QUESTIONS FROM: Applied Regression Analysis and Other Multivariate
Methods (4th ed) by Kleinbaum, Kupper and Muller
KEY OF HW#3
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Students need to use JMP to ANSWER the related questions asked in Q8.7
Summary of Fit
RSquare
RSquare Adj
Root Mean S
Statistics 302
Dr. Alexandre BouchardCt
o e
Fall 2014
Midterm
10/22/2014
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The exam is closed book, with 5 questions on 13 pages (includi
Question 1 [Trueorfalse Questions: 8 marks]
11.
When the standard deviation of a statistic is estimated from data, the result is called the
. True
Nonlinear relationships between two quantitative variables can sometimes
be changed into linear relations
Statistics 302 Practice Midterm Exam 1B
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THE
HUMAN
VOICE
A presentation by:
Jenevieve Lontoc
BSAIV
Contents:
I. Overview of the Report
II. Introduction to Human Voice
III.Process of human
sound/voice
IV.Physiology of Human Voice
V. Terminologies
VI.Voice Disorders
The human voice is composed of
Filipinos are using social media platforms 53 hours a week.
Thats a whole 11 hours more than the global average of 42
hours!
In a global study called Wave7, Filipinos are using social media
to primarily connect with their families living overseas. As of
t
Statistics 302 Homework 3 Solutions
1. (2 marks) Fitting the regression model with total income (totalInc) as the
response and community population (population) as the explanatory variables
we obtain the following summary of the t (1 mark for something si
Statistics 302 Homework 5 Solutions
This homework is out of a total of 30 marks.
1. Chapter 17 problem 2 (13 marks)
(a) (2 marks 1/2 for getting each of the df, SS, MS and F correct) The
ANOVA table is
Source df SS
MS
F
City
2 26.00 13.00 4.87
Error
6 16.
Statistics 302 Homework 1
Solutions
Ch. 3, #3 (2 marks)
a) You should look this up in the statistical tables at the back of the book. For
Z N (0, 1), we nd P (Z 1) = 1 P (Z < 1) = 1 0.1587 = 0.8413.
b) At the resolution of the table in the book we nd a va
Statistics 302 Homework 2 Solutions
Chapter 8, #6 (6 marks)
a) (4 marks) The sum of squares model is SSYSSE=1835.93 (1 mark) on 3
degrees of freedom (1 mark). The ANOVA table is as follows (1 mark each for
correct MSM, MSE and F):
Source
df Sum of Square
Statistics 302 Practice Midterm Exam 1B Solutions
1. (1 mark) True or false: Statistical signicance is the same as practical signicance.
Solution: False
2. (1 mark) Briey, what is a pvalue?
Solution: Something like: The chance of seeing a statistic as or
Statistics 302 Practice Midterm Exam 1A
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answers in an exam booklet. You may write in pen or pencil, but must write in pen if
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Week 1 Tuesday Hr 2 (Review 1)
 Samples and Populations
 Descriptive and Inferential Statistics
 Normal and T distributions
One of the primary goals of statistics is to make statistical
inferences on of a population. A population is a blanket term
for
Today's Agenda
Hour 1
Correlation vs association,
Pearsons R,
nonlinearity,
Spearman rank correlation,
Hour 2
(Pearson) Correlation and regression.
Hypothesis testing for correlation and regression
Correlation and regression
Regression is used to further
Agenda for Week 1, Hr 3 (Thursday, Jan 7)
 Binomial and FDistribution distributions
 Hypothesis Testing
 Confidence Intervals
The normal and Tdistributions are continuous in the sense
that Zscores and Tscores, and the means can take on any
value; t
Stat 302, Assignment 2, Due Thursday February 18, 2016 at 4:30pm
There are _ multipart questions and a set of questions based on 5 pages of reading.
Please see the Stats Workshop for help, or see me in office hours (Tue 12, Thur 3:304:30), or email
me
Stat 302, Assignment 1, Due Thursday January 28, 2016 at 4:30pm
(This due date overrides the syllabus due date of Jan 26).
There are six multipart questions and a set of questions based on 11 pages of reading.
Please see the Stats Workshop for help, or s
Statistics 302 Final Exam
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Statistics 302 Midterm 2
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Statistics 302 Midterm Exam 1 Solutions
1. (1 marks) Briey dene the sampling distribution of a statistic.
Solution: Something like The distribution of the statistic over repeated samples
of data.
2. (1 mark) What theorem tells us that the sampling distrib
Today's Agenda
Hour 1
Correlation vs association,
Pearsons R,
nonlinearity,
Spearman rank correlation,
Hour 2
Hypothesis testing for correlation
(Pearson) Correlation and regression.
Correlation vs association
Association refers to any sort of trend betw
Statistics 302: Analysis of Experimental and
Observational Data
Review of Introductory Statistics
Instructor: Brad McNeney
Statistics and Actuarial Science, Simon Fraser University
Observational Units and Data Types
I
The observational unit is the people,
Stat 302 1601 PRACTICE FINAL KEY
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Student Number _
You have exactly 180 minutes to complete this exam.
This practice test has 10 pages including this one.
Only nonprogrammable calculators are allowed for electronics.
That means no graphing
Chapter 3
The Courts:

Criminal and civil functions
Trial and appellate functions
Federal Courts
Provincial Courts
Administrative Tribunals
Process of Civil Litigation:

Civil Trial action for compensation
Pleadings : plaintiff Writ of summons Statement
Chapter 4 Intentional torts
Tort:

when an intentional or careless act harms another
Injured party usually sues for monetary compensation
Assault and Battery:
Assault:

Threat of violence is enough to constitute assault
Battery:

Physical contact is ma
Ch 11
Agent:
 acts behalf on principal to create a contract between the principal and the 3 rd party
 Contractual relationship between principal3rd party is separate from principalagent
Principal Agent Relationship formation:

By contract
Gratuitousl
Ch 6 Formation of Contracts
Five essential requirements:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Consensus
Consideration
Capacity
Legality of purpose
Intention to be legally bound
Evidence in writing (not always applicable)
Definitions:
Parol/simple contract:
contract that is
Chapter 2
Civil Law:  Roman no use of precedents

The code determines the principle to be applied. Precedents do not effect civil law jurisdiction.
Traced to origins of Emperor Justinian, for roman law
Used in Europe and most developing countries
Quebec
Statistics 302: Analysis of Observational and
Experimental Data
Introduction to OneWay ANOVA
Instructor: Brad McNeney
Statistics and Actuarial Science, Simon Fraser University
OneWay ANOVA
Regression when there is only one explanatory variable that is
c
Chapter 6
Brad McNeney
20170402
Load packages
library(Stat2Data)
library(dplyr)
library(ggplot2)
library(broom)
data(PigFeed)
Twoway ANOVA
Twoway ANOVA
When there is a quantitative response and two factors (treatments)
we have twoway ANOVA.
I As in o
Statistics 302 Final Exam Solutions
1. (1 mark) Which of the following summary statistics measure the centre of a
distribution: SD, IQR, Median, range.
Solution: Median
2. (1 mark) Briefly, define the sampling distribution of a statistic.
Solution: The di