Probability and Statistics for the Life Sciences - 550.211
Spring 2013 - The Johns Hopkins University
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Homework 8 Solutions
Jason Matterer
Review Question 22
Determinations of saliva pH levels were made in two independent random samples of seventh-grade schoolchildren. Sample A children were caries-free while
sample B children had a high incidence of carie
Homework 4 Solutions
Jason Matterer
Problem 4.6.8
For problems involving looking up the z-values in the normal table it is usually
more helpful to draw a picture of the normal density to gure out what region
youre dealing with rather than rigorous calcula
Probability and Statistics for the Life Sciences
550.211, Spring 2014
Solution to Homework 5
Runze Tang
March 5th, 2014
5.4.2
Solution. Let X1 be the sample mean of men and X2 be the sample mean of women. Since
n1 = 40 30 and n2 = 35 30, we can use the no
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Homework #3 Solution
Weifeng Liu
February 24, 2014
3.4
(a)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
29
56 = 0.5179
27
56 = 0.4821
12
56 = 0.2143
Probability and Statistics for the Life Sciences
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Solution to Homework 1
Runze Tang
February 5th, 2014
Chap 1. Review Questions and Exercises 3.
Solution.
(a)-(l): These terms are dened in Section 1.2 of the text;
(m)-(o): These terms
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Homework #7 Solution
Weifeng Liu
April 7, 2014
6.4.2
The samples constitute independent simple random samples from the
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