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 either personally or professionally, provide an example
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 graph can
misrepresent the data if it does not provide a pr
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 10.9 on page 329, discuss your reactions. Is it surprisi
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 made in this article. Answer the
following questions f
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 estimate.
a. Its often impossible to know the actual val
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, that if you were to collect 10,000 female adult human he