STAT 2507 A
Assignment #2
(Chapters 4-5)
Fall 2016
Last Name _, First Name _
Student # _, Lab Section (IMPORTANT) _
DUE:
Tuesday November 1st, 2016
(to be handed in during the class)
Total: 100 marks
Part I. Lab Questions.
Do not include ANY Minitab code
STAT 2507
Assignment # 3 (Chapter 5) Winter 2013
Due in class or online: Sections D&E, March 12 ; Section F March 13.
Last Name - ,
First Name -
Student # Lab group:
Total of marks=100.
Part I. Lab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questio
STAT 2507
Last Name
Student #
Assignment # 3 (Chapter 5 and 6)
Due in class: November 3, 2014
,
,
Fall 2014
First Name
Lab Section #
Total of marks=100.
Part I. Lab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questions.
1. Suppose that X is a binomi
STAT 2507
Assignment # 5
Due: Thursday, December 2, 2014, in class
Last Name
First
Student Number
Lab Section (Important)
Total of marks=100. Marks for each question are given in [ ]
Part I. Minitab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questi
STAT 2507
Solution-Assignment # 3 (Chapter 6 and 7)
Total of marks=100
Winter 2014
Note: Some answers to lab part may vary from one student to another. For such cases, the answers
given here should serve as guidelines only as they correspond to one replic
STAT 2507
Solution Assignment # 5 (Chapter 9 and 10)
Total of marks=100.
Fall 2013
Part I. Lab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questions.
1. [Hypothesis testing for when is known] Imagine choosing n = 16 woman at random from
a large popu
STAT 2507
Solution-Lab Assignment # 3
Fall 2009
1. Suppose that X has a binomial distribution with n=25 and p=0.8. Use minitab to simulate 25 values of X . random 25 c1; binomial 25 0.8. (i) [2] How many of your values are less than 21? 18 (ii) [2] How ma
STAT 2507
Assignment # 4 (Chapter 8, 9 and 10)
Due in class: April 03
Winter 2014
Last Name - ,
First Name Student # , Lab Session (Important) ,
Total of marks=100.
Part I. Lab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questions. Provide all
histo
CHAPTER 2
Numerical Measures
Graphical method may not always be sucient for describing data. You can use the data to
calculate a set of numbers that will convey a good mental picture of the frequency distribution.
Numerical descriptive measures associated
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CUID
Version
Excel Skill Test Version A
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Rental Station ID
Plate
Make
Model
Year
Last Service
km Since Last Service needed?
Service
Airport
Airport
Airport
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Airport
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Note: all denitions are from your textbook
CHAPTER 1
z What is Statistics?
Statistics is a branch of mathematics that has applications in almost every facet of our daily
life. The discipline of statistics teaches us how to make intelligent judgments and i
STAT 2507 F - Introduction to Statistical Modeling - Winter 2014
Instructor: Dr. Masoud Nasari
Oce: HP 5250; Tel: 520-2600 Ext. 1983
Email: mmnasari@math.carleton.ca
Website: https:/www.carleton.ca/culearn/
Important information and updates will be posted
STAT 2507
Assignment # 4
Due: Wednesday, December 3, 2014, in class
Last Name
First
Student Number
Lab Section (Important)
Total of marks=100. Marks for each question are given in [ ]
Part I. Minitab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab quest
Self-Correcting Exercises 2A: Measures of Center
1.
Find the mean, median and mode of the following observations.
2, 5, 4, 6, 4, 3, 6, 7, 4, 3, 5
2.
a. Find the mean, median and mode of the following observations and compare their values.
5, 7, 3, 5, 6, 8
Self-Correcting Exercises 10A: Small Sample Test of a Population Mean
1.
A school administrator claimed that the average time spent on a school bus by those students in his district who
rode school buses was 35 minutes. A random sample of 20 students who
Self-Correcting Exercises 7A: Sampling Plans and Experimental Designs
1.
