Nick Ruggieri
4/28/11
Probability and Stat in Games of Chance
The Second Year Slump
Every year in every sport, one team takes home the crown that proves that they were the
best team in that given year
1SOC 1167, Spring 2017
Assignment #6
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1. Draw and label the critical values for a 90% confidence interval on this sampling distribution.
Use the Standard Normal Table
1SOC 1167 Spring 2017
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Assignment #8
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1. Suppose the average yearly income of college graduates was $42,000. We sampled 175
students who took SOC 0825 and found their a
1SOC 1167 Spring 2017
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Assignment #7
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1. A survey of 250 students found the average GPA of the sample ( x ) was 3.25 and a sample
standard deviation (s x ) of 0.40. Con
1SOC 1167, Spring 2017
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Assignment #1
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For each variable, indicate the level of measurement and why it would be
classified as such.
1. Temperature, measured in Fahre
1SOC 1167, Spring 2017
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Assignment #3
x =
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xf
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1. The following are student scores (points) on a final exam:
66, 98, 75, 83, 92, 94, 78, 87, 88, 95, 96, 75,
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Assignment #2
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1. Construct a frequency table for the distribution of the grades below. (2
pts.)
B, C, D, C, C, D, A, A, B, C, A, F, D, C, B,
1SOC 1167, Spring 2017
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Assignment #5
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1. Convert the following student scores (points earned) on a final exam into Z scores
( x =86.80, s x =9.99 )
66, 98, 75, 83, 92,
1SOC 1167, Spring 2017
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Assignment #4
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1. The following are student scores (points earned) on a final exam:
66, 98, 75, 83, 92, 94, 78, 87, 88, 95, 96, 75, 93, 82, 100
STAT0827
Birthday example: 30 people in a room. What is the probability that 2 do not have the
same birthday? 365(stands for the days)P30(stands for the people)/365^30=.29 Than do
1-(answer of .29=.71
STAT0827
Black Jack- Go to certain number on table. For this example it is #7.
E(staying) 1(probability of winning) + (-1)(probability of losing), E (staying)=1(.26) + (1) (.74)= -.48
Craps-win with 7
STAT0827 Notes
A move in the line game consists of crossing out a single row at least 1 but possibly
more. The loser is the person who crosses out the last one.
Based on the theorem, there must be a s
STAT0827 Notes
Normal distribution and the central limit theorem
We have a different normal distribution for every mean and every standard deviation
Our table is the cumulative normal distribution for
CHEM 2204 SP 2017
Lab Report Instructions for Expt 15: Diels-Alder Reaction: 9,10Dihydroanthracene-9,10-,-succinic Acid Anhydride
General Information
Your report MUST be typed and should NOT be submi