SOC 3383: Homework 5
Due 2.00pm Friday, September 22, 2017
Please follow the instructions for homework assignments mentioned on page 5 of the Syllabus
carefully.
1. Suppose you toss three coins. What
Probability and Normal
Curve
Chapter 5
In This Topic .
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The material we will deal with is fairly abstract and
conceptual.
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There is likely to be a so what? factor to this material.
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However, what w
Measures of Dispersion
Topic 4: Chapter 4
Why measures of dispersion?
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Measures of central tendency give us a numerical
center of a distribution these are measures of
location.
Knowing only the cen
Measures of Central Tendency
Topic 3 :Chapter 3
Till now we know
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Variables have different characteristics (discrete or
continuous) and accordingly follow varying levels of
measurement nominal, ord
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Topic I Introduction: Prologue and Chapter 1
Before Proceeding .
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Basic mathematics review
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SOC 3383: Homework 6
Due 2.00pm Friday, September 29, 2017
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1. Suppose that the number of in cream
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HW 4 Hints
Due 2.00pm September 15,
2017
Question 1
Use the Formula 4.4 (page 97) for ungrouped data (the example
in Table 4.3, page 97-98 may help) to calculate the standard
deviation after computin
HW 6 Hints
Due 2.00pm Friday,
September 29, 2017
Question 1
n The response to this question is the direct application of Property
Number 2 which says that when a large number of samples of
size N each
Introduction to Inferential
Statistics and Estimation
Procedures
Chapters 6 and 7
By now we know (or should
know!).
Most variables approximate well to a normal distribution.
The unique characteristi