There are three approaches to finding probability that you will discuss in this unit; theoretical
probability, relative frequency probability, and subjective probability.
1. From your own experience e
How to do these by hand:
Name
Data Point
Mean
Standard deviation
Standard Score
0.02275 0.97725
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right
Symbol
x
z
Example Value
76
80
2
2
%
0.15
Data
Standard s Percent
3
0.13
2.5
0.62
2
2.28

James Lewis
Unit 3 Assignment
Final Project Summary
Muscular Dystrophy
The topic that will use for my final paper is muscular dystrophy. I chose this topic
because I am a firefighter/paramedic, and fi
James Lewis
29Jun17
Discussion 4
Graph on Houses
1. My data set is the excel sheet about houses.
2. I copied the dataset into StatDisk. The Selling Price of the houses is shown below.
a. I think that
Unit 9 Final Project
Whitney Lomax
MM207 Unit 9 Assignment
Kaplan University
December 2016
Unit 9 Final Project
1. Correlation, Scatterplots, and Prediction
a) Which relationship is stronger, the rela
Statistics Unit 6 Discussion
Question 1: Across the USA, results for these exams are normally distributed. What does that
mean and why is the case?
Answer 1:
Examination scores of a large number of pe
Week 6 Stats Discussion
In this unit, you will investigate the normal probability curve (the bell curve). Many
variables, such as height and weight are normally distributed. This means, for
example, t
Part 1: Confidence Intervals
1. Why is it often impossible to know the actual value of any population parameter?
Give an example of a population parameter that you cannot calculate, but that you
can e
Week 1 Discussion Statistics
Read the Focus on Public Health: Is your Lifestyle Healthy article found on page 44 at the end
of Chapter 1.
For this weeks Discussion, you will discuss some of the points
WEEK 8
Survey of Social Problems
The Discussion for this week will focus on issues related to physical and mental health. Please
respond to the following statements/questions:
After reviewing Figure 1
Week 3 Discussion Stats
During this unit, you will learn about many different types of graphs, which graphs are most
appropriate for specific data, and when graphs are misleading. For instance, a grap