Homework 7
Stat 6910
due Thursday, October 26, 2017
Data sets from the text can be found at http:/www.wright.edu/~dan.voss/book/DeanVoss.html
Problems
1. DV Chapter 6 Problem 1 (2-3 sentences should s
Homework 2
Due by 12:00 noon, Friday September 15.
To receive credit please follow the instructions given in the syllabus. All
numbered problems are from the course textbook.
Reading: Casella and Berg
Homework 4
Stat 6910
due Thursday, September 21, 2017
Data sets from the text can be found at http:/www.wright.edu/~dan.voss/book/DeanVoss.html
Problems
1. DV Chapter 3 Problem 12
2. DV Chapter 3 Prob
Homework 5
Stat 6910
due Thursday, September 28, 2017
Data sets from the text can be found at http:/www.wright.edu/~dan.voss/book/DeanVoss.html
Problems
1. DV Chapter 4 Problem 3 (a)
2. DV Chapter 4 P
Using R for Power Analysis
Presenters: Ding Yu and Jeremy Yagle
Spring 2013
R is a free software downloadable at http:/www.r-project.org/
Notes:
1. R Console Setup:
> prompts you for formula or functi
Chapter 9 FRQ Practice
Period : _
Name: _
Other
1. Publishing scientific papers online is fast, and the papers can be long. Publishing in a paper journal
means that the paper will live forever in libr
Chapter 16 (continued): Analysis of Variance
Note: In a single-factor study, the levels are also known as
treatments.
Partitioning the Total Sum of Squares
SSTO =
SSTR =
SSTR measures the variability
STAT 3450: Basic Statistics for Engineers
Autumn 2017
Instructor: Michelle Duda
E-Mail: [email protected]
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 12:30-1:30 PM in Cockins Hall (CH) 212B
Class Time/Location:
Homework 1
Due by 12:00 noon, Wed Sept 6.
To receive credit please follow the instructions given in the syllabus. All
numbered problems are from the course textbook.
Reading: Casella and Berger 1.1-1.
Scientific vs. Non-scientific
Questions
What is a scientific question?
Scientific questions are those we can
disprove by experiment (testing).
Examples of Scientific Questions
Does Pepsi have more c
To generate your control charts, edit the boxes in green. DO NOT EDIT the RED boxes
Chart 1 - Base line
Cup # # Beads Mean
LCL
1
40
41
2
43
41
3
38
41
4
36
41
5
41
41
6
45
41
7
44
41
8
39
41
9
42
41
1
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 s
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
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
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
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) M
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
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 informati
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
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
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
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 )
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)
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
polyn
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
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
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 defini
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 close
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 thre