Brian Payseur
Math 156 Introduction to statistics
Professor Lynn P. Vazquez
Assignment 1.1
Quantitative Variables are a numerical measurement such as adding and subtracting or other operations
that give you a meaningful numerical result. Deals mainly with
Chapter 9: Gender Stratification

What constitutes being a boy or girl?

How does society influence these roles?

Gender
o Society constructed

Sex
o Biological
Discussion
You woke up as the opposite gender

Thoughts?
o Think I was dreaming; it could
Sociology 18104
Sister Pauline Quinn, a Dominican nun, was faced with a troubled childhood. Quinn was
once a chronic runaway due to a dysfunctional homelife and then in turn eventually
institutionalized for the lack of anywhere else to stay. After leavi
A confidence interval is a range of values, derived from sample statistics, that is likely to contain
the value of an unknown population parameter. Confidence intervals take into account the
possibility of sampling errors. For example, you may not know ho
Intro to Sociology 18104
Why is it prudent to seek out alternative treatments
to alleviate pain without the use of drugs?
Drugs are often considered mandatory for treatment of chronic pain , but many
patients would prefer an alternative. Doctors say thos
Sociology 18104
C. Wright Mills described the quality of mind that all great social analysts seem to
possess: the sociological imagination. Which is the ability to understand the intersection
between biography and history or the interplay of self and the
According to Socrates in the Gorgias, the pleasant and the good are different things. Give a
thorough account of his argument, and make a case for why he is right or wrong. Are there any
flaws in his argument? Are you convinced?
In the Gorgias by Plato, S
1. mu=21.57 sigma=3.85 n=30 (sample)
H0: my=24.75 (population)
Confidence level: 0.95
z=(21.5724.75)/0.7029106154649631 = 4.52404605939
H1: mu<24.75: pvalue=P(Z<z)= 3.03342562707e06
The use of ear buds will end result in greater hearing loss.
H0(null)
Per every 1000 people:
Probability of being burglarized: .
00387%
Probability of being raped: .001%
Probability of being murdered: .
00042%
.00387% probability
Probability of being assaulted: .
00429%
Cr im e per 1000 people
Burglaries
Rape
Murder
5
4.5
4
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Caity Lampe
Intro to Statistics
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Quantitative and Qualitive Variables
Qualitative variables allow you to categorize variables based on some aspect or characteristic.
These variables are not numeric and will describe data in values with labels and w
Caity Lampe
Student
John
Julie
Samuel
Tonya
Mean
Standard
Deviation
English Test
Grade
82
88
90
86
86.5
3.42
ZScore
Student
1.31
0.44
1.02
0.15
Jim
Jordan
Saye
Lisa
Math Test
Grade
81
85
79
82
81.75
2.5
ZScore
0.3
1.3
1.1
0.1
We determined the zsco
Student
John
Julie
Samuel
Tonya
Mean
Standard
Deviation
English Test
Grade
82
88
90
86
86.5
3.42
ZScore
Student
1.31
0.44
1.02
0.15
Jim
Jordan
Saye
Lisa
Math Test
Grade
81
85
79
82
81.75
2.5
ZScore
0.3
1.3
1.1
0.1
We determined the zscore date by s
Independent Events: When two events are said to be independent of each
other, what this means is that the probability that one event occurs in no
way affects the probability of the other event occurring.
Dependent Events: Two events are dependent if the o
Dispersion Using SPSS Output
Hours watching TV for Soc
3155 students:
1.
2.
3.
4.
What is the range &
interquartile range?
Is there skew (positive or
negative) in this distribution?
What is the most common
number of hours reported?
What is the average squ
Introduction to Statistics
English Test
Student
John
Julie
Samuel
Tonya
sd
mean
test score z score
82
1.3158
88
0.4386
90
1.0234
86
0.1462
3.42
86.5
Math Test
Student
Jim
Jordan
Saye
Lisa
sd
mean
test score z score
81 0.3488
85
1.5116
79 1.2791
82
0.1
Introduction to Statistics
Qualitive and Quantitive Variables
Qualitive variables are data that can be observed. When looking at something it is possible to gather the
information by a way of seeing it and not counting it. The information cant be measured
Introduction to Statistics
Probability
1.
Independent events two events are considered independent events if one event doesnt
affect the probability of the occurrence of another event.
Dependent events two events are dependent if the probability of one
September 24, 2015
Statistics
Assignment 2.1
The second lesson for this class goes into the complexity about descriptive statistics and
the various detailed methods of frequency distributions while creating data tables. Frequency
descriptive statistics ar
February 6, 2015
Statistics
Assignment 1.1
The start of our first week of class goes into the complexity about what statistics
represents and explains the various meticulous systems of noting and building statistics for
reference topics. Throughout this l
October 15th 2015
Professor Vazquez
Answer the following questions.
1.
Define and explain the following terms: independent events, dependent events,
mutually exclusive events.
Independent events: In comparison to two events, if one event does not affect t
Answer the following questions.
Use the Standard Normal Distribution Table for reference "Standard Normal Distribution
Table"
1.
Calculate the z score for each set of data. Determine who did better on her respective
test, Tonya or Lisa.
2.
Student
English
Statistics
Assignment 3.1
The assignment
Below is a list of grades received by a 12th grade math class for
their final exam. Properly organize the data using a method of your
choosing and then calculate the measures of central tendency
including mean, med