Syllabus For Statistics 2301, Fall 2012
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Enable you to understa
Perform hypothesis tests for real data.
Explore the relationship between confidence intervals and hypothesis tests
Further examine whether the normal body temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is
STAT 2301 Exam3
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2. conditional probability: P(A|B) = P(A and B) / P(B)
1. sample size: n (
Part I: Carefully re
Processes & Decisions
Overview of Business Processes
Scientific approach to management
Conditions under which scientific approach to mgmt is
CVS case: Embedding Analytics in Business Processes
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Lab 4: Understanding Normal Distribution
Objectives: Use the applets that accompany your text. Perform normal calculations.
Part I (normal distribution)
1. Turn to Table A of your text. The table gives the area under a standard normal curve t
Introduce a key business application of linear regression: the measure of a stocks
Lab 2: Introduction to graphing in Excel
Learn how to construct a histogram in Excel.
For our exercise today, we will construct graphs for data collected in class the first day,
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CHAPTER 1 Examining Distributions
way to describe the distribution of a variable. The most important statistical model
is the Normal distribution, which is introduced here. Normal distributions are us