NEP 1034 Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies
Assignment I
Due September 12, 2016 (in class)
For the first assignment, you are being asked to analyze a diet to 1) determine how many calories
were con
Exam 1 review
Time: Sep. 19, 8-9:00 p.m. (Monday)
Location: Engr. Bldg. West Aud.
What you should bring:
Pencils
Calculator
Formula book
(4.1 -4.2)
Two requirements for a valid discrete probabil
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Chapter 22 Hypothesis
A formal procedure for evaluating claims
o H0 the null hypothesis an established position
o HA the alternative hypothesis an rival claim
One hypothesis must be true and the othe
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Homework 1
Due June 12
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1. The monthly electric bill (in dollars) for a small business is recorded for eight
months. The following bills are observed: 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 80,
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1. Complete the table by finding the p-values.
Null Hypothesis Alternative Hypothesis
Test Statistic
Due July 14
P-value
= 0
0
z = 1.40
p = 0.4
p < 0.4
Statistics 2500 Exam #1 All sections
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Chapter 4 Review: Must Show All Work!
Mutually Exclusive Events:
I. Determine whether these events are mutually exclusive.
1) Roll a die: get an even number and get a number greater
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Statistics 2500
Exam 2 Review
Ellis Auditorium
Thursday, October 13, 2016
5:30 7:30 p.m.
Note: This review was recorded Oct. 15, 2014 and is available on our Statistics Help Sessions
Chapter 2.1-2.2
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Review
Previous class meeting:
Definition of statistics, a population, a sample
Difference between descriptive & inferential
statistics
Difference between quantitative and
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Homework 1
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Exam II Review Sheet
1) Suppose that 80% of the cars on the road have improperly inflated tires. Find the
probability that a random sample of 10 cars will show:
a) Exactly 7 with improperly inflated t
Stats Exam II Study Help
4.3 Binomial Distribution
- https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWv0RUxDfbs
4.4 Other Discrete Distributions: Poisson and Hypergeometric
Poisson part 1- https:/www.youtube.com/watc
4.6 Approximating the Binomial
with the Normal Distribution
4.6 Approximating the Binomial
with the Normal Distribution
4.6 Approximating the Binomial
with the Normal Distribution
Procedure and Requir
4.5 Continuous Random Variable
Weve looked at the probability distribution associated
with discrete random variables, along with specific
discrete distributions such as the binomial and Poisson.
Rec
4.3 Binomial Random Variable
Many experiments result in dichotomous outcomes
(meaning there are only 2 possible results, like Yes/No or
True/False or success/failure). A coin toss is such an
experime
Chapter 1: Statistics, Data,
and Statistical Thinking
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What is Statistics?
Science of data
Involves collecting, classifying,
summarizing, organizing, analyzing,
and interpreting numerical and