Middle America and South America
Middle America
Countries:
Belize
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Costa Rica
Haiti
Panama
Cuba
Honduras
Puerto Rico
Mexico City, Mexico
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Panama (City),
Panama
Belmopan, Belize
Managua, Nicaragua
Havana, Cuba
Guatem
Marissa Heins
There is absolutely no way for a referendum in Kashmir to resolve any tensions between
India and Pakistan. India and Pakistan have long since been feuding about everything, especially
control over territory. From the get go, when the two cou
Introduction to GIS:
Part 1: Computer Maps and GIS
One of the more important tools used by geographers is the fairly new technology of Geographic
Information Systems (GIS). As a computer based geospatial information tool, the applications of the
technolog
Global Patterns Lab
Study the maps and type your answers to the questions. Submit this sheet as an attached document to the drop box.
The thermal maps below show global temperature patterns for January and July, These maps use color to show the temperatur
LAB 5
BOHR ATOM WORKSHEET
NAME_
SCORE_/25
Table 1
n
E(in ev)
1
-13.58
2
-3.4
3
-1.51
4
-.85
5
-.54
infinity
0.00
Table 2
Use the values you did in the table above to complete the table below
n-intial
1
2
3
4
5
n-final=1 X
2
3
4
5
infinity
+10.18
-10.18 X
Chapter 3 Notes
3.1 Page 82. Mean average value for a variable. It
provides a measure of central location for a variable.
Sample Mean formula on page 82, figure 3.1.
Add the observations or SUM them and divide by the
number of observations. Reference Tabl
Chapter 2 Notes
Tabular and Graphical summaries of data.
Frequency Distribution a tabular summary of data showing
the number, (frequency), of items in several non-overlapping
classes. (Look at Table 2.2 on page 29)
Relative Frequency Distribution shows th
Lecture Notes
Chapter 10 (tests of mean differences)
In Chapter 9 we examined hypothesis tests of a single population mean against a sample
mean. These tests work well when we have an assumption about what currently is
true about the population mean; past
Lecture Notes
Chapter 8 - means
Back in Chapter 7, we learned that a point estimate is a sample statistic that is used to
estimate a population parameter. We learned that the sample mean, x , is the point
estimator of the population mean, . We learned tha
Chapter 7 Lecture Notes
Sampling and Sample Distributions
Know these definitions:
Parameter
Sampled population the population from which the sample
is drawn. A frame is a list of elements that the sample will be
selected from.
Sample Statistic
Simple rand
Chapter 6 Lecture Notes
Probability density function Page 226. Its a function to compute
probabilities for a continuous random variable. The area under a graph
of a probability density function over an interval represents a probability.
You use the probab
Chapter 5
So far, we have been exploring probabilities of events that
have been qualitative in nature. For example, the
probability of the event A or the probability of event
B. When we examine probabilities of quantitative
variables, we refer to the outc
Chapter 4 Notes Probability
SECTION 4.1 - Probability defined on page 142 is the
numerical measure of the likelihood that an event will occur.
Experiment a process that generates well-defined
outcomes. Page 142. Experimental outcomes are called
sample poi
South Asia
Three Physiographic Regions
- Northern Mountains
- Himalaya and the Hindu Kush
- The River Lowlands
- Indus
- Ganges Rivers
- The Southern Plateaus
- The Deccan Plateau
The Realm
Five Regions
- India
- Pakistan
- Bangladesh
- Mountainous North