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Graphical displays are used to provide the viewer information that illustrates qualitative or
quantitative information about the data set under review. After reading the assigned
sections in Chapter 2, please provide an example of where you think a graphi
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Binomial Distribution Example
Distribution Functional Form
Mean Standard Deviation
Binomial
Joe throws a die six times and throws a three twice. Its that incredibly lucky or
unusual?
The basic probability of throwing a "3" in one throw is p=1/6 . Then for
Why is the following not a probability model”? Color Probability
Click the icon to View the data table. Red 0.3
Green - 0.4
Determine why it is not a probability model. Choose the correct answer below. Ema [Ll
. . . . . Brown 0.3
v“ This 1s not a probabi
A histogram of a set of data indicates that the dismhution of the data is skewed right. 1iﬁs‘hich measure of central tendency will likely he larger. the mean or the median? Why?
Choose the correct answer helow.
The mean will lﬂcely he larger hecause the e
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Lab Ch 8a
1. For each of the examples below, decide if X is a binomial random variable. If so, specify n and
p. If not, explain why not.
a. X = number of heads from flipping the same coin ten times, where the probability of a
head =
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Lab Ch 5 and 6
For Exercises 1 to 3, use the Sampling Distributions applet on ANGEL. Press the begin button
on the left pane of the applet website to begin the applet.
1. Keep the population histogram at the top the same as the defau
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Lab Ch 16
1. Use the dataset wineratings. The variable Quality gives ratings of overall quality for 38
samples of Pinot Noir wine made in three different wine-producing regions. The variable Region
gi
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Lab Ch 14 and 15
1. In Example 14.3 a sample of n = 43 college men was used to determine the regression
equation, Weight = - 318 + 7 (Height). Weights were measured in pounds and heights were
measured in inche
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Lab Ch 13
1. The survey in the UCDavis2 data set asked students if they preferred to sit in the front, middle,
or back of the class and also asked them their heights. The following data are the heights for 15
female students who said
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Lab Ch 12
1. For this exercise, use the dataset UCDavis2. The variable Friends is a response to the
question Who do you find it easiest to make friends with? People of the (circle one) Same Sex or
Oppo
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Lab Ch 11
1. For this exercise, use the dataset pennstate1. Case Study 1.1 presented data given by college
students in response to the question, What is the fastest you have ever driven a car in mph? The
variable fastest contains the
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Lab Ch 7
1. Refer to Example 7.28 (p.259) and use the results given in Table 7.3
to estimate probabilities of the following outcomes (the table uses the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 to represent
four different prizes available in cereal bo
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Lab Ch 4
1. For this exercise, use the UCDavis2 dataset. The variable WtFeel contains UC Davis student
responses to the question Do you think you are: Underweight? About Right? Overweight?
a. Create a contingency table for the relati
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Lab Ch 3
1. The heights (inches) and foot lengths (centimeters) of 33 college men are shown in the
following table. (These data are in the dataset heightfoot on ANGEL.)
height
foot
height foot
height foot
height foot
66.5
27
69
25
73
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Lab Ch 2
1. The data for this exercise are in the GSS-93 dataset. The variable gunlaw is whether a
respondent favors or opposes stronger gun control laws.
a. Determine the percentage of respondents who
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Lab Ch 01
1. Open Minitab. What colors is the icon that you clicked on to open the program?
_Green and White_
2. Enter the following data into Minitab and call it data1:
14, 12, 10, 12, 9, 11, 14, 7, 1
Project 1 Template: One variable per text box
Variable Name: Brand
Variable Type: Categorical
Summary Statistics: 30% Progresso 70% Cambells
Graph:
Cambells outweighs progresso soups
Please note, the correct summary statistics will be determined by the va
Key things for exam 2 of CHEM212
The following reactions/concepts from Chapter 19 will be tested
Ketal/semi-ketal formation
Cyclic ketal as protecting groups
Imine and enamine formation and reactions
Wolf-Kischner reduction
Reductive amination
Wittig reac