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Statistics 200
Fall 2012 On-line
Test #1, Chapters 1 3
Name: _
Date: _
Answer each of the following. For multiple choice questions, choose the BEST POSSIBLE answer.
Please READ CAREFULLY as one word came make all the difference in a question.
1. A syste
Please explain the significance of the Central Limit Theorem as it
applies to confidence intervals and hypothesis tests.
Secondly, discuss the differences and similarities between
confidence intervals and hypothesis tests. Give some examples
from your own
Original Hypothesis
Project
Stat 200 OLA
Elisabeth Whitney 11/24/12
As I am sitting here, in Canada, might I add I was thinking about what
route do I want to go with this hypothesis project. In Canada, a big
franchise is Tim Hortons. There are some in the
ORIGINAL
HYPOTHESIS TEST
S TAT S 2 0 0 O L A
Project #3
Abstract: Statistical Analysis of the proportion of
traditional round pizzas sold at GSK Pizza using
an inferential statistics method known as a
hypothesis test
For my original hypothesis test I have
Descriptive
statistics project
(The number of touchdowns scored by players in the
NFC north 2011 season?)
Elisabeth Whitney
September 30, 2012
I was asked to come up with data that I had to study and analyze. The data had to
be quantitative which means th
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Stat 200 Statistics
Fall 2012
Test #3, Chapters 7 10
Name: _Lizzie
Whitney_
Date:
_11/26/2012_
Answer each of the following. Choose the BEST POSSIBLE answer. Please READ CAREFULLY. One word
can make a significant difference in the question. All unmarked
ProcessTrends.Com
D. Kelly O'Day
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Excel Box Plots - Working Examples
Excel does not provide a pre-made Box Plot option. With a few steps,
however, Users can make there own Box Plots.
Jon Peltier has a tutorial on making Box Plo
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Statistics 200
Fall 2012 On-line
Test #1, Chapters 1 3
Name: Lizzie Whitney
Date: Sept. 25, 2012
Answer each of the following. For multiple choice questions, choose the BEST POSSIBLE answer.
Please READ CAREFULLY as one word came make all the difference
Original Hypothesis
Project
Stat 200 OLA
Elisabeth Whitney 11/24/12
As I am sitting here, in Canada, might I add I was thinking about what
route do I want to go with this hypothesis project? In Canada, a big
franchise is Tim Hortons. There are some in the
Stat 200
Statistics
Fall 2012
Online
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Final Exam
Name:
_
Lizzie
Whitne
y_
_
_
Date:
_
_Dec
ember
18,
2013
_
_
Answer each of the following to the best of your ability. Each question is worth 10 points.
1. 1. The Student-t distribution used in inferentia
I was asked to come up with data that I had to study and analyze. The data had to
be quantitative which means that it had to be about a quantity of the data. I chose to study
the number of touchdowns scored by players in the NFC North 2011 season. The dat