Hypothesis Testing
Amber Tishma
This is a continuation of the previous lab in which you found confidence intervals for each of the
data sets. We are using the same data sets as in the previous lab, but this time we are going to
conduct a hypothesis test f
Sampling Lab
Amber Tishma
In this lab, were going to be using Statcrunch to draw samples of various sizes from a relatively
large but finite population. I collected data on student attendance from a high school where I
used to work. The data set can be fo
Lab 1 Summarizing Data
Amber E Tishma
Sign in to Statcrunch either from the link in MyLab, or the website (www.statcrunch.com).
Since we do not yet have everyones class data, we will use Spring 17ClassData just this
one time. You will need to search for i
Lab 2 Whats Normal?
Amber Tishma
1. Use Statcrunch to get the summary statistics for the height of our class. Load our class data
(Summer17ClassData), and then from the menu choose Stats/Summary Stats/Columns. Choose Height
and click the Calculate button.
Please enter your name here: Amber Tishma
Indicate whether each statement is
correct or incorrect (Watch your numbering):
1. Incorrect
2. correct
3. correct
4. correct
5. Incorrect
6. correct
Example 1
Median = 8
Q1 = 5.5
Q3 = 9
IQR = 3.5
Example 2
Median
Confidence Intervals
You will find the following data sets on Statcrunch if you search for them using the underlined
name. Sometimes you will see more than one data set with the same name. Look for the one
that was created by me under Owner. A brief descr
Did this class make a difference in our attitude toward statistics?
Amber Tishma
Locate our class data for the attitude study under the name Summer16AttitudeStudy. Using the example
found in the video for Chapter 10 where I compared my students attitude t
Lab 4 Probabilities
Amber Tishma
Use Statcrunch to help you answer the following questions about our Statistics class. Note that it will NOT
be able to answer the questions for you, but it can help, especially if you sort the data. To sort data, click
on
Lab 3 Association
Amber Tishma
Part I - Categorical Variables
Have Statcrunch give you a Contingency Table for the following pairs of categorical variables from our
class data by clicking on Stats/Tables/Contingency/With Data. After you've selected the va
Amy Tehorik
Assignment HW14 due 12/12/2016 at 01:00am EST
CSU MTH181 Fall16
4. (1 pt)
Find the formula for the function represented by the integral
1. (1 Rpt)
G(x) = 1x tant dt
Find G(1) =
R x 1
2 7t+2 dt =
SOLUTION:
Find G0 ( 4 ) =
SOLUTION:
Solution:
So
Practice Problems for Exam 1
MTH 147
Ariadni Papana
These are some extra problems to help you prepare for Exam 1. These questions are NOT
comprehensive. In other words, do not rely solely on these questions to prepare for the exam!
I suggest that you also
Review for Exam 2
MTH147
Midterm exam 2: November 16, 2016
Chapter 4: Gathering Data
1
Chapter 5 & 6: probability & probability distributions
A Phenomenon is random if individual outcomes are uncertain, but there is
nonetheless a regular distribution of o
Homework Assignment 5
MTH 147, section: .
Deadline date: November 14, 2016
Name:
CSUID:
Guidelines and remarks
The homework deadline will be strictly adhered to. A deduction of 15% per day will
result assignments turned in after the start of the class on
Homework Assignment 2
MTH 147, section: .
Deadline date: September 26, 2016
Name:
CSUID:
Question 1 The plasma beta-carotene level (concentration of beta-carotene in the blood), in
ng/ml, was measured for a sample of 315 individuals, and the results are s
Solution: Assignment 1, MTH 147
Deadline date: September 16, 2016
1. (5 points each) Identify each of the following variables as either categorical (C)
or quantitative (Q)
a. Choice of diet (vegetarian, non-vegetarian)
_c_
b. Time spent in previous month
Homework Assignment 2
MTH 147, section: .
Deadline date: September 26, 2016
Name:
CSUID:
Guidelines and remarks
The homework deadline will be strictly adhered to. A deduction of 15% per day will
result assignments turned in after the start of the class on
Homework Assignment 4
MTH 147, section: .
Deadline date: November 4, 2016
Name:
CSUID:
Guidelines and remarks
The homework deadline will be strictly adhered to. A deduction of 15% per day will
result assignments turned in after the start of the class on t
Solutions: Homework Assignment 4
MTH 147, section: .
1. Smokers may have a more difficult time quitting smoking if they live with another smoker.
Researchers perform an experiment to explore this possibility in a study to compare bupropion
with placebo. S
Homework Assignment 3
MTH 147, section: .
Deadline date: October 10, 2016
Name:
CSUID:
Guidelines and remarks
The homework deadline will be strictly adhered to. A deduction of 15% per day
will result assignments turned in after the start of the class on t
Homework Assignment 1, MTH 147
Deadline date: September 16, 2016
Name:
CSUID:
Guidelines and remarks
The homework deadline will be strictly adhered to. A deduction of 15% per day
will result assignments turned in after the start of the class on the due da
Solution: Homework Assignment 5
MTH 147, section: .
Deadline date: November 14, 2016
Multiple Choice questions
[B] 1. (20 points) The contingency table shows how many people wore (Y) and did not wear (N)
seat belts as well as how many survived (S) and die
Chapter 3: Association: Contingency, correlation and Regression
Goals
Contingency tables conditional proportions
To understand the
between 2 variables.
relationship Correlation, Regression
Cautions:
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extrapolation,
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Western and East Asian
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Eva M. Pomerantz1 and Qian Wang2
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Module 23 26 & 28
Metabolism and energy, ATP, Cellular Respiration,
Fermentation & Anaerobic Respiration
Metabolism all of an organisms chemical reactions
Catabolic
*release energy
*break molecules down
Cellular Respiration
Fermentation
Anabolic
*require
Macromolecules- Mod 9-11
Nucleic
Acids
Lipids
Proteins
Carbohydrates
1
Monomer
Macromolecules
Polymers made by dehydration
(condensation) synthesis
Polymers broken down by
hydrolysis
Lipid
Protein
Nucleic Acid
Carbohydrate
Polymer
mer = part or unit
hydro
Mitosis and Cell Cycle Control
Modules 33 and 34
Why does a cell make a copy of itself?
Single cell systems: reproduction
Multicellular systems: development, growth,
replacement, repair
Replication
Division
Binary fission
Mitosis
Prokaryotes
Binary f
Genomes and Genomics
Modules 62-64 for final exam.
Time didn't permit us to cover this important topic, but you can get what you
need to know from the PowerPoint and the modules themselves. I'll ask 2-3
questions about this subject on the final. Here's wh