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    May2013-MAT201-mod5-slp-EastmanJ

    School: Trident

    Course: MAT 201

    ... (weibull.com, 2009). This tool separates the total variability found within a data set into two components: random and systematic factors. The random factors do not have any statistical influence on the given data set, while the systematic fac...

  • 6 Pages WA3-TEXAS HOLD'EM
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    School: Thomas Edison State

    Course: STATISTICS 201

    ... 6*(1/17)*(16/17)^5 = 0.2606 for 6-handed. Gives you, “trips” that is, and contains exactly 1 card of your denomination and 2 other unpaired cards. Gives you, “quads”, that is, contains 2 cards of your denomination. Gives you “boat”, that...

  • 2 Pages STA-201 PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS.WA3
    STA-201 PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS.WA3

    School: Edison State College

    Course: STA 201

    STA-201: PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS. CASE STUDY: TEXAS HOLD'EM. A. The probability that you are dealt pocket aces is 1/221, or 0.00452 to three significant digits. If you studied either Section 4.5 and 4.6 or Section 4.8, verify that probability...

  • 28 Pages Solution Final Exam xid-3317183_1
    Solution Final Exam Xid-3317183_1

    School: Houston Downtown

    Course: STAT 3309

    ... If 40 different applicants are randomly selected, find the probability that their mean is above 215. A) 0.3821 B) 0.4713 C) 0.1179 D) 0.0287 24) The annual precipitation amounts in a certain mountain range are normally distributed with a mean ...

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  • 5 Pages M50%2BNotes%2BCh01
    M50%2BNotes%2BCh01

    School: Pasadena

    Course: STAT 1437

    ... Explain the importance of computers and calculators in statistics. ▪ Data are observations (such as measurements and survey responses) that have been collected or observed. ▪ Statistics is the science of conducting studies to collect, orga...

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    MATH208_Course_Outline

    School: Concordia Canada

    Course: MATH 208

    Departmental website: http://www.mathstat.concordia.ca Department of Mathematics & Statistics Concordia University MATH 208 Fundamental Mathematics I Winter 2012 Instructor*: Office/Tel No.: Office Hours: *Students should get the above informa...

  • 10 Pages Final_exam_review_detailed_answers
    Final_exam_review_detailed_answers

    School: DeVry Chicago

    Course: MATH 221

    ... 4. If we have the following data 34, 38, 22, 21, 29, 37, 40, 41, 22, 20, 49, 47, 20, 31, 34, 66 Draw a stem and leaf. Discuss the shape of the distribution. Solution: 2 | 2 1 9 2 0 0 3 | 4 8 7 1 4 4 | 0 1 9 7 5 | 6 | 6 This distribution is r...

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    School: Iowa State

    Course: STAT 105

    Chapter 5 – Probability: The Mathematics of Randomness. Section 5.1: (Discrete) Random Variables. Definition 1: A random variable (rv) is a quantity that (prior to observation) can be thought of as dependent on chance phenomena. We usually use ca...

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  • 5 Pages MAT300 Assignment 1
    MAT300 Assignment 1

    School: Strayer University Springfield Campus

    Course: MAT 300

    ... bottles. The mean for this data set is 14.87 ounces, the median for this data set is 14.8 ounces, and the standard deviation for this data set is 0.55 ounces (rounded to two decimal places). The ...

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    Course: STATS GM533

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    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: STATS GM533

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    Course: MAT MAT201

    ... The session long project in the class required that I take a running tally of an unpredictable variable. I chose to add up the total number of text messages that I received each day. With this collection of data I had a chance to apply what I ...

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    School: Harvard

    Course: STATS 107

    ... (A theory of risk) This is a question about valuing risk versus return. This is what investing and portfolio optimization is all about! Course Overview Single Period Random Cash Flows Topics: •Probability •Mean/Variance Analysis •CAPM 28 ...

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    ... k=0 (−1) k[ ∑ I∈Im ∑ J⊂Ic, #(J)=k P[AI ∩ AJ] ] = n−m ∑ k=0 (−1) k [(m + k m )∑ K∈Im+k P[AK] ] . 4–3 Stat25100 Lecture 4 EXAMPLE: A MATCHING PROBLEM • Two identical decks of n distinct cards are thoroughly shuffled and...

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    School: Columbia

    Course: STAT W4315

    ... Multiple linear Regression Linear algebra review Matrix approach to linear regression Multiple predictor variables Diagnostics Tests Model selection Other topics (If time permits) Principle Component Analysis Generalized Linear Models Introduc...

