MA150 Online Statistics
Project 1: Chapter 1 & 2
Name: Greg Chaplin
Date: September 16, 13
Chapter 1 - Page 8 # 1.1
Population: The collection of individuals or items under the consideration in a stat
Rob Browne
Prof Fujimori
Statistics I
29 September 2016
Chapter 4 Write Up
1. Complete the steps below to calculate the probability of choosing a 2, 4, 6, or 8:
a. Are the events choose a 2, choose a
Chapter 7 Write Up
As always, be thorough in your explanations and show any calculations.
1. A simple random sample is taken from a normal population. Choose
the one statement that is true from the fo
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Exam
Worcester State University
Statistics Practice Final
MA 150
1. Residential students on a college campus are categorized according to their class standing (Freshman,
Sophomore, Junior, Senio
Worcester State University
Project 7 Chapter 7 sections 1 2 3
Name: Greg Chaplin
MA150 Statistics 1
Instructor: Mary Fowler
1. A simple random sample is taken from a normal population. Choose the one
Rob Browne
Prof Fujimori
Statistics
18 October 2016
Chapter 6 Write Up
1. If the area under the standard normal distribution curve and to the right of a z-score is
less than 0.5 then the z-score is: 0
Name: Greg Chaplin
Project 2 Unit 3: Chapter 3 Sections 1, 2, 3, 4
Explain your answers. No work, no credit!
1.
Obtain the five-number summary for the given sample. (10 points)
Here are the average ma
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MA150 Statistics 1
Statistics Online Project 5: Chapter 5
Name: Gregory Chaplin
Instructor: Mary Fowler
1.
The sum of the probabilities of a discrete probability distributio
Statistics OnLine Project 4: Chapter 4
Greg Chaplin
1.
If you randomly choose a card from a standard deck of cards.
Complete the steps below to calculate the probability of choosing a 2, 4, 6, or 8:
A
MA150_Stat OL
Project 8 CH 8 Sections 1-4
Greg Chaplin
Project 8: Part 1 read the five problems and determine if you would use a z-interval or a t-interval and
why. You do not need to calculate the in
George
Chapter 3 summary
Professor Fujimori
2-13-18
1) The five-number summary is (327, 434.5, 504.5, 548, 594). To find this I put all the
numbers in excel and ordered them from high to low and them
George
Chapter 4 write up
2-21-18
Chapter write up
Part 1
a. The event that you chose a 2, a 4, a 6, and an 8 at the same time is not mutually
exclusive. This is because a mutually exclusive event is
Chapter 4: Probability Concepts
4.1: Probability Basics
Four ways to think about probability
1. Empirical Probability
To estimate the probability of a tossing a coin and getting a head, toss the coin
Chapter 3: Descriptive Measures
Section 1: Measures of Center
Measure of center gives a general idea of the size of the data.
Example: Consider data on weights of people in a certain population. The c
Chapter 2: Organizing Data
2.1: Variables and Data
Variables are the characteristics of the individuals within the
population. The suggested approaches to analyzing problems vary by
> Random variables reect measurements that can change as the experiment is
repeated
Random variables are denoted with capital letters, typically using X, Y, or Z,
Observed values are usually written w
1. The five number summary for the average mathematics achievement scores for ninth
graders in 32 different countries is 327, 428.25, 504.5, 554, 594.
a. Center: Mean:488.656
b. Spread: Range: 267
c.
Rob Browne
Prof Fujimori
Statistics I
11 October 2016
Chapter 5 Write Up
1. The sum of the probabilities of a discrete probability distribution must equal 1.
2. The following table: The value of A is
Rob Browne
Prof. Fujimori
Statistics I
15 September 2016
Data Analysis Lab 1, Investigation 2
A)
Hospital Admissions
Valid Assault
Cancer
Congestive Heart
Failure
Fall
Gun Shot Wound
Motor Vehicle
Acc
Rob Browne
Prof. Fujimori
Statistics I
26 September 2016
Data Analysis Lab 2
Statistics
Average_Grade
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Valid
Missing
Mean
Std. Deviation
Minimum
Maximum
Percentiles 25
50
75
32
0
.8091
.13062
.42
.99
Worcester State University
Project Chapter 7 sections 1 2 3
Name:
Due Monday 10/23
MA150 Statistics 1
Instructor: Mary Fowler
1. A simple random sample is taken from a normal population. Choose the on
Anderson Nguyen
01/25/18
Professor Fujimori
Data Analysis Lab: Analysis of Hospital Admissions
A. The following data is a Frequency Distribution and Relative Frequency Distribution
Table of the 20
Anderson Nguyen
01/23/18
Statistic Write Up
Professor Fujimori
I: Complete the following questions from the textbook (20 points):
Chapter 1 - Page 9 # 1.23
A. It is inferential and I can be sure
STATISTICS NOTES
CHAPTER 1
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Chapter 1: The Nature of Statistics
Section 1: Statistics Basics
Statistics: A branch of mathematics that deals with the
Collection
Organization
Presentation
Analysis