Stat quiz 3
1.H0: P1=P2 H1: P1P2 where
P1 and P2 are the proportions (how many needed repairs in first 2 years of A model consumer group
and B model consumer group)
A model car consumer group:
Sample size n1=400 and x1=53 therefore sample proportion p1=53
Week 2 HW
Solutions
1.
7. For the data from the 1977 Stat. and Biom. 200 class for eye color, construct:
a. pie graph
b. horizontal bar graph
c. vertical bar graph
d. a frequency table with the relative frequency of each eye color
Eye Coloir
Number of Stu
2. The formula for a regression equation is Y = 2X + 9.
a. What would be the predicted score for a person scoring 6 on X?
y=2(6)+9=21 Predicted score would be 21.
b. If someones predicted score was 14, what was this persons score on X?
x=14-(9)= 5/2= The
STAT 225
1. (3 points) Given the above information, what kind of hypothesis test will you conduct? ztest,
t-test, -test, -test, Y-test, or F-test? Please explain.
This would be test of one mean, comparing the sample mean against the hypothesized value
of
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Wal-Mart
Student Name
Course Name
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WAL-MART
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Introduction
Wal-Mart Stores, company, like numerous large retail as well as grocery chains, presents store
brands, usually demoted to as house products and also generic pr
#17
.6247 = 62%
#19
1/SQRT400
1/20
SD = .5
#21
Null hypothesis: Ho: p=0.5
Alternative hypothesis: H1: p>0.5
a. Sample size n=400
Sample proportion P=0.55
Testing the hypothesis use Z-statistic for a single mean
Value for z=2.00
b. (>) Test is based on rig
lease do the following problems from the Illowsky text.
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418. 8.3
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Optional Week 5 Kulansky Review Problems
Actions for Optional Week 5 Kulansky Review Problems
Use for Questions 1 and 2: A grocery store takes a rand
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374. 7.1
379. 7.5
379. 7.6
From last week's Kulansky Review (Originally 3B - Renamed kulansky review week
4):
1. A random variable that can assume only a finite number of values is? A Discrete
Random Variable
2. same as #1 but an infinite num
11.1 A factory manager needs to understand how many products are defective versus how many are
produced. The number of expected defects is listed in Table 11.5. Number produced Number defective
0100 5 101200 6 201300 7 301400 8 401500 10 Table 11.5 A rand
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Examining Distributions Checkpoint 1
Attempt 2 of 2
Started:03/17/2016 1:18 PM EDT
Submitted:03/17/2016 1:50 PM EDT
Score:100%
Points:60 out of 60
Question 1
Points: 10 out of 10
This histogram shows the times, in minutes, required for 25 rats in
an
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The following data show the distances (in miles) from the homes of off-campus statistics
students to the college. Create a stem plot using the data and identify any outliers: 0.5; 0.7; 1.1;
1.2; 1.2; 1.3; 1.3; 1.5; 1.5; 1.7; 1.7; 1.8; 1.9; 2.
#17 .6247 = 62%
#19 1/SQRT4OO
1/20
SD = .5
#21 Null hypothesis: H0: p=0.5
Alternative hypothesis: H1: p>0-5
a. Sample size n=400
Sample proportion P=0.55
Testing the hypothesis use Zstatistic for a single mean
Zipg; 0,5521 _ Margitor): ;_00
Value for 2:2.
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6.1 What is the zscore of x, when x = 1 and X "' N(12,3)?
6.2 Fill in the blanks. Jerome averages 16 points a game with a standard deviation of four points. X "
N(16,4). Suppose Jerome scores ten points in a game. The zscore when x = 10 is 1.5. This
Statistiques AMPHI n1
Outils statistiques :
Introduction :
On utilise les statistiques lorsquil y a beaucoup de donnes.
Elle serve analyser et interprter les donnes.
La statistique descriptive : sert rendre les informations de beaucoup de donnes, utilisab
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A Lake Tahoe Community College inst
Homework #3
7.a. 0.5^3=0.125x3= 0.375 or 37.5% chance to get heads on only 1 out of 3 flips
b. 1- 0.5^3=0.875 or 87.5% chance of getting heads on at least one flip
27.a. 6+5+10+3+7+11+2=44, 3/44=.067 or 6.7% chance to pull out a pear
b. (10/44)x (6/44)=.0
Homework 1
3. If you are told only that you scored in the 80th percentile, do you know from that description exactly
how it was calculated? Explain
No, you would not know exactly how it was calculated unless you were provided the scores of everyone
elses
Homework # 2
7.
A.
Students
Eye Color
1; 4%
4; 15%
10; 38%
11; 42%
Blue
Brown
Green
Gray
B.
C.
Number of Students Eye Color
Number of Students Eye Color
12
Gray
10
8
Green
6
Blue
4
2
Brown
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
0
Brown
Blue
Green
D.
Eye Color
Brown
Blue
Green
G
STAT 200
Quiz 1
Name: _
By taking this quiz you agree to do all work without the help of other
classmates.
Directions. Type in the answer, fill in the blank, circle the correct answer(s) as
indicated. Complete this quiz by 2 April. 2017 23:59 pm. You must
Introduction to Statistics
By: David M. Lane
Question. #5. Page#216.
5. A fair coin is flipped 9 times. What is the probability of getting exactly 6 heads?
Answer #5.
(2^9) = 512
(9 x 8 x7) / (3 x 2 x 1) =84
84/512 = 0.1640625 x 100
16.4%
Question. #7. Pa
Estimating a Population Proportion
Goal: Given a sample proportion, estimate the
value of the population proportion p.
Example: In a sample of 750 people, 27%
said they feel that health care is the most
important issue facing our state. What
proportion of