Mt139C1 - MT139C1.PPT 1 Mike Kadar Engineering Quality Case...

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Unformatted text preview: MT139C1.PPT 1 Mike Kadar Engineering Quality Case Corporation MVCC Adjunct Faculty Office: Science and Business Subdivision Office (L200) Phone: Messages may be left at (708)974-5602 Ext 6227 FOR EMERGENCY USE ONLY: (630)887-3896 Office Hrs: Tuesdays before class in A104 (5:30-6:00pm) Also by appointment MT139C1.PPT 2 Besides, Id rather discuss the concepts with you from an overhead than spend the evening with my back to you! Get used to Overheads MT139C1.PPT 3 Name: Student Number (SSN): City Where You Live: Phone Number(s): Email: In Case of Emergency, Contact: Please fill out the first notecard with the following information... MT139C1.PPT 4 Study Group Name (Must contain one or more of the following words): Mean Random Significant Dependent Lurking Deviation Odds Block Experimental Control Member 1 Name: Phone: Member 2 Name: Phone: ... Member n Name: Phone: Please fill out the second notecard with the name and members of your study group... MT139C1.PPT 5 Individuals The Objects Described by a Set of Data. Individuals May be People, but May also be Animals or Things. Examples: Cars Students Trees Patients Departments Customers Variable Any Characteristic of an Individual. A Variable Can Take Different Values for Different Individuals. Examples: Weight Test Score Diameter Blood Pressure Spending Satisfaction MT139C1.PPT 6 Individuals Variables MT139C1.PPT 7 Individuals? Variables? (Also See BPS 1.1) MT139C1.PPT 8 Categorical Variable Places an Individual Into One of Several Groups or Categories. Arithmetic Operations Not Meaningful with Categorical Variables. Examples: Department Sex Course Number Hair Color Zip Code Brand of Jeans Quantitative Variable Takes Numerical Values for which Arithmetic Makes Sense. Adding and Averaging Produce Meaningful Results. Examples: Temperature Weight Rushing Yards Height Diameter Speed MT139C1.PPT 9 Categorical or Quantitative? Age Grade in School (1st - 12th) Student Number Exam 1 Score (0-100) Final Course Grade (A-F) Price of Gas Temperature Make of Car Stock Price Income Marital Status (Also See BPS 1.2) MT139C1.PPT 10 Distribution of a Categorical Variable Lists the Categories and Gives Either the Count or the Percent...
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