Chapter 10
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Contents
In this module you will cover
Chi Square tests
Goodness of fit,
Test of independence
ANOVA
One Sample ANOVA
2
Goodness of Fit
Chi-Square Test: is used to test whether a frequency distribution fits
an expected distribution
There
Chapter 2
Descriptive Statistics
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Contents
In this module we will cover Descriptive
Statistics: collection, organization and
description of data.
Graphing
Central Tendency: Mean, Median, Mode
Dispersion: Range, Standard Deviation
Grouped data: Frequ
Introduction to Correlation and
Regression
Chapter 9
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Correlation & Regression
Correlation: a study of a relationship between two variables (x,y) with the following
objectives
To find the nature of the relationship (linear or non-linear, positive or nega
Chapter 3
Probability and Probability
Distributions
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Contents
In this module we will cover
Different types of Probability and probability
distributions
Conditional Probability and Multiplication Rule
Addition Rule
Counting Principles
2
Probability:
Chapter 6
Confidence Intervals
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CONTENTS
In this module you will cover
Confidence Intervals
large samples
small samples
proportions
2
Confidence Intervals
You want to estimate a population mean.
First you would take a random sample and find the samp
Chapter 5
Normal Distribution
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CONTENTS
In this module you will cover
Continuous Probability Distribution
Normal and Standard Normal Distribution
Normal Approximation of Binomial Distribution
2
Continuous Prob Distribution
The most commonly used Cont
Chapter 7
Hypothesis Testing
1
Contents
In this module you will cover
One Sample Hypothesis Tests
Large sample
Small Sample
Proportions
Standard Deviation
2
Basics
This applies to all Sections on
Hypothesis testing
3
Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis Testin
Chapter 8
Hypothesis Testing
1
Contents
In this module you will cover
Two Samples Hypothesis Tests
Large Independent Samples
Small Independent Samples
Dependent Samples
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2 Sample Testing: Independent Samples
Dependant vs Independent Samples: Two sam
Chapter 4
Discrete Probability Distributions
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Probability Distribution
Random Variable ( x) represents a numerical value associated with each outcome of a
probibility experiment. The random variable could be Discrete or Continuous.
Discrete (Countable)
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Chem 420 Unit 01 (Homework 1)
Name:_
Organic Structures (5 points)
Lab Day/Time:_
1. Circle the structures below that have a zero formal charge on their central atom.
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H N H
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H O H
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2. Convert each of the condensed
(c) Calculate the 30thth and 90th percentiles.
STA 100 SSII 2016
Homework 1 - Due Monday, August 8th
(d) Between what two values lies the middle 50% of the
data?
Book Homework
6. A random sample of 100 students was taken, and the
number of times a week th
STA 100 SSII 2016
Homework 2 - Due Monday, August 15th
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5. Over 9 months, a random sample of 100 women were
asked to record their average menstrual cycle length (in
days). The sample average was 28.86 days, with a sample
standard deviation of 4.24 days.
I was born and raised in Lugansk, Ukraine, Northeast of Crimea. When I was five years
old, I was diagnosed with an eye condition called bacterial conjunctivitis; an inflammatory pink
eye. My eyes were constantly red, burned, and itched with intense irrita
Guidelines for writing your personal statement (prompt 1 and 2)
This outline is intended for California Community College students who
intend to apply for transfer admission to UC, Berkeley and other UC
schools. This should not be used in place of academi
From a very early age, I was encouraged to play a musical instrument because my parents
told me that they never had the opportunity to learn. Self-taught and disciplined, I learned to play
the guitar which later became useful because I was able to take an
c3
Student: _
1. One difference between the playwright in Shakespeare's time and the contemporary
playwright is that
A. the playwright no longer functions as a director but is now considered an independent
artist.
B. the playwright no longer functions as
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Student: _
1. From a practical standpoint, theatre may be considered a conservative institution
because it conserves
A. a unified ideology and political point of view.
B. the history and conventional way of working as a theatre.
C. the pro-government
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Student: _
1. Is musical theatre a form of antirealist theatre similar to expressionism and theatre of
the absurd?
A. Yes, because major writers of musicals produced impassioned manifestos in their
program notes.
B. No, because musical theatre, while s
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Student: _
1. Realist theatre
A. has had a lasting effect on modern theatre.
B. is actually quite non-realistic: it calls for a symbolic representation of reality that
conveys the feeling of reality more precisely.
C. was short-lived as a movement.
D.
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Student: _
1. The term mimesis means
A. "mimicry."
B. "costume."
C. "falseness."
D. "problem."
2. What are the two fundamental notions of acting?
A. spoken and declaimed
B. physical prowess and strength of voice
C. representational and presentational
D
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Student: _
1. What is a play?
A. a story in dialogue form written in a book
B. a single oral performance of a story
C. an action focused around a particular conflict, which gives the action significance
D. a performance on a stage using live actors and
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Student: _
1. Which of the following tasks belong to the director?
A. arranging the financial backing to perform the play
B. arranging for the style of the scenery and props
C. hiring the producer
D. conceptualizing the play and giving it vision and pu
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Student: _
1. A play's final repository is
A. the stage, in a living performance.
B. the promptbook, containing record of the script's words and play's movements
C. the minds and memories of its audiences.
D. the critical record of the play's performa
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Student: _
1. Historically, traditional drama began when
A. spoken drama was introduced into shamanistic rites.
B. rituals began to use theatrical elements like costumes and properties.
C. whole tribes of audiences began to gather to hear storytellers
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Student: _
1. The order and process of developing a design for a play could be summarized by the
following steps:
A. reading the play, researching, imagining, creating a physical presentation,
collaborating, approving for the budget, ensuring viability