BASIC STATISTICS 1
Volume 1 of 2
September 2014 edition
Because the book is so large,
the entire Basic Statistics 1 course
has been split into two volumes.
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BASIC STATISTICS 1
Volume 2 of 2
September 2014 edition
Because the book is so large,
the entire Basic Statistics 1 course
has been split into two volumes.
Grant Skene for Grants Tutoring (www.grantstutoring.com)
DO NOT RECOPY
Grants Tutoring is a privat
CHAPTER 5 NOTES: CONTINUOUS RANDOM VARIABLES
DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLE:
The variable can take on only certain specified values.
There are gaps between possible data values.
Values may be counting numbers or may be a
collection of numbers from the context o
STAT 1000
December 11, 2015
STAT 1000 Answers for Final Exam
Part A
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STAT 1000
December 11,
STAT 1000 Formula Sheet
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Unit 3 Design of Experiments
Unit 3 Design of Experiments
Obtaining Data
In the previous units we have learned some basic tools (using graphs and
numbers) of data analysis.
These tools and ideas help us examine the data
to describe their main features.
Th
Unit 6 Randomness and Probability
Unit 6 Randomness and Probability
Variability and Randomness
Randomness
In everyday life, we often must make decisions when we are uncertain about
the outcomes!
Should we invest money in the stock market? Should we get de
Unit 4 Sampling
Unit 4 Sampling
We already know the two basic concepts - population and sample.The
entire collection of individuals or objects about which information is desired
is called the population.
What is sampling?
So far we have assumed that the s
Unit 8 Confidence Intervals
Overview of Inference
In this unit, we begin our study of inferential statistics by examining
methods for estimating the mean of a population. We get data from a
sample, but we are often not happy with information about the sam
Unit 7 Sampling Distributions
Unit 7 Sampling Distributions
What is Sampling distributions?
We already know the two basic conceptspopulation and sample. We know
that, using the sample, we estimate a population parameter with a
statistic. For example, we e
Unit 11 Inference for Proportions
Inference for Proportions
Introduction: In the unit 6 you were introduced to the binomial
distribution and the points that need to be satisfied in order for a variable
to be considered binomial. In sampling we like to est
Unit 10 Inference for the mean of a population when s is
unknown.
Objectives
Inference for the mean of a population:
The t distributions.
Unit 10 Inference for the mean of a population
when s is unknown.
The one-sample t confidence intervals.
The one-samp
Unit 2 Scatterplots, Correlation and Regression
Unit 2 Scatterplots, Correlation and Regression
Termniology
So far, we have been looking at dierent ways to summarize and depict a
single quantitative variable. In the field of statistics, there are many
pro
Unit 1Examining Distributions
Types of variables.
Displaying distributions with graphs.
STAT1000 - Basic Statistical Analysis I
Describing distributions with numbers.
Winter 2016
What is the study of Statistics?
Statistics provide the tools and ideas for
Unit 5 Density Curves and the Normal Distribution
Unit 5 Density Curves and the Normal Distribution
Density Curves
Density Curves
For example, consider the following figure:
Before we start normal distribution, we first talk about something called
density
Unit 9 Tests of Significance
Hypothesis Testing
From the last unit we know that statistical inference has two parts
Estimation and Tests of Significance. In the estimation part, we have
learned how to construct a confidence interval for the population mea
FALL 2015, Quiz 6C
Total Marks: 13
Name:
Student ID:
Circle your instructors name: Bhatti, Gueye, Maddahi, Majeed, Menjivar, Shepelska
Answer all questions and show all your work. No calculators allowed.
1. Find the equation of the normal line to the curv
Statistics Test #1 Note Questions
(Chapters 1 4)
Chapter 1
Define whether or not the following examples are
either Quantitative, Categorical and Nominal, or
Categorical and Ordinal.
Gender (Male or Female) Species of Fish
Length of Fish
Weight of Fis
Statistics Test #1 Note Questions
Answers (Chapters 1 4)
Chapter 1
Gender (Male of Female) Categorical and Nominal
Species of Fish Categorical and Nominal
Length of Fish (in cm) Quantitative
Weight of Fish (in grams) Quantitative
Service Rating of a Resta
STAT 2400: Fall 2016
Term Test # 1
SOLUTIONS
Total Marks: 30
Instructions:
- Nonprogrammable and nongraphical calculators are allowed.
- This is a closed-book test: no books, notes or formula sheets are allowed.
- Start each question on a new page.
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