STAT 1450 Recitation Activity 8
Introduction to & General Rules of Probability
Student Name: Shelbey Wyckoff
TA Name:
Deborah Kunkel
Date:
22 October 2016
OBJECTIVES
Students will use a Statistical Applet to simulate a random phenomenon.
Students will c
Chapter 2: Describing Distributions
with Numbers
STAT 1450
Connecting Chapter 2 our Current Knowledge of
Statistics
In Chapter 1 we used graphical displays to summarize data. We will
now shift to describing data numerically.
We will use numbers to descr
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Chapter 1:
Picturing
Distributions with Graphs
STAT 1450
1.0 Introduction
Connecting this course to your current
knowledge of Statistics.
Statistics is about thinking critically. By becoming
statistically literate, you will learn common statistical terms
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 conversation to date has focused on counts or measurements
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 Review: Chapters 1 and 2, we explored distributions for quan
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Chapter 9: Producing Data: Experiments
STAT 1450 Autumn 2014
9.0 Producing Data: Experiments
Connecting Chapter 9 to our Current Knowledge
of Statistics
Chapter 8 focused on data collection through sampling. There were
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STAT 1450 Recitation Activity 7
Probability (via Two-Way Tables)
Name: Shelbey Wyckoff
TA:
Deborah Kunkel
Date: 6 October
OBJECTIVES
Students will establish a connection between two-way tables and probability rules.
Students will compute Or and And ques
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 statistically literate, you will learn common
statistical ter
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 Statistics
In Chapter 1 we used graphical displays to sum