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Chapter 1 Vocabulary
1) Data: A group of observations.
2) Statistics: The science of collecting data and
analyzing it to draw inferences and conclusions
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Stat 210 Exam Two
Read these directions carefully. Take your time and check your work. Many students do not take enough time on their
tests. Each problem is worth four points. You may choose exactly q
Find the indicated complement.
A certain group of women has a 0.78% rate of red/green color blindness. If a woman is randomly
selected, what is the probability that she does not have red/green color b
STATS TEST NOTES
1. Assume that adults have IQ scores that are normally distributed with a mean of mu equals
100 and a standard deviation sigma equals 20
Find the probability that a randomly selected
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Michelle wishes to go on a cruise. In order to be assured that she had a good time (so she
thought) she called her travel agent and asked him to find cruises where the average age of the
passengers
Unit 2: Introduction
This unit covers the following chapters and sections in your textbook:
4.1 - 4.5, 4.7
'In this unit, the primary focus is on probability theory. Probability theory is the study
of
Unit 1: Lecture 1.1
Descriptive Statistics Measures of Center
Number of Slides
Lecture 1.1
6
Instructor's Expectations:
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Unit 2: Lecture 2.2
Introduction to Probability
Lecture 2.2
Number of Slides
18
Instructor's Expectations:
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Unit 1: Lecture 1.2
Descriptive Statistics Measures of Variance
Number of Slides
Approximate Time (in minutes)
6
20
Lecture 1.2
Instructor's Expectations
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Unit 3: Lecture 3.3
The Standard Normal Distribution
Number of Slides
Lecture 3.3
22
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Unit 2: Lecture 2.3
Probability
Number of Slides
Lecture 2.3
9
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Unit 2: Lecture 2.1
Factorials, Counting Techniques, Permutations, and
Combinations
Number of Slides
Lecture 2.1
7
Instructor's Expectations:
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Unit 4: Lecture 4.4
Hypothesis Testing About Means
Number of Slides
Approximate Time (in minutes)
33
165
Lecture 4.4
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Unit 4: Lecture 4.3
Minimum Sample Sizes and Confidence Intervals About a
Proportion
Number of Slides
Lecture 4.3
11
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Abstract
This essay will present an understanding of Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
(ADHD) and explore the symptoms and causes.
La Tristeza del Maya
One day the animals came to a Mayan and said
-It's a shame you're so sad. Ask for what you want and you'll have it
The Mayan said:
-I want to be happy
The owl responded:
-Who know
DS280 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS Section 2
SPRING SEMESTER 2003
Ultimate Knowledge Festival
(known to the mundane as a Final Exzm)
For those who have worked faithfully through the term, a final examin
Example: A teacher wishes to compare the effectiveness of two teaching methods. Students are
randomly divided into two groups. At the end of the course, a comprehensive exam is given to all
Students.
Group Activity 3.2 - Confidence Intervals and Determining Sample Size
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1) A random selection of 36 Honda Accords provides a mean gas mileage of 29.3 miles
PEI gallon. The standard deviation of th
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Group Activity 3.1: The Normal Distribution
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th ple plans to have 3 kids. How many different possibilities are there for the orderings of
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9) A Student has narrowed down his choiCes for colleges that he would like to attend down to 7.
He is considering to apply to only 3 due to the high application costs. In how many ways can he
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Regression Assignment 1
The following data was collected comparing the score on a
the exam score.
a. Construct a scatterplot.
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b. Does there appear