Sampling and sampling distributions. Chapter 7.
Sample Describe the sample data
Parameters are numerical descriptive measures for populations (fixed, often unknown values) For instance: For the normal distribution: the parameters are l
Handout 8. Chapter 6
The Normal Distribution
. Continuous random variables can assume the infinitely many values corresponding to points on a line interval. (Think of a discrete random variable whose range of values becomes denser and denser.)
Handout 13. Chapter 8.4 and 8.5. Testing hypotheses about a population proportion (large samples). Review: Steps in Hypothesis Testing 1. Specify the population value of interest. 2. Formulate the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses. 3. Speci
Chapter 8.4: Testing hypotheses about a population mean m (large samples).
Example 1.Suppose that a pharmaceutical company is concerned that the mean potency of an antibiotic does not meet the minimum government potency standards. They need to deci
Final Exam practice exam Fall 2007 It covers: Chapter 3 (bivariate data handout 4) + material from Exam 2 + Chapter 8 + Chapter 9.1- 9.3 (if time allows).
Chapter 3 Problem1
For the material from Exam 2 refer to the practice exam 2 + exam 2 Chap
Chapter 5.Random Variables.
A random variable X associates a numerical value with each outcome of an experiment.
(It is frequently the case when an experiment is performed that we are mainly interested in some function of the outcome as opposed to
Handout 4.Descriptive study of bivariate data
Categorical data (Chapter 3, section 2). Numerical data (Chapter 3, sections 4, 5, 6).
Bivariate data Discrete and numerical Do not consider Both discrete 1. Described by a contingency table 2. Summaries
Handout 10.Inferences in large samples. Chapter 8 (8.1-8.3 ) Confidence interval for a population mean.
Terminology Parameter: or p, the average or the proportion in the population. Estimator (point estimator): The sample mean or the sample propo
191 abstract and literature review Instructor: Shelly Perdomo
Idi Amin: Uganda's Fall into Economic Abyss
John Dunn Abstract
The significance of this particular research topic was to get a better understanding of the conditions that existed in Afri