HW #1- Frequency Distributions
Due 7/9 (Sunday) at 11:59pm CST
HW1-CH01 and CH02
*Please type in your answer and submit HW1 through Blackboard to earn credits based on the
submission policy in the syllabus. We really dont accept any late work or wrong sub
HW #2- Measures of Central Tendency and Variability
Due Sunday (7/16) at 11:59pm CDT
Please study Ch3 to Ch4 to finish this homework assignment. You can find out the answers in
textbook practice and weekly materials in Blackboard. You can also use Excel (
HW #3- The Normal Distribution and Z scores
Due Sunday (7/23) at 11:59pm CST
Please study Ch6 to finish this homework assignment, and you can practice the Chapter Exercise
on Page 201-205. You can find out useful tips from this practice and weekly materia
Lecture Notes
CH06: The Normal Distribution
By the end of this week, you should be able to
Recognizing FCTUAL KNOWLEDGE of the importance and the use of the
normal distribution in Statistics
Describing the properties of the normal distribution
Transformi
Homework Assignment #5 (due by 11:59pm CST on Sunday, July 23rd)
Please study Ch8 & Ch9 to finish this homework assignment. You can find out more guidance
and answers in textbook Chapter Exercises and weekly materials on BlackBoard. Also, please
familiar
HW #1- Frequency Distributions
Due 7/9 (Sunday) at 11:59pm CST
HW1-CH01 and CH02
*Please type in your answer and submit HW1 through Blackboard to earn credits based on the
submission policy in the syllabus. We really dont accept any late work or wrong sub
Lecture Notes
CH03: Graphic Presentation
By the end of this week, you should be able to
Constructing and interpreting a pie chart, bar graph, histogram, line graph, and
time-series chart
Analyzing and interpreting FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES of charts and gra
Lecture Notes
CH04: Measures of Central Tendency
By the end of this week, you should be able to
Defining all measures of central tendency FACTUAL KNOWLEDGE,
explaining their differences, relative strengths and weaknesses
Determining the mode in a given
Lecture Notes
CH02: Organization of Information
You should be able to
Understanding factual knowledge how to construct and analyze frequency,
percentage, and cumulative distributions
Understanding how to calculate proportions and percentages
Recognizing t
Lecture Notes
CH01: The What and the Why of Statistics
You should be able to
Learn factual knowledge how statistics fit into the research process
Identifying and distinguishing between independent and dependent variables
Identifying and distinguishing be
1411 Exam 3 Practice Problems
1. Convert 562 mm Hg to atm and torr.
2. The atmospheric pressure at the summit of Mt. McKinley is 606
mmHg on a certain day. What is the pressure in atm and in kPa?
3. A gas occupying a volume of 725mL at a pressure of 0.970
Exam 1 Practice Problems
1.
Give an example for each of the following terms: a) matter b)
substance c) mixture.
2. Give an example of a homogenous mixture and an example of a
heterogenous mixture.
3. Give the names of the elements represented by the chemi
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function.
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Math 1314
Honors Assignment
Fall 2014
1) Find all three cube roots of 8.
(a) Set up the equation to find the roots.
(b) Solve it. (hint: the solution will require a combination of factoring and completing the square).
(c) Plot all three solutions in the c
MATH 1314 College Algebra
Frank Phillips College
General Course Information
Credit Hours: 3
General Education Core Curriculum Course
Prerequisite
Completion of MATH 0303 with a grade of C or better or placement by an approved TSI
test.
Course Description
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