570: Statistical Methods Practice Midterm # 1 1. Ten telephones have just been received at an authorized service center. Four of these telephones are cellular, three are cordless, and the other three are corded phones. Suppose that these co

  • 2 Pages section_3_6_and_4_1
    Section_3_6_and_4_1

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4/5570 Assigned Problems for Monday, September 24th Section 3.6 82. Consider writing onto a computer disk and then sending it through a certier that counts the number of missing pulses. Suppose this number X has a Poisson distribution with param

  • 2 Pages section_1_4_and_2_1and2
    Section_1_4_and_2_1and2

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4/5570 Assigned Problems for Friday, August 31st Section 1.4 50. In 1997 a woman sued a computer keyboard manufacturer, charging that her repetitive stress injuries were caused by the keyboard (Genessy v. Digital Equipment Corp.). The injury awa

  • 4 Pages Fall06_Exam1
    Fall06_Exam1

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4570/5570 FALL 2006 EXAM #1 Instructions: Please remember to write your name on your blue book. You will have 1 hours to complete the exam. You are allowed to use your course textbook and a calculator. No notes of any kind are allowed. The first

  • 28 Pages Ch4-slides
    Ch4-slides

    School: Colorado

    Continuous Random Variables and Probability Distributions (Chapter 4) Outline Introduce continuous random variables. Introduce probability distributions most commonly used in decision making. Explain how to use the expected value, E(X), to m

  • 5 Pages sample1
    Sample1

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4570/5570 SAMPLE EXAM I October 3, 2007 Fall 2007 NOTE: This sample exam is much longer than the actual exam will be. Expect 5-6 questions. SHOW WORK: Correct answers with no work shown will receive NO credit while incorrect answers with cor

  • 4 Pages solution1
    Solution1

    School: Colorado

    APPM 4/5570: Statistical Methods Solutions for Homework #1 1. (a) S = {1324, 1342, 1423, 1432, 2314, 2341, 2413, 2431, 3124, 3142, 3214, 3241, 4123, 4132, 4213, 4231}. (b) A = {2314, 2341, 2413, 2431}. (c) B = {1324, 1342, 2314, 2341, 3124, 3142, 3

  • 8 Pages 7step
    7step

    School: Colorado

    The 7Step Procedure for Hypothesis Testing 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) State the null (H0) and research (H1) hypotheses. State the maximum risk of committing a Type I Error () that management was willing to accept when the study was designed. State the

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