Name:_
HP340: Statistical Methods, Fall 2016
Due Date: Sep 22, 2016
Homework #2
Instructions: Clearly circle the letter of the best answer for multiple-choice questions and
show your work when calculations are required. Where necessary, please explain you

Name:_
HP340: Statistical Methods, Fall 2016
Due Date: Nov 28, 2016
Homework #8
Instructions: Clearly circle the letter of the best answer for multiple-choice questions and
show your work when calculations are required. Where necessary, please explain you

HP-340 Fall 2016 Extra Credit
Instructions PLEASE READ
This extra credit assignment is an opportunity for each of you to improve upon your midterm
score. The score you get on the extra credit will be scaled and added to your midterm score. In
other words,

Homework #6
1. (1 point) In a one-factor between-subjects analysis of variance, the F statistic is defined
as _d_.
a. MSA / dfError
b. MSTotal / MSError
c. SSA / dfA
d. MSA / MSError
e. SSError / dfError
2. (1 point) SSA and SSError are also called _ and

Name:_
HP340: Statistical Methods, Fall 2016
Due Date: Nov 2, 2016
Homework #6
Instructions: Clearly circle the letter of the best answer for multiple-choice questions and
show your work when calculations are required. Where necessary, please explain your

1.
Study Guide- Emma Kantor
2. Hypothesis testing
The logic of hypothesis testing: why do we do it?
Hypothesis testing is a statistical procedure for testing whether chance is a
plausible explanation of an experimental finding.
Null and alternative hyp

Measures of central tendency
Frequency distribution: organized tabular summary of the raw scores of a
quantative variable
Mean, median, mode
Sample Mean
Most common measure of central tendency: X
Population Mean
Mean of the entire population if often de

HP340
Fall 2016
Midterm Study Guide
1. Descriptive Statistics: be able to define (or draw) and give examples of each
Types of variables
- independent & dependent variables
- discrete (finite or countable set of values) & continuous (infinite values bet

Quiz 2
Solutions
Which relations are
(1) reflexive,
(2) symmetric,
(3) antisymmetric,
(4) transitive
?
1
Domain: cfw_w,x,y,z
R: cfw_(w,w),(w,x),(x,w),(x,x),(x,z),(y,y),(z,y),(z,z)
(w,w),(x,x),(y,y),(z,z) in R, so is reflexive.
(x,z) in R, (z,x) not in R,

STATS: Part II Lecture 3
01/15/2016
Histograms
A histogram is a graphical method for displaying the shape of a
distribution.
In the context of statistics, we consider histograms that are little bit
specific: density scale histograms.
Part I: How to sketc

STATS: Part I Lecture 2: Observational Studies
01/13/2016
1st homework: Due next Thursday 21st
Quiz is related to the homework
Controlled experiment: the investigators decide which subject goes
to such or such group
That decision is made in a random way.