Crystal King
SECTION 2: Exercises
2.10 Repeat the Vlookup exercise that was performed in class (data on blackboard).
2.11 There is a special Catalog Pivot exercise loaded onto blackboard. Open and rea
Principles of Statistics: Midterm Exam 1
SOLUTIONS
October 19, 2016
[1] Here are the weekly payrolls for two restaurants: Mooseburgers and McTofu.
Mooseburgers
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Boris
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Dwight
Ernie
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Micromark Mobile-friendly Site feasibility analysis
After reach out for the actual data from Micromark and substantial articles, I take a stand of supporting Microma
launch a mobile friendly site, rea
SECTION 1: Exercises
1.1
Explain whether each of the following constitutes a population or a sample.
a. Ages of all members of a family: population
b. Number of days missed by all employees of Acme Di
SECTION 7: Exercises
7.1
A sample of 400 observations taken from a population produced a sample mean equal to 92.45 and
a standard deviation equal to 12.20. Make a 97% confidence interval for .
7.2
An
LO 1. Define trial, outcome, and sample space.
LO 2. Explain why the long-run relative frequency of repeated independent events settle down to the true
probability as the number of trials increases, i
Learning Objectives
Chapter 5: Inference for numerical variables
LO 1. Use the t-distribution for inference on a single mean, difference of paired (dependent) means, and
difference of independent mean
Learning Objectives
Chapter 3: Distributions of random variables
LO 1. Define the standardized (Z) score of a data point as the number of standard deviations it is away
from the mean: Z = x
.
LO 2. U
vs.
Recommendation
BUY
SELL
DAL
UAL
United-Continental Airlines (UAL):
- Current stock price: $51.71 0.71 (9/15/2016)
- Major American airline founding member of Star Alliance, the worlds largest glob
Learning Objectives
Chapter 8: Multiple and logistic regression
LO 1. Define the multiple linear regression model as
y = 0 + 1 x1 + 2 x2 + + k xk
where there are k predictors (explanatory variables).
Learning Objectives
Chapter 6: Inference for categorical data
LO 1. Define population proportion p (parameter) and sample proportion p (point estimate).
LO 2. Calculate the sampling variability of the
Sample Question
The following regression uses the preloaded dataset airquality in the R datasets package. The command run
is
lm (Ozone Solar.R + Wind + Temp)
The output and estimated results are tabul
Programming Languages
ML
CSCI-GA.2110-003
Fall 2011
ML overview
originally developed for use in writing theorem provers
functional: functions are first-class values
garbage collection
strict
strong an
Programming Languages
Modules
CSCI-GA.2110-003
Fall 2011
Modules
Programs are built out of components.
Each component:
has a public interface that defines entities exported by the component
may depen
Programming Languages
Subprograms
CSCI-GA.2110-003
Fall 2011
Subprograms
the basic abstraction mechanism
promotes code reuse
increases readability & maintainability
two kinds: functions vs. procedures
Programming Languages
OOP
CSCI-GA.2110-003
Fall 2011
What is OOP? (part I)
The object idea:
bundling of data (data members) and operations (methods) on that data
restricting access to the data
An obj
Programming Languages
Exceptions and Concurrency
CSCI-GA.2110-003
Fall 2011
Exceptions
General mechanism for handling abnormal conditions
Category
predefined
user-defined
Examples
constraint violation
Programming Languages
Memory Allocation & Garbage Collection
CSCI.GA-2110-003
Fall 2011
Dynamic memory management
For most languages, the amount of memory used by a program cannot be
determined at com
Programming Languages
Generics,
Containers and Iterators
CSCI-GA.2110-003
Fall 2011
Generic programming
Allows for type-independent data structures and functions.
Examples:
A sorting algorithm has the
Learning Objectives
Chapter 1: Introduction to Data
LO 1. Identify variables as numerical and categorical.
If the variable is numerical, further classify as continuous or discrete based on whether or
Learning Objectives
Chapter 7: Simple linear regression
LO 1. Define the explanatory variable as the independent variable (predictor), and the response variable
as the dependent variable (predicted).
vs.
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Ch 12 Cancer Biology
Cancer
Is derived from Greek word for crab karkinoma.
Is another name for malignant tumor.
Cancer is not a tumor.
o Is an abnormal growth resulting from uncontrolled proliferat
Ch 2 Altered Cellular Tissue and Biology
Cellular Adaptation
Is the cells response to escape and protect itself from injury.
Adaptive changes in cells:
o Atrophy: Decrease in cell size
o Hypertrophy:
Ch 13 Cancer Epidemiology
Genetics, Epigenetics, and Tissue
Environmental and lifestyle behaviors, exposures, and genetic factors are factors that contribute to cancers.
Epigenetic abnormalities, co
Ch 10 Infection
Microorganisms and Infections
An injury can compromise the physical protective barriers such as breaks in the skin.
Microorganisms can leave normal sites and cause infection elsewher
Ch 9
Alterations in Immunity and Inflammation
Inappropriate Immune Responses
Allergy: Is an exaggerated response against an environmental antigen.
Autoimmunity: Is a misdirected response against the h
Nursing Progress Notes Final Project
STUDENT: XX
PATIENT INITALS: JR
March 18, 2015 - 0930: Patient found lying in the supine position with the
head of the bed at 45 degrees. Dialysis nurse was in roo
Assessment:
Subjective:
Patient reports weakness,
dizziness, and fatigue. (2)
Patient reports a pain level of 0 on
a scale from 0-10.
Nursing Diagnoses:
1. Excessive fluid volume related to impaired
Statistical Methods for Health
Care Research
Chapter 1
Using Research and Statistics in
Health Care
Copyright 2013 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Types of Statistics
Descriptiv
Statistical Methods for Health
Care Research
Chapter 2
Organizing, Displaying, and
Describing Data
Copyright 2013 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
What is a Variable?
A variable
Learning Objectives
Chapter 4: Framework for inference
LO 1. Define sample statistic as a point estimate for a population parameter, for example, the sample
mean is used to estimate the population mea