Quiz 5
1. Answer #2 on page 67 of your coursepack. Let the upper left plot be 1, upper right be 2, lower left be 3,
and lower right be 4. You do not need to draw anything for this problem, just match the correlations.
1. (0.15-0.25) 2. (0.75-0.85), 3. (0.
1. Answer #13a on page 103 of your coursepack.
EV= (2*50)=100
2. Answer #13b on page 103 of your coursepack.
There is a 32.3% chance that the sum will be less than 90
3. Answer #14a on page 103 of your coursepack.
4. Answer #14ba on page 103 of your cours
1.
Answer #12 on page 142 of your coursepack A test is run to determine whether auto A has
better gas mileage than auto B. Independent simple random samples of size 40 autos of
type A and 50 of type B were taken with the following results: xA = 28.0 SDA =
Study Guide for Exam 2
Entrepreneurship
Know why entrepreneurs take the risks of starting a new venture Opportunity,
Profit, Independence, Challenge.
What goal do entrepreneurs have that micropreneurs don't? Profit, micro just wants
to live a balanced lif
Freedom of Expression - Com. 3070, Study Guide II.
Freedom of Expression I. Prior Restraint
Regulatory Acts
Alien and Sedition Act, 1798
Purpose, problems with
Espionage Act, 1917
Purpose, problems with
Alien Registration Act (Smith Act), 1940
Purpose, pr
WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY School of
Communication
Freedom of Expression (Com. 3070) Study Guide 4A.
Gershons Greatest Hits Performed Live from Brown
Hall
with special guest appearance J. Gabriel Ware
From John Adams to the Miracle on Ice, we have consid
Freedom of Expression - Com. 3070
Study Guide I.
Adams, Sam
As political revolutionary
As representative to the Continental Congress
Sons of Liberty
Adams, John
As revolutionary leader during Continental Congress
As Vice President
As President
Legal defen
Study Guide for Exam 3
Chapter 13 - Marketing
Understand the evolution of marketing (production, sales, marketing concept, relationship,
social)
Know the steps of the consumer decision-making process and understand how outside
factors influence it and why
Freedom of Expression - Com. 3070
Study Guide III.
SYMBOLIC SPEECH
Archetype, what is
Examples of, fire, new beginning, wisdom and learning
Arlington National Cemetery, purpose, history of
Ellis Island, origins, history and symbolic significance
Ku Klux K
Name: _
STAT 3660
12/06/2016
Quiz 13
You need to show work. Points will be taken off if calculations are not shown.
1. I have created a new program that I believe will help you increase your percent in the class.
You take the same class twice, once withou
Name: _
STAT 3660
10/06/2016
Quiz 5
1. (Multiple Choice) Consider regressing the number of pages in a book versus the number of
words in a book. The data would have _ correlation.
a. positive
b. negative
c. no
d. undetermined
2. Consider the dataset below
Name: _
STAT 3660
11/03/2016
Quiz 9
You need to show work. Points will be taken off if calculations are not shown.
1. A medical study was carried out to investigate a new drug. For the 150 subjects in the study,
the new drug was successful for 98 of these
Name: _
Quiz 4
1. (Multiple Choice) Below are two normal distributions. Plot A is the solid line and plot B is the
dashed line.
Which of the following best describes the relationship between A and B?
a) x( A) x( B) , sd ( A) sd ( B)
b) x( A) x( B) , sd (
Study Guide for Exam 1
Foundations of Business
Understand the difference between a good and a service and be able to identify if
given an example.
Good- Tangible item that satisfies some human want or need. (Groceries) I
guess.
Service- Intangible product
Handout 2: Plots and Statistics
Chapters 5-6
Variables
There are several plots used for data. The type of plots used depends on whether the variable is categorical
or numeric. A categorical variable is one in which the response falls in a category. An exa
1. Hypothesis: H0: the distribution among registered voters is the same as the previous time.
HA: the distribution among registered voters is different.
Z-test: 9.10
P-value: .0105
Decision: Reject H0
Conclusion: There is evidence that the distribution ha
1. The population is the gas mileages of all autos type A and B.
Hypothesis: H0: A < B <= 0, H1: A >B
Z-test: (28.0-25.3)-0)/.477=5.66
P-value= .00001
Decision: Reject H0
Conclusion: There is evidence to show that auto A has higher gas mileage than auto B
Marlon Tate
4-19-17
COM 1000
J L. Dibble, M. Drouin, Krystyna S. Aune & R. Boller (2015) Simmering on the Back Burner:
Communication with and Disclosure of Relationship Alternatives, Communication
Quarterly, 63:3, 329-344.
Abstract:
The purpose of this st
Marlon Tate
4-19-17
COM 1000
Extra Abstracts
Patric R. Spence, Kenneth A. Lachlan, Xialing Lin & Maria del Greco (2015)
Variability in Twitter Content Across the Stages of a Natural Disaster:
Implications for Crisis Communication, Communication Quarterly,
1. The proportion of females that were 16-24, played an organized sport, and had an injury was
15% of all the women that reported participating in an organized sport or an activity as part of a
club or association or high school whether for training, fitn
QUIZ 2 (Pg.11)
1. (#2) The good features of Linds experiment include the aspects Lind controlled. For instance, the
sample consisted completely of scorbutic sailors and they all received the same diet. The bad
features of Linds experiment were the uncontr
Discussion post 6 Correlation
1. Give an example of two numeric variables that you believe would be strongly correlated. Give a brief
explanation for your answer.
2. Give an example of two numeric variables that you believe would be uncorrelated. Give a b
Quiz 1
This quiz is simply meant to get you use to posting a quiz on e-learning. No other
students will be able to see your responses.
You will answer the questions directly on here, as you will with all quizzes.
1. List 3 ways to get help throughout the
Quiz 4
1. Answer question 7 on p. 53 of your coursepack
The option that best describes the relation between A and B:
(C) mean of A> mean of B, SDB> SDA
In poorer countries, growth of children can be an important indicator of general levels of health
and n
STAT 3660 Midterm Review
Plots
1. Name a plot you could use for each of the following variables.
a. Age: _
b. Favorite color: _
c. Number of speeding tickets youve gotten: _
d. Academic major: _
Statistics
2. Which dataset has more spread?
A. One observat
Name: _
STAT 3660
10/20/2016
Quiz 7
You need to show work. Points will be taken off if calculations are not shown.
1. Consider a true or false test with 100 questions where your score is 1 point for each correct
answer. Suppose you studied, so you have an
Name: _
Quiz 2
1. There are always people out by the flag poles handing out flyers. Suppose I am interested in
whether more men or women stop to talk to these individuals. To decide this, I sit nearby and
record the gender of the people who stop and talk
1. Answer #12 on page 142 of your coursepack.
a. the hypothesis HO: A= B
HA: A B
b. the test statistic 2.7/0.5910 = 4.568
c. p-value p-value > 1
d. decision - 1 > .05 fail to reject Ho
e. conclusion - We do not have sufficient evidence that auto A as bett
Hailey Novak
Quiz 2
Answer the following questions on this sheet. You will need to submit it on e-learning.
1. Answer question 2 on page 11 of your coursepack.
There are many good things that Lind did in his experiment for the cure of scurvy. One thing he