Chapter 5
Sampling Distribution of the Proportion
J.C. Wang
Goal and Objectives
of Chapter 5
To learn about the sampling distribution of the proportion
iClicker Question 5.1 Pre-lecture
iClicker Question 5.1 Pre-lecture
Outline
Sampling Distribution of th
STAT 2160: Homework #4 Practice Problems
Note : Please go over Homework #3 Practice Problems thoroughly before
you start this. That will help you understand the concept very well.
Question 1
Suppose that the mean and standard deviation of the number of ga
Handout 1: Basic Denitions, Samples and Populations,
and Sampling Methods
Reading Assignment: Sections 1.1, 1.2, Chapter 2
Statistics v. statistics
Statistics (capital S) is a collection of techniques and procedures for analyzing data. These techniques an
Multiple Linear Regression
Analysis of Real Estate Data
Chapter 11. Linear Regression
Multiple Linear Regression
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Multiple Linear Regression
Analysis of Real Estate Data
Outline
1
Multiple Linear Re
Chapter 3. Location and Spread
of numerical data
J.C. Wang
Goal and Objective
of Chapter 3
To learn about the location and spread properties of
numerical data
iClicker Question 3.1 Pre-lecture
iClicker Question 3.1 Pre-lecture
Outline
Measure of Central T
Simple Linear Regression
SLR: Housing Data Example
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Simple Linear Regression
SLR: Housing Data Example
Goal and Objectives
of Chapter 11
Goal: To learn a
Chapter 4
Part 1. Normal Distribution
J.C. Wang
Goal and Objective
of Chapter 4
To learn how to compute normal and binomial probabilities
iClicker Question 4.1 Pre-lecture
iClicker Question 4.1 Pre-lecture
Outline
Computing Normal Probabilities
Using Stem
Measure of Central Tendency
Measure of Variation
Some Rules
Shape of Distribution
Empirical Rule
Chapter 3. Location and Spread
of numerical data
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Measure of Central Tendency
Measure of Variation
Som
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interact with the people around me, as well as myself when I am on my own. Doing this project
has shown me that I need to make a few changes in my life so that I can
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The south had many problems after the civil war
Econony was based entirely on cotton and agriculture
Rich came from land and slaves
1863 half way through civil war-Abraham freed slaves with
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STAT 2160 : Homework #3 Practice Problems
Question 1
Suppose that the average and standard deviation of scores on a statistics
exam were 87.98 and 7.495, respectively. As a curve, 5.2 is added to every
observation in the dataset, what will the new standar
Cheat Sheet
STAT 2160
First Long Exam
Formula / Function Purpose
to compute the midhinge
to compute the midrange
standard deviation
to compute the coefﬁcient of variation
mean
b — a b — a b — a to compute the approximate standard deviation when two v
A certain list of movies were chosen from lists of recent Academy Award Best Picture winners, highest grossing movies, series movies
(e.g. the Harry Potter series, the Spiderman series), and from the Sundance Film Festival and are being analyzed. The mean
Study Guide EXAM #1 ECON 2020
You need to understand :
The factors that cause scarcity
The idea of opportunity cost and be able to calculate it from a production possibilities schedule
or frontier
Marginal benefits and marginal costs and how that applies
1.
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4.
Macroeconomics
Presenting models: verbally, graphically, math, etc.
Procedures of the scientific method
a. Observing real-world behavior and outcomes
b. Develop a hypothesis (cause and effect)
c. Test your hypothesis- natural experiment vs. la
Study Guide for the Second Exam Econ 2020 Fall 2013
What is Gross Domestic Product and how is it calculated?
What sorts of things and what types of transactions are not included in GDP (household production,
underground economy, second-hand sales etc.)
Wh
Chapter 2. Sample and Population
Surveys
J.C. Wang
Outline
Surveys
Surveys for Problem Solving
Sampling Methods
Two Classes of samples
Probability Samples
Non-Probability Samples
Conducting Surveys
Question Construction
Question Construction
Survey Errors
Chapter 7
Condence Intervals
J.C. Wang
Goal and Objectives
Goal: to learn condence intervals
Objectives:
To understand that each interval has two end-points (lower
and upper bound) and Interpret the condence interval
To compute the condence interval: a po
Introduction
Sampling Distribution of the Mean
Estimate Population Mean
Chapter 6
Sampling Distribution of the Mean
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Introduction
Sampling Distribution of the Mean
Estimate Population Mean
Goal and O
Chapter 6
Sampling Distribution of the Mean
J.C. Wang
Goal and Objective
of Chapter 6
Goal: To learn about Sampling Distribution of the Mean
Objectives
1. To Grasp the concept of Sampling Distribution of the Mean
2. To Compute probabilities related to the
Contingency Table
Test of Independence Examples
Test of Homogeneity Examples
Chapter 9
Testing Equality of Frequencies
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Contingency Table
Test of Independence Examples
Test of Homogeneity Examples
Go
Sampling Distribution of the Proportion
Estimating the Population Proportion
Chapter 5
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Sampling Distribution of the Proportion
Estimating the Population Propo
Chapter 8. Testing Hypotheses
Part 1. Introduction and One-Sample Tests
J.C. Wang
Goal and Objectives
Goal: To learn about Hypotheses Testing Procedures. To
learn hypothesis-testing methodology as a technique for
analyzing differences and making decisions
Phase III Grading Criteria
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Executive Summary/Introduction/Methods
/2
Analysis/Results
/4
First t-Test
1
Second t-Test
1
Chi-Square
1
Linear Regression
1
Conclusion/Bibliography
/2
Format/Appearance/Grammar/Struc
Phase I Grading Criteria
Introduction
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Background
0.5
Broader impact/Greater significance
0.5
Statement of purpose
Methods
1
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Population of interest
1
Data collection
2
Sampling
1
Variables of interest
2
Format/Appearance/Grammar/Structure
Note:
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Phase II Grading Criteria
Analysis/Results
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First Statistical Test:
State the hypotheses in real world terms
1
Calculate the test statistics and p-value/
1
Corresponding table or figure
Make a determination with respect to null hypothesis/
1
State t
Lab III Exercise Spring2017
Stat2160
NAME:_
SECTION #_
Relations
Organize all of your results from Minitab in this document. Make it look "nice" for full credit
(remove unnecessary space, do not have tables divided between to pages, etc.) You will need to
Lab II Exercise Spring2017
NAME:_
Stat2160
SECTION #_
Inference Galore!
Organize all of your results from Minitab in this document. Make it look "nice" for full credit
(remove unnecessary space, do not have tables divided between to pages, etc.) You will