QRMS project 4

QRMS project 4 - Derrick Monks Math Project 4 4/9/08 1.)...

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Derrick Monks Math Project 4 4/9/08 1.) For the first step I did the most obvious study possible. I just took the deck and shuffled it, then placed it face down on a table. I then thought of a suit and flipped the card to check if I was right. I did this fifty-two times without shuffling or trying to cheat. I repeated this process three more times to come up with the results. In the last step I used the blinding method to not allow myself to know what cards were coming up or if I was getting them right or not. I had my friend stand behind a door and draw cards, every time he drew he would knock and I would say a suit. He recorded the results throughout all four studies and shuffled between every one. He would also put the cards in the deck after drawing to keep him blinded as to how many cards of a certain suit might be left in the deck. I think that the second way is the best way to run the study because it prevents the person from knowing what cards are left in the deck or seeing patterns arise. Even subconsciously this can happen because you might remember a pattern in your mind unintentionally from the past study. Also using the tester can create some problems so
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2008 for the course QRMS 1012 taught by Professor Michaeld.roy during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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QRMS project 4 - Derrick Monks Math Project 4 4/9/08 1.)...

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