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EN.553.111 midterm 1 study sheet...not exhaustive. Topics to be covered below. Note: you are also responsible for homework questions, in-class exam- ples, material covered in lecture not otherwise listed below, old posted midterm material. You are allowed fair use of a calculator (fair use: for doing/helping with arithmetic and for checking work), every student must demonstrate their own work. Be neat, be careful, and only give one an- swer/solution for each problem: multiple answers will be all marked wrong . You are allow a note-card (3”x5”, say) with formulas, definitions, theorems, procedures for how to do something, but NO WORKED EXAMPLES . 1.1,1.2 Experimental units; variables: qualitative versus quantitative, discrete versus continuous; populations, samples; In a given situation can you tell what the experimental units are? 1.4 stem-and-leaf plots, plotting with different leaf units; remember how to do this, and the impor- tance of being especially neat when constructing such plots by hand. Why do we even bother to construct plots - histogram, stem-and-leaf or they? Skewness, symmetry, unimodality, bimodal,...
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