Module 6
Page 218
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Persons per housing unit
A
Possible values of random variable Y = 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
B
Random variable notation that Y=3 cfw_Y=3
C
P(Y=3) = 17/105.3 = .16144 or 16.14%
D
Probability distribution of Y =
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Module 4
Page 644
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Scatterplot
A
variables
Identify one of the uses of a scatterplot to visualize the relationship between 2
B
What property should it have to obtain a regression line for the data must have
a horizontal axis for observations of one vari
Module 1 assignment:
Pages 8-9
1) Define the following terms:
a. Population The collection of all items or individuals under consideration in a
statistical sample.
b. Sample The part of the population from which information is obtained
2) What are the two
Module-5
Page 150
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Educated CEOs
A
Probability of having B.S./B.A. = 164/500 = 32.8%
B
Probability of having either M.B.A. or J.D. = 241/500 = 48.2%
C
Probability of having at least some college = 486/500 = 97.2%
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Housing Units
A
Probability of 4 room
Module 3
Page 139
1
Define the following
a. Descriptive measures numbers used to describe data sets
b. Measures of center descriptive measures that indicate where the center value
of a data set lies
c. Measures of variation descriptive measure that indica
Module 2 assignment
Pages 38 39
2
a) Qualitative variable a non-numerically valued variable
b) Discrete, quantitative variable a variable whose possible values can be listed
c) Continuous quantitative variable a variable whose possible values form some
in
Module 7
1.Complete the following problems from the Weiss text:
Page 268: 56, 57, and 60
Page 276: 95, 101, and 102
Page 284: 131 and 132. Comment on whether you believe the distributions are normal.
Page 291: 148. Calculate the probabilities using the Bi
Module 12
1.Complete the following problems from the Weiss text:
Page 523: 21, 22, 28, 37, and 43-45
Page 537: 48, 72, 78, and 81
Page 542: 16. Explain why knowing the answers to these questions is important.
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Module 11
1.Complete the following problems from the Weiss text:
Page 449: 41, 42, 51, and 53
Page 461: 72, 74, 87, and 88
Page 474: 110 and 113
Page 488: 144, 146, 150, and 152
2.Save your work as "Your-Name-11," for example, "Mike-Adams-11."
3.Submit yo
Module 10
1.Complete the following problems from the Weiss text:
Page 365: 9, 10, 14, and 31
Page 378: 46, 51, 52, 55, 56, 58, and 59
Page 388: 74, 77, and 85
Page 397: 101, 104, and 115
Page 420: 176 and 182
Page 427: 26, 27, 28, and 38
9
A
B
C
Two taile
Module 8
1.Complete the following problems from the Weiss text:
Page 307: 26, 28, 29, 31, and 52
Page 315: 71, 72, 74, and 75
Page 319: 14
2.Save your work as "Your-Name-8," for example, "Mike-Adams-8."
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The sampling distribution of the sample mean can
Module 9
1.Complete the following problems from the Weiss text:
Page 327: 3, 7, and 8
Page 335: 24, 31, 39, 41, and 47
Page 350: 93 and 116
Page 356: 21 and 22
3
Population mean = 26,326.9
B
7
A
No it is likely that some sampling error will exist
A
Mean f