ST 307 Project: Due Friday, November 13th
Design and conduct an experiment, survey, or sample to collect a set of data that
includes at least four variables on at least 50 observations. Based on your data, choose

ST 371 Note Outline 4: Other Famous Discrete Distributions
Textbook: 3.5, 3.6
Motivating Example: We are interested in learning about a student-run club on campus,
which has 20 members. In this club, 10 members are women and 10 members are men.
Suppose we

Please note: this is NOT all inclusive. I discuss some concepts and give some suggestions for
your formula sheet, but this by no means includes everything you should know/consider
putting on your sheet for this exam.
The 5 Famous Discrete Distributions:
1

Practice Problem: 60% of the students at a certain school wear neither a ring nor a necklace. 20% wear
a ring and 30% wear a necklace.
NOTE: this is what the completed Venn Diagram would look like. Each part should be labeled
so that it is mutually exclus

ST 371 Practice ExamMidterm 1
NOTE to students: These are actual exam questions from a previous
semester. This is intended to give you an idea of the type questions the
instructor asks and the approximate length of the exam. It does NOT indicate
the exact

ST 371: Notes on Table A.2
Table A.2 shows the cumulative probabilities for the Poisson distribution, or the values of
the Poisson CDF:
x
e y
F ( x; ) P( X x)
y!
y 0
As with Table A.1 (and any other statistical table you will encounter), the table

69. According to the problem description, X is hypergeometric with n = 6, N: 12, and 1M: 7.
P(X:4) : W_ 350
{162] 924
(213121;
1151 [1?)
1M 7 1276 7 7
b. E :n- :6-—:3.5;V : — 6 — 1—— :0.795;0:0.892.So.
(X) . (X) [12—1) [121 12]
ixr>y+@:Pa¢45+08%):HX>4sm):

When you were a kid, did you ever collect the prizes in a cereal box (or fast food kids meal)? Companies often spread
out a series of related prizes, with no way of knowing which specific prize is in a given box, in the hopes that you (really,
your parent

ST 307 Week 5: Data Manipulation and
PROC FREQ/PROC PLOT/PROC GPLOT
Date: Friday, September 18
The Data:
We will use two datasets in class today. The first dataset contains information on 367 dogs
tested for

ST 307 Week 2: Create a SAS dataset using DATALINES, use PROC PRINT to display
data, and use PROC UNIVARIATE for summary statistics
Date: Friday, August 28
DATA and PROC Steps:
SAS programs contain two main

ST 307 Week 1: Introduction to SAS
Date: Friday, August 21
History of SAS:
SAS stands for Statistical Analysis System. It was originally developed in the Department
of Statistics here at NC State and is now a

Modeling total length of female sparrows using multiple linear regression
Author
Data description:
The dataset contains several body measurements on a sample of 48 female sparrows. There
are three numerical variable

A brief outline of a statistical report
Author
Data description:
What is the data about? Where did it come from (such as an experiment, survey, study,
sample, etc. describe the design and data collection)? Inc