MATH 1342
Elementary Statistical Methods
Lab Ch.4 Linear Regression
Name: Christian Kassaye
Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Empirical/Quantitative Skills
1. Researchers wondered whether the size of a persons brain was related to the individuals m
Chapter 3:
Numerically
Summarizing Data
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Section 3.5: The Five-Number
Summary and Boxplots
The
Five-Number Summary
When we have several sets of data, it is helpful to be able to compare them at a
glance.
One useful way to summariz
Elementary
Statistical Methods
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Introduction
-Welcome
-Syllabus
-Lets Get Started!
Chapter 1:
Data Collection
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Sections 1.1-1.5: Data Collection
Overview
-Lots of Definitions
-What is a Statistic? Or, What are
Chapter 3:
Numerically
Summarizing Data
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Section 3.3: Measures of Central Tendency
and Dispersion from Grouped Data
Approximating
the Mean Using Grouped Data
We compute the mean of grouped data very similarly to
how we compute the
Chapter 3:
Numerically
Summarizing Data
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Section 3.1:
Measures of Central Tendency
Means, Medians, and Modes, Oh My!: Means
The arithmetic mean of a variable is computed by adding all the
values of the variable in the data set, and
Chapter 3:
Numerically
Summarizing Data
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Section 3.2:
Measures of Dispersion
Determining the Range of Raw Data
The range tells us which values are especially high
or low in a given data set.
The range, R, is calculated as follows:
Chapter 4:
Describing the Relation
Between Two Variables
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Section 4.1:
Scatter Diagrams and Correlation
Univariate Data vs. Bivariate Data
Up to this point, we have mostly dealt with data sets with one
variable, also called univari
Chapter 3:
Numerically
Summarizing Data
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Section 3.2:
Measures of Dispersion
Determining the Range of Raw Data
The range tells us which values are especially high
or low in a given data set.
The range, R, is calculated as follows:
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Elementary Statistical Methods
Lab Ch.3 Descriptive Statistics and the Shape of Distributions
Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Empirical/Quantitative Skills
1. During our semester in statistics, we will be studying inferential
MATH 1342
Elementary Statistical Methods
Lab Ch.2 Frequency Distributions and Graphs
Name _
Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Empirical/Quantitative Skills
This lab involves making an informed decision based on a subjective comparison. We will cons
Name:_Kelsea Dinh_
Due date: _04/23_
GOVT 2305
Assignment# 3
Instruction: Provide a concise and persuasive response to each of the following two questions.
Your answer to each question should be a minimum of 200 words in length.
Points:
This assignment is
Chapter 2:
Organizing and
Summarizing Data
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Overview
Ways we can present data, and how that changes
the way we interpret it
Ways to organize qualitative data vs. Ways to
organize quantitative data
Ways to spot graphical misrepres
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Poisonwood and Jane
Introduction
Thesis: Fighting oppression, as seen
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4.1 notes Describing the relationship between two variables
Scatter Diagrams and Correlation
Draw and Interpret Scatter Diagrams
The _variable (on the y-axis) is the variable whose value can be explained by the value of the
_ or predictor variable (on the
Chapter 7
The Normal Probability Distribution
7.1 Properties of the Normal Distribution
Uniform Probability Distribution
EXAMPLE Illustrating the Uniform Distribution
Suppose that United Parcel Service is supposed to deliver a package to your front door a
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Chapter 5 notes
_ is a measure of the likelihood of a random phenomenon or chance behavior occurring.
Probability describes the _ with which a certain outcome will occur in situations with shortterm uncertainty.
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Initial Public Offering (IPO)
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OPRE 6301-503 Quant Intro to Risk and Uncertainties in Business
Professor: Dr. Avanti Sethi
Office: JSOM 3.212
Phone: 972-883-5816 (Please do not leave a message)
e-mail: See below
Office Hours: Tue, Thu 3:00 3:45; Wed 12:00 12:45; Fri 5:30 6:45, or by ap
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COURSE SYLLABUS
Course Information
Course Number: MATH 1342
Course Title: Elementary Statistical Methods
Course Description: Collection, analysis, presentation and interpretation of data, and probability.
Analysis includes descriptive stati
MATH 1342
Elementary Statistical Methods
Lab Ch.7 Normal Distribution
Name _
Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Empirical/Quantitative Skills
Grading using The Curve
When grading using the curve, the percentages are as follows:
A: Top 10% of scores
MATH 1342
Elementary Statistical Methods
Lab Ch.5 Probability
Name _
Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Empirical/Quantitative Skills
The following is the number of each color of M&M found in a sample bag of 280 M&Ms.
Red
39
Orange
58
Yellow
55
Gree
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Lab 2 Assignment Spring 2016
Use single spacing and 11 point Ariel font.
United flight 15 from New Yorks JFK to San Francisco uses a Boeing 757-200 with 182 seats.
Because some people with reservations dont show up, United can overbook by