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Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties and
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Federal Judicial Center
International Litigation Guide
Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties and
Letters Rogatory: A Guide for
Statistics 262
Chapter 6.1 - 6.2 Review
Find the indicated area under the standard normal curve. Sketch the normal curve and
shade the area that you are looking for. Use the table to find the probability.
1. Totheleftofz=1.54 2. Totheleftofz= 0.25
p(z<I.s
Introduction
I have chosen is a statistical analysis of Huggies Diaper. Down below I have 10 different stores
with the prices on the side. I will determine on how many diapers my nieces wear per day
Description
As you can see Walgreens is the most expensi
Georgia
Virginia
South Carolina
North Carolina
Texas
New York
W. VA
Nevada
California
Washington
42,000
40,000
42000
40,000
41,000
Mean
45000
43,000
Standard E 1993.043
45,000
Median
43000
Police
with
BS BS
Degree
Salaries
Police
with
Degree
Salaries
39,0
1. In the criminal justice world, every officer is paid differently. Mostly is because of the
degree that you hold. In this section I choose to find the mean of the police salary with
BS degree in 10 different states.
Georgia 42k
Virginia 40k
South Car
Running Head: Fastest Marathon Runners
1
Fastest Marathon Runners
2
Introduction
I have chosen the 10 fastest marathon runners and their times, however I converted the hours into
minutes in order to better calculate the confidence interval results. In thi
Introduction
In the criminal justice world, every officer is paid differently. Mostly is because of the degree that you
hold. In this section I choose to find the mean of the police salary with BS degree in 10 different states.
Description
You can see the
The mean batting average for two first basemen over their last 10 games comparison
Freddie Freeman
Date
Batting Average
Sep. 21
0.303
Sep. 22
0.303
Sep. 23
0.303
Sep. 24
0.305
Sep. 27
0.307
Sep. 28
0.308
Sep. 29
0.306
Sep. 30
0.304
Oct. 1
0.304
Oct. 2
0.3
Stats according to the year of the race
Simple linear regression results:
Dependent Variable: time
Independent Variable: year
time = 183.51284 - 0.029864865 year
Sample size: 10
R (correlation coefficient) = -0.1733231
R-sq = 0.030040896
Estimate of error
Discussion board
Mean =
Median =
Mode =
Variance =
Standard Deviation
Max =
Min =
Range
50.150
53.5
58
128.797
11.349
67
20
47
Level of confidence
Alpha value
Sample size
90%
0.10
40
Z-critical value (1-tail)
Z-critical value (2-tail)
1.282
1.645
T-critic
TOPIC: What is the mean number of games won since creation of the Spurs?
Mean =
Median =
Mode =
Variance =
Standard Deviation
Max =
Min =
Range
50.15
53.5
58
125.5775
11.2061
67
20
47
Wins
44
52
48
41
52
48
53
37
41
35
28
31
21
56
55
47
49
55
62
59
20
56
TOPIC: What is the mean number of games won since creation of the Spurs?
Mean =
Median =
Mode =
Variance =
Standard Deviation
Max =
Min =
Range
50.15
53.5
58
125.5775
11.2061
67
20
47
Wins
44
52
48
41
52
48
53
37
41
35
28
31
21
56
55
47
49
55
62
59
20
56
Unit 3 Discussion
TOPIC: What is the mean number of
games won since creation of the
Spurs?
Data from Unit 2s discussion:
Date of Drawing
1976-77
77-78
78-79
79-80
80-81
81-82
82-83
83-84
84-85
85-86
86-87
87-88
88-89
89-90
90-91
91-92
92-93
93-94
94-95
95
San Antonio Spurs Wins
Enrique R Garza
Math140
ECPI University
Historical Data of Games Won
For this project I wanted to take a look at the wins over the entire career of the San Antonio
Spurs. I wanted to find the mean. I predicted it to be at 48. Over t
Unit 5 Assignment
1. Determine whether the given order pair is a solution of the system of equations. Remember to
use alphabetical ordered variables.
(7, 4); 8x y = 60
9x 8y = 31
Given (7, 4) so x =7 and y = 4
Lets look at the first equation 8x y = 60 rep
Unit 4 Assgingnment 2
1. Solve
5 y + 8=8
(
Square both sides
5 y + 8 =8
5y + 8 = 64
Subtract 8 from both sides
5y = 56 Divide both sides by 5
56
5
Y=
2. Solve
5 x +2=13
5 x=11
Subtract 2 from both sides
Square both sides
( 5 x )=11
5 x=121
x=
Divide b
Unit 4 Assignment 1
1. Find all the square roots of 81
81
2.
3. -
= 9, -9 (make sure to put the positive and negative)
289
= 17
16
=-4
4. Simplify the radical
64
9
3 27
5.
64 = 8
9 3
=
= -3
6. Identify the radicand and the index
p 3+ 8
8
3
p +8
Radica
Unit 3 Assignment 2
Rules for logarithms
log x ( MN ) =log x M +log x N
log x ( M / N )=log x M log x N
log M ( x )=2 log M x
log x ( x )=2
log e ( e18 ) =18
1. Express as a sum of logarithms.
log 3 ( 3225 ) =log 3 32+log 3 25
2. Express as a single logar
Unit 2 Assignment 2
1. Find any real numbers for which the rational expression is undefined.
x3
x +8
The denominator can not equal 0
x+ 8 0
x 8
subtract 8 from both sides
2. List all numbers for which each rational expression is undefined.
w1
5 w5
The den
Unit 3 Assignment 1
1. Graph the equation on paper, and then choose the correct graph
y = f(x) =
x
2
X
y=2
x
(x, y)
0
20=1
(0,1)
1
2 =2
(1,2)
1
2
2
2
=4
(2, 4)
I chose values for x and replace them in equation to find y. Now that I have ordered pairs, I c
Unit 1 Assignment 2
1.
For the polynomial, -8
x 4 +8 x 39 x 2+2 x4, complete the following table.
Term
-8 x
8
4
x3
-9 x
2
Coefficient
Degree of the term
-8
4
8
3
-9
2
Degree of
Polynomial
4
2x
2
1
-4
-4
0
Note the coefficient is the number in front of the
Unit 2 Assignment 1
1
Factor. Check by multiplying
2x + 2x 18 Looking at the coefficients all are factors of 2 so 2 is the GCF(greatest common
factor)
2(x + x 9)
2
Factor
12s + 3s
3s(4s + 1)
The GCF is 3s
3
Factor. Remember to use the largest common facto
Unit 1 Assignment 1
1. Identify the base and the exponent
9
5x
For this type of problem 5 is the coefficient, x is the base and 9 is the exponent
2. Multiply and simplify
7
p p
7
Remember you have to add the exponents 7+7 = 14
14
p
7
3
6
3
3. ( a b (a b )
My topic is the probability of high-speed collisions among young drivers between the ages of 16
and 20 at certain speeds.
Graph
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
My third point seems to be right one track because by the data the faster
I choose to do my discussions on probability of high-speed collisions among young drivers
between the ages of 16 and 20 at certain speeds.
Speed
Percentage
60 MPH
1%
60
65 MPH
2%
50
70 MPH
4%
40
72 MPH
11%
30
80 MPH
32%
85 MPH
56%
Graph
20
10
0
71
72
73
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