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STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Final Exam May 10, 2004 1. You have collected the following data from several individuals regarding how high they can jump, measured in inches. Assume that the population of jumping heights is normally distributed and that
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STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Exam 3 Due: April 30, 2004 1. You wish to determine whether college students prefer Columbian Dark Roast coffee or Columbian Light Roast. In a double blind experiment you ask 200 individuals to sample two cups and indicate
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STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Exam 2 26 March, 2004 1. What is the area under the standard normal distribution between -2.5 and 1.74? 2. If a population has a standard deviation of 24, what is the standard deviation of the sampling distribution of the
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STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Practice Exam 2 November 6, 2003 1. You know that the weights of samples of rock in an experiment you are conducting are normally distributed. You have the following data: Sample Weight (in ounces) A B 3.3 2.5 C D 2.8 3
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STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Exam 1 February 20, 2004 1. There are 40 students in a statistics class. 25 of these students are women. One third of the men are independent voters. There are 10 independent voters in the class. (a) Fill in the following
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STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Exam 1 Practice 2 1. Evaluate the following expressions: (a) 52 C5 = 52 5 (b) 52 P5 (c) 10 P10 (d) 2 2 i=-1 (i ) 2. Consider the set {A, B, C, D, E}. List all samples of size n = 3 from this population and calcula
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STA100 Text Sections 8.2 and 8.3 More on Confidence Intervals Recall that we are trying to estimate the center of a population Lecture 17 using the most obvious piece of information we can acquire, the sample mean x , but moving a step further an
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STA100 Lecture 15 Recall: we are trying to estimate various population parameters such as where the population is centered or and how spread out it is, or . We have so far seen that, under fairly general conditions, when we look at our sample ave
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STA100 Prof. Thistleton Statistical Methods L19 1. Interval Estimates for Population Proportion 2. Finding an Appropriate Sample Size 1
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STA100 Prof. Thistleton Statistical Methods L18 So far we have seen how to construct an interval estimate for for the following cases: 1. When the population under investigation is normally distributed and the population standard deviation is kn
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STA100 Prof. Thistleton Statistical Methods L16 Sampling Distributions Recall: we are trying to estimate various population parameters such as , or p and we are using sample statistics x, s, and p. So far we have seen that: The sampling distrib
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STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Final Exam May 10, 2004 1. You have collected the following data from several individuals regarding how high they can jump, measured in inches. Assume that the population of jumping heights is normally distributed and that
School: SUNY IT
STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Exam 3 Due: April 30, 2004 1. You wish to determine whether college students prefer Columbian Dark Roast coffee or Columbian Light Roast. In a double blind experiment you ask 200 individuals to sample two cups and indicate
School: SUNY IT
STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Exam 2 26 March, 2004 1. What is the area under the standard normal distribution between -2.5 and 1.74? 2. If a population has a standard deviation of 24, what is the standard deviation of the sampling distribution of the
School: SUNY IT
STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Practice Exam 2 November 6, 2003 1. You know that the weights of samples of rock in an experiment you are conducting are normally distributed. You have the following data: Sample Weight (in ounces) A B 3.3 2.5 C D 2.8 3
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STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Exam 1 February 20, 2004 1. There are 40 students in a statistics class. 25 of these students are women. One third of the men are independent voters. There are 10 independent voters in the class. (a) Fill in the following
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STA 100 Prof. Thistleton Exam 1 Practice 2 1. Evaluate the following expressions: (a) 52 C5 = 52 5 (b) 52 P5 (c) 10 P10 (d) 2 2 i=-1 (i ) 2. Consider the set {A, B, C, D, E}. List all samples of size n = 3 from this population and calcula
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Name_ Due_ Homework 1 o Read chapters 1 and 2 o Section 2.2: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8 o Section 2.3: 1, 2 Name__ Due_ Homework 2 o Read chapter 3 o Section 3.1: 1, 2, 7, 8, 17, 18 o Section 3.2: 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9 o Section 3.3: 8, 9 Name_ Due__ Hom