MATH 361 ASSIGNMENT 1
85 Points
Instructions
NAME_
I need to see some justifications for your answers. There are two ways you can show work to
justify your answers. The first method is to type in your
9.2 Examples
Example 1
A simple random sample of size n is drawn. The sample mean,
standard deviation, s, is found to be 4.7.
, is found to be 19.2, and the sample
a) Construct a 95% confidence interv
MATH 361 Graded Assignment #2
NAME_
95 pts You must show your work. Simply writing down a numerical value for any problem will
result in a score of 0 for such a problem. For binomial examples of work,
MATH 361 Graded Assignment #4 NAME_
60 pts
1) 15 pts In a recent random sample of 842 single individuals who purchase their own health
insurance outside of the ACA exchanges, it was found that 620 of
MATH 361 ASSIGNMENT 1
85 Points
Instructions
NAME_
I need to see some justifications for your answers. There are two ways you can show work to
justify your answers. The first method is to type in your
MATH 361 Graded Assignment #4 NAME_
60 pts
1) 15 pts In a recent random sample of 842 single individuals who purchase their own health
insurance outside of the ACA exchanges, it was found that 620 of
MATH 361 ASSIGNMENT 1
85 Points
Instructions
NAME_
I need to see some justifications for your answers. There are two ways you can show work to
justify your answers. The first method is to type in your
Graded Assignment Assignment 3
67 Points
Instructions
NAME
I need to see some justifications for your answers.
When you have completed this assignment, you must upload it back to me via the assignment
MATH 361 Graded Assignment #2
NAME_
95 pts You must show your work. Simply writing down a numerical value for any problem will
result in a score of 0 for such a problem. For binomial examples of work,
Graded Assignment Assignment 3 NAME
67 Points
Instructions
I need to see some justifications for your answers.
When you have completed this assignment, you must upload it back to me via the assignment
Estimating Population Means and Proportions
Estimating parameters requires two quantitative descriptions:
1) A statistic; the point estimate
2) A margin of error: the smaller the margin of error relat
MATH 361 Hypothesis Tests: Testing a mean value; population standard deviation unknown
1) Suppose we felt the average lifespans of males in the United States exceeded 74 years. If we want
to test this
Estimating Population Means and Population Proportions
1) A random sample of 60 married couples who have been married seven years, were asked the
number of children they have. The sample resulted in a
P-values and Levels of Significance
Think of the p-value as the lowest level of significance that could be used to reject the
null hypothesis. So, if you know a p-value, you can compare it to differen