A. Based on my results I got from taking the online VALS test, I think the
VALS describes me very well. My primary VALS type was Experiencers and said
that it represents my dominant approach to life. While my secondary
Lab 3 (12.1 12.5)
Surfaces and Partial Derivatives
1. Sketh the surface by hand (if possible) and also using mathematica.
z= 1x 2 y 2
2. Ideal gas law partial derivative
Unit 1 and 2 Review
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. You can either spend $100 on a new economics textbook or a new CD player. If you choose to buy the new
economics textbook, the opportun
Test One Study Guide
1 - 10
11 - 12
Classify studies as being descriptive stat or inferential stat.
Simple random sampling from a random number table.
Understand the significance of a control group in a prop
Test 3 - Study Guide
This test will have a total of 25 answers worth 4 points each.
Do a two-part problem similar to those found on Page 3 of your Chapter 7 handout.
Two problems calculating confidence intervals, simil
Ch 09 Notes & HW Sect 9.2
(Ref. Weiss 9th Edition. Notes by H. Beroff) v. 131115
Sect. 9.2 Critical Value Approach to Hypothesis Testing
Example 9.5 (p. 366)
Read this problem. In particular, note that Jack is saying that his poor perform
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Chapter 9 Notes & HW Sect 9.3, 9.4, 9.5
Ref. Weiss 9th Ed.
Notes by H. Beroff
Sect. 9.3 P-Value Approach to Hypothesis Testing
What is the P-Value and how is it used in the real world ?
As a retiree from the Johnson & Johnson
Chapter 8 - Notes & HW
Stat 1- Fall 2013
(Ref. Weiss 9th edition ) (Notes by H. Beroff)
This chapter starts our study of inferential statistics.
To review, when you have all the information you need about a population,
Ch 09 — Logic_of Hymthesis Testi_ng Stat 1 Spring 2013
Critical Value Approach
1. Left Tail Test
Tcrit or Zcrit = _2-00
Tﬁbs or Zobs : l
l l | | | l I l l
Test stat is in the rejection region. Reject H0 and accept HA.
At the (a %) signiﬁcance lev
Test Two Study Guide
I will lend you a formula sheet. Please do not write on it. Return it to me when done.
I will also give you a diagram of a deck of cards, which you may write on and keep.
Chapter 3 (Review)
A Z-Score tell
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# Ch 01 - Suppl. Notes & HW
A population is any group of people, animals, things, etc. that you define it to be. Discuss the
need to define your populations carefully. Example: "pe
Chapter 9 (Sect 9.1) Notes and HW
Ref. Weiss, 9th Edition
H. Beroff v.131115
Hypothesis Tests for One Population Mean
A hypothesis is a preliminary statement which is to be tested. Think of it as an educated guess.
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Chapter 7 - Notes & HW
(Ref. Weiss 9th Edition ) (Notes by H. Beroff)
Fall 2013 (Rev. 10/17/13)
SAMPLING - The Wrong Way to Sample
(Demo) Stacked deck. Pick two cards off the top. What's wrong ?
You want to deter
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Chapter 5 - Sect. 5.3 - Notes & HW
Ref. Weiss 9th ed. v. 131008 H. Beroff
In this section we will be studying the Binomial Distribution. Let's skip ahead to Ex. 5.12 on
page 231 to first look at the type of problem we will be
Chapter 6 - HW and Notes
Ref. Weiss 9th Edition Notes by H. Beroff (v.131014)
WARNING: THIS CHAPTER REQUIRES A LOT OF
HOMEWORK. PLAN ON IT !
Sect. 6.1 Normal Distribution
Class Discussion (Review Material)
Refer to Table 6.1 and Figure 6.
Chapter 4 Notes and Homework Stat 1
(Ref: Weiss 9th Edition ) Notes by Howard Beroff
Fall 2013 (rev. 9/22/13)
Sect 4.1 (Probability Basics)
Class Discussion. Probability Basics and the meaning of probability pp. 145 149.
If you flipped a coin