Week 8 Worksheet.pdf - Week 8 Midterm Review Data 8 Tutoring Midterm Review 1 Table Practice The \u200bnba\u200b table contains data from the 2017-2018 season

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Week 8: Midterm Review Data 8 Tutoring Midterm Review 1. Table Practice The nba table contains data from the 2017-2018 season for every active player. Each row represents statistics over the whole season. In this table, percentages are expressed as decimals. a) eFG% is an advanced statistic commonly used over FG% (field goal percentage). Calculate eFG% using the formula (FG + 0.5*3P)/FGA. Make sure to use FG and not FG% . Once it’s been calculated, append the values as the column eFG% to this table. numerator = nba.______________(______) + _____*nba._____________(_______) denominator = ________________._____________________(___________________) nba_efg = nba.____________________(____________, numerator / denominator) b) Find the team with the lowest average eFG% (return the name only) by_team = nba_efg._________________(_________________, _________________) by_team.sort(_____________).______________(_____________).________(_____) c) What proportion of points scored were by players who had an eFG% above 60%? The variable answer should be your final proportion. more_than_sixty = __________(nba_efg._________________(eFG%, _________.________________(_____)).column(__________)) total = ___________(nba_efg.__________________(“Points”)) answer = more_than_sixty / total
2. Coding Practice a) Suppose a broken candy machine dispenses sweet candy 99% of the time and sour candy otherwise. What is the chance you find at least 1 sour candy in 50 candies dispensed randomly from the machine?

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