Final Project: Nike Shoe Company
Final Project: A Statistical Analysis
Introduction to Statistics
STA-201
Thomas Edison State College
By Igor Carapunarli
Final Project
2
Introduction:
A statistical an
Name: Igor Carapunarli
College ID: 0609126
Thomas Edison State College
Statistics 201
Semester and year: December, 2016
Written Assignment 6
Focusing on Data Analysis: Using the data from Chapter 1:
Name: Igor Carapunarli
College ID: 0609126
Thomas Edison State College
Statistics 201
Semester and year: December, 2016
Written Assignment 2
Case Study: World's Richest People (Chapter 2, p. 36).
freq
1) We often hear you can lie with statistics. This is one way of saying statistics can be easily
mis-communicated. Find one example of how statistics are mis communicated and explain
why there was a m
Name: Igor Carapunarli
College ID: 0609126
Thomas Edison State College
Statistics 201
Semester and year: December, 2016
Written Assignment 3
Case Study: Texas Holdem (p. 222): Answer a, b, c, d, e, f,
Name: Igor Carapunarli
College ID: 0609126
Thomas Edison State College
Statistics 201
Semester and year: December, 2016
Written Assignment 4
Case Study: Chest Sizes of Scottish Militiamen (p.306): Ans
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The notion that often you hear about statistics that lies is probably always comes up,
because data was published with a very little explanation. For example, a person could say
or you read somewhere
Name: Igor Carapunarli
College ID: 0609126
Thomas Edison State College
Statistics 201
Semester and year: December, 2016
Written Assignment 2
Case Study: World's Richest People (Chapter 2, p. 36).
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Name: Igor Carapunarli
College ID: 0609126
Thomas Edison State College
Statistics 201
Semester and year: December, 2016
Written Assignment 5
Case Study: The Bank Robberies: A Statistical Analysis (p.
Richard Schaber
STA-201-GS002
WA4
From the case study data, we can analyze that the United States has the most number of
wealthiest people compared to other countries listed in the data. Hong Kong and
Richard Schaber
STA-201-GS002
WA3
Statistics can be easily miscommunicated either intentionally or unintentionally. Sometimes they are
misleading because of the way the statistics are generated to giv
Descriptive statistics are those that deal with the presentation of numerical facts (data) and with
the summary of numerical data.
Your Answer:
Explanation
Examples of descriptive stats are the arithm
Introduction
Statistics and data analysis are some of the most common subjects in the corporate
world. To make efficient and meaningful decisions, corporations must use effective methods of
statistica
Sarah Feiner
Principles of Statistics
Writing Assignment 6
Focusing on Data Analysis: Using the data from Chapter 1: UWEC Undergraduates (p. 34), and
answer questions a, b, c, d, e, f, g (UWEC Undergr
Sarah Feiner
Principles of Statistics
Written Assignment 5
Case Study: Bank Robberies
a. Identify and interpret a point estimate for the mean of each of the five aforementioned
variables.
The point es
Emily Jensen
Writing Assignment #3
Page 198, 4.184
A. 24.5%
B. 35.5%
C.
D. 6%
E. 6%
Pages 198-199, 4.186
A. 15%
B. 6.3%
C. Events C1 and S2 are not statistically independent because P(S2)|(C1) does no
Sarah Feiner
Principles of Statistics
Written Assignment 1
Case Study: Top Films of All Time
a. In this survey, the population is moviegoers.
b. The sample is the 1500 artists, critics and historians
Sarah Feiner
Principles of Statistics
Written Assignment 2
Case Study: Worlds Richest People
A: Frequency Distribution Table (with Citizenship)
Citizenship
Tally
Frequency
Mexico
United States
I
IIIII
Sarah Feiner
Principles of Statistics
Written Assignment 3
4.184 Governors
a: Find the probability that the first is a Republican and the second is a Democrat
P(R1&D2) = P(R1)P(D2|R1)
P(R1) = f/N
P(R1
Greatest American Screen Legends, page 31
A. Identify the population
The population in this case study is the moviegoers.
B. Identify the sample
The sample was 1800 leaders from the American film comm
A. The Mean = 1261.57
B.
Height 1
q1
Height 2
Med- q1
Height 3
Q3 - Med
Bottom
Whisker
Q1-Min
Top Whisker
Max - Q3
Min
1087
Q1
1185
Med
1241.5
Q3
1325
Max
1546
1185
154.5
83.5
98
221
Box Plot
1600
140
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,
include the
A. The probability that you are dealt pocket aces is 1/221, or 0.00452 to three
significant digits. Verify the probability.
A = first ace
B = second ace
P(A) = 4/52
P(B|A) = 3/51
P(A & B) = P (A) x P
SPC Olubusayo Akande
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Principle of Statistics: STA 201 Final Project
Thomas Edison State University
15 November 2016
Introduction
A company called Nyke makes shoes of various sizes
Akande 1
SPC Olubusayo Akande
College ID: 0593682
Physics 112 Mod 3
Thomas Edison State University
02 December 2016
Written Assignment 3
1. If 200 volts are put across a 300-loop transformer's primary
Akande 1
SPC Olubusayo Akande
College ID: 0593682
Physics 112 Mod 1
Thomas Edison State University
26 November 2016
Written Assignment 1
1. In your own words, explain the difference between a conducto
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SPC Olubusayo Akande
College ID: 0593682
Physics 112 Mod 2
Thomas Edison State University
27 November 2016
Written Assignment 2
1. Find the resistance of a light bulb that is connected to a 1