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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 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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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
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STA100 Sample Project: Dispositional Optimism and Gender at SUNYIT Team Members: WT Research Question: Is there a difference in dispositional optimism between SUNYIT Men and SUNYIT Women? Overview: Dispositional Optimism was measured via Scheier and
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STA100 Prof. Thistleton Statistical Methods L13 Continuous Distributions The Normal Random Variable: One of the most important continuous distributions in probability and statistics is the normal distribution. As we will see later, the distributi
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STA100 Prof. Thistleton Statistical Methods L12 Recall: If a population or experiment has only two types of outcomes (e.g. coin toss: HEADS/TAILS) traditionally called success or failure, and if these outcomes are independent from trial to trial,
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STA100 Prof. Thistleton Statistical Methods L13 Continuous Distributions The Normal Random Variable: One of the most important continuous distributions in probability and statistics is the normal distribution. As we will see later, the distributi
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STA100 Prof. Thistleton Statistical Methods L12 Recall: If a population or experiment has only two types of outcomes (e.g. coin toss: HEADS/TAILS) traditionally called success or failure, and if these outcomes are independent from trial to trial,
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Prof. Thistleton STA100 Statistical Methods Lecture 2 Text Sections: Chapter 2 Sections 1 Basic Goal of the Chapter: Given a set of data (from a population or from a sample) we would like to be able to view the data "all at once" with a picture, r
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Prof. Thistleton Text Sections: Chapter 1 STA100 Statistical Methods Lecture 1 Basic Goal of the Course: Derive useful information from data, i.e. try to answer questions we find interesting. Example: Suppose that you have heard that the rate of "
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STA100 Prof. Thistleton Statistical Methods L8 Simple Counting Arguments: Suppose you are putting together a Mr. Potato Head and you have in front of you 4 mouths, 3 noses, and 2 sets of eyes. How many dierent faces can you make? multistage pro
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STA100 Prof. Thistleton Recall: Mean Variance and Standard Deviation Chebyshev's Theorem. Statistical Methods L4 Show that Chebyshev's theorem is satisfied in the following data set: Stem-and-Leaf Plot Frequency Stem 6 0. 8 0. 16 0. 17 0. 17 1.
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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
School: SUNY IT
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 Final Exam December 9, 2003 1. A certain population has a mean of 120 and a standard deviation of 5. (a) If we sample from this population with samples of size 100, compute the mean x and standard deviation x of the sampli
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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