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Week 2: Significant Figures & Conversion
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a) 234000
c) 19500
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Background Statistics: Market Capitalization & Revenue of Public Companies
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Managerial Entrenchment and Payout Policy
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Mathematics 161A-Applied Statistics I
Lecture 21
Andrea Gottlieb
1
Statistics
So far, we have studied the topic of Probability, a branch of
mathematics concerned with the study of random phenomena.
To
Mathematics 161A-Applied Statistics I
Lecture 25
Andrea Gottlieb
1
Small Samples
Suppose you want to run an experiment or conduct a survey to
estimate a population mean:
The process of collecting the
Mathematics 161A-Applied Statistics I
Lecture 22
Andrea Gottlieb
1
Sampling Distributions
Numerical quantities calculated from the sample are called
statistics.
Statistics vary from sample to sample
Mathematics 161A-Applied Statistics I
Lecture 24
Andrea Gottlieb
1
Hypothesis Testing
Definition: A statistical hypothesis is a claim about a population
parameter. The null hypothesis, denoted by H0 i
Midterm 1
MATH 161A Fall 2015 Name K 67/
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Section
Please answer all of the following questions. Show all your work. Partial credit can only be given
if your work can be followed. P
Mathematics 161A-Applied Statistics I
Lecture 20
Andrea Gottlieb
1
Statistics
So far, we have studied the topic of Probability, a branch of
mathematics concerned with the study of random phenomena.
To
Practice Problems for Midterm 1
MATH 161A Fall 2015
Professor Gottlieb
1. A cooling system includes four pumps, labeled A, B, C and D. During an eight-hour shift, one or
more of these pumps may fail.
Practice Problems for Midterm 2
MATH 161A Fall 2015
Professor Gottlieb
1. Let X be a continuous random variable with probability density function (pdf)
(
f (x) =
cx2 (2 x) 0 x 2
0
otherwise
(a) Find t
Mathematics 161A-Applied Statistics I
Lecture 23
Andrea Gottlieb
1
Confidence Interval for a Population Proportion
Let p denote the (true, but possibly unknown) proportion of
successes in a population
Sec 4.1 Question 2: Suppose the newspaper states that probability of rain today is 30%. What is the
complement of the event rain today? What is the probability of the complement?
Answer: The complemen
9.1.2:
When the two variables are positively correlated, the response variable increases as the explanatory
variable increases.
9.1.4:
a) When the correlation coefficient is near -1, the variables are