STAT3011 Spring 2015
Assignment 2
5.6
(b) is not correct because the different trials of a random phenomenon are
independent where the outcome of every trial is not affected by the outcome of any
othe
STAT 3011: Spring 2015
Assignment 4
7.4
(a) P~N(12.5,0.061)
(b) Mean=p=0.25
(c) =0.061
(d) The sample proportion will probably fall within 3(.061)
deviations to the population proportion
7.7
(a) Mean=
STAT3011 Spring 2015
Assignment 7
(1)
Onesided normal hypothesis test for population proportion, Ho: p>0.80
vs. Ha: p<0.80
(2)
Two sided ttest for population mean, Ho: population mean=10 vs. Ha:
pop
STAT3011 Spring 2015
Assignment 5
8.12
(a) 31/1223=0.025
(b) se=0.00446
(c) (0.016, 0.112)
No, fewer than 11.2% of all adults in the United States
were victims.
8.22
(a) (0.78788, 0.86012)
Yes, we can
STAT3011 Spring 2015
Homework 6
9.4
Null H0
Alternate Ha
H0: mean = 3.05
Ha: mean 3.05
9.5
(a) Alternative hypothesis because it is more than one parameter
value
(b) parameter weight change
H0: mean=0
STAT3011 Spring 2015
Assignment 8
1. Twosided significance test for comparing two population
proportions
a. Ho: 6%=11% vs. Ha:6%11%
2. ANOVA Ftest for comparing population means of several
groups
a.
1
Trebuchet.txt analyze these data to find the effects of the
different factors on distance
Trebutchet Summary: There is significant evidence that the rope length
used affects the distance in inches t
I.
II.
Factorial Treatment Structure
a. Where treatments are created by combining factors
b. i.e. water/rice ratio and cooking time in steamed rice
With two factors, there are g = ab treatments; with
I.
Chapter 14
A.
The current yield on a bond is equal to
1.
Annual interest payment divided by the current market
price
B.
To earn a high rating from the bond rating agencies, a firm
should have
1.
C.
I.
Key Definitions
A.
Politics
1.
The struggle over the distribution of power between people
(or other social actors like classes, political parties, etc.)
B.
Power
1.
The ability of individuals or gr
I.
The Thomas Theorem
A.
If men define situations as real, they are real in their
consequences W.I. Thomas
II.
The myth of race
A.
Race a group of people who share a set of characteristics
typically
I.
Social movements concepts
A.
Mass behavior
1.
Action that takes place in group and diverges from social
routine, but which is not organized or conscious
2.
Largescale and organized social movement
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
Shifting when the demand curve shifts, the quantity demanded is higher at every single
price
Not shifting moving along the curve, going from point A to point B caused by pr
Pvalues:


Given that the NH is true, the p is the conditional
probability of observing a value of F
o
A small pvalue provides evidence against
the NH
NH is rejected at level if the pvalue is les
I.
Encryption
a. Seeks to address three issues
i. Privacy
ii. Authentication: User Identity
iii. Authentication: Message Integrity
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
CIA and Cryptography
a. Confidentiality assures y
Diseases of Nervous system
Case 2.1: Polio
1. What type of information is contained in all vaccine brochures? Why should they
be read before the vaccines are administered?
In a small percentages of c
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Econ 3101
Fall 2016
Problem Set 3
Department of Economics
University of Minnesota
October 17, 2016
This problem set is due on Thursday, October 27 at the beginning of
Haid1
Salwa Haid
Instructor W. Lund
ENGL 1712 Sec 03
October 15th, 2015
The Red Convertible
Humor, adventure and friendship are examples to best describe the story title The Red
Convertible by Louise
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Econ 3101
Fall 2016
Math Review Exercises
Department of Economics
University of Minnesota
1. Solve for x
(x2 + 3x)
=1
4
1 4 = (x2 + 3x)
= x =
=
x2 + 3x 4
b+/ b2 4ac
2
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False
True
False
viruses
bacteria
parasites
fungi
all of the above
direct transmission
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