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CHAPTER:University of GuelphCOURSE:STAT*2060INSTRUCTOR:*Take Home Package*DisclaimerThis take home package is produced on a volunteer basis by student contributors in accordance with Fair Dealingguidelines and is intended to be used as a supplementary resource to assist the academic study of Exam Aidparticipants.These are intended as supplementary materials to complement what has been learned in class and through self-study.Sharing or reselling of take home package materials is a violation of Fair Dealing and copyright restrictions and maybe grounds for legal proceedings.Should you have any questions or concerns regarding Exam Aid materials please contact[email protected]
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Guelph SOS: Students Offering SupportStats HandoutNote: Going through questions is the best way to learn. We stronglyrecommend going through old tests/textbook examples.Table of Contents-summary of topics (1-4)-Descriptive Statistics-Probability-summary of topics (5-8)-Discrete Distributions-Continuous Distributions-Confidence Intervals-topic 9-Type1 vs Type2 errors-Overview of p-values and significancelevels -topic 10-Paired difference experiments-topic 11-Hypothesis test for a single proportion-Hypothesis test for the difference between twoproportions -topic 12-Hypothesis test for a single variance-Hypothesis test for two population variances-topic 13-Chi-squared tests for one-way tables (goodness of fit)`-Chi-squared tests for two-way tables (test for independence)-topic 14-1-way ANOVA to test for a difference in populationmeans -topic 15-sample questions/what to look for-Concept questions-Calculation questions-Interpreting output questionsRaising Marks, Raising Money, Raising Roofs
Guelph SOS: Students Offering SupportOverview of Topics (1-4)Descriptive StatisticsFor the final, there is thankfully not a whole lot from the first few sections which is tooimportant. For a lot of theory type questions, it will be very important to have a clearidea of what each of the following are.-Sample:A collection of data from the population-Population:The entire group being studied-Statistic:A numerical property of the sample. (has a hat to distinguishfrom parameter)-Parameter:A numerical property of the population.-Mean:The average value of a sample or population. (formula given on final)-Variance:A measure of the spread of a sample or population. (formula given onfinal)-Standard deviation:the square root of variance.-Skewness:Rather than being symmetrical, a distribution is skewed if thepeak of the distribution lies away from the mean of the distribution.-Right-skew:the peak is to the left of the mean.

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