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 Graphs, Good and Bad
 Recall the definition of statistics:
 Statistics is the science of collecting, classifying, presenting, and
interpreting data
 Types of Variables
 Quantitative variable: takes numerical values for which arithmet
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How to live with errors in sampling
 Substitute other households for nonresponders
 Weight the responses
 Example: number of males and females in the sample may differ. Weighting can
account for differences

STAT 201 Exam II Fall 2016 "
Number 1 :
Dwayne Wade (Miami Heat) with two chances at free throw had 9% chance of making his rs
shot (NBA 20142015 season). If he missed his rst shot there is 65% c ance a 6 ma e IS
second shot. If he made his rst shot ther
Formula Sheet for Exam III
(You may write on this side of the formula sheet. Do not write on the back.)
The mean and standard error of the sampling distribution of a sample proportion are:
19(1  p)
we and 015: n
The mean and standard error of the samp
You may use them for practice but not for exam questions.
1. A recent survey of STAT 201 students showed that 60% prefer a black pen to write with.
For this problem, assume that 60% of all STAT 201 students prefer a black pen.
a. For a random sample of si
Sample Test 1
After you complete your exam, please sign the statement below, taken from the Office of Academic
Integrity:
I understand that it is the responsibility of every member of the Carolina community to uphold
and maintain the University of South C
Sample Test 1
After you complete your exam, please sign the statement below, taken from the Office of Academic
Integrity:
I understand that it is the responsibility of every member of the Carolina community to uphold
and maintain the University of South C
Formula Sheet for Exam 11
You may write on the formula sheet.
n(A)
PW : no)
P(A) = 1 P(A)
P (A or B) = P(A) + P(B) P(A and B)
P (AlB) = My APE? B
P (A and B) = P (AIB)* P (B) = P(B) * P(AlB)
Disjoint Events: P (A and B) = 0
Independent events: P (AIB) =
Formula Sheet for Exam II
You may write on the formula sheet.
P(A) =
n( A)
n(S)
P ( A C ) = 1 P(A)
P (A or B) = P(A) + P(B) P(A and B)
P (AB) =
P (A and B) = P (AB)* P (B) = P(B) * P(AB)
Disjoint Events: P (A and B) = 0
Independent events: P (AB) = P
Assignment 7 Multiple Linear Regression
The data for this assignment involves data recorded on 54 patients on a treadmill. For each patients,
their pulse per minutes (heart), height, and weight are recorded. The dependent variable is the volume
of oxygen
Exam 2
Part 1: Chapters 10, 11, 12
Statistics is the science of collecting, classifying, presenting, and interpreting data.

2 types of variables are Quantitative Variable and Categorical Variable

The distribution of a variable tells us what values it
STAT 206:
Chapter 5
Discrete Probability Distributions
1
Ideas in Chapter 5
Concept and characteristics of probability distributions
Binomial distribution
Poisson distribution
Maybe covariance
Maybe Hypergeometric
Important to remember:
What is a dis
STAT 206
Elementary Statistics for Business
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STAT 206:
Chapter 4
Basic Probability
1
Ideas in Chapter 4
Principles of probability bridge the worlds of
descriptive statistics inferential statistics
What is the probability that a family PLANS TO purchase HDTV this
year?
What is the probability that
LDA Laser Doppler Anemometry with Cobra3
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Related topics
Interference, Doppler effect, scattering of light by small particles (Mie scattering), high and lowpass filters, sampling
theorem, spectral power density, turbulence.
Principle
Small
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Faraday effect
Related topics
Electromagnetic field interaction, electron oscillation, electromagnetism, polarization, Verdets constant, Hall effect.
Principle
The angle of rotation of the polarisationplane of plane polarized light through
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Recording and reconstruction of holograms
Related topics
Dispersion, reflection, object beam, reference beam, real and virtual image, volume hologram, LippmannBragg hologram,
Bragg reflection.
Principle
The laser beam is divided into an ob
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Fresnels zone construction / zone plate
Related topics
HuyghensFresnel principle, Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction, interference, coherence, Fresnel zone construction, zone
plates.
2. The focal points of several orders of the zone plate
 Course # 10: Module 6: TwymanGreen Interferometers Page 1 of 17
This version reects the comments of the core participants arrreviewed and
incorporated in accordance with CORD 's FIPSEsupported Curriculum
Morphing Project.
MODULE 106
TWYMANGREEN
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LDA Laser Doppler Anemometry with Cobra3
Related topics
Interference, Doppler effect, scattering of light by small particles
(Mie scattering), high and lowpass filters, sampling theorem,
spectral power density, turbulence.
Principle
Small
Fourier optics 2f Arrangement
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Related Topics
Fourier transform, lenses, Fraunhofer diffraction, index of refraction, Huygens principle.
Principle
Fourier optics is one of the major viewpoints for understanding classical optics. It refers to
4
The Particle Nature of Matter
41
F corresponds to the charge passed to deposit one mole of monovalent element at a cathode.
96 500 C
As one mole contains Avogadros number of atoms, e =
= 1.60 10 19 C .
6.02 10 23
42
(a)
Total charge passed = i * t = (
Homework #4
Griffin Zink
1) t = 27.088, df = 7, pvalue = 2.396e08
alternative hypothesis: true mean is not equal to 0
95 percent confidence interval:
2.076406 2.473594
sample estimates: mean of x =2.275
2) a.
We can assume the data in each plot is norma
Griffin Zink
STAT 205 T/Th 1:153:30PM
1) Based on the histogram, the graph is unimodal because it has only one peak. The graph is also
skewed right and not symmetrical.
2) By looking at the boxplot only one outlier exists. 57 is the only outlier because
Griffin Zink
Write up the first two problems on one page, and the last two problems on another page
1. Exercise 7.5.13, six bar wrasse data. Carefully define 1 and 2, and state the null and (onesided) alternative hypotheses for this problem. Do you need t
Homework #5
Griffin Zink
1) a. It appears the males that survived had larger wings
b.
The data is approximately normal in each group.
c. Population 1 is the 24 adult male sparrows that perished, 1=727.92. Population 2 is the 35
adult male sparrows that su
1. 9.2.5(a,b) use binom.test in R; show your code.
binom.test(0.164, 0.250)
We are 95% confident that the probability of adverse reaction in infants who receive their first injection
of vaccine is between 0.164 and 0.250.
2. 9.4.3 use binom.test in R; sho