Stat 3011
Fall 2014
Exam 1 (A)
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STAT3011 Spring 2015
Homework 1
Chapters covered: 1, 2, 4
1.24: a, b, c, and
d) What type of variable is the students answer to researchers question: On how many days
in the past week did you consume at least one alcoholic drink? Be as specic as possible
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Fall 2014
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STAT3011 Fall 2015
Assignment 5
Due: November 1, 2015
Chapter covered: 8
8.1 (page 355)
8.15 (page 366)
8.24 (page 367)
8.36 (page 378)
8.52 (page 387; Hint: Use the fact that Range 6 for approximately bellshaped da
Stat 3011
Fall 2014
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Stat 3011
Homework 4 Solutions - Page 1 of 8
Fall 2015
STAT 3011 Homework #4 Solutions
Chapter covered: 7
Problem I. Non-R problems
1. 7.10 (p. 316)
Solution:
a. When n = 100, the standard deviation of p is
p(1 p)
(0.5)(1 0.5)
p =
=
= 0.05
n
100
and when
STAT3011 Fall 2015
Assignment 3
Due: Oct 4, 2015
Chapter covered: 6
6.6
a. The chance of picking the winning ticket in Pick 3 is
1
1
10
1
or 0.001.
10
1
=
10
1000
b. Ohio Pick 3
X=Winning
Prob.
$0
0.999
$500
0.001
$0
0.9999
$5000
0.0001
c. E(X) = 0*0.999
STAT3011 Fall 2015
Assignment 2
Due: September 27, 2015
Chapter covered: 5
1. Consider a random number generator designed for equally likely outcomes.
That is, each random digit between 0 and 9 has an equal probability of being
selected.
a. List the sampl
STAT3011 Fall 2015
Homework 1
Chapters covered: 1, 2, 4
1.24: a, b, c, and d) What type of variable is the students answer to researchers question
On how many days in the past week did you consume at least one alchololic drink? Be as
specic as possible.
Stat 3011
Lab 5 - Page 1 of 3
Fall 2015
STAT 3011 Lab #5
Problem I. Use the following code to access data from the Getting To Know You Survey that was
conducted. Note that there is a file, Getting To Know You Survey Dataset Details.docx that
describes det
Case:Mendel Paper Company
Mendel Paper Company produces four basic paper product lines at one of its plants: computer paper, napkins, place mats, and
poster board. Materials and operations vary according to the line of product. The market has been relativ
STAT3011 Spring 2015
Assignment 2
Due: Feb 8, 2015
Chapter covered: 5
5.6
5.22
5.24
5.30
5.39
5.73 You may skip constructing a tree diagram.
5.105 -5.107
R Problem -
Use the following c
R version 3.1.2 (2014-10-31) - "Pumpkin Helmet"
Copyright (C) 2014 The R Foundation for Statistical Computing
Platform: x86_64-apple-darwin10.8.0 (64-bit)
R is free software and comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
You are welcome to redistribute it under
Team Gender Amount of games played amount of goals scoredArsenal FC M 20 31Aston Villa M 20 20Cardiff M 20 20Chelsea M 20 42Crystal Palace M 20 20Everton M 20 35Fullham M 20 30Hull City M 20 21Liverpool M 20 49Manchester city M 20 49Almeria M 20 27Athleti
STAT 3011-Introduction to Statistical Analysis
WBU Aud 20, Mon, Wed, Fri 9:05 a.m. 9:55 a.m.
WBU Aud 20, Mon, Wed, Fri 10:10 a.m. 11:00 a.m.
Spring 2015 (Sec 001 and 005)
Instructor
Barbara Kuzmak, Ph.D.
School of Statistics
Office: 485 Ford Hall
Office H
STAT 3011-Introduction to Statistical Analysis
WBU Aud 20, Mon, Wed, Fri 9:05 a.m. 9:55 a.m.
WBU Aud 20, Mon, Wed, Fri 10:10 a.m. 11:00 a.m.
Spring 2015 (Sec 001 and 005)
Instructor
Barbara Kuzmak, Ph.D.
School of Statistics
Office: 485 Ford Hall
Office H
A (very) Brief Guide to Using R
1
Downloading R
1. Go to the website www.r-project.org
2. Go to the CRAN link on the left and choose a location to download from (a mirror).
Someone once told me to choose a location close by, but I dont know if there is an
HOMEWORKASSIGNMENT#4
7.4
A. PopulationDistribution=
X(0)=0.75&X(1)=0.25
B. mean=p,p=0.25thereforemean=0.25
C. SqRoot[0.25(10.25)/50]=.061
D. Thismeansthatinrandomsamplesof50people,thesampleproportionwhoown
theappwouldvaryfromsampletosample,andthestandardd
9.4,
Let population mean GPA =mu
Null hypothesis H0: mean GPA mu =3.05
Alternative hypothesis Ha:mean GPA mu not equal to 3.05
9.5 a, It is an alternative hypothesis because If the therapy has no effect then = 0
but the therapy has a beneficial effect on
PRACTICALASSIGNMENTPART1
1.) Tell us what your idea is and why you have chosen to pursue this idea.
Our idea is to find out if men or women soccer teams score more goals over
a year period. We both decided on this idea based on the fact that were both hug
Notes for Statistics 3011
University of Minnesota
Spring 2015
Notes accompany the Third Edition of
Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning From Data
by Alan Agresti and Christine Franklin
Contents
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1
1.1 The Basics . . . . . . .
R Reference Guide
This R guide was put together in order to provide a quick reference guide to those who
plan to use R in STAT 3011. We focus here just on the types of things you will need to
do in this course. There is much more you can do with R, howeve
Team
Gender
Amount of games played
Amount of goals scored
Arsenal FC M
20
31
Aston Villa M
20
20
Cardiff
M
20
20
Chelsea
M
20
42
Crystal Palace
M
20
20
Everton
M
20
35
Fullham
M
20
30
Hull City
M
20
21
Liverpool
M
20
49
Manchester city
M
20
49
Almeria
M
2