2.3 Organizing Quantitative Data
V) Grouping into classes
Single value grouping: group quantitative data in which each class (single-value class)
represents a single possible values.
Example1: The following data set gives us the number of TV sets in 15 ra
For the provided sample meanI sample size, and population standard deviation, complete parts (a) through (c) below. Assume that x is nonnally distributed.
i=24,n=16, 5:6
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The probability is 0.
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Mry is sampling often preferable to conducting a census for the purpose of obtaining information about e population?
Shoovse the correct answer below.
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According to a recent publication, the mean price of new mobile homes is $62,300. Assume a standard deviation of $7000. Let it denote the mean price of a sample
new mobile homes.
a. For samsz of size 50. nd the mean and standard deviation of )_(. Interpre
The data in the table represent the ages ofthe winners of an award for the past ve years. Use the data to answer questions (a) through to.
a. Determine the population mean age. p, at the ve winners.
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Professor Lebmon
English CN
20 October 2015
Expository essay
A question that the average person asks at least once in their life is how to change a flat tire?
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Kate Chopins short stories usually are about women who are enslaved by gender roles
and double standards. In the stories we read The Storm, The Story of an Hour, and Desirees
Baby there are three women who are married Calixta, Louise, and Desiree. Out of
When estimating an unknewn parameter, what dees the margin eferrer indie-ate?
Cheese the eerreet answer belew.
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For the provided sample mean, sample size. and population standard deIlI'iationI complete parts [a] through (c) below. Assume that x is normally distributed.
i=24rn=16,o=6
b. Identify and interpret the margin of error.
The margin oferror is 2.94- .
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Part II
Descriptive Statistics
CHAPTER 2: Organizing Data
Section 2.1 Variables and Data
Variables: characteristic that varies from one person or thing to another
Data: Value of a variable.
Variable
Qualitative variables: Non-numerically
values variable.
CHAPTER I: The Nature of Statistics
Introduction:
Give some examples for statistics used in day-to-day-life?
Definition:
statistic(s) - facts or data, either numerical or non-numerical, organized and summarized
so as to provide useful and accessible infor
5.1 Probability Basics
Probability for equally likely outcomes
Suppose an experiment has N possible outcomes, all equally likely. An event that can occur in
probability f
N
f ways has
of occurring:
Probability of an event = f
N
Where = , =
Example 01:
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Chapter 3: Descriptive Measures
Introduction:
3.1 Measures of Center/measures of central tendency (indicates the center of the data set)
Mean
o The sum of the observations divided by the number of observations.
o Apply to quantitative data
Example 01: The
3.3 Chebyshevs Rule and the Empirical Rule
o
Chebyshevs rule
o
Empirical rule: For a symmetric (bell shaped) distribution
Example : Birth weights of females in the United States (full-term) have a bell-shaped distribution with
mean of 7.54 pounds and a st
3.2 Measures of variation (indicates the spread of the data set)
Two data sets can have the same mean, median, or mode and still differ in other respects.
To describe that difference quantitatively, we use a descriptive measure that indicates the amount o
5.4 Discrete Random variables and Probability distributions
(Related to variables and relative frequency distribution)
Random variables: A random variable is a quantitative variable whose values depend on chance.
Typically, we use capital letters towards
Although. in general, you unnot know 'la sampling distribulian uf'le sample mean axacy. by what dislribution can you often approximate it?
Choose the curred answer below.
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What is meant by saying that a statistical prooed ure is robust?
Choose the correct answer below.
it A. A statistilll procedure that works reasonably well even when one of its assumptions is violated is said to be robust.
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Happiness and Truth
Brave New World is full of characters that do everything they can to avoid facing
the truth about their own situations.
The broad and conventional use of a drug called soma is probably the most
omnipresent example of their extreme effo
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Whether its something easy or hard, the idea of quitting is present in the back of your head from the
moment you start anything. For some people quitting is too