Lesson 1: Gathering Data
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1. A large retail store is conducting research on customers perceptions of
their brand. They have a list of over 2
Solutions
Probability
Problem 1: Your professor gives a surprise quiz consisting of 10 true/false
questions.
A) What is the complement of the event of getting at least one question wrong?
Getting none
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Gathering Data - Solution
Problem 1:
Study 1: A British study compared 966 patients with brain cancer to 1716 patients without brain cancer.
The patients cell phone use was measured using a q
Lesson 4: Probability with Two Variables
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Lesson 2: Turning Data into Information
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Points Awarded
8.00
Points Missed
2.00
Percentage
80.0%
1.
Measurements taken from all individuals of a population
A) Statistic
B) Parameter
C) Census
D) Population data
E) Sample data
Table for Indiv
Stat 200 Lab Activity 5
1. a. (1). Flipping a coin 10 times (2). Discrete (3). Binomial (4). n = 10 and p = 0.5
b. (1). Time to complete a 30 multi-choice questions (2). Continuous (3). Not Binomial
c
Lesson 3: Probability with One Variable
Lab Activity 3
1. a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
P(Red)=26/52=1/2=.5
P(Red)=26/52 so P(RedC)=26/52
P(6)=4/52=1/13=.25
P(6)=6/52 so P(6C)=46/52
They are relative because you can
Lesson 1: Gathering Data
Lab Activity 1
1. Non-Reponse Bias-could be that people that cheat a lot would either not answer the
questions or wont participate in the survey.
Response Bias-People that che
Lesson 10: One-Way ANOVA
Lab Activity 10
1. a. Yes, the response variable (cost of lumber) is quantitative and the explanatory variable
is region, which is categorical. We are comparing four different
Lab Activity 7
March 2016
1. a. All U.S. Adults
b. Adults in the household that have land-line telephones
c. P = 0.63 q = 0.27
d. 1,000 randomly surveyed
e. 63%
2. a. No
b. Most swimmers dont get a me
Stat 200 Lab Activity 6
1. a.
i.
p
= 120/200 = 0.60
ii. SE( ) =
p
iii. both n*
2. a.
b.
60 2
c. i.
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200
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, between 58 and 62.
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ii. P(
and n*(1- ) greater than 10 (120 a
Lesson 3: Probability with One Variable
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Lesson 1: Gathering Data
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NAME:
1. A large retail store is conducting research on customers perceptions of
their brand. They have a list of over 2 million
Hello Stat 200 Students,
Welcome to Stat 200. My name is Pat Buchanan and I am thrilled to be able to teach Stat 200 to
you in the upcoming fall semester. I hope everyone has had a great summer and wi
Week 5 Assignment
Natalia Paternina
1.
Descriptives
Rating of the Movie: Home Alone( 1 to 7, where 7 is best movie ever, 1 is worst
movie ever )
95% Confidence
Interval for Mean
Std.
Std.
Lower
Upper
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Week 3 Assignment
1. Null hypothesis Google dataset:
There is no relationship between a persons age and gender and rating of the
movies Home Alone, The Hangover, and Star Wars.
2. Z
Project Central Tendency and Variance
Statistics
Q8a. About
how often
do you use
the internet
or email
from -Home?
N
Valid
1111
Missin
389
g
Mean
2.48
Median
2.00
Mode
1
Std.
1.714
Deviation
Variance
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Week 4 Assignment
1.
Group Statistics
Rating of the Movie:
Home Alone( 1 to 7,
where 7 is best movie
ever, 1 is worst movie
ever )
Gender (1=Female,
2=Male)
1
2
N
12
8
Mean
5.08
4.50
Week 6 Assignment
Natalia Paternina
1.
Tests of Between-Subjects Effects
Dependent Variable: Rating of the Movie: Home Alone( 1 to 7, where 7 is best movie ever,
1 is worst movie ever )
Type III Sum
M
Lesson 6: Sampling Distributions
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REQUIRED MATERIALS: Stat 200 Buchanan (Fall Semester 2016)
Textbook: Mind on Statistics, 5th Edition, by Jessica Utts & Robert Heckard
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