World War I and the Aftermath in the West (1914-1939)
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2nd Battle of the Marne: with the American's help, the allies
were able to push back the Germans in the 2nd Battle of the
Marne. Germans plan was to attack Paris
1. When estimating an unknown parameter, what does the margin of error indicate?
It indicates the accuracy of an estimate for the value of the unknown parameter.
2. A simple random sample is taken from a population and yields the following data for a
U. S. lth Congress, 1807-1809. Senate.
Report ( in Part ) of the Committee . . . Recommmending
cm Embargo. . . . December 22d, 1807.
Washingten, Weighfman, 1807. 9 pp.
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Totalitarianism and WWII
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Adolf Hitler: Austrian-born founder of the German Nazi Party
and chancellor of the Third Reich (1933-1945). His fascist
philosophy, embodied in Mein Kampf (1925-1927), attracted
Chapter 5-7 Review
Chapter 5.1: Probability and Random Variable
Probability for Equally Likely Outcomes (f/N)
o Number of ways an event can occur/total number of possible outcomes
o Probability is an event between 0 and 1
A 95% confidence interval of 20.7 months to 46.7 months has been found for the mean duration
of imprisonment, mu, or political prisoners
A) the margin of error=2(margin of error)=13/26 divided by 2
B) One can be 95% confident that the maximum error made i
Ecology 9: Random Sampling with Dandelions
Field ecologists often must determine the population size of a species in an area, such
as the number of fish in a lake or the number of oak trees in a forest. Such endeavors
are not always easy,
Mark Bryant looks at the lampooning of two hugely unpopular measures imposed
during the administrations of two of the United States' most distinguished presidents.
hile Britain was embroiled iti
ihe Napoleonic Wars, two
Chapter 3: Descriptive Measures
Descriptive measures: numbers that are used to describe data sets
Measures of Center: descriptive measures that indicate the center, or most typical value, in a
Measures of Variation: descriptive m