Why Study Statistics?
1. It enables you to collect data in a sensible way and then use the data to answer
questions of interest
2. It allows you to critically evaluate others work by providing you with tools needed to
make informed judgements
Nature and R
Conditions for using test statistic:
A) large sample size ( n 30 ) or small
n but normal population distribution
B) large sample size [
np 10n( 1 p) 10 ]
C) sample(s) are random
Confidence Interval (interval of
plausible values of population parameter;
z*
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Spring 2017
STAT 113 ELEMENTARY PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
Course Description: An Introduction to applied statistics and statistical computing. Hands-on data analysis. Graphical infe
STAT 213 Section 06 Applied Stat
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Textbook: Introduction to Statistics
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LAB 9: ONE-WAY ANOVA
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PROBLEM. Researchers have noted that childhood attachment style (the nature of the attachment of a child to a
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STATISTICS IN PSYCHOLOGY
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1. If a test statistic falls outside of the critical region (i.e., is not in the critical region), then we:
a. conclude that there is a
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Prof. Alvin Thaler
STATS 113
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SEX
We are dealing with both female and male sexes in student population. There are more
females than men. Sex is not able to determine a students success within UWEC becau
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English 120
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Response to Learning to be Gendered
Penelope Eckert and Sally McConnell-Ginet state their opinion on how social norms
determine how a boy or a girl should behave. In the beginning, adults will do
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Professor Xie
Homework #5
1. How many contigs have a name that begins with the letters lp?
SQL> select count(distinct mol_id) from genome.contig where regexp_instr(mol_name, '^lp')>0;
COUNT(DISTINCTMOL_ID)
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2. How many contigs are not plasm
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English 120
Professor Stokes
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Reflective Essay
My language and the choice of words have made a drastic improvement from the
beginning of the semester to now. Reading and analyzing can be simple in some cases however
putting i
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English 120
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Age: it is a nominal and a categorical variable, and can only be sorted with a bar graph or pie
chart. The graph is skewed to the right, with the majority of the data between age 18 to 25. Using
age can help to find a correlation between the students GPA
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The main purpose of this project is to apply statistical analysis onto a real-world
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them to scrutinize students academic perfor
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Waves-Wave Behaviors
1. While playing, two children create a standing wave
in a rope, as shown in the diagram below. A third
child participates by jumping the rope.
What is the wavelength of this standing wave?
1. 2.15 m
2. 4.30 m
3. 6.4
Hunter College of CUNY
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Fall 2016
SYLLABUS
STAT 113
ELEMENTARY PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
Course Description: An Introduction to applied statistics and statistical computing. Hands-on data analysis. Graphical infere
Review Sheet Exam 3
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Multiple Choice
1. In an experiment involving four different treatments, each consisting of 5 subjects, the degrees
of freedom for between treatment variance equals
a. 4
b. 20
c. 3
d. 5
2. In an experiment involving three different t
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Stats 113
April 3, 2013
ID: This is not a relevant variable since. Its purpose it just to identify the individual
without mentioning their names. There are no outliers because the variable is linear. The
unit of measure