Antonio Carter
2015SEP STA-201-OL012
Case Study: Texas Holdem (p. 222): Answer a, b, c, d, e, f, g. You must calculate
results by hand (though you may use any technology of your choice to verify your
answers).
1.
a. The probability that you are dealt pock
Antonio Carter
2015SEP STA-201-OL012
In your own words, interpret the data and note the shape of the distribution of the data
provided from Case Study: World's Richest People (Chapter 2, p. 36). To help guide
your interpretation, include the following:
fr
Antonio Carter
2015SEP STA-201-OL012
Writing Assignment 5
Case Study: The Bank Robberies: A Statistical Analysis (p. 366): Answer questions a, b,
c, d, e, f.
Case Study: Bank Robberies: A statistical Analysis
(a)
Identify and interpret a point estimate fo
Writing Assignment 2
Running head: 25 HIGHEST PAID WOMEN, CASE STUDY
Assignment # 2
Christian Santangelo
1
Writing Assignment 2
2
Introduction
Statistics it the numerical facts, data, either numerical or nonnumeric, that allows for you
to organize and sum
STUDENT: Jonathan Sword
DATE: 1/16/2014
A)
GPA (X)
591.01
r=
HSP (Y)
14734
XY
44328.69
X2
1799.43
Y2
1135204
x i y i( xi )( y i )/n
[ x2i ( xi)2 / n][ y2i ( yi )2 /n ]
r=[44328.69-(591.01*14734)/200]/[(1799.43-591.01 2/200)(1135204-147342/200)]
r=788.98
Name
College ID:
Thomas Edison State University
Principles of Statistics
Module no.: 1
Semester and year: March, 2016
Written Assignment 1
The written assignment draws on case study discussion exercises at the end of chapter. When
preparing your assignmen
Name:
College ID
Thomas Edison State University
Principles of Statistics
Module no.: 2
Semester and year: March, 2016
Written Assignment 2
frequency distribution table (use citizenship)
I would say looking at this table that it is fairly clear that the Un
Name:
College ID: Thomas Edison State University
Principles of Statistics
Module no.: 3
Semester and year: March, 2016
Written Assignment 3
Case Study Discussion: Texas Holdem
a) The probability that you are dealt pocket aces is 1/221, or 0.00452. If you
Running Head: The Shoe Size for Us
The Shoe Size Our Company Needs
Douglas MacKenzie
Thomas Edison State University
2016JUN STA-201-OL012
Honorable members of the board, as you all may know, our great shoe company is ready
for a change. Nyke has decided t
Errors in testing: Think of one example of a Type I and Type II error in everyday life and
comment on the ramifications of those errors.
In todays United States Navy Type I and Type II errors happy almost every other day on
board US Navy ships.
In Enginee
Antonio Carter
Identify the population
(a) The population consisted of 1500 film artists, critics, and historians.
Identify the sample
(b) The sample consists only of the 100 favorite films from a list of 400 selected by the 1500 film
artist, critics, and
Antonio Carter
2015SEP STA-201-OL012
Writing Assignment 4
Case Study: Chest Sizes of Scottish Militiamen (p.306): Answer a, b, c, d. You must calculate results by
hand (though you may use any technology of your choice to verify your answers).
A.) Construc
We often hear you can lie with statistics. This is one way of saying statistics can be easily
miscommunicated. Find one example of how statistics are miscommunicated and explain
why there was a miscommunication and what you would do to correct this proble
In Chapter 4, it states that the science of uncertainty is called probability theory. It enables
you to evaluate and control the likelihood that a statistical inference is correct. More
generally, probability theory provides the mathematical basis for inf
Outliers: We know many types of data fall into a normal distribution with most of the
observations falling toward the middle. However, sometimes data are outliers or data that
are very differentlarger or smallerfrom the rest of the members of the sample.
Name:
College ID:
Thomas Edison State University
Principles of Statistics
Module no.: 4
Semester and year: March, 2016
Written Assignment 4
Case Study: Chest Sizes of Scottish Militiamen
a) Q: Construct a relative-frequency histogram for the chest circumf