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UC Davis | STATS 144
1sampling Theory
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• Drake, C,
• Llee

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6.8 a) By using cumulative-size method, the table (similar to table 6.1 on page 186 ) is as follows: STATE LAND AREA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia 50750 570374 113642 5
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Name: Statistics 144 - Sample Exam 1 Fall Quarter 2008 PROBLEM 1 Suppose a population of N = 6 units has the following values y1 = 10, y2 = 6, y3 = 9, y4 = 11, y5 = 17 and y6 = 14. Suppose, we take a sample of size n = 3 (a) Give the sampling distrib
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HW1 Solution B2. P2 2. Consider a population of 8 units (x1, .,x8). Suppose you take a simple random sample of size 3 with replacement. a. List all possible values of the sample total T. ans: 33 37 39 56 57 58 41 43 60 61 62 45 63 64 79 80 81 82 8
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Statistics 144 - Assignment 2 Due October 29, 2008 P1: Problem 1, chapter 3,page 89 P2: Problem 4, chapter 3, page 89 P3: Problem 5, chapter 3, page 90 P4: Problem 23, chapter 3, page 92 P5: Problem 1, chapter 4, page 118 P6: Problem 3, chapter 4, p
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Statistics 144 - Assignment 3 Due November 20, 2008 P1: Problem 1, chapter 5, page 169 P2: Problem 2, chapter 5, page 169 P3: Problem 3, chapter 5, page 170 P4: Problem 4, chapter 5, page 170 P5: Problem 12, chapter 5, page 172 P6: Problem 15, chapt
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Statistics 144 - Assignment 4 Due December 5, 2008 P1: Problem 1, chapter 6, page 213 P2: Problem 2, chapter 6, page 214 P3: Problem 8, chapter 6, page 215 P4: Problem 9, chapter 6, page 215 P5: Problem 10, chapter 6, page 215
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Example, chapter 2 U = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} with (y1 , ., y6 ) = (98, 102, 154, 133, 190, 175). yU = 142 S 2 = 1431.11 S = 37.83 There are 20 different samples of size n = 3. sample (y1 , y2 , y3 ) (y1 , y2 , y4 ) (y1 , y2 , y5 ) (y1 , y2 , y6 ) (y1
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Statistics 144 - Sample Exam 1 Solutions Fall Quarter 2008 PROBLEM 1 Suppose a population of N = 6 units has the following values y1 = 10, y2 = 6, y3 = 9, y4 = 11, y5 = 17 and y6 = 14. Suppose, we take a sample of size n = 3 (a) Give the sampling di
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