Activity 22
(adapted from Exercise 11.87) Open the dataset pennstate1 dataset in todays folder. The variable
RtSpan has the raw data for measurements of the stretched right hand spans of 190 (male and
Activity 23
Part I: (adapted from Exercise 13.114) Open the dataset UCDavis2 in today's folder. The
variables of interest are GPA and seat, which answers the question "Where do you typically sit in a
Activity 10
Part I: (adapted from Exercise 7.80 in the text) A rare disease occurs in
about 1 out of 1000 people who are similar to you. A test for the disease has
sensitivity (positive test result fo
Activity 9
Part I: (Adapted from Exercise 4.11)
In a study done in England, Voss and Mulligan (2000) collected data on
height (short or not) and whether or not the student had ever been bullied in
sch
Activity 4:
Relationships between Two Quantitative Variables
Part I: Whenever we have two quantitative measurements on the same individual, it may be
interesting to know if there is a relationship bet
Activity 5
For this activity, open the dataset UCDavis2 in the folder for today. It
contains data on several variables for students at the University of
California, Davis.
PART I: Relative Risks and O
Activity 7
PART I: Open the dataset Spring Survey Results in the folder for today. Recall the 5 steps for
conducting a hypothesis test:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Determine the null and alternative hypotheses.
Su
Activity 8
Part I: Making an assumption about the physical world (the dice).
Many games involve rolling two 6-sided dice (eg: Monopoly and casino
craps). In this activity, we will find the probabiliti
Lab Activity 11
Part I: (taken from Exercise 8.14 in the text). Suppose the probability distribution
for X = number of jobs held during the past year for students at a school is as
follows:
# of jobs
Activity 12
Part I: Binomial Probabilities (exact). Recall the 4 properties of a
binomial experiment:
1.
2.
3.
4.
There are n trials where n is determined in advance and is not a random value.
Two pos
Activity 13
Part I: Normal Probabilities
Suppose that X = amount that a randomly selected student at PSU spent on textbooks this
semester is a normal random variable with mean = $400 and standard devi
Activity 14:
Confidence Intervals for One Proportion
Part I: The data for this part are in the Spring 2006 Survey Results data set found on ANGEL.
This represents a sample from the population of all P
Activity 15:
Confidence Intervals for Two Proportions
Part I: Open the worksheet Spring 2006 Survey Results data. Recall from Activity 14 our
comparison between PSU students from big cities and PSU st
Activity 15:
Confidence Intervals for Two Proportions
Part I: Open the worksheet Spring 2006 Survey Results data. Recall from Activity 14 our
comparison between PSU students from big cities and PSU st
Activity 16
Part I: (adapted from exercise 11.88) For this exercise, use the dataset UCDavis2 (in today's folder).
In the survey, students reported ideal height (idealHt) and actual height (height).
W
Activity 1: Descriptive statistics for categorical variables
Log into ANGEL and go to the Lab Activities folder for today. Then, open the dataset Spring
Survey Results in Minitab. This data was collec
720TH AFROTC CADET WING (AETC)
THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
20 September 2012
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
FROM: CADET OGILVIE
SUBJECT: Fall 2012 Academics
1. During the Fall 2012 semester, I am taking
720TH AFROTC CADET WING (AETC)
THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
16 October 2012
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
FROM: CADET OGILVIE
SUBJECT: Fall 2012 Academics
1. During the Fall 2012 semester, I am taking th
Activity 17
Sampling Distribution of x
In todays folder, open the xbar.mtw worksheet in Minitab. The variable GPA consists of the
responses from 995 PSU students and will serve as the population for t
Activity 18
Part I: (adapted from Exercise 11.89) Use the dataset deprived.mtw in today's folder. Students in a
statistics class were asked whether they generally felt sleep deprived (variable name =
Activity 19
Part I: (adapted from Exercise 12.118) Open the dataset UCDavis2 in today's folder. The variable
Seat is a response to the question, "Where do you typically sit in a classroom?" Possible r
Activity 20
Part I: (adapted from Exercise 12.116)
For this exercise, use the dataset UCDavis2 in todays folder. The variable Friends is a response to
the question, Whom do you find it easier to make
Activity 21
(adapted from Exercise 12.116) Open the dataset UCDavis2.MTW from today's folder. The
variable smoke is a response to the question, "Do you smoke regularly?"
Is there sufficient evidence (
Activity 22
(adapted from Exercise 11.87) Open the dataset pennstate1 dataset in todays folder. The variable
RtSpan has the raw data for measurements of the stretched right hand spans of 190 (male and
Activity 24
(adapted from Exercises 14.62 & 14.63) Open the dataset heightfoot from today's folder. Heights
(inches) and foot lengths (centimeters) are given for 33 men.
a) Plot y = height versus x =
Activity 25
(adapted from Exercise 15.64) Open the dataset GSS-08 in the Activity 27 folder. The variable
owngun indicates whether or not the respondent owns a gun, and the variable polparty contains
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INTRODUCTION TO FEMINIST THOUGHT
Lori Ginzberg
410 Weaver
863-8947
WS301
Fall 2012
Email: [email protected]
Class meets: T/Th 9:45-11, 106 Sackett
Office Hours: Wednesday 9-11
This course will introduce
HOLM CENTER T-203
AFROTC
FIELD TRAINING MANUAL
HQ AFROTC/DO
January 2012
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PREFACE
War makes extremely heavy demands on the soldiers strength and nerves. For this reason, make heavy demands on
your
PROLOGUE
ONCE WHEN I WAS IN ninth grade, I had to write a paper on a poem. One of the lines was, If your eyes werent open, you wouldnt know the
difference between dreaming and waking. It hadnt meant m
CHAPTER 14
Section 14.1 Regression Models
1.
Simple Regression
Example 5.6 gave the regression line that explained the response variable Left Handspan
(LftSpan) using the explanatory variable Right Ha