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STAT 201: INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS
EXAM 3 TOPICS FALL 2016
Miscellaneous topics from prior chapters:
Know the difference between a population and a sample
Know what and p represent
Know what y and represent
Have a general understanding of what a samplin
Stats 201 Project #1 Learning About Stat 201 Students Fall2016
Submitted by:
1. The snip-it below is a fragment of data taken and answered by 755 UT Spring 2016
students. The questions vary between each one. Out of the 1014 students, I reduced the
sample
Stat 201 Project #3 Fall 2016
Submitted by:
1.) The screenshot below displays that I took a random sample of 100 students
responses from the total population of 1015 participants who contributed in a
Spring 2016 Stat 201 survey.
2.)
a.)
-The sample propor
Statistics 201 Fall 2016
Exam 3 Practice Exam (from Spring 2016)
Disclaimer:
This practice exam is provided solely for the purpose of familiarizing you with the
format and style of the Stat 201 exams. There is no explicit or implicit guarantee
that the up
Statistics 201 Fall 2016
Exam 3 Practice Exam (from Spring 2016)
KEY
Disclaimer:
This practice exam is provided solely for the purpose of familiarizing you with the
format and style of the Stat 201 exams. There is no explicit or implicit guarantee
that th
Cassandra Townsend
STAT 201 Online
This pivot chart analyzes average high school GPA separated by gender. I left
the grand total option on this one because I thought it showed even more how big of
a gap there is between the male and female GPAs. The femal
Cassandra Townsend
Stat 201 Project 3
This STAT 201 project includes data tests involving confidence intervals and the integration of
hypothesis information. It was created and produced by Cassie Townsend from the STAT 201
online class during the week of
Cassandra Townsend
STAT 201 Project 2
1. My student ID is 000393468 so I took a random sample of 768.
2. A-E
2.F. It would appear, in the chart above, that those who live farther from campus have more
student loans. However these numbers do not vary great
Cassandra Townsend
STAT 201 Project One
QUESTION 1.
My student ID number ends in 68 so I chose a random sample of 668.
QUESTION 2.
a)
I chose sibling position as my categorical data, marijuana legalization as my
ordinal data, and age you had your first al
Decision Trees
Decision Trees 0116
1
A World of Data
Companies have been collecting information on variables
of interest for years creating huge data sets.
Baseball teams have data on players and prospective
players.
Grocery stores have data on the buying
Exam 2 Practice Problems
1. Of the entire population of cell phone users in Knoxville, 65% use Verizon, 25% use AT&T and 10%
use neither.
a. What is the probability that a randomly selected Knoxville cell phone user uses either Verizon or
AT&T?
b. What is
Intro Stat 4
Edition
DeVeaux, Velleman and Bock
Error in Chapter 15
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Chapter 15 Lecture Notes
Slide 33
3. Success/Failure Condition: The sample size
has to be big enough so that both np and nq are
at least 10, i.e., np 10 and n(1-p) 10
This is correct
Statistics 201 Fall 2016
Exam 2 Practice Exam (from Spring 2016)
KEY
Disclaimer:
This practice exam is provided solely for the purpose of familiarizing you with the
format and style of the Stat 201 exams. There is no explicit or implicit guarantee
that th
Stat 201 Fall 2016
Topics to study for Exam 1
Chapter 1: Type of Variables
Quantitative versus categorical variable
Recognizing what is not a variable at all
Being able to recognize an Identifier Variable
Chapter 2: Categorical Variables
Reading pie chart
Stat 201 Project 2 Fall 2016
Due Friday, October 14, 2016
(1 minute before midnight, submitted to Blackboard)
42 TOTAL POINTS
Assignments submitted by 5pm on Tuesday, October 11 will receive +3 bonus points
WARNING: the JMP file provided by your instructo
Stat 201 - Exam 2 - Topics List Fall 2016
Chapter 9: Understanding Randomness
Understand what random means
Simulations and associated terminology
Chapter 10: Sample surveys
Populations and samples
Parameters and statistics
Representative samples
Sampling
Statistics 201 Fall 2016
Exam 2 Practice Exam (from Spring 2016)
KEY
Disclaimer:
This practice exam is provided solely for the purpose of familiarizing you with the
format and style of the Stat 201 exams. There is no explicit or implicit guarantee
that th
Statistics 201 Fall 2016
Exam 2 Practice Exam (from Spring 2016)
Disclaimer:
This practice exam is provided solely for the purpose of familiarizing you with the
format and style of the Stat 201 exams. There is no explicit or implicit guarantee
that the up
Statistics 201 Fall 2016
Exam 1 Practice Exam (from Spring 2016)
KEY
Disclaimer:
This practice exam is provided solely for the purpose of familiarizing you with the
format and style of the Stat 201 exams. There is no explicit or implicit guarantee
that th
Statistics for Dummies?
Understanding Statistics for
Research Staff!
Those of us who DO the research, but not the statistics.
Rachel Enriquez, RN PhD
Epidemiologist
Why do we do Clinical Research?
Epidemiology
Epidemiology focuses on why we do clinical
r
Cross1
Stats 201 Project- Learning about Stats Students- Fall 2013
Morris 11:15-12:05 MWF
November 22, 2013
Cross2
1) The last two digits of my student ID number are 90, so my sample size is n=400+90=490.
1.b.)Histogram with zero values still included.
1.
Statistics 201 Project 2
The data in this report was collected from a survey of Statistics 201 students during the Fall
2013 semester. This analysis was completed on October 8, 2015.
1.
b.) Out of 730 students surveyed, the average of Q15 HrsGames is 3.60
Statistics 201 Project 2
The data in this report was collected from a survey of Statistics 201 students during the Fall
2013 semester. This analysis was completed on October 8, 2015.
1.
b.) Out of 730 students surveyed, the average of Q15 HrsGames is 3.60
Chapter 14 Notes on Disjointness
Supplemental: Disjoint vs. Ind.
Recall: Say we have events A and B.
We say that A and B are Disjoint when they cant happen at the same time.
More specifically A and B are disjoint when A happen implies that B did not
happe
Project #1
Stats 201
Morris
1.) The last two digits of my id number is 54, so my sample data is 254.
N=200+54=254
b. My particular histogram is unimodal and it is skewed right. There is one outlier
on the far right.
c. I think I should use the median and
Project 1
Learning about Stat 201 students
Spring 2011
1) The final two digits of my UTK Student ID number are 28 so my sample size was n = 400 + 28 =
428 students.
2) For this question I chose the categorical variable Sacrificing Personal Obligations for
11/26/12
Stats Project #2
1. a.) The population in question for our survey is the 711 students who filled out the
survey.
b.) The sampling frame is the ID numbers from the 711 respondents.
c.) Two subsets that are under-represented in the data set are any
1. a) The population is all UT students, young and old.
b) The sampling frame is students in Statistics 201.
c) i. Students in majors that dont require Statistics 201
ii. Graduate students
2. The last number of my student ID is 4, so my sample size is 74.