Homework 2 Solutions, Stat II 550.112, Fall 2012
Note: In this solutions we use the shorthand expression (a) to denote the area under the standard normal density from to a. So, for example, (1.96) = .9750 and (1.645) = .05, etc.
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Fact Sheet for Exam 1 in 550.112.
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Homework 1, Stat II 550.112, Fall 2012
For condence intervals of the form [xsome number], recall from 550.111 that some number
is called the margin of error. For example, a condence interval [3.1 .3] = [2.8, 3.4] has a margin
of error .3.
Problem 1: (From
Homework 3, Stat II 550.112, Fall 2012
Note: Many of the problems in this homework are taken from the McClave and Sincich textbook
that was used in the rst half of the two-semester sequence 550.111-112. The problems are written
out fully here in case ther
Homework 3, Stat II 550.112, Fall 2012
Note: Many of the problems in this homework are taken from the McClave and Sincich textbook
that was used in the rst half of the two-semester sequence 550.111-112. The problems are written
out fully here in case ther
Homework 4 and Solutions, Stat II 550.112, Fall 2012
For Problems 1 and 2 recall the example from McClave and Sincich problem 10.68 on the paper
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EXAM 1 in 550.112, a list of some topics/keywords covered.
population, parameter, sample, statistic, inferential statistics
population mean, population variance, population standard deviation
sample mean, sample variance, sample standard deviation
simple