An auditing firm has been hired by a company to examine its accounts receivable. The company has 100
current accounts and the auditing firm proposes to examine 20 of those accounts.
CHAPTER 9, 10
Hypothesis Testing
Similar to a courtroom trial. In trying a person for a crime, the jury needs to decide
between one of two possibilities:
The person is guilty.
The person is innocent.
To begin with, the person is assumed innocent.
The
STAT 2507 D
Assignment # 2
Due: Tuesday, October 21, 2014, in class
Last Name
First Name -
Student #
Your LAB Section -
Note: Use spaces left to answer all questions. The total of marks for the questions is 100. In
case the individual marks are not assi
STAT 2507
Assignment # 5
Due: Thursday, December 3, 2015, in class
First
Last Name
Student Number
Lab Section (Important)
Total of marks=100. Marks for each question are given in [ ]
Part I. Minitab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questi
STAT 2507 E
Assignment # 4 (Ch 6,7,8)
Winter 2013
Due: online or in class on Tuesday March 26.
Last Name - ,
First -
Student # Lab group
Grade given by TA 0
Total of marks=100. Marks for each question are given in [ ]
Part I. Lab questions. Use only the b
STAT 2507
Assignment # 2 (Chapters 3&4)
Winter 2013
Due in class: Sections D&E Feb. 26; Section F Feb. 27
Last Name First Name Student # -Lab group:
Total of marks=100.
Part I. Lab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questions.
Download and
STAT 2507
Assignment # 1 (Chapters 1&2)
Last Name - ,
Winter 2013
First -
Student #
Lab group: very important (D1 , . . ., or D8 , E1 , . . ., or E8 , F1 , . . . , or F5 .)
Due for sec. D and E on Tuesday. Feb. 5th, and sec. F on Wed. Feb. 6th, IN CLASS
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Jonah
Lawrence Pretended Not to Notice That A Bear Had Become
Olde World Santa
Parables
Sometimes the Spirit Touches Us Through Our Weaknesses
The Burden of the Responsible Man
The Gift for Mrs. Claus
The Responsible Woman
Sometimes the Spirit Touches
CHAPTER 8, 10
Introduction
Statistical inference is concerned with making decision or predictions about parameters- the
numerical descriptive measures that characterize a population.
Type of Inference
Estimation:
Estimating or predicting the value of th
Self-Correcting Exercises 8A: Point Estimation
1.
In standardizing an examination, the average score on the exam must be known in order to differentiate among
examinees taking the examination. The scores recorded for a sample of 93 examinees yielded a mea
Self-Correcting Exercises 6A: Tabulated Areas of the Normal Probability Distribution
1.
2.
Find the following probabilities associated with the standard normal random variable z:
a. P ( z > 2.1) .
b.
P ( z < 1.2 ) .
c.
P (.5 < z < 1.5 ) .
d.
P ( 2.75 < z
STAT 2507
Assignment # 4 (Chapters 8, 9& 10)
Summer 2015
Due in class: August 12
Last Name: Thioye ,
First Name: Aboubacar
Student #: 100861100
Total of marks=100.
Part I. Lab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questions.
1.
Confidence inte
STAT 2507
Assignment #1
(Chapters 1-3)
Winter 2017
S O L U T I O N
Part I. Lab Questions.
1. The test marks of a sample of 150 students from a very large first year class are recorded
in the column titled marks in the Excel file.
a) [2] Construct a freque
Self-Correcting Exercises 5A: The Binomial Probability Distribution
1.
A city planner claims that 20% of all apartment dwellers move from their apartments within a year from the
time they first moved in. In a particular city, 7 apartment dwellers who had
Self-Correcting Exercises 9A: One and Two Sample Tests of Means (Large Sample)
1.
To investigate a possible built-in sex bias in a graduate school entrance examination, 50 male and 50 female
graduate students who were rated as above-average graduate stude