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 qu
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
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
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 q
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
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 T
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 se
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] Im
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 m
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 ques
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 a
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 bu
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
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
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 statis
Identification
Name
CUID
Version
Excel Skill Test Version A
European Rental Company
Rental Station ID
Plate
Make
Model
Year
Last Service
km Since Last Service needed?
Service
Airport
Airport
Airport
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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
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 innocen
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
Art
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. C
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
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 q
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
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 sco
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.
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
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 ti