STAT 2507
Solution-Assignment # 2 (Chapter 3 and 4)
Fall 2013
Total of marks=100.
Part I. Lab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questions.
1. The Minitab data set sat has the mean verbal and math scores of the Scholastic Aptitude
Test (SAT
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Introduction to Statistical Modelling
Stat 2507
Wednesday, Jun 13, 2016
Assignment 2
Summer 2016
Last Name:
, First Name:
Student ID:
, Lab Session:
A
TA Name:
, Total Mark:
100
Due: Wednesday, Jun 13, 2016 in the class @ 6:05pm-7:30pm
You
STAT 2507
Solution - Assignment # 2
Summer 2013
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 man
STAT 3502
Sample Midterm
Feb, 2014
Clearly mark your answer on the scantron .
This is a closed book exam.
Nonprogrammable calculators are allowed.
Each question has 1 mark. The exam duration is 90 minutes.
Last Name
First Name
Student Number
Question
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Introduction to Statistical Modelling
Stat 2507
Wednesday, Jun 1, 2016
Assignment 1
Summer 2016
Last Name:
, First Name:
Student ID:
, Lab Session:
A
TA Name:
, Total Mark:
70
Due: Wednesday, Jun 1, 2016 in the class @ 6:05pm-7:30pm
You sho
Introduction to Statistical Modelling
STAT2507
Chapter 2-2
Describing Data with Numerical Measures
MEASURES OF RELATIVE STANDING
How many standard deviation from the mean
does the measurement lie?
This is measured by zz-score
score
xx
Z score =
S
2.9) x
Introduction to Statistical Modelling
STAT2507
Chapter 2-1
Describing Data with Numerical Measures
IMPORTANCE OF NUMERICAL MEASURES
Graphs methods may not always be sufficient
for describing data
Hard to measure the similarities and
differences between g
STAT 2507B: Introduction to Statistical Modelling I,
Fall 2015
Song Cai
School of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University
Oct. 8, 2015
Midterm Review
October 8, 2015
Chapter 0 and 1: Basic Concepts, Types of Variables,
Graphs, and Data Distributio
STAT 2507
Assignment # 1 (Chapters 1&2)
Last Name -
Fall 2015
First -
Student #
Lab session (Important)
Due: Thursday October 1 in class; NO LATE ASSIGNMENT ACCEPTED
Total of marks=100.
Part I. Lab Questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab quest
Review
1. Which one of the following summary measures is aected most by outliers
A) The rst quartile
vious.
B) The Median
C) The mean
D) None of the pre-
2. If P (A) = .8, P (B) = .7, and P (A B) = .9, then P (A B) is
A) .6
B) .56
C) .72,
D) .63.
3. The t
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
STAT 2507
Assignment # 3
Last Name - ,
Summer 2015
First -
Student #
Due Wed. July 22 IN CLASS.
Total mark=100
Part I. Lab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questions. Do NOT
Attach any graph or data set
1. Continuous distributions:
Gener
STAT 2507
Formula sheet for midterm
Summer 2015
A and B are independent means that P (A B) = P (A)P (B) or P (A|B) = P (A).
P (A B) = P (A) + P (B) P (A B). In particular, if A and B are mutually exclusive, then P (A B) = P (A) + P (B).
P (A) = 1 P (Ac
STAT 2507
Assignment # 4 (Chapters 8, 9& 10)
Due in class: August 12
Last Name - ,
Summer 2015
First Name -
Student # -
Total of marks=100.
Part I. Lab questions. Use only the blanks left to answer lab questions.
1. Condence interval for when is known
Sup
STAT 2507 Fall 2011
Some sample questions for the term test (the actual test can have more
questions)
THE MIDTERM TEST COVERS CHAPTERS 1-6 INCLUSIVE.
Question 1. Consider the distribution of measurements above. Which of the following are
true?
I) The mean
STAT 2507
Solutions to Assignment 2
1. (a) P(W ) = 11/25 = 0.44.
(b) P(B) = 8/25 = 0.32.
(c) P(W B) = 4/25 = 0.16.
2. I) The answers depend on a data set and vary from one lab section to another. For example,
if we use the following data
Experimental Data
STAT 2507
Assignment # 4
Due: Thursday, November 19, 2015, in class
First
Last Name
Student Number
Lab Section (Important)
Total of marks=100. Marks for each question are given in [ ]
Note: Use spaces left to answer all questions. No need to submit plots
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