Some extra exercises for your own practice:
To be done by hand and SAS
EXAMPLE 1: A clinical psychologist is investigating the effect of a new drug
combined with therapy on schizophrenic patients' beh
Assignment 3
1. The following data were collected on a sample random sample of 20
patients with hypertension. The mean arterial blood pressure (mm Hg)
depends on the patients age (years), weight (kg),
Assignment 2
1
When a meal is eaten, it must be digested to make the nutrients
available to the body. This digestion is the result of a coordinated
series of actions by the stomach, intestines, and ho
Syllabus for Biostatistics, Winter 2018
Course Information
Course number
STAT3010U 001
Course date
Monday, Jan 8, 2018 through Monday, April 6, 2018
UA 2240
UA 2240
Mon
Wed
2:10 pm 3:30 pm
2:10 pm 3:3
Assignment 1
1.)
Page 227 of text, Question 32. (Complete this question by
hand. Verify your results with SAS. Be sure to print off your
SAS code and output and highlight key values. State why this
ve
STAT2800: Lecture 15
CHAPTER 6: HYPOTHESIS TESTING
In Section 6.1, I described a method for testing a hypothesis about a
population mean, based on a large sample. Recall the null and
alternative hypot
194
REVIEW LECTURE
FINAL EXAM REVIEW
Example: The soil heat flux of eight plots covered with coal dust was reported.
With the following SAS output below, does it suggest that the mean heat flux
when c
STAT2800: Lecture 12
CHAPTER 5: CONFIDENCE INTERVALS
Large-Sample Confidence Intervals for a Population
Mean Contd (Section 5.1, page 323)
Recall: Last class, we took a look at the most common confide
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
STAT2800U: Statistics & Probability for Engineers
Course outline for Winter, 2018
1. Course Details & Important Dates*
Course Type CRN
Day
Lecture
70247
70248
T/R
T/R
Time
Location
STAT2800: Lecture 13
CHAPTER 5: CONFIDENCE INTERVALS
Small-Sample Confidence Intervals for a Population
Mean Contd (Section 5.3, page 344)
Recall: Last class we introduced the students t-distribution
Assignment 2
(Note: dont forget your therefore statements for this assignment)
Exercise 1 (16 marks)
The breaking strength X of a concrete slab has a density function
f ( x) Ae
x
100
dx
for breaking s
1
Assignment 4
Exercise 1 (18 marks)
The processing of raw coal involves washing, in which coal ash (nonorganic, incombustible material) is removed. The article Quantifying
Sampling Precision for Coal
Question 1: Score 0/1
Let X be a continuous random variable dened on R Then for any real numberx a
PifX < x) < PtX 5x) Incorrect
Your Answer: Tme
Correct Answer: False
mm: False P(sz) : P(X< x) + P(X:
Ql
1/1.0
In orderto be accepted rmo a prestigious Musical Amademy. applicants must score within the top 4% on the musioal audition Given that thistest has a mean or 1,600 and a standard @
dEvl
179
Lecture 21:
SAS!
Lets first start off with some basic data input with SAS. Open your SAS Stats
program.
SAS CODE: Line Pointers (columns)
data one;
input id x;
cards;
1
23
2
43
3
66
4
31
5
28
6
73
STAT3010: Lecture 5
Notation and Examples (Section 9.2, Page 413)
To make a decision of reject/do not reject the null hypothesis,
we simplify the test by the use of the ANOVA table. Here are
the formu
STAT3010: Lecture 10
TWO-WAY ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
Recall: Last lecture, we looked at the Two-way ANOVA based
on equal sample sizes in each cell, but what if we had unequal
sample sizes?
Two-way ANOVA
STAT3010 Lecture 1
Lecture 1:
REVIEW OF DISTRIBUTIONS
Continuous Distributions:
Definitions
A density function f (x) is used to describe (at least
approximately) the population or process distribution
STAT3010: Lecture 4
CHAPTER 9: ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) is one of the most widely used
statistical techniques for testing the equality of population
means. ANOVA is used to te
STAT3010: Lecture 3
REVIEW OF HPYOTHESIS TESTS-CONTD
Two Independent Populations (not equal variances)
Example: An experiment was conducted involving the comparison of the
mean heart rates following 3
STAT3010: Lecture 7
Repeated Measures Analysis of Variance (Section 9.6,
Page 436)
Repeated Measurements are measurements made on your
subjects over a particular time. The purpose of these repeated
me
STAT3010: Lecture 2
Lecture 2:
REVIEW OF DISTRIBUTIONS CONTD
DISCRETE DISTRIBUTIONS:
THE BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION
Definition
A population or process distribution for a discrete variable
mass function
p(x