Chapter 15BNonparametric Statistics
PROBLEM
1.
To investigate the effect of sleep on basal metabolism, seven students who
averaged seven or more hours of sleep a night (Group A), and five students who averaged
less than seven hours of sleep a night (Group
Chapter 2Describing Data with Numerical Measures
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
Which of the following is a meaningful measure of centre when the data
are qualitative?
a.
the mean
b.
the median
c.
the mode
d.
the quartile
ANS: C
BLM: Remember
2.
a.
b.
c.
d.
PTS:
1
RE
Chapter 5Several Useful Discrete Distributions
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a binomial problem?
There are n identical trials, and all trials
are independent.
Each trial has two possible outcomes,
which a
Chapter 3Describing Bivariate Data
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
Which of the following is NOT a measure of the linear relationship
between two variables?
a.
the covariance
b.
the correlation coefficient
c.
the variance
d.
the coefficient of determination
ANS: C
BLM
Chapter 1Describing Data with Graphs
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
Which of the following choices best describes the methods dealt with by
the branch of statistics called descriptive statistics?
a.
organizing and summarizing data
b.
quantifying and summarizing data
Chapter 4AProbability and Probability Distributions
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
What is the set of all simple events of an experiment called?
a compound event
a sample space
a population
a random sample
ANS: B
BLM: Remember
PTS: 1
REF: 131-132
TOP: 14
Chapter 11BThe Analysis of Variance
PROBLEM
Manufacturing Plant Machines
A mechanical engineer at a manufacturing plant keeps a close watch on the performance
and condition of the machines. The following data are the weight losses (in milligrams)
of certa
Chapter 12BLinear Regression and Correlation
PROBLEM
Blacktop
Let x be the area (in square metres) to be covered with blacktop, and let y be the time (in
minutes) it takes a construction crew to completely cover the area. The simple linear
regression mode
Chapter 13Multiple Regression Analysis
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
The adjusted multiple coefficient of determination is adjusted for which of
the following quantities?
a.
the number of regression parameters
including
b.
the number of dependent variables and the
s
Chapter 14Analysis of Categorical Data
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
The area to the right of a chi-square value is 0.05. Given this information,
for 9 degrees of freedom, what would be the table value?
a.
3.32511
b.
4.16816
c.
16.9190
d.
19.0228
ANS: C
PTS: 1
BLM:
Chapter 10BInference From Small Samples
PROBLEM
1.
Given a random variable that has a t distribution with the specified degrees
of freedom, in each of the following cases what percentage of the time will its value fall
in the indicated region?
a. 15 degre
Chapter 15ANonparametric Statistics
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
Which of the following correctly states the difference between parametric
and nonparametric statistical methods?
a.
Nonparametric tests do not make any
distributional assumptions throughout the
entire
Chapter 12ALinear Regression and Correlation
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
In a regression setting, which of the following is NOT an assumption
about the random error,?
a.
The errors are linearly correlated.
b.
The errors are normally distributed with a
mean of 0 an
Concentration of Fast Green and Pigmentation in Chloroplasts
Martha Bellia
ID: 20549037
Lab Partner: Lucy Li
TAs: Camerson McKnight, Jade Chan
Section 029
Course: BIOL130L
Room ESC 104, 9:30 am
Friday, September 24, 2014
Introduction
Spectroscopy is the p
Picture events, characters, or the setting in your mind. What do you see? Do not describe what is
happening, such as I see Pi in a boat. Use details to describe what you think Pi looks like, what the
boat looks like, what the ocean is like, etc.
I can pic
Imagine you are one of the characters in the book. Write a diary entry that reflects thoughts and feelings
about an event in the characters life.
August 16th, 1977
Dear Diary,
Recently I have been destressing from my events on the great Pacific. Many of t
Andrew Gaspar
St. Josephs High School
243 Cundles Road East
Barrie, Ontario, L4M 6L1
April, 22nd, 2017
Mr. Martel
1 Toronto Street, Suite 300
Toronto, Ontario, M5C 2V6
Dear Mr. Martel,
I have just finished your book, Life of Pi and have to say that the re
Ask questions. Then try to answer your own questions. Later you can write about whether you were
correct or not.
Why was Pis kitchen stocked with so much food?
After reading this novel I now know that Pi had a fear of dying from starvation even after bein
Predict what will happen in your book. What has happened already that makes you predict what you
do?
I predict that the protagonist, Pi will be stranded in the middle of an ocean with a tuger. I gathered this
knowledge from the cover page of the novel, wh
What would you do if you were one of the characters in the story?
If I were one of the characters in the story, Life of Pi I would most likely not survive. Now after saying this
I know that I need to explain this thoroughly. I would not survive because I
Is there something you disagree with? This could be something a character does or something about
the way the author writes or is telling the story. Why do you disagree?
Something that I disagree with in Life of Pi is the ending. I believe that Martel sho
What do you feel is the most important word in the book? What is the most important passage? Copy
it down and explain why it is important
The most important word in the book is survive this is because against all odds Pi fought for his own
life and surviv
Finish this idea: I love the way the author _. Be complete and give examples to support your
opinion.
I love the way the author gives the reader the choice of what ending they believe to be true. Martel
provides the reader an ending with animals and an en
What seems to be the major point the author wants you to remember? How is this point
demonstrated in the story?
The major point that the author wants me to remember has to be religion. Religion has been a
key concept since the beginning of the novel and h
Andrew Gaspar
St. Josephs High School
243 Cundles Road East
Barrie, Ontario, L4M 6L1
April, 22nd, 2017
Mr. Piscine Patel
34 Alexander Street
Toronto, Ontario, MR5 3L8
Dear Pi,
I have recently heard of your story from my night school English class, and I h
What is the main character like? What do other characters think or say about this character? Why do
they feel this way? How does your character treat other characters in the book? How does the
character change throughout the novel? Explain and give suppor
If the book has a villain, why was his or her punishment justified
The books villain is the cook and the hyena. This is because both of these characters made solely
of evil attackers others on the lifeboat leading to the mass deaths of three of the member
Chapter 10AInference From Small Samples
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
When finding a confidence interval for a population mean based on a
sample of size 8, which of the following assumptions is made?
a.
The population standard deviation, , is
known.
b.
The sampling
Chapter 11AThe Analysis of Variance
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Which of the following values may be analyzed using one-way ANOVA?
the difference between more than two
population means
the difference between two population
variances
the difference betw
CHAPTER 42Regulating the Internal Environment
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Which of the following results in osmolarity?
total solute plus solvent concentration in a
solution
total solute concentration in a solution
ratio of solvent to solute in a solut