STA2023 Application 1: Descriptive Statistics
Karen Sheldon
Introduction Word Count: 80
Summary Word Count: 225
Daytona State University
2/17/2016
STA2023 Application 1: Descriptive Statistics
Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is to collect and orga
STA2023
Application 2
Word count for introduction: 156
Word count for summary: 295
Introduction
This application was created to collect and organize a random sample of data values into
a frequency table and then create statistics based on the frequency ta
STA2023
Application 1
Word count for introduction: 180
Word count for summary: 544
Introduction
This application was created to collect and organize a random sample of data values and
then create statistics, and tables based on the data. The values used i
Franchesca Cancel
Due December 11, 2013
Professor Tamburro
STA 2023
College
In a survey of people that attended college. 20 people were randomly selected, 10
Women, and 10 men. Among the individuals surveyed, 15 paid for college with FAFSA/Loan,
and 5 pai
Statistics Project Part 3
The purpose of this part of the project is for you to continue to examine the Central Limit Theorem and
to perform hypothesis tests on your 100 sample means.
Two Tailed Hypothesis Tests
Answer each of the following questions base
Statistics Project Part 1
The purpose of this part of the project is for you to use the frequency
distributions you created in your Excel Workbook to estimate the
mean and standard deviation of large sets of data. Lastly you will
analyze the histograms cr
Statistics Project Part 2
The purpose of this part of the project is for you to examine the Central Limit Theorem and to calculate
confidence intervals from the data that you collected in Part 1 of this project.
Questions about the Central Limit Theorem
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COURSE SYLLABUS
STA2023 Elementary Statistics
Course:
STA2023 Elementary Statistics
Credit:
3 semester hours
Prerequisite: Placement through Daytona State College placement test or passed MAC 1105 or
MGF2106 with grades C or better or permission of chairp
Numerical Frequencies
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Numerals
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Sample Mean Frequencies
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2.005
2.505
3.005
3.505
4.005
4.505
5.00