Kristy Fugate
Part I
What vital signs or symptoms does Annie exhibit?
Some vital signs and/ or symptoms Annie is exhibiting are blurred vision, trouble
seeing, fatigued, not being able to grasp the car keys, and she is always tired.
Can you see any common
P = Probability
E = Eastern
T= True
^ = Intersection upside down U
Minnesota
Eastern and True
31/1363
Eastern divided by total
P(E u T)
P(E) + P(T)
-P(ERT)
-127/1363
+ 237/1363
- 31/1363
Draw ven diagram if stuck
Independent?
P(E) P(T)
P (E ^ T) = P(E)
P
6.6
$1 bet > $500 $0 if number chosen
a) The probability of winning a single $1 et would be 1/1000 = .001
b) Let X denote your winnings for a $1 vet
x = winnings for $ bet x = 1 $ bet = cfw_ 0 500 dollar bet)
x = 500 x=0
The probability distribution of X
1.19)
1.24)
a) Subject a Honda Accord
b) Sample The few new automobiles of each model every year
c) Population All Honda Accords
a) Population 40,858 members of the student body in Madison
Sample The 100 students selected from the student body
b) No, this
Kristy Fugate
Homework #5
8.6
a) 6 tomato plants recorded heights after 14 days
(55.5+60.3+60.6+62.1+65.5+69.2)/6= 62.2
62.2mm is the point estimate
b) 62.2+4.9= 67.1 and 62.2-4.9=57.3
c) 95% confidence interval is (57.3, 67.1) the point estimate alone is
5.6
5.14
b) If you generate 10 random digits, each integer between 0 and 9 must occur exactly once,
because if it is a random number generator, each has the same likeliness, but each still has a
possibility to be chosen twice.
a)
b)
c)
5.24
cfw_0, 1, 2, 3
5.6
b) If you generate 10 random digits, each integer between 0 and 9 must occur exactly once,
because if it is a random number generator, each has the same likeliness, but each still has a
possibility to be chosen twice.
5.14
a)
cfw_0
6.6
$1 bet > $500 $0 if number chosen
a) The probability of winning a single $1 et would be 1/1000 = .001
b) Let X denote your winnings for a $1 vet
x = winnings for $ bet x = 1 $ bet = cfw_ 0 500 dollar bet)
x = 500 x=0
The probability distribu
Notes for Statistics 3011
University of Minnesota
Fall 2016
Notes accompanying the Third Edition of
Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning From Data
by Alan Agresti and Christine Franklin
Contents
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
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1.1 The Basics . . . . . .