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expanded the number of beds to 116. From April 1 st through June 30th, the hosp
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Running head: RISK FACTORS OF ALCOHOLISM
Catherine Gould
Alcoholism is very common and also has many risk factors. According to Carlos,
Alcohol-related problems range from mild to fatalIt intricately connected with other social
issues like crime, homeless
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Final
1. True or False. Type B personalities are more outgoing and relax than Type A personality.
2. True or False .Personality trait is an enduring quality, like being shy or outgoing
3. Multiple Choice
Which is NOT a disadvantage of an p
Project 2: Analyze a Study
AP Stats
Your second project in AP Stats deals with a published report of statistical study. You will need to do
some research for this project and present this in a written report
Article
Find an article or story in a newspaper
Required
AUTHOR
REQUIRED TEXT
Publisher
ISBN
UMUC Custom Text (adapted from McClave 9/e)
Business Statistics STAT 230, Custom Edition for UMUC (bundled w/ Student Solutions
Manual)
Pearson Custom Publishing
0536205663
Recommended
AUTHOR
RECOMMENDED TEXT
P
Click on browse, your dialogue box will be different
On my (Atul Roy) computer, it was placed in the C:Program Files
Click on program files
Click on PHSTAT
Double click on PHSTAT
IT IS IN YOUR ADD IN
Continuous Probability Distributions:
Author: Atul Roy
Example 1:
There are 5 employees in a unit.
Random Variable:
# of employees present in a unit on a given day
0
1
2
3
4
5
such a random variable is called discrete random variable
Example 2:
The temper
Lesson 3
THE REVISIONS ARE INDICATED BY THE RED UNDERLINES.
Atul Roy
Please read the chapters3 and4.
We are going to review
examples.
probability
concepts with the use of simple
Example 1.
If we roll an ordinary six faced die, what is the probability that
Lesson II
Author Atul Roy
Measures of Center and Spread
Now that we have learned a few ways of displaying and organizing a data, the
following examples will help you review the methods of summarizing a data set
with a few numbers.
Example 1.
When looking
Lesson 1
Author: Atul Roy
Remember to read the definitions of
Numerical or Quantitative Data
Categorical or Qualitative data
Descriptive Statistics
Inferential Statistics
Distribution of the data
Topic 1.
Organization and Display of Numerical Data
Example
Unit1:
A: Read the Lesson1
Sept 5
B: Read the topics
-Sept 11
In the Module 1
C: Participate in the Conference 1
D: Work on the Assignment #1
Unit2:
A: Read the Lesson2
Sept 12- B: Read the topics
Sept18
Assignment
1
Must be
submitted
by Sep 17
in the
ass
The distribution of the sample means.
In this lesson, we shall consider the cases where the population is at least 20 times
larger than the size of the sample.
For example:
If we take a simple random sample of size 30 from the employees
of a large corpora
I am going to go over the procedures for making boxplots
and histogram with the use PHSTAT.
I am going to go over just the procedure and am not
discussing any explanations of the output in this note.
We are going to look at Excel files of the Billionaires
An auto insurance agency was in investigating accident rates for
drivers in different age groups. The following contingency provides
a joint probability distribution for drivers by age group and the
accident rate.
Number of accidents
in past three years
A
Example:
An airport limo service has experienced that the probability that a passenger with conform booking will
actually use the service is 0.93
An van of the service can carry 8 passengers.
The van is fully booked.
If the passenger decisions are indepen
Assignment 3
1. A) Two balanced dice are rolled to see the number of dots facing up.
Find the probability of observing
i)
six dots on both the dice.
ii)
six dots on the first die or six dots on the second die.
(1,1),(1,2),(1,3),(1,4),(1,5),(1,6)
(2,1),(2,
Let us look at another tool that will help as compare population
proportions for more than two populations.
Chi Square Distribution Introduction and Applications
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The Chi Square distribution is a probability distribution, where the
random variab
Comparing two populations
These notes relate with the chapter 9 of your text book.
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We are going to look at comparison of two population means. We shall do very basic level calculations,
to understand the idea because in practice mostly su