STAT 200
Assignment III
1. When considering all people who work in the U.S., what is the average number of
hours/week spent working? A sample of 12 people who currently work was obtained.
Each person
STAT 200
Assignment II
1. Health officials thought that they had started to get a handle on lead poisoning for
children ages 1-5 years such that only 1 out of 72 children were now found to be at risk.
STAT 200
Assignment Iv
1. Does it matter whether blood pressure is measured on a bare arm or over a sleeve? A
sample of six patients at doctor's office was obtained. Each patient had their blood
press
STAT 200
Assignment II
1. In a Stat 200 data set, the heights for all the female students was obtained. Also
included were the heights of the mother, the father, and the mid-parent height (average
hei
STAT 200
Assignment v
1. When it is necessary to use the t table (t distribution): With _
A) quantitative data, when the population proportion is unknown
B) quantitative data, when the population stan
STAT 200
Assignment 6
1. Which would most likely be true when considering salaries in a medical practice company that
employs: 2 entry-level nurses and 20 very highly paid doctors?
One would find _
A)
Victor ThankGod
May 1, 2017
Dr. Thomas
STAT 200
Assignment 8
Lane et al. Chapter 15. (10 and 13)
10. If an experiment is conducted with 5 conditions and 6 subjects in each condition, what
are dfn and
Quiz #3
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Introduction to Statistics
Spring II 2017
[8 points]
1.
Suppose that an accounting firm does a study to determine the time needed to complete
one persons tax forms. It randomly s
STAT 200
Assignment
1. Which is untrue about the standard deviation? The standard deviation is _
A) is an accurate measure of spread no matter what is the shape of the data.
B) only be fully interpret
FINAL EXAM
STAT 200
Introduction to Statistics
NAME:
1. a. True. The probability of an event occurring and the event not occurring is impossible,
that is, zero.
b. False. If the variance is 0, then al
Wk 3 Homework
Name
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Item #_1_
Author Lind Chapter Ch 3
Question # 11
AAA Heating and Air Conditioning completed 30 jobs last month with a mean revenue
of $5,430 per job. The president
Jamica Johnson
Exercise 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.
Definition one would explain the 80th
Statistics Homework Week 5
Lane
4. Why is a 99% confidence interval wider than a 95% confidence interval?
With a 95% confidence interval, theres a 5% chance of being wrong. With a 99% confidence
inter
Question 1. From Introduction to Statistics by Lane et al. For the eye color data given below, construct
a) A pie graph,
b)Horizontal bar graph,
C) Vertical bar graph,
d) A frequency table with relat
Jamica Johnson
Stats week 6
Quiz 2
It is given that = $132.50 for the expenses of books and supplies for the students of a certain
large university for a semester. To estimate the mean of such expense
Jamica Johnson
Stats week 8
1. You may use Excel (as written in my instructions) or manual calculations as shown in the
Lanes book
To test if the mileage of three different makes of cars is the same,
Jamica Johnson
Stats week 6 homework
1.You choose an alpha level of .01 and then analyze your data.
a. What is the probability that you will make a Type I error given that the null hypothesis is true?
1. Why is a 99% confidence interval wider than a 95% confidence interval?
With a 95% confidence interval there is a 5% chance of being wrong. With a 99% confidence
interval, there is only a 1% chance
CHAPTER 7: THE CENTRAL LIMIT
THEOREM
Exercise 1.
Yoonie is a personnel manager in a large corporation. Each month she must
review 16 of the employees. From past experience, she has found that the revi
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4. Why is a 99% confidence interval wider than a 95% confidence interval?
99% interval is wider than the 95% because the actual mean would be a larger area
radius.
12. A person claims to be able to pr
Long Term memory is a very weak subject of mine, when it comes to knowing something I
learned a while ago. However, special events, and technical skills are very strong for me. I can
remember exactly
http:/www.wellwisdom.com/is-there-a-difference-taking-protein-with-milk-or-water/
A recent study was done to see the difference between mixing protein with water vs milk to see if you
gained more weig
Extra Credit #3: Diet Pill Case Study
Class, this is a classic case study of a before and after study and typically one using diet pills or
some treatment. Your quantitative scenario is simple. You ha
Four/five types of nontraditional families
Gay and Lesbian Parents
Single Parents
Grandparents as Parents
Adoptive Parents
One That I would like to add is Military Families.
I wanted to add military f
Travis Hattabaugh
11/18/2017
Are Nurses Satisfied Within Their Career Field?
The purpose of this presentation is to highlight the work satisfaction, pay satisfaction and
promotion potential satisfacti
ou need to have a clear understanding of the basic steps and terminology for hypothesis testing beyond
the number crunching. This assignment will give you an idea of how we would do testing in the rea
Extra Credit: Fire Furniture Case 2
Travis Hattabaugh
11/26/2017
When looking at insurance claims it can be a very rough water to navigate, especially when you own a
furniture store and your vast amou
Home Work Week 2- Travis Hattabaugh
Exercise 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