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# Week2_Aug31_Sept4_Fl09Sect1_4_1_ - 2.50 b c 2.53 a b...

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Week 2 Agenda: Aug 31 – Sept 4 (Stat 200 Sections 1-4) Readings for Week: Chapter 2: Chapter 2: Sections 2.4-2.6 Read the chapter sections with the following exceptions Pages 30-32 (ignore steps to make a histogram & Stem and Leaf Plot) Pages 43 – 44 (ignore how to make a boxplot) Page 46 (ignore excel tips) Page 48 (ignore Example 2.1 8) Chapter 2: Chapter 2: Sections 2.7 Pages 51-52 (ignore everything through Excel tip) Homework 1: submit on Angel by way of a quiz between Thurs Sept 3 at 12:30 PM to Fri Sept 4 at 4:00 AM (best of two tries) Chapter 1: Problems 1.4 a, b, 1.8 (which of the seven statistical principles from Chapter 1 would be most relevant for this problem) Chapter 2: Problems: 2.13, 2.26, 2.31, 2.36 (Only find the range of (number of words) that contain the median (don’t do any of the questions asked)), 2.37 a–b, 2.38 a, b, 2.49,
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Unformatted text preview: 2.50 b, c, 2.53 a, b c-e (also include interpretation of the IQR for both genders), 2.81 Mon Aug 31: • Highlight readings • Complete Lecture Quiz 1 (LQ1) on Angel by 4:00 AM Tues (available after class) – can take quiz anywhere • Bring powerpoint slides to class Tues Sept 1: • Lab Activities on information from Chapter 2:Section 2.4-2.6 • Complete Lab Activity 1 and LAQ 1 Thurs Sept 3: • Lab Activities on information from Chapter 2:Section 2.7 • Complete Lab Activity 2 and LAQ 2 Note: Mon Sept 7: No class (Labor Day) Tues Sept 8: Lecture will be held in lab ( bring powerpoint slides) Readings for Tues Sept 8: • Section 8.1 • Section 8.2 (pages 283-286)) • Section 8.3 (pages 288-to top of 291, • Section 8.4 (pages 294- 298, 299) • Section 8.7 (pages 311 – 312 (top)...
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