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CASE STUDY: TEXAS HOLD'EM
A. The probability that you are dealt pocket aces is 1/221, or 0.00452 to three
significant digits. If you studied either Section 4.5 and 4.6 or Section 4.8, verify that
probability.
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STA-201: PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS
CASE STUDY DISCUSSION: 25 HIGHEST PAID WOMEN
A.
Column 1 Rank: Quantitative Discrete
Column 2 Name: Qualitative
Column 3 Company: Qualitative
Column 4 Compensation: Quantitative Continuous
Variable: Rank
Variable: Name
Va
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a.
Find the linear correlation coefficient between cumulative GPA and high school
percentile for the 200 UWEC undergraduate students in the Focus sample. Obtain
and interpret a scatter plot. Find and interpret the regress
STA-201: PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS
Case Study Discussion: Greatest American Screen Legends
a. Identify the population.
The population is all choices for greatest American screen legend for each gender
chosen by all moviegoers.
b. Identify the sample.
The s
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Written Assignment 3
Texas Holdem
a. The probability that you are dealt pocket aces (2 aces at the beginning) is 1/221 or
0.00452 to three significant digits. If you studied either Sections 4.5 and 4.6 or Section
4.8. Verify that probability.
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Introduction
A company called Nyke makes shoes of various sizes for females and males. Lately, the
company has undergone financial hardships. Unless the CEO makes a change in its business,
Nyke will have to file for Chapt
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Study guide
Chapter 8
Estimating a population mean
Confidence intervals for one population mean when
also known as , transliterated as s .
is known
Confidence intervals for one population mean where
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Cha
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a. The population in this case study is U.S. moviegoers.
a) The population of the American Film Institutes survey is the population of film artists, critics
and historians.
b) The sample obtained from part of th
A. From the information I found and read the population mean is the same as point estimate.
The point estimate of 364 bank raids for each variable is:
Amount Stolen- 20,330.5
Number of Bank Staff Present - 5.417
Number of Customers Present- 2.000
Number o
In your own words, interpret the data and note the shape of the distribution of the data provided
from Case Study: World's Richest People (Chapter 2, p. 36). To help guide your interpretation,
include the following:
frequency distribution table (use citiz
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Written Assignment 7
Write your responses to the following topic.
Outliers: We know many types of data fall into a normal distribution with most of
the observations falling toward the middle. However, sometimes data are outli
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Written Assignment 5
Write your response to the following topic.
Using probability: How can you use probability to improve your chances of winning
at a casino? Provide specific examples using concepts learned in this module.
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Written Assignment 10
This written assignment draws on case study discussion exercises at the end of Chapter
8. When preparing your assignment, please identify each answer clearly by question and
its number. Case Study: The B
a. The correlation co-efficient between cumulative GPA and high school percentile for the 200
UWEC undergraduate students = 0.4860305
b.
Cumulative GPA and ACT English score = 0.3755849
Cumulative GPA and ACT math score=0.30967931
Cumulative GPA and ACT c
PG. 34
a. The population is the 1500 film artist, critics, and historians chosen. They are the population for
this study because their response will be collected and used for the study. Which is the definition
of population.
b. The sample for this survey
Written Assignment 2
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Interpretation of the data:
Based on the data I am able to interpret many conclusions. My first conclusions is that the
based on the frequency; the United States has the worlds largest number of richest people. This led me
to
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Written Assignment 11
Write your responses to the following topic.
Association: We know association does not imply causation, but what does this
mean in your own words. Provide and discuss an example of two variables that are
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Written Assignment 12
Focusing on Data Analysis: Using the data from Chapter 1: UWEC Undergraduates
(p. 34), and answer questions a, b, c, d, e, f, g (UWEC Undergraduates, p. 655). You
must calculate results by hand (though
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Written Assignment 8
The written assignment draws on case study discussion exercises at the end of
chapter. When preparing your assignment, please identify each answer clearly by
question and its number. Case Study: Chest Siz
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Written Assignment 9
Write your responses to the following topic. Errors in testing: Think of one example
of a Type I and Type II error in everyday life and comment on the ramifications of
those errors.
Type one errors happen
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Written Assignment 6
The written assignment draws on case study discussion exercises at the end of
chapter. When preparing your assignment, please identify each answer clearly by
question and its number.
Case Study: