BME322: Lecture 4 Homework
Due: 2/14/14 @12PM, in class
Instructions: Please show all work.
1. Practicing with standard normal distributions: A
company is interested in determining the percentage of
urinary catheters that meet design specifications in
ter
Activity 2: Comparison of ceramic-onmetal (COM) and metal-on-metal
A
B
(MOM) hip prostheses under normal
conditions
Activity Inspiration: Williams, S., M. AlHajjar, G. Isaac, and J. Fisher,
Comparison of ceramic-on-metal and
C
metal-on-metal hip prosthese
Activity 3: Descriptive Statistics
Comparison of ceramic-on-metal (COM) and
A
B
metal-on-metal (MOM) hip prostheses under
normal conditions
Activity Inspiration: Williams, S., M. Al-Hajjar,
G. Isaac, and J. Fisher, Comparison of
ceramic-on-metal and metal
BME 322: Lecture 1 Activity
Preparation and characterization of a biologic scaffold from esophageal
mucosa
Timothy J. Keane, Ricardo Londono, Ryan M. Carey, Christopher A. Carruthers, Janet E. Reing,
Christopher L. Dearth, Antonio DAmore, Christopher J. M
HW11: Summary of Design Project and Questions about Final
Due: April 25, 2014, 12PM in-class
ASSIGNMENTS:
1. Please prepare a 1-min (oral) summary of your design project to be presented on 4/25/14 in class
covering the following information:
Background an
HW9: Linear Regression and Correlation Analysis
Due: April 11, 2014, 12PM in-class
INSTRUCTIONS: Please modify the Excel sheet mentioned in Lecture 9 to complete this assignment. Turn in
both Excel sheet and the following work completed by hand: 1) writte
HW8: One-Way ANOVA
Due: March 28, 2014, 12PM in-class
Complete by hand. Show all work for credit (Include original formulas, hypotheses, rejection criteria,
decision, and statement in context).
A comparative study of four methods for treating hyperactivit
HW10: Power Analysis and Sample Size
Due: April 18, 2014, 12PM in-class
INSTRUCTIONS: Please find the sample size that would allow the graduate student below to draw a
conclusion with 95% confidence and a power level of 0.8.
Scenario: A graduate student h
HW7: Comparison of Variances
Due: March 21, 2014, 12PM in-class
Show all work for credit (Include original formulas, hypotheses, rejection criteria, decision,
and statement in context).
1. [50points] At Suntronic, you are responsible for selecting the man
HW1: Introduction + Collecting Data and Experimental Design
Due: Friday, 1/24 @ noon
1. (20pts) Identify which is the population and which is the sample in the following
description: A researcher is developing a new drug for diabetes and would like to
per
HW2: Data Summary and Graphing
Due: Friday, 1/24 @ noon
1. (20pts) Histograms are rough estimates of _.
2. (30pts) Categorize the following histograms:
3. (20pts) According to Sturgess rule, how many bins would you need if you had 5,000 data points?
Pleas
Name: _
ASU ID:_
BME322: Introduction to Statistics for Biomedical Engineers
Homework 5
Due: Friday (2/21/14) at noon; in class
Review of Probability Concepts in Chapter 4 (Show all work for credit.)
Problem Inspiration: Huangfu, et al., Induction of plur
Name: _
BME 322: HW3
DUE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 AT NOON. All assignments must be handed in at the start of class to receive
credit.
Instruction: Please complete the following by hand (no computers) and show all work. Please staple all extra
sheets. You may w
HW6: Unpaired and Paired t-tests
Due: 02/28/14, 12PM in-class
Show all work for credit.
1. (50pts) You must determine if two fabrication processes generating Part X are significantly
different from each other. At this point, you dont know if the mean leng