Sumaa Faizy
Statistics
Writing 4
December 25, 2015
In your own words, interpret the data and note the shape of the distribution of the data
provided from Case Study: World Richest People (Chapter 2, p. 36). To help guide your
interpretation, include the f
Sumaa Faizy
Statistics
August 16, 2015
Writing Assignment 2
a. Identify the population
The population consists of 1500 film artists, critics and historians.
b. Identify the sample
The sample is the 1500 film artists, critics and historians that responded
Glenn Gonzales
Sta-201
Written Assignment 2
After interpreting the data from the case study given on pg. 36, the following tables have been
made in order to demonstrate the techniques learned within the chapter.
Frequency Distribution Table
Citizenship
Fi
Nyke Shoe Company
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Glenn Gonzales
STA-201
Final Project
Nyke Shoe Company
|2
In any real life situation, big business will try and acquire certain amount of data in order
to make the correct business decisions and will hope to lead the business in the r
Shannon Murray
Professor Schild
13-Jan-16
Frequency Distribution Table
Citizenship
Mexico
United States
Spain
Hong Kong
France
Sweden
Germany
India
Italy
Canada
Tally
Frequency
1
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1
11
1
1
1
1
1
1
Stem and Leaf Plot
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
14
1
2
1
Murray 1
Shannon Murray
Professor Schild
January 13, 2016
The Nature of Statistics
A.) Population: Is the collection of all individuals or items under consideration in a statistical study.
Therefor the 400 films made between 1915 and 2005 would be the pop
Principles of Statistics (STA-201)
Written Assignment 10
April 5, 2015
The Chips Ahoy! 1,000 Chips Challenge
A. Obtain and interpret a point estimate for the mean number of chocolate chips per bag for all
bags of Chips Ahoy cookies.
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1098
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Sumaa Faizy
Kieth Coleman
Database Management
15 August 2015
Writing Assignment 1
The approach of undergoing a business rules approach to a company can have its
disadvantages but project manager and various management posts agree that it is very effective
Sumaa Faizy
Stats WA6
22 December 2015
a. The probability that you are dealt pocket aces can be calculated as
The odds of being dealt pocket aces at a ten handed table on the button =
Event A = 1st Ace is drawn.
Event B = 2nd Ace is drawn.
P A&B P A P B|A
Sumaa Faizy
Statistics
Writing 5
22 December 2015
How can you use probability to improve your chances of winning at a casino? Provide
specific examples using concepts learned in this module.
Probability can be defined as the chance of an outcome occurring
Isabelle Cheridant
STA-201
Written Assignment 2
Top Films of All Time Case Study
a. Identify the population.
The population is the 1500 film artists, critics, and historians.
b. Identify the sample.
The list of the top 100 films
c. Is the sample represent
Isabelle Cheridant
STA-201
Written Assignment 2
Case Study: Worlds Richest People
(a)
The first column variable is Rank and is quantitative discrete.
The second column variable is Name and is qualitative.
The third column variable is age and it is quantit
Isabelle Cheridant
STA-201
Written Assignment 6
Case Study: Texas Hold'em
A. The probability that you are dealt pocket aces is 1/221, or 0.00452 to three significant digits.
If you studied either Section 4.5 and 4.6 or Section 4.8, verify that probability
Principles of Statistics (STA-201)
April 19, 2015
Written Assignment 12
You must calculate results by hand (though you may use any technology of your choice to verify your
answers. You area asked to show your algebraic steps.
Total: 88/100
A.
Cumulative t
Principles of Statistics (STA-201)
April 12, 2015
Written Assignment 11
Association: We know association does not imply causation, but what does this
mean in your own words. Provide and discuss an example of two variables that
are associated buy not by a
You have the right idea, but you switched the examples for Type I and Type II errors.
Type I error: reject a true null hypothesis, i.e. An innocent man goes to jail.
Type II error: do not reject a false null hypothesis, i.e. A guilty man goes free.
Total:
Please see my feedback below.
Total: 97/100
Principles of Statistics (STA-201)
March 22, 2015
Written Assignment 8
A. Construct a relative-frequency histogram for the chest circumference data, using classes based on a single
value.
Chest
Size
33
34
35
36
Statistics (STA-201)
Written Assignment 4
February 22, 2015
In your own words, interpret the data and note the shape of the distribution of the data
provided from Case Study: Highest Paid Women (Chapter 2, p. 35). To help guide your
interpretation, includ
Principles of Statistics (STA-201)
Written Assignment 7
March 15, 2015
Sample Student Heights
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54
56
57
54
An example of an outliner could be measuring the height of students in a high school
English class. There are 5 students in the class and their he
Principles of Statistics (STA-201)
Written Assignment 5
March 1, 2015
Using probability: How can you use probability to improve your chances of
winning at a casino? Provide specific examples using concepts learned in this
module.
Probability is a listing
Principles of Statistics (STA-201)
Written Assignment 6
March 8, 2015
THE BEST POSSIBLE STARTING HAND IS TWO ACES, REFERRED TO
AS POCKET ACES.
A. The probability that you are dealt pocket aces is 1/221, or 0.00452 to three
significant digits. If you studi
Your answer are correct all the problems. Good job!
Total: 100/100
Principles of Statistics (STA-201)
Written Assignment 2
February 8, 2015
a)
Identify the population The American Film Community, including
American moviegoers.
b)
Identify sample 1800 lead
Statistics (STA-201)
Written Assignment 3
February 15 2015
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 mi
Running head: WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT 3
Written Assignment 3
Macroeconomics ECO-112
Gwendolyn Hargrave
Thomas Edison State College
1
Running head: WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT
3
2
1. The financial system the group of institution in the economy that help to match one
per
Running head: W.A.8 BRIEF DISCUSSION
Brief Discussion 8
Soc-210 JAN-15
Thomas Edison State College
Gwendolyn Hargrave
1
Running head: W.A.8 BRIEF DISCUSSION
2
From my own experience of having middle-aged friends, happiness is U-shaped curve of
marital sat
Running head: WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT 4
Written Assignment 4
Macroeconomics ECO-112
Gwendolyn Hargrave
Thomas Edison State College
1
Running head: WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT
4
2
1. The net capital outflow refers to the difference between the purchase of foreign assets
STA201GS
PrinciplesOfStatistics
Assignment#9
Exercise 13.1 (pg 651)
13.4) The t-distribution is symmetric about t=0 so that the area under the curve to the left/right
2
are the same. The x -curve however, starts to the left of zero and is not symmetric to
STA201GS
PrinciplesOfStatistics
Assignment#8
Exercise 10.1 (pg 493)
10.10)
d.) Left-tailed test
a.) The variable of interest is amounts spent by the teenage population and adult population.
b.) The two populations are teenage population at the shopping ma