1.
The following list represents 12 sample IQ scores
90, 83,102, 98, 110, 94,100, 93, 85,104, 99, 88
A.
B.
Create a Frequency Distribution Table with 4 CLASSES [ Class Limits / Frequency / R. Freq / C
Chapter 9 Correlation and Regression
Scatter Diagrams and Linear Correlation
In Chapter 3, we took 1 set of sample data and computed numeric representations.
Instead of looking at only 1 set of data,
Chapter 9 Essential Question Homework
Basic Statistics
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RWU wanted to see if a relationship exists between the number of days a student is absent from class and the final
grade received for a s
Chapter 7
Estimation using Confidence Intervals
Confidence Intervals for the population mean,
, when the population standard
deviation is known, .
Working backwards to find the sample size necessary
Discrete Probability Distributions and additional properties
Introduction to Random Variables and Probability Distributions
Random Variable
Discrete Random Variable [ Chapter 5 ]
Continuous Random Var
E.Q. HW 7 Chapter 7 Confidence Intervals
1.
Basic Statistics
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Of all cars made in the United States, they are either MANUAL or AUTOMATIC. A sample of 300 cars revealed that 138 were
MANUAL.
A.
Chapter 4 Elementary Probability Theory
What is Probability?
Definition of Probability
Rules of Probability
3 types of Probability
Probability Model
Complement
Some Probability Rules Compound Events
A
Chapter 3 Essential Question Homework
Basic Statistics
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The following is a sample of the IQ of 17 men ages 2135.
102, 107, 98, 89, 101, 100, 99, 95, 98, 103, 105, 94, 87, 111, 66, 92, 119
Find
Scatter diagrams and linear correlation
ID the variables

When we have 2 sets of data, we must ID which set is the independent set / EXPLANATORY (X)
and which set of data is the dependant set (respon
Chapter 3 Describing Data Numerically
Measures of Central Tendency
Mean
Median
Mode
Outliers
Idea of Trimmed Mean
Measures of Dispersion
Range
Variance
Standard Deviation
Chebyshevs Inequality
Measure
Chapter 4 Essential Question HW
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1. Which among the following numbers could be the probabilities of an event?
4
2
0. 23 , , 0 , ,0.45 , 1.04 , 0.01
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2. You have a deck of 52 c
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and you can now easily graph it.
6.5 Which, if either, of the following matrices corresponds to an area preserving transformation? A= 2 1 3 3 B= 2 1 3 3 .
SOLUTION We compute the magnication factor fo
which is the equation of a line in the u, v plane. (c) As in part (a), we use () to express the equation for S , here x2 + y 2 = 1, in terms of u and v . The result is: (3u 2v )/3)2 + (v/3)2 = 1 , whi
6.1 Let A be the matrix A =
12 . Find the equation describing the image of S under the linear 03 transformation corresponding to A, and graph this image of S , where: (a) S is the line y axis. (b) S i
(b) Find the vector af such that f (x) = af x, which we know exists by Problem 5.23, and is unique by Problem 5.24.
SOLUTION Computing the integral,
1
a + bx + cx2
0
a 1 dx = a + b/2 + c/3 = b 1/2 .