Chapter 11: Homework/Class assignments
The due date for this homework is 1 March.
The homework set will be posted on Blackboard.
Assignments for each lecture period will be sent to you.
Chapter 11: Objectives
You should be able to recall:
The meaning of
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Covers Chapters 8 through 14 of Montgomery and Runger (fourth edition). Cover page and eight pages of exam. No calculator.
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b. P(Reject H0|H0 is false)
c. P(Fail to reject H0|H0 is true)
d. P(Fail to
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IE330: Probability and Statistics for Engineers II
Homework #1
Due: 21 January 2015
Cut out the shape on the last page of this homework, and follow the instructions at
https:/www.exploratorium.edu/science_explorer/roto-copter.html to construct a paper
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Chapter 10: Statistical process control
Chapter 10: Statistical process control - Example
You work in a plant that manufactures bushings. (See below.)
The diameter of the opening must be 0.625 inches (plus or minus
0.003 inches), or else it is defective i
Chapter 9: ANOVA model: Notation reviewed
Minitab review
Individual comparisons
Testing normality of residuals
Testing constant variance
Chapter 9: Reporting results
One-way ANOVA: A, B, C, None
Tukey Pairwise Comparisons
If the p-value of a test is low,
Test 1
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Summary Report for Test 1
Anderson-Darling Normality Test
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A-Squared
P-Value
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Mean
StDev
Variance
Skewness
Kurtosis
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Median
3rd Quartile
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The sample of our height population data
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Assignments
For 03 February:
Read these slides
Read 9-1.1 (pp. 284 286), 9-1.5 (pp. 295 296), and 9-2.1 (pp. 299 303)
Know the formula for the test statistic shown in Fig. 9-8 (pg. 300).
For 05 February:
Read 9-3.1 (pp. 310 - 314), 9-4.1 (pp. 319 323)
Chapter 08: Example
Lets say we want to see how well a regression model can predict a persons
starting salary given some information about those people.
Were also going to check how well a person can do the same thing.
To help demonstrate the latter, on t
What do I have to know for the test?
Know whether a regression is significant and how to tell if it is good or not.
Know what assumptions you need to check and how to check them.
Know the difference between the coefficient and ANOVA p-values.
Know what R2
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IE330 Fall 2014
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IE330 Fall 2014
Test 3b
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Test 3b
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Act Utilitarianism 3
Williamss Objections to AU
Overview
Negative Responsibility and Integrity
George the Chemist
Jim and the Indians
George the Chemist
George, who has just taken his Ph.D. in chemistry, finds it extremely difficult to get a
job. He i
Sexual Morality
Mappes on the conditions under
which its okay to have sex with
another person
Overview
Voluntary Informed Consent
Coercion
Deceit
Threats vs. Offers
Mere Wants vs. Genuine Needs
Coercive Offers
Overview (2)
Mappes applies Kants ethics to
Act Utilitarianism 2
Benthams Theory of the Good & Six
Objections to AU
Overview
Consequentialism
Theories of the Good
Welfarism
Hedonism
5 Good Objections to AU
2 Bad Objections to AU
The Calculation Objection
The Different Strokes for Different Folks
Chapter 08: Example
Lets say we want to see how well a regression model can predict a persons
starting salary given some information about those people.
Were also going to check how well a person can do the same thing.
To help demonstrate the latter, on t
Quiz 3!
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You want to test the hypothesis that modern skulls are larger than ancient skulls in terms of
circumference (measured in inches). You collect 100 observations (iid) from each population
(modern and ancient), with t
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Spring 2017
Homework 5 (Chapter 7)
On April 20th your supervisor comes to you and suggests that one can predict
worker productivity in the next month from their productivity in the month prior to
the current month. You suggest that you can test this