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Where we are at?
We have finished chapters 1-4
Introduction, Descriptive Statistics, Probab
DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLES
(Chapter 4)
ISE 3293/5013 Applied Engineering Statistics
Spring 2016
Slides adapted from material by Charles Nicholson & Kash Barker
Moving on from chapter 3
Probability was introduced in the last chapter
And here we extend the
HOMEWORK DUE!
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PROBABILITY RULES
(Chapter 3)
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Spring 2016
Eliza
TESTS OF HYPOTHESES
FOR A SINGLE SAMPLE
ISE 3293/5013 Applied Engineering Statistics
Spring 2016
Elizabeth Hocker
Slides adapted from material by Charles Nicholson/Kash Barker
ISE 3293/5013 APPLIED ENGINEERING STATISTICS
Kash Barker
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Chapters 7 and 8
P
STATISTICAL INFERENCE
FOR TWO SAMPLES
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Spring 2016
Elizabeth Hocker
Slides adapted from material by Charles Nicholson/Kash Barker
1
Dealing with two populations
Weve recently discussed making inferences
about M
T-Table
Please come to the front to pick up a T-Table!
* There are still some copies of the Z-Table
left if you dont have one, ask me for one!
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Chapter 7
STATISTICAL INTERVALS
FOR A SINGLE SAMPLE
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SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS
ISE 3293/5013 Applied Engineering Statistics
Spring 2016
Elizabeth Hocker
Slides adapted from material by Charles Nicholson & Kash Barker
Sampling distributions
NONPARAMETRIC
STATISTICS
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Elizabeth Hocker
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Parametric Methods
Assume
that random variables and
distributions of sample statistics followed
particular, known distributions
Normal distribution
Sta