SELF-REVIEW TEST (PROBABILITY)
1. The collection of all outcomes for an experiment is called:
a) a sample space
b) joint probability
c) intersection of events
2. A final outcome of an experiment is called:
a) a compound event
b) a sim
STATS250 Individual PROJECT #1(Descriptive Statistics) Spring, 2017
Individual Project #1 is due on Wednesday, February 15.
Individual Project #1 will be scored on a 50-point scale.
SPSS INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 1
GROUP PROJECT #1 (Des Stat/Prob Dist)
Project #1 is due on Wednesday, February 8.
Project #1 will be scored on a 50-point scale.
You are encouraged, but not required, to work with one or two partners
STATS-250-F Applied Statistics
Part 1: Course Information
Instructor: Longqing Li
Email: [email protected]
Office: Room 1003, 10th floor, 73 Tremont St.
Monday and Wednesday 4:00pm 5:30 pm and by appointment
1.Renaissance was happened in 14 to 17 century,
in Europe. It was an action which about the
ideology and culture changed.
2. Renaissance was supported humanist. It
showed humans value to live.
3. Renaissance was ha
Statistic=> Extract useful info from data
Weakest form of data is called nominal data
a. All you can do is categorize the data (male/female)
i. With nominal data, all you can calculate is proportion
Ordinal data, you can categorize an
If we treat our observations as population data:
Coefficient of Variance
If we treat our observations as sample data:
A local restaurant is committed to providing its patrons with the best dining
experience possible. On a recent survey, the restaurant asked patrons to
rate the quality of their entres. The responses ranged from 1 to 5, where 1
indicated a disappointing en
It came as a big surprise when Apples touch screen iPhone 4, considered by
many to be the best smartphone ever, was found to have a problem (The
New York Times, June 24, 2010). Users complained of weak reception, and
sometimes even dropped calls, when the
Name: Tou Zong Her
Chapter 1 and 2
Name: Tou Zong Her
Quiz: Chapter 3
You have 10 minutes to answer the following questions. SHOW ALL YOUR WORK to
get any credit.
Consider a sample with data values of
SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK FOR CREDIT
Question #1 (30 oints)
A bowlers 3001' s for nine (9) games were:
Psi 1K} in 192 17:~2\17a\ 17\1 lit: 190
Use these data as a sample and calculate the following descriptive statistics:
Notes and Questions - Chapter 9
Brief review on Chapter 9
1. Introduction to hypothesis testing
(1) General guideline for setting up the null and alternative hypothesis
: Whatever you wish to establish is placed in the alternative hypothesis whereas the n