Anderson, Sweeney, Williams, Camm (2014) Statistics for Business & Economics. Revised. (12th ed.). Cengage Learning
Chapter 2: Question 6
Nielsen Media Research provided the list of the 25 top-rated single shows in television history (The World Almanac, 2
Anderson, Sweeney, Williams, Camm (2014) Statistics for Business & Economics. Revised. (12 th ed.). Cengage Learning
Chapter 4: Question 2
How many ways can three items be selected from a group of six items?
6
6!
20 outcomes
C
3
3! (6-3)!
Use the letters
Noah Wissel
Questions
1.
What do you think causes some of the variation between packages
(cups)?
The scoop used to transfer the beads can pick up different amounts each
time.
2.
Are there any changes you could make to make the process more stable
(consist
Anderson, Sweeney, Williams, Camm (2014) Statistics for Business & Economics. Revised. (12 th ed.). Cengage Learning
Chapter 4: Question 22
Suppose that we have a sample space with five equally likely experimental outcomes: E1, E2, E3, E4, E5. Let
A = cfw
Noah Wissel
Part2:DataSummarizationandAnalysis
Using your Candy Data Sheet, answer the following questions in
complete sentences in Word:
1.
What is the value of the Mean and Median?
Mean- .837(.84) Median- .84
2.
In general, each piece of candy is approx
Computing p-Values
Using the Test Statistic z
Enter z ->
p-value (Lower Tail)
p-value (Upper Tail)
p-value (Two Tail)
Using the Test Statistic t
-2.67
0.0038
0.9962
0.0076
Using the Test Statistic Chi Square
Enter Chi Square ->
df ->
p-value (Lower Tail)
Anderson, Sweeney, Williams, Camm (2014) Statistics for Business & Economics. Revised. (12 th ed.). Cengage Learning
Chapter 1: Question 2
The U.S. Department of Energy provides fuel economy information for a variety of motor vehicles.
A sample of 10 auto
Noah Wissel, Liv Nortz, Jackson Tyler, Trent Hopson, Nick Tafoya, Mallory Martin
Lab 3 Answer Sheet
1. At this point are you using a classical, relative frequency, or subjective method of
probability assignment? Explain why you think its the method you id
Math 131 Homework 1
Due: F 1/17/2014
Name: _
Grade: _/10
1.
Factor completely the following. Check your work by FOIL-ing your factors
a.
x2 5x + 4
b.
2 x 2 + 7 x 30
c.
6 x 2 + 7 x 20
d.
x 4 + 3 x 2 28
e.
x3 27
f.
x3 + 8
g.
x 2 81
h.
2 x3 + 7 x 2 + 3x
2.
S
Math 131 Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment #14
Due Friday February 21, 2014
Name: _
Grade_/10
Differentiate the following.
1.
d x 2
(e x )
dx
2.
d x3
dx e x
3.
d ex
dx x
4.
d 2
( x ln ( x ) )
dx
5.
d ln ( x )
dx x
6.
d x
( e ln ( x ) )
Math 131 Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment #15
Due Monday February 24, 2014
Name: _
Grade: _/10
Tangent Line Approximations: Given a function y = f ( x ) to approximate its value at
f ( x1 ) = f ( x0 + x ) where x = x1 x0 and the value of f ( x0
Math 131 Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment #13
Due: Wednesday February 19, 2014
Name: _
Grade : _/10
Mixed Quotient and Product Rules: Differentiate the following
1.
2
d ( x + 1) ( x + x + 1)
Reduce!
dx
x2 + 1
2.
d x
d x x
2 = 2
dx x + 1
d
Math 131 Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment #12
Due Monday February 17, 2014
Name: _
Grade: _/10
Differentiate the following using the product rule first, then multiplying out to get the
polynomial and differentiate the polynomial. Check that the
Math 131: Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment 10
Due Wednesday February 12, 2014
Name: _
Grade : _/10
Using the rules for differentiation differentiate the following polynomials. Do not use the limit of
the difference quotient definition to calcula
Math 131 Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment #11
Due Friday February 14, 2014
Name: _
Grade _/10
Using the rules for differentiation differentiate the following functions. Do not use the limit of
the difference quotient definition to calculate your
Math 131: Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment 09
Due: Monday February 10, 2014
Name: _
Grade: _/10
Do the following for questions 1 3 below.
a.
Using the limit of the difference quotient definition of derivative, find the
derivative f ( x ) for the
Math 131 Essentials of Calculus
Homework Asgt 02
Due: Wednesday January 22, 2014
Name: _
1
Using your grapher
a.
Using your grapher graph the function y = x 3 2 x 2
Grade: _/10
11
15
x + on the closed interval
4
4
[ 10,10] .
Using the zero app find the z
Math 131: Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment 07
Due: Wednesday February 5, 2014
Name: _
Grade: _/10
1.
Continuity: To determine if a function is continuous at a point c you need to verify three
things
1.
Does f(c) exist?
2.
Does the limit lim f (
Math 131: Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment 08
Due: Friday February 7, 2014
Name: _
Grade: _/10
Do the following for each of the functions given below.
a.
Using the limit of the difference quotient definition, find the derivative
f ( x ) for the
Math 131 Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment 06
Due Monday February 3, 2014
Name: _
Grade _/10
1.
Using the constant, identity, and algebraic rules, evaluate the following limits (keep in
mind the Law of Least Astonishment). Remember to follow thru
Math 131 Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment 05
Due Wednesday January 29, 2014
Name: _
Grade _/10
Note: In the previous homework assignment the functions in questions 1 -3 were shown to be 1:1.
1.
Find the inverse for the 1:1 function f ( x ) = 5 x
Math 131 Essentials of Calculus
Homework Assignment 04
Due: Monday January 27, 2014
Name: _
Grade _/10
1.
Find the domain (and range) for the following functions. To find the range begin with the
graph Express both in interval notation.
5
x+2
a.
f ( x) =
Math 131 Homework 3
Homework Assignment 03
Due: Friday January 24, 2014
Name: _
Grade _/10
1.
The table to the right lists US life expectancy in years for
ages between 10 and 70 years.
From the previous homework assignment you generated a scatter
plot for
MATH 127 Assignment #1
Chapter 1: 1-3, 6, 9-12, 23-25, 27-28, 30-31, 33, 36-39, and 41-44.
First, a few general notes about these exercises:
You may want to try the "Check Your Skills" exercises 13-22 as well. But there's no need
to turn them in any solut
MATH 127 Assignment #18
Chapter 23: 1, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 29, 31, and 39-41.
Notes:
1, 5, 7, 9, and 13 step you through the analysis for a single example (on smoking and
educational level). You'll need to do these by hand, to get the idea for what's being
c
MATH 127 Assignment #5
Chapter 5: 1abc, 4, 5ab, 8-10, 12-13, 26-27, 29, 32-35, 37, 39, 41, and 43.
Notes:
Skip the regression line formula on page 120, and always rely on the software to calculate
this equation every time. Don't worry about Facts 2 and 3
MATH 127 Assignment #6
Chapter 6: 1, 4-5, 19-23, 25, 27, and 29.
Notes:
Skip the material on Simpson's Paradox on pages 158-159.
Generally, the software might not provide much help with these exercises, because the
data are already summarized in two-way t