Emily Rockhill
STA 21528
Professor Gabrosek
22 January 2014
1. 0.3 Population Sample
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The Population of this group would be people who have tendinitis in the
knee.
The Sample of this group would be people who have tendinitis in the knee,
nut have not
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Practice Exam 2 with Solutions
STA 215
HW 4, 5
Fall 2013
Prof. Gabrosek
CH 2 See BB handouts for textbook sections
Clicker Questions from CH 2 See BB Course Documents Clicker Questions for the
questions and answers
True or False.
1. If a data set is rough
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Statistics and Probability (Math 80) . Quiz # 3 (Chapters 7 and 8)
1. After conducting a survey at a pet store to see what impact having a pet had on the condition of the yard, a news reporter stated "There appears to be a strong correlation between
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Statistics & Probability Exam #1 (Chapters 1  6 ) Please Show Work, when possible! (If you don't, I can't give you partial credit!) 1. We collect data from 50 male students about their eye color, h ouri of homework they did last week, number of cig
Stats: Data and Models  Investigative Task
Chapter 4
Dollars for Students
In 2000 the Department of Education published the Digest for Education Statistics, a collection of information about education in the United States. They reported the average amoun
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Statistics & Probability Confidence Interval Problems Consider the following situations. Identify the population and the sample, explain what p and p represent, and tell whether it is appropriate to create a confidence interval using
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Sample distribution is skewed Right.
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H[alt.]: 0

Approximately normal sample distribution (No, sample is skewed.)
Randomly obtained sample (No, most likely a convenience sample.)
OneSample Test
Test Value = 0
95% Confidence Interv
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Stats 21532
10/1/13
Beach Bacteria
Lake Michigan has recently been showing the health department concern of an unwanted
level of Escherichia Coli (E. Coli) count after reports of hospitalization from the lakes
swimmers.
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Stats 21532
11/12/13
Metal Casting SSPS Project 2
Johnson Industries rely on two suppliers for recycled casting steel, Allied Recycling and
Thompson Scrap Metal, in order to manufacture their products for business. The c
STA215
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Homework 1
(Handed in)
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Section:
Due:
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1/19
For each of the following situations, explain (in words) the following: the population, sample,
subject, variable, parameter of interest, and the statistic that is being calc
STA 215
Chapter
1: one
categorical
variable
Exam Formula Sheets Prof. Gabrosek
Formulas
Relative Frequency (sample proportion): p =
frequency
n
ID_
Confidence Interval
For CI on p
Conditions: np 10 and
n (1 p ) 10
Sampling Distribution of p : (i) mean
Conserve
Waterwise Landscaping
Purpose of Landscaping
Beauty
Utility
Conservation
Waterwise Options
Zeroscaping
Xeriscaping
Zeroscaping
Click icon to add
picture
Low to No Maintenance Landscaping
Design
Characteristics
Uses a variety of rocks for design
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SPSS 17 Crib Sheet
Prepared by: John Gabrosek
Accessing SPSS from Classrooms and Labs
Double click on Departmental Applications.
Double click on Statistics.
Double click on SPSS 17.
Note that unlike preVista versions of the operating system we no long
STA 215 ProfeSSor Gabrosek Winter 2014 Sections: 1.5 i 1.7
Project: Breaking the Code
Reading Sections: 1.5 h 1.7
Overview: The goal of these sections is to introduce graphical summaries (bar chart and pie
chart) and numerical summaries (frequency table
Michael Pannone
Descriptives
brand
absorb
Value Time
Statistic
Std. Error
Mean
30.1550
Median
30.4000
Variance
5.374
Std. Deviation
2.31823
Mean
29.1650
Median
Spartan
28.9500
Variance
.59211
7.012
Std. Deviation
Full Circle
.51837
2.64799
Mean
24.1300
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STA 215 Professor Gabrosek
Winter 2014 Sections: 0.1 0.5
Project: The Stroop Effect Part 1
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