Stat 100 Summer 2016
Section #3 SOLUTIONS
Topics for section
Continuous random variables
o Uniform distribution
o Normal distribution
Central Limit Theorem
Exam review
The Uniform Distribution
Paramet
Problem Set #2: Chemalite Case
1. Record the effects of Chemalite's 1991 events on the BSE worksheet
Cash Flow type (O, I, F)
Event Cash A/R 375,000 F P1 (7,500) I P2 P3 (62,500) I (75,000) O P4 230,0
Chemalite, Inc.
Bennett Alexander has invented a glow light using a series of chemicals into a contraption he calls
Chemalites. He starts up his business by getting $500,000 from investors and he trie
CHEMALITE, INC (B)
Executive Summary:
Bennett Alexander, a chemical engineer founded Chemalite, Inc. in late 1990. The company was set
up to manufacture and sell the Chemalite. The projected financial
Chemalite, Inc.
Income Statement from January 1, 2003 to June 30, 2003
Sales
Cost of Sales
Gross Profit
Depreciation Expenses
Operating Expense
Net Income
$0
$0
$0
$0
($7,500)
($7,500)
Chemalite, Inc.
Stat 100 Summer 2016
Section SOLUTIONS #2
Topics for section
Basic Probability Theory
Conditional Probability
Discrete Random Variables
Jointly Distributed (Discrete Random Variables)
Discrete Probabi
Stat 100: Section 3
Uniform Distribution, Normal Distribution and Reverse Look-Up,
Central Limit Theorem, Exam Review
Contact Information
TFs for the course course:
Sofia, sta
Stat 100 Summer 2016
Section #1
Topics for section
Introductions and logistics
Sources of data
o Experiments vs. Observational Studies
Graphs: dotplots, histograms, scatterplots
Summary Statistics
Stat 100 Summer 2016
Section #4
Confidence Intervals
As the famous quote goes, the devil is in the details. Although the concept of confidence
intervals is not difficult, there are four scenarios conc
Stat 100 Summer 2016
Section #3
Topics for section
Continuous random variables
o Uniform distribution
o Normal distribution
Central Limit Theorem
Exam review
The Uniform Distribution
Parameters
Probab
Professur
Betriebssysteme
2. Excercise
Dependable Systems
Jafar Akhundov
Problem 1
Theoretical Questions:
a) What is a random variable? Define its domain and range.
b) What is a (cumulative) distribut
Stat 100 Summer 2016
Section #4- SOLUTIONS
Confidence Intervals
As the famous quote goes, the devil is in the details. Although the concept of confidence
intervals is not difficult, there are four sce
Stat 100 Summer 2016
Section #2
Topics for section
Basic Probability Theory
Conditional Probability
Discrete Random Variables
Jointly Distributed (Discrete Random Variables)
Discrete Proba
Stat 100: Section 4
Confidence Intervals for Means and Proportions, Sample Size
Calculations, Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
Contact Information
TFs for the course course:
S
Stat 100: Section 2
Probability, Discrete Random Variables, Jointly Distributed Random
Distributions, Continuous Probability Distributions
Contact Information
TFs for the course course:
Sofia, stat1
Stat 100 Summer 2016
Section #1 SOLUTIONS
Topics for section
Introductions and logistics
Sources of data
o Experiments vs. Observational Studies
Graphs: dotplots, histograms, scatterplots
Summary
Stat 100: Section 1
Introduction to Stata, Descriptive Statistics, Measures of Association,
Intro to Regression
Contact Information
TFs for the course course:
Sofia, [email protected]
Justin,
CHEMALITE, INC (B)
Executive Summary:
Bennett Alexander, a chemical engineer founded Chemalite, Inc. in late 1990. The company was set
up to manufacture and sell the Chemalite. The projected financial
Financial Forecasting
Higgins: planning is the substitution of
error for chaos
Forecasting involves the construction of
pro-forma financial statements.
Why? Money is the lubricant that ensures
the
Liabilities
Current Liabilities: a commitment to pay
resources to an outside party within one
accounting cycle (one year). These obligations
can be to employees, suppliers, government
units, and lend
Expected Value
Just Give Him The Slip.
1. Suppose you have a bag with 12 slips of paper in it. Some of the slips have a 2 on them, and
the rest have a 7. If the expected value of the number shown on a
Midterm exam 2 University of Kansas Mat11526 (Mar. 30, 2017)
Instructor: Le Chen Applied Mathematical Statistics I (Class 417252503)
Some instructions:
1. Edi-15 USletter paper with notes on both side
A family plans to have 3 children. For each birth, assume that the probability of a boy is the same as the
probability of a girl.
What is the probability that they will have three children of the same
KING GRADUATE SCHOOL
Quiz 1: Part 1 of 2
February 17, 2017
MG 620
Name: -, -(Last)
(first)
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Quiz 1 Part 1: Problem Section
Instructions: Answer all questions and show your work as required. Download,
Statistics 100 Syllabus
Spring 2013
21 January 2013
DRAFT Subject to Revision
Course Head: David Harrington, Professor of Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health,
and Dana-Farber Cancer Institu
Statistics 100
Unit 7 Inference for Distributions
IPS 7.1, 7.2
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Introduction
Inference for a mean; IPS 7.1, pp 404 - 418
Comparing two population means; IPS 7.
Statistics 100
Unit 9 Multiple Regression
IPS Chapter 11
The core material is in Section 11.1.
Section 11.2 contains an extended case
study that you should read.
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