MATH 1051HWeb
Assignment # 3
Summer 2016
INSTRUCTIONS: due June 6, 2016 by 1PM EDT. Solutions are to be typed, and written in a clear and
concise way. Note there are nine questions, and show your work. When needed use the ttable, ztable and
2 tables f
MATH 1051HWeb
Assignment # 4
Summer 2016
INSTRUCTIONS: due June 15, 2016 by 1PM EDT. Solutions are to be typed, and written in a clear and
concise way. Note there are six questions, and show your work. When needed use the ttable, ztable and
2 tables f
Assignment #4
Student Name: Su Wang
Student #: 0547179
Course Name: Math 1052H
Due Day: July 24. 2016
Q1.
(a). Let 1 2 3 4 denote the true proportion of all O A B AB from blood
respectively. The hypotheses are:
0 : 1 =0.46; 2 =0.42; 3 =0.09; 4 =0.03
: At
Assignment # 5
Student Name: Su Wang
Student #: 0547179
Course Name: Math 1052H
Due Day: July 29.2016 (Fri)
Q1.
(a) An experimental study involved testing for hypotheses
0 : 1 = 2 = 3 = 4 = 5
: Not all population means are equal.
Source of Sum of Squares
NonCalculus Statistics I
Fall 2016
Lecture Note 1
By Haile Gessesse
September 20, 2016
1.1 Overview
What is Statistics?
Statistics is the science of planning studies
and experiments, obtaining data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing
NonElementary Stats
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What are data?

Observations to gather and draw conclusions
o In face of uncertainty
EX
15.0, 18.5, 18.9, 24.0
this is not data until the
Stats Assignment 2
1. a. 2834/4230=.669 or 66.9%
No, it is not unlikely that someone randomly selected from this group uses their credit card frequently.
b. 19/939=.0202
Yes, it is unlikely that someone randomly selected from the polling group would have
Connar Tague
1. a) This data is a sample, because the entire population did not complete the survey.
b) 36% represents a statistic. The parameter being estimated is that one in three Canadians say that
nobody in their household is trained in first aid (Ip
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Gender for Bears Measured
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ID
Name
Gender
15015 Angelakis, M
15021 AntonishenF
15074 Debakker, M
15080 Di Nino, S F
15089 Donald, H M
15093 Duarte, M F
15097 Dunlop, A M
15106 Ewing, A F
15119 Fletcher, J M
15123 Ford, Q F
15132 Fyall, M M
15147 Hashinsky, M
15154 Ho, V
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15158 Hou
ID
Name
15001 Abdou, M
15013 Anderson, Q
15021 Antonishen,J
15057 Clarke, E
15072 Dawani, S
15085 Dinich, A
15092 Downey, K
15093 Duarte, M
15112 Farooqui, Y
15116 Flemington, J
15133 Ganne, N
15140 Greenwood, R
15158 Hou, S
15162 Hubley, M
15175 Jeoung,
ID
Name
15004 Al Hatoum, G
15028 Ashour,E
15038 Best, A
15043 Boutros, R
15044 Brazill, L
15060 Cosway, V
15100 Dupre, C
15105 ElSalviti, D
15109 Fader, F
15128 Frazer, K
15143 Hanly, T
15181 Kelly, J
15183 Khan, A
15227 Mazaheri, A
15232 Mccullough, C
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Assignment #4
Due: Thursday, November 24 by 5 pm
Remark: Follow the rules for submitting assignments. Dont forget your name and workshop
section. The material from problems 15 is included in Midterm #2. The material from problems
610 will not be covered
MATH 1051HWeb
Assignment # 2
Summer 2016
INSTRUCTIONS: due May 27, 2016 by 1PM EDT. Solutions are to be typed, and written in a clear and
concise way. Note there are nine questions, and show your work. Please include your first and last name,
student ID,
MATH 1051H: Noncalculus Statistics I,
Elementary Probability and Statistics
Chapter Five:
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Math 105111 Quiz 1 Sept. 19, 2016
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MULTIPLE CHOICE (1 mark each). Please circle your answer
Determine whether the given value is a statistic or a parameter.
1) A health and tness club surveys 40 randomly selected me