Chapter 3: The Normal Distributions
STAT 1450
3.0 Introduction
Connecting Chapter 3 to our Current Knowledge
of Statistics
In Chapters 1 and 2, we explored distributions for quantitative variables
by
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 6
TWO-WAY TABLES
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Video for Section 6.1
Connecting Chapter 6 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics
In Chapters 4 and 5 we invest
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 2
DESCRIBING DISTRIBUTIONS WITH NUMBERS
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for the 1st Half of Chapter 2
Connecting Chapter 2 to our Current Knowledge of St
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 8
PRODUCING DATA: SAMPLING
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Video for Sections 8.1 & 8.2
Connecting Chapter 8 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics:
Part I of t
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 4
SCATTERPLOTS AND CORRELATION
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for Sections 4.1 & 4.2
Connecting Chapter 4 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics
Our con
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 5
REGRESSION
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for Section 5.1
Scatterplots and correlation coefficients are helpful in describing the strength and directi
STAT 1450 LECTURE NOTES CHAPTER 1
PICTURING DISTRIBUTIONS WITH GRAPHS
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for Sections 1.1 & 1.2
Statistics is about thinking critically. By becoming statis
STAT 1450 LECTURE NOTES CHAPTER 1
PICTURING DISTRIBUTIONS WITH GRAPHS
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for Sections 1.1 & 1.2
Statistics is about thinking critically. By becoming statis
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 9
PRODUCING DATA: EXPERIMENTS
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Video for Sections 9.1&9.2
Connecting Chapter 9 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics
Chapter 8 f
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 12
INTRODUCING PROBABILITY
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Video for Sections 12.1&12.2
Connecting Chapter 12 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics
Probability
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 9
PRODUCING DATA: EXPERIMENTS
Connecting Chapter 9 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics
Chapter 8 focused on data collection through sampling.
There were two primary c
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 8
PRODUCING DATA: SAMPLING
Connecting Chapter 8 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics:
Part I of the text emphasized ways of organizing, analyzing, and even interpretin
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 3
THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTIONS
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for Sections 3.1 & 3.2
Connecting Chapter 3 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics
Quick Revie
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 5
REGRESSION
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for Section 5.1
Scatterplots and correlation coefficients are helpful in describing the strength and directi
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 4
SCATTERPLOTS AND CORRELATION
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for Sections 4.1 & 4.2
Connecting Chapter 4 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics
Our con
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 3
THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTIONS
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for Sections 3.1 & 3.2
Connecting Chapter 3 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics
Quick Revie
STAT 1450 LECTURE NOTES CHAPTER 1
PICTURING DISTRIBUTIONS WITH GRAPHS
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for Sections 1.1 & 1.2
Statistics is about thinking critically. By becoming statis
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 2
DESCRIBING DISTRIBUTIONS WITH NUMBERS
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Videos for the 1st Half of Chapter 2
Connecting Chapter 2 to our Current Knowledge of St
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 18
INFERENCE IN PRACTICE
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Video for Sections 18.1&18.2
Connecting Chapter 18 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics
Chapter 16 eq
STAT 1450 COURSE NOTES CHAPTER 13
GENERAL RULES OF PROBABILITY
Guided Notes associated with the Lecture Video for Sections 13.1&13.2
Connecting Chapter 13 to our Current Knowledge of Statistics
Probab
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STAT 1450 Recitation Activity 6
Experiments & Exam Preparation
Student Name: _Rylie MacDonald_
TA Name:
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Date:
_9/28_
OBJECTIVES
Students will apply knowledge of observational studies and experiment