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    Course: STAT 3309

    ... If 40 different applicants are randomly selected, find the probability that their mean is above 215. A) 0.3821 B) 0.4713 C) 0.1179 D) 0.0287 24) The annual precipitation amounts in a certain mountain range are normally distributed with a mean ...

  • 10 Pages STAT 230 Final Exam
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    Course: STAT 230

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    Course: MATH 302

    ... Ca discrete random variable, Da continuous random variable, Answer Key: C. Question 7 of 20, 1.0/ 1.0 Points. The following data were obtained from a survey of college students. The variable X represents the number of non-assigned books read d...

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    School: Houston Downtown

    Course: STAT 3309

    ... What brand of car would you expect the average or typical owner to drive? Ford Cadillac Buick BMW Toyota 11. What would the mean mileage be (in mpg)? 30 25 29 28.5 none 12. The Sample standard deviation of these mileages, rounded to the neares...

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    School: CUNY Baruch

    Course: STATISTICS 9708

    ... selected for analysis. (The plant employees 250.) For this study, the average number days absent for these 50 employees is a _____. M A. population. BApp B. sample. C. parameter. D. statistic. C 29. The lowest level of data ...

  • 2 Pages NRinger_wk4_HW_Assignment_01282012
    NRinger_wk4_HW_Assignment_01282012

    School: Rasmussen College

    Course: STA 4020

    ... 0.3668. 4) P(x ≥ 4). P(x4)=1-P(x=0,1,2,3)=1-(10c0x0.40x0.610+10c1x0.41x0. 69+10c2x0.42x0.68+10c3x0.43x0.67)=1-0.3822=. 0.6177. 5) E(x) =np. E(X)=np=10x0.4=4. 6) Standard Deviation = , where q = 1 - p. Use the following scenario to answer the...

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    23worksheet

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    Course: STATISTICS 1

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    MATH221_W2_Lab Nealia Francis

    School: DeVry Chicago

    Course: MATH 221

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    STAT200 Lab11

    School: Penn State

    Course: STAT 200

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    Lab Activity 4 Answers

    School: Penn State

    Course: STAT 200

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    Lab Activity 7

    School: Penn State

    Course: STAT 200

    ... Use the Class Survey data in the Datasets folder to test whether the current population of PSU undergrads at UP campus differs from this claim. Again, first by hand and then with Minitab. The descriptive statistics are: sample size is 216; sam...

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    School: Grand Canyon

    Course: STATISTICS 355

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    Course: STAT 3311

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    School: Governor Wallace Rider Farrington High School

    Course: MATH Math Test

    ... And, as long as the variable contains at least two different values in the data sheet, it will produce a correlation coefficient when selected along with any other variable that meets the same criterion. ...

  • 4 Pages SPSS Study Guide Ch 10A
    SPSS Study Guide Ch 10A

    School: Governor Wallace Rider Farrington High School

    Course: MATH Math Test

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    School: UC Davis

    Course: STA 131A

    FALL QUARTER 2010 Division of Statistics. Statistics 131A: Probability Theory. Instructor: Professor Laurie Davies Office hours: M,WF 1.10 – 2.00pm. 4101 Mathematical Science Building. Phone: ???–. e-mail: pldavies@ucdavis.edu. TAs: Chris Dienes...

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    School: UPenn

    Course: STAT 431

    ... If time permits, we will also discuss likelihood based inference. Prerequisites The official prerequisite of the course is STAT 430. The effective prerequisite is fluency with basic probabilistic reasoning and analysis (eg, probability distrib...

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    MATH533_Syllabus_Mar_13(M) (T45)

    School: DeVry Chicago

    Course: MATH 533

    ... Week, TCOs, and Topics, Readings and Class Preparation*, Activities and Assignments. Week 1 March 4 Class TCOs A and F Data Organization and Analysis. Chapter 1: Statistics, Data, and Statistical Thinking Chapter 2: Methods for Describing Sets...

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    School: Penn State

    Course: STAT 500

    M,F 1:25-2:15pm 73 Willard, W 1:25-2:15pm 111 Boucke. Instructor: Dr. Mosuk Chow Office: 315 Thomas Phone: 863-8128 (e-mail: mchow@stat.psu.edu) Office Hours: Wed 2:30-4:30pm, Friday 11:00 am -noon. or by appointment. Grader information: (will be ...