Statistical Methods for Statisticians and Actuaries
STAT 3355

Fall 2015
HOMEWORK
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Wenn
PART I
Find the means and standard deviations for each variable.
Mean
CIG
BLAD
LUNG
KID
LEUK
24.91409
4.121136
19.653182
2.794545
6.829773
Standard Deviation
CIG
5.573286
BLAD
0.9649249
LUNG
4.228122
KID
0.5190799
LEUK
0.6382589
Wh
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Laura Champe 1
STAT 3355
STAT3355 Homework 1
1.
Find the means and standard deviations for each variable.
CIG:
Mean: 24.91409
S.D.:
5.573286
R Code:
cigarette = smoking[,"CIG"]
mean.cig = mean(cigarette)
sd.cig = sd(cigarette)
mean.cig
sd.cig
BLAD:
Mean:
sum() is a numeric vector, then the result will be the sum of its elements, but if the
argument is a logical vector, then the result will be the number of TRUE elements.
Also, the plot function will produce an ordinary scatterplot if its x,y arguments are
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#The data are per capita numbers of cigarettes smoked (sold) by 43 states and
#the District of Columbia in 1960 together with death rates per thouusand
#population from various forms of cancer.
#
#Variables:
#CIG = Number of cigarettes smoked (hds per cap
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Statistical Methods for Statisticians and Actuaries
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arge Sample Estimation of a Population Proportion
Suppose we randomly select n individuals from the population of voters and let N denote the
proportion in the sample who favor a particular candidate. Then
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The value of this estimate d
Statistical Methods for Statisticians and Actuaries
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Homework 2
Due date: October 27, 2015.
1. Use the data in
http:/www.utdallas.edu/~ammann/stat3355scripts/BirthwtSmoke.csv
a.Construct a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of mothers who smoke.
b.What sample size would be required to estimate this
Statistical Methods for Statisticians and Actuaries
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Spring 2016
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106 111 S.Pilot
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64
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66
82
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62
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87
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71
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85
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Statistical Methods for Statisticians and Actuaries
STAT 3355

Fall 2015
Ubaka Osamor
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The tools acquired thus far allow us to make even more powerful
inferences about populations. An example of this is making statistical
decisions. This process involves formulating a hypothesis about a given
issue and t
Statistical Methods for Statisticians and Actuaries
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PART 1:
This data come from experiment of 10 boys wore shoes with different material, A and B, on the soles of their left and
right shoes, respectively, for one month after which the amount of wear for each sole was measured.
1. Determine if there is a di
Statistical Methods for Statisticians and Actuaries
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HOMEWORK 3
PART I
1. Does this plant have a high mean score at the 5% level of significance?
a. The null hypothesis is that u<=75 then the test statistic value is 1.389 which is less than
the critical value calculated with 5% level of significance, 1.645.
Statistical Methods for Statisticians and Actuaries
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Fall 2015
HOMEWORK 2
PART I
1. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of mothers who smoke.
Lower bound = 0.3674185
Upper bound = 0.4221411
This means that we are 95% sure that the proportion of mothers who smoke is within
this interval
2. What samp
1. The procedure of using sample data to find the estimated regression equation is better known as
_.
a. point estimation
b. interval estimation
c. the least squares method
d. extrapolation
Answer: C
2. Which of the following inferences can be drawn from
Least squares criterion
Find a, b, that minimize Sum ei`2(from i=1 to n) = Sum (yiyi)`2(from i=1 to n)=
Sum (yiabxi)`2(from i=1 to n)
b= delta y/ delta x r
a=ymeanbxmean
Homework 5, due Feb 24
1. Given observations (x1 , y1 ), . . . , (xn , yn ), we fit the simple linear regression (SLR) model yi = 0 + 1 xi + i where i is i.i.d. N (0, 2 ). De)T
(
1 1 . 1
, Y = (y1 , y2 , . . . , yn )T , = (0 , 1 )T and
fine X =
x1 x2 . .
Population: Ux=1/N sum(from i=1, N) Xi
Ux: population mean
Population Variance= 1/N sum(from i=1, N)(XiUx)`2=@`2
/Variance= @=population standard deviation
Sample: x(mean) =1/n sum(fromi=1, n)Xi sample mean
Trangle`2=1/(n1)sum(from i=1, n)(xix mean)`2
state
AL
AZ
AR
CA
CT
DE
DC
FL
ID
IL
IN
IO
KS
KY
LA
ME
MD
MA
MI
MN
MS
MO
MT
NB
NE
NJ
NM
NY
ND
OH
OK
PE
RI
SC
SD
TE
TX
UT
VT
WA
WI
WV
WY
AK
cig
blad
18.2
25.82
18.24
28.6
31.1
33.6
40.46
28.27
20.1
27.91
26.18
22.12
21.84
23.44
21.58
28.92
25.91
26.92
24.96
Stat 3355
Statistical Methods for Statisticians and Actuaries
The notes and scripts included here are copyrighted by their author, Larry P. Ammann,
and are intended for the use of students currently registered for Stat 3355. They may not
be copied or used
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