AK/AS/MATH 1131 3.0 Assignment 1 (Due Date: September 24, 2008) Question 1: Consider the following data set: 25 22 26 23 27 26 28 18 25 24 12 a. Calculate the ve-number summary for the data. b. Constr
MATH 1131: Introduc1on to Sta1s1cs I
How to use the table for the Cri1cal Values
for the t-distribu1on.
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Assignment # 4 Solutions [25 marks]
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How to use the table for the Standard Normal
Distribu1on Cumula1ve Probabili1es.
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Question 1: a. Let X be the number of homes (out of 6) in Riverband area of Edmonton that have a security system. Then X Binomial(6, 0.4). Therefore P (X = 3) = 6! (0.4)3 (0.6)3 = 0.27648 3!3!
b. the
AK/AS/MATH 1131 3.0 This is NOT Assignment 3 as I cannot assign it until the strike is over. These are questions that Assignment 3 will be covering. It is basically Ch 6 to 9 material. We are already
AK/AS/MATH 1131 3.0 This is NOT Assignment 3 as I cannot assign it until the strike is over. These are questions that Assignment 3 will be covering. It is basically Ch 6 to 9 material. We are already
AK/AS/MATH 1131 3.0 Assignment 2 (Due Date: October 22, 2008) Question 1: a. Most patients who undergo surgery make routine recoveries and are discharged as planned. In a recent study, it is reported
MATH 1131: Introduc1on to Sta1s1cs I
Chapter Seven:
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