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Here are some hints that can help you with the Module 4 homework in Wiley Plus.
When the parameters of interest is p, the best estimate is p-hat. To find the estimate
of p-hat, you need to take x/n. Where x is the amount given and n is the overall sample
Journal 5
Linda Arrington
IHP 340 Statistics
The statistic that I would use to describe the population in the article, Alcohol consumption
among first-time mothers and the risk of preterm birth: a cohort study, is statistical inference.
Statistical infere
Milestone 2 Key Findings and Limitation
Statistical Significance and Results.
The results of the study indicate there is not an association between the organizational factors
and patient communication. A regression analysis was used to find out what the p
Journal Week 6
Linda Arrington
IHP 340 Statistics
What is the difference between failing to reject the null hypothesis and having evidence to
support the alternative hypothesis?
Under normal circumstances, the null hypothesis is the competition claim or t
Module Overview
In Module Five, you will be learning about hypothesis tests, p-values, and statistical significance.
There are two hypothesesthe null hypothesis (H0) and the alternative hypothesis (Ha).
The null hypothesis states that there is no differen
Welcome to Week 6!
We are well over half way through the semester, if you have
questions now is the time to ask. Don't hesitate to use the
Discussion Forum and email to ask questions. I do check the
discussion forum regularly and I answer all questions wi
Journal Week 3
Linda Arrington
Statistics for Health Professional IHP 340
March 25, 2017
The results of the study were not exactly what I expected. According to Maria T.G. Dale, Leiv S.
Bakketeig, and Per Magnus in, Alcohol consumption among first-time mo
Understanding Confidence Intervals
Linda Arrington
IHP 340
Discuss how calculating confidence intervals are similar to or different from gambling.
Confidence interval is basically an estimate. It is computed from a sample that is predetermined
chance of f
Journal
The alternative hypothesis tells us two things. First, what predictions did we
make about the effect of the independent variable(s) on the dependent
variable(s)? Second, what was the predicted direction of this effect?
If our statistical analysis
Here 3 represents cigarette smoking ands! represents alcohol
drinking. Given information is below.
3 .5." Total
s 1149 5m 1649
A so 231 321
Total 1105 101 19105
(a) We need to construct a 99% eon deuce interval For the
difference in the proportion of
STA 100 SSII 2016 Homework 1 Solutions (Book)
Erin K. Melcon
1. Note, your answers should be different. These are some of mine. There are MANY correct answers.
(a) They will likely have difficulty getting responses, and they have limited their sample to o
STA 100 SSII 2016 Homework 2 Solutions
Erin K. Melcon
1. The following uses the standard normal table, found on SmartSite.
(a) P rcfw_Z < 1.2 = 0.8849
(b) P rcfw_Z > 2.3 = 1 P cfw_Z 2.3 = 1 0.0107 = 0.9893
(c) P rcfw_1 < Z < 0.31 = cfw_Z < 0.31 cfw_Z 1 =
STA 100 SSII 2016 Homework 3 Solutions (Book)
Erin K. Melcon
PI
ni yi
173.1+117+160.56
= 15.54
1. (a) Note, y = i=1
n. P =
29
I
SS(between) = i=1 ni (
yi y)2 = (10)(17.31 15.54)2 + (10)(11.7 15.54)2 + (9)(17.84 15.54)2 = 31.329 +
147.456 + 47.61P= 226.395
STA 100 SSII 2016 Homework 5 Solutions
Erin K. Melcon
1. (a) The overall risk of hip dysplasia is:
4216
5.2169104
= 0.0808
(b) The risk of hip dysplasia for Golden Retrievers is:
(c) The risk of hip dysplasia for Border Collies is:
=
(d) The relative is: