MATH 2300 - Final Exam Cheat Sheet

MATH 2300 - Final Exam Cheat Sheet - edictions based on the...

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asure in a study. in which we are interested. n for whom we have (or plan to have) data the population. sample taken from the population. bers form a set of separate numbers such as 0,1,2,3… values form an interval (height or temperature) b le values for a variable with the number of observations for each value. nusual date (outliers) and concentrated points since the number of dots represent the frequency of occurrence of that value. on is larger than the mean, then the deviation is positive whereas if it’s smaller than the mean, the deviation is negative. HH --- .3025 HT --- .2467 TH --- .2475 TT --- .2025 H Atleast one = use complement formula A or B = P(A) + P(B) – P(AandB) H T Find area that lies between A and B. P ( A < z < B) P ( z < B) – P ( z > A) (table a) – (table a) = Answer! H P = population proportion p = sample proportion se = standard error n = sample size s = sample standard deviation A confidence interval for a parameter is constructed by adding and subtracting a
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