STATISTICS 3N03/3J04
TEST #1b * 2006-10-05
Instructions
This test is to be written in the BSB Student Technology Centre. The duration of the
test is 2 hours.
Any calculators and one sheet of notes (8.5" x 11", one side only) are permitted.
You may consult
Statistics 3N03/3J04 - Assignment #5
2006-11-24 - Updated 2006-12-12
Use R to do the graphics on this assignment. Do the ANOVA calculations in R and
with your calculator, and make sure that both methods agree.
Question 1 [from 2003, 2004 & 2005 Exams Q1]
STATISTICS 3N03/3J04 TEST #3 2006-11-27
Aids permitted: any calculators, any tables and one sheet of notes (8.5" x 11", one side only).
1.
Analyse the following two data sets with appropriate graphics and P-values. State your
assumptions and your conclusi
STATISTICS 3N03/3J04
Test #2 * 2006-11-06
Instructions
Aids permitted: any calculators, any mathematical or statistical
tables,
one sheet of notes (8.5" x 11", one side only).
Questions
1. The yield of a certain process with Catalyst A varies from one run
Statistics formula sheet
This has mean n and variance n(1 ).
The Poisson distribution:
Summarising data
Sample mean:
x=
This has mean and variance .
n
1
n
xi .
i=1
Continuous distributions
Sample variance:
s2
x
1
=
n1
n
Distribution function:
n
1
(xi x) =
STATISTICS 3N03/3J04
TEST #1a * 2006-10-03
Instructions
This test is to be written in the BSB Student Technology Centre. The duration of the
test is 2 hours.
Any calculators and one sheet of notes (8.5" x 11", one side only) are permitted.
You may consult
Statistics 3N03/3J04 - Assignment #3
2006-10-22
The numbered problems and data sets are taken from Montgomery & Runger, Applied
Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 4th or 3rd edition. You will find it easy to do
your graphs and calculations in R but
Statistics 3N03/3J04 - Assignment #1
"Never on Sunday"
Every morning from 1993-11-16 to 1995-01-19, I recorded the price per litre of
regular gasoline at Sarah's Sunoco on Main Street West at Newton Avenue and at the
Petro Canada station on Main Street We
Statistics formula sheet
This has mean n and variance n(1 ).
The Poisson distribution:
Summarising data
Sample mean:
x=
This has mean and variance .
n
1
n
xi .
i=1
Continuous distributions
Sample variance:
s2
x
1
=
n1
n
Distribution function:
n
1
(xi x) =
Statistics formula sheet
This has mean n and variance n(1 ).
The Poisson distribution:
Summarising data
Sample mean:
x=
This has mean and variance .
n
1
n
xi .
i=1
Continuous distributions
Sample variance:
s2
x
1
=
n1
n
Distribution function:
n
1
(xi x) =
Statistics 3N03/3J04 - Assignment #2
2006-09-13
Do your graphs and calculations in R. Create a report, pasting the graphs into a word
processor and adding comments and discussion. The first question is from
Montgomery & Runger, Applied Statistics and Prob
Statistics 3N03/3J04 - Assignment #4
2006-11-10
The numbered problems and data sets are taken from Montgomery & Runger, Applied
Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 4th or 3rd edition. You will find it easy to do
your graphs and calculations in R but
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>a
[1] 5