Stacey Moreira
Section: A
Non-Calculus Statistics: Project 2
Submitted by: Stacey Moreira
Course: MATH-1050
Date: November 28, 2014
Stacey Moreira
Section: A
Q1. A company manufacturing calculators claims that the rate of defects is 2%. A random sample
of
Recap of Last Class
1. A sample of 50 patients is selected from
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all the patients admitted to the ER at a
hospital, and it is found that 28% have no
health insurance. The value 28% is a:
A Non-Calculus Based Introduction to
Probability & Statist
Chapter 3
Probability
Overview
The primary objective of this chapter is to
develop a sound understanding of
probability values.
3-1 Overview
3-2 Fundamentals
3-3 Addition Rule
A secondary objective is to develop the
basic skills necessary to solve simple
Chapter 5
Continuous Probability Distributions
5-1 Overview
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5-2 The Standard Normal Distribution
5-3 Normal Distributions: Finding Probabilities
A Non-Calculus Based Introduction to
Probability & Statistical Methods
5-4 Normal Distributions: Fi
Standard Normal Distribution
The z Score Table
Area between 0 and z
z
0.00
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.04
0.05
0.06
0.07
0.08
0.09
0.0
0.0000
0.0040
0.0080
0.0120
0.0160
0.0199
0.0239
0.0279
0.0319
0.0359
0.1
0.0398
0.0438
0.0478
0.0517
0.0557
0.0596
0.0636
0.0675
0
Chapter 3
Probability
3-1 Overview
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3-2 Fundamentals
A Non-Calculus Based Introduction to
Probability & Statistical Methods
3-3 Addition Rule
3-4 Conditional Probabilities
Section A
FW 2012-13
Instructor: Jaclyn Semple
MATH 1050Y-A (FW 2012-13)
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MATH 1050Y-A
Assignment #7
Due: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 in seminar
These questions along with the exercise questions in the reading list will help you prepare for
your weekly seminar quiz. Where applicable, show the formula you used as
Chapter 4
Discrete Probability Distributions
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4-1 Overview
4-2 Random Variables
A Non-Calculus Based Introduction to
Probability & Statistical Methods
4-3 Binomial Probability Distributions
4-4 Mean, Variance, and Standard Deviation
for the Bino
Math Drop-In Centre Update
There are now MATH 1050Y Dedicated Tutoring
Sessions in the Math Drop-in Centre!
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When:
Wednesday
Thursday
A Non-Calculus Based Introduction to
Probability & Statistical Methods
Section A
FW 2012-13
Instructor: Jaclyn
Chapter 6
Estimates and Sample Sizes
6-1 Overview
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6-2 Estimating a Population Mean: Large
Samples
A Non-Calculus Based Introduction to
Probability & Statistical Methods
6-3 Estimating a Population Mean: Small
Samples
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FW 2012-13
Instru
Review of Ch.5
The z score is the number of standard deviations that a
given value x is above or below the:
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A. Mean
A Non-Calculus Based Introduction to
Probability & Statistical Methods
B. Median
C. Mode
Section A
FW 2012-13
Instructor: Jaclyn
MATH 1050Y-A Schedule
FW 2012-13
The following is a course schedule and reading list for the Fall semester. The exact scheduling of topics
may vary according to the needs of the class. Weekly assignments are due at the beginning of the
seminar hour. Quizz
Recap of Last Class
Recap of Last Class
1. There is a lower infant mortality rate for at-
2.
home births assisted by midwives than for
hospital births attended by physicians. Does
this mean that concerned women would be
wise to opt for home deliveries by
Seminars
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Tuesday 12-1pm SC 203
Tuesday 1-2pm
SC 203
Tuesday 4-5pm
GCS 115
A Non-Calculus Based Introduction to
Probability & Statistical Methods
Section A
FW 2012-13
Instructor: Jaclyn Semple
Remember:
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MATH 1050Y-A (FW
Chapter 2
Describing, Exploring, and
Comparing Data
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2-1 Overview
2-2 Summarizing Data with Frequency
Tables
2-3 Graphs of Data
2-4 Measures of Central Tendency
2-5 Measures of Variation
2-6 Measures of Position
2-7 Exploratory Data Analysis
A N
Chapter 2
Describing, Exploring, and
Comparing Data
Exploratory Data Analysis
Exploratory data analysis is the process of using
statistical tools (such as graphs, measures of
central tendency, and measures of variation) to
investigate data sets in order t
Recap of last class?
A statistics student wanted to help his boss. He studied the
data on products sold at the store over a period of a week
and reported to his boss that the average UPC number
was 1001264789 with a standard deviation of 45378. From
this
Trent University
MATH 1050Y-A
Assignment #9
Due: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 in seminar
These questions along with the exercise questions in the reading list will help you prepare for
your weekly seminar quiz. Where applicable, show the formula you used as
Trent University
MATH 1050Y-A
Assignment #8
Due: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 in seminar
These questions along with the exercise questions in the reading list will help you prepare for
your weekly seminar quiz. Where applicable, show the formula you used as
Trent University
MATH 1050Y-A
Assignment #4
Due: Tuesday, October 9, 2012 in seminar
These questions along with the exercise questions in the reading list will help you prepare for
your weekly seminar quiz.
None of these questions require Excel they shoul
Part I. (15X2 marks) Multiple Choice Questions (Please circle your answer)
1. Which of the following values cannot be a probability?
a. 0.000
b. 0.666
c. 0.999
d. 0.001
2. How do a parameter and a statistic differ?
measurement of a sample.
c. A parameter
Dr. ZABDAWI Practice problems for sections:
6.4, 6.5, 7.1.7.2
Name “tﬁ
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or anew-are the question.
Solve the problem.
1) The amount of snowfall falling in a certain mountain range
MATH 1051H, Section B
Project Fall 2015
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Question 1.
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As the age increases from the ages 0-15, so do the peak EEG brain activity scores. The scatter
plot has a positive correlation.
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1.1 Introduction to Statistics
What is Statistics?
"There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics." - Mark Twain
We need to make statistics work for us, not lie for us!
The purpose of this course is to introduce you to some of the basic
1.2 Types of Data/Variable
Parameter vs. Statistic
Parameter: A numerical measurement describing some characteristic of a population.
Statistic: A numerical measurement describing some characteristic of a sample.
Example 1: It is reported that the average
2.
Western blotting has become an important part of molecular and cell biology, and even in
forensic DNA analysis [Tah12]. It is a technique which is known for blotting and
immunoblotting of proteins that have come from DNA and RNA [Kur05]. When using thi
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Lab 1: DNA extraction
1. You have 5 hairs with roots from a crime scene and they each contain 100 cells. If your
DNA extraction is 50% efficient, in theory, how much nuclear DNA would you have
extracted?
3.2 Billi
According to Telus Canada BYOD is becoming extremely popular amongst businesses in
fact up to 75 per cent of Canadian businesses are supporting this new movement [Are13]. Many
businesses are adapting to technology quickly however, at the same time at leas
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Assignment 1
Submitted by: Stacey Moreira
Course: COIS/FRSC 2750H WEB
Date: July 10th, 2015
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1.
a. Convert the hex value B1C0D4 into binary
The binary code for the hex value B1C0D4 is: 1011 0001 1100 0000 1101
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Course: COIS/FRSC 2750
Assignment 2
1. Sometimes it is useful to be able to tell if a credit number is valid or not. For each of the
following credit card numbers, tell me if the credit card number is valid according to the
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