Stat 3504: Nonparametric Statistics Homework 5
Due: Tuesday, Oct. 28th
Name:
In-class ID:
1. Five tents using plain camouflage and five tents using patterned camouflage are set up
in a wooded area, and a team of observers is sent out to find them. The tea
Stat 3504: Nonparametric Statistics Homework 2
Due: Tuesday, Sep 16th
This assignment contains two parts: reading and practicing problems. Please read through the
three tests and keep notes of your questions. They are all based on binomial test but with
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Stat 3504: Nonparametric Statistics Homework 8
Due: Tuesday, Dec. 2nd
Name:
In-class ID:
1. Five fourth-grade children were selected at random from the entire class and timed in a
short race. The times in seconds were 6.3, 4.2, 4.7, 6.0, and 5.7. Test the
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Stat 3504: Nonparametric Statistics Homework 1 *
Due: Tuesday, Sep 9th
1. Find out a situation (except coin toss) that fits in binomial data setting. Please
explain what is each trial, what does success refer to, and what assumption do
you need.
2. Assumi
Jonathan Costa
STAT 3504
Professor Chen
9/25/14
Homework 3
1.
(1) Ho: The median number of days is 5 ( = 5)
Ha: The median number of days is greater than 5 ( > 5)
= .10
N = 30
Error = cfw_sample points > 5 = 20
p-value (from median test table) = .04937 w
Stat 3504: Nonparametric Statistics Homework 3
Due: Thursday, Sep 25th
Name:
In-class ID:
1. Recently, complaints have been called in to Metro regarding the mailing of SmartTrip cards
when ordered online. The website states that a customer should receive
Jonathan Costa
STAT 3504
Professor Chen
9/16/14
Homework 2
1. H0: The median difference is zero (p = 0.50)
HA: The median difference is positive (p < 0.50)
0 zeros, 5 signs, 1 + sign
=0.05
N=5+1=6
The test statistic x is the smaller number between 1 and 5
Jonathan Costa (ID: 7)
STAT 3504
Professor Chen
10/2/14
Homework 4
1.
Ho: Individual stratum odds ratios are all equal to one There is no difference between
male and female admission rates
Ha: At least one odds ratio is different from unity There is a dif
Stat 3504: Nonparametric Statistics Homework 6
Due: Tuesday, Nov. 4th
Name:
In-class ID:
1. A blood bank kept a record of the rate of heartbeats for several blood donors.
Men Women
58
66
76
74
82
69
74
76
79
72
65
73
74
75
86
67
68
Is the variation among
Stat 3504: Nonparametric Statistics Homework 4
Due: Thursday, Oct. 2nd
Name:
In-class ID:
1. Finish the Mantel-Haenszel test on UC Berkeley admission data. In class, we did the test
for first three departments. Please do similar test for all six departmen
Stat 3504: Nonparametric Statistics Homework 1 *
Due: Tuesday, Sep 9th
1. Find out a situation (except coin toss) that fits in binomial data setting. Please
explain what is each trial, what does success refer to, and what assumption do
you need. (40 point
Stat 3504: Nonparametric Statistics Homework 7
Due: Thursday, Nov. 20th
Name:
In-class ID:
1. A driver kept track of the number of miles she traveled and the number of gallons put in
the tank each time she bought gasoline.
Miles Gallons
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116
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Jonathan Costa
STAT 3504
Professor Chen
9/9/14
Homework 1
1) Binomial distribution example: I take a sample of 20 students from the STAT 3504
and I want to know how many are from Virginia. That would be 20 trials, with a
success being that the student sel