Statistics01-Describing Data Sets

# Statistics01-Describing Data Sets - Statistics 01...

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Unformatted text preview: Statistics 01 Describing Data Sets Les Coover The Excel file that accompanies this document is Statistics01-Describing Data Sets.xls. Worksheet names in the Excel file match problem numbers in this document. McClave, Benson and Sincich (2001) is the source for all problems and data sets. i Table of Contents Variability .................................................................................................................................... 1 01.01 ....................................................................................................................................... 1 01.02 ....................................................................................................................................... 1 01.03 ....................................................................................................................................... 2 01.04* ..................................................................................................................................... 3 01.05 ....................................................................................................................................... 4 Relative Standing ....................................................................................................................... 5 01.06 ....................................................................................................................................... 5 01.07 ....................................................................................................................................... 6 Basic Comparisons .................................................................................................................... 7 01.08 ....................................................................................................................................... 7 Assessing Normality .................................................................................................................. 8 01.09 ....................................................................................................................................... 8 Confidence Interval for a Population Mean .............................................................................. 9 01.10 ..................................................................................................................................... 10 Confidence Interval for a Population Proportion ...................................................................... 11 01.11 ..................................................................................................................................... 12 Determining Sample Size ........................................................................................................ 13 01.12 ..................................................................................................................................... 14 01.13 .........................................................................................................................................
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