Kaisa Anderson
Weston
Activity 11
12/08/16
Weight vs Grade: In the first box the two variables being compared are the grade (age) and the weight of
the student. The relationship between the two variables is that as a person becomes older, they gain
weight
Paper Airplane Project Summary
Paragraph one - State your research question and response variable. Answer your research
question, backing it up with data from your experiment.
Researchquestion:PaperType.Whenconstructingpaperairplanestotestflight
distance,
Chapter 3 project: Samples, population, and Z-scores
This is an individual project type your answers on this sheet and submit on
Canvas. DUE Tuesday 2/7 by midnight
Use this set of 40 exam scores:
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86
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71
77
90
86
66
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80
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Written Questions for Chap 5 and 6 Quiz
Type up your responses (here or on another sheet), and submit on Canvas. DUE Fri 2/24
Most parts are worth 2 points each. (total is 40 pts)
1. The following table gives the number (in millions) of men and women over
Project 7: Confidence Intervals and M&Ms
Project with data sharing via a group discussion page DUE Friday 3/10 submit on Canvas.
2. Treat your bag of M&M's as a simple random sample.
a. Count the number of orange M&M's and the total of M&M's in your bag.
Written part Quiz questions for Chap 7 and 8
DUE Fri 3/3
Each part is worth 2 points, submit your work (just write onto this page) on
Canvas
1. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a test required for admission to many U.S. graduate
schools. Students'
1. (3 pts) A group of 824 statistics students enrolled at a private 4-year university were asked to write
down a random integer between 1 and 20. Very few people chose the number 1 (less than 1%) The
most common numbers were 7 (10%), 13 (11%), and 17 (13%
Project 4 Playing around with the Linear Correlation Coefficient
This is an individual project. Type your answers into this sheet, and submit on
Canvas. DUE Friday 2/10 by midnight.
In the course home page in MyStatLab, click student activity workbook on
Project 6: Exploring a Binomial Experiment on left-handedness
This is a group project with an individual page to submit and a group discussion. First
discussion post due Fri 2/24. Submission and discussion completion DUE Tue 2/28 (Written
part worth 15 po
Project 8: Hypothesis Testing with Skittles
Individual project with a whole class discussion. Written part worth 15 pts, discussion post worth 5 pts.
DUE Friday 3/17
Skittles Brand candies come in red, orange, yellow, green, and purple (violet). It is wel
Quiz questions for Chap 3 and 4 Written Part
Put your answers on this sheet, youll submit this sheet on Canvas in the Quiz 3/4
written part submission DUE Fri 2/10
1. (3 pts) The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) a test required for admission to many US
g
Quiz questions for Chap 3 and 4 Written Part
Put your answers on this sheet, youll submit this sheet on Canvas in the Quiz 3/4
written part submission DUE Fri 2/10
1. (3 pts) The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) a test required for admission to many US
g
Written Questions for Chap 5 and 6 Quiz
Type up your responses (here or on another sheet), and submit on Canvas. DUE Fri 2/24
Most parts are worth 2 points each. (total is 40 pts)
1. The following table gives the number (in millions) of men and women over
Formal Assignment 1: The Annotated Bibliography
Its impossible to do research without sources, and its time to start thinking about your various sources.
Attached is a handout from the University of Toronto on compiling an annotated bibliography. Use this
The variable I chose was the amount of hours worked.
The first histogram is a good representation of the data because there is a lot of information for the
number of hours people work weekly, the bars are still visible and readable. Readability was a conc
Guided Notes for Chapter 6
In this chapter well put together making a frequency table and computing probabilities.
Section 6.1
Random variable (p. 316)
Discrete random variable (p. 316)
Continuous random variable (p. 316)
Probability distribution (p. 317)
Guided Notes for Chapter 3.
Section 3.1
Population arithmetic mean (p. 118) Symbol is:
Sample arithmetic mean (p. 118) Symbol is:
Mean (p. 118) - describe how to calculate it, by hand and with technology:
Median (p. 120) - Describe how to calculate it wit
Guided Notes for Chapter 7
Section 7.1
*Well look at Density Curves, where we can think of the Area of a region as the Probability of that result. *
Uniform probability distribution (p. 356)
Probability density function (p. 356) has these two properties:
Guided Notes for Chapter 5
Welcome to the chapter on Probability! As you move through the chapter, keep in mind that out human intuition
about how probability works is often wrong! Stick closely to the formulas in the chapter, and be patient with yourself
In mathematics, the Pythagorean theorem, also known as Pythagoras's theorem, is a fundamental
relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle. It states that the square of
the hypotenuse (the side opposite the right angle) is equa
Bus 203
Homework Assignments
Chapter 1
Complete Exercises 1, 2 and 4 (pages 11 12)
Complete Exercises 5, 6, & 7 (page 14)
Complete Exercise 20 (page 16)
The Real Estate Data for Goodyear, Arizona is found in Appendix A in the back of the
book.
Merriam-Web
Here are short videos that cover the course material in a different voice and with different
examples from the textbook or my lectures.
Sometimes clicking on the link will work, sometimes you have to use Ctrl (the control key) and
click the left mouse, an
BUS 203 - Business Descriptive Statistics
Winter 2017, Online, 3 Credit Hours
Syllabus
Students who have not posted their Ice Breaker to Discussion Board by
the end of the third day will be dropped from the class. This is a
Financial Aid requirement.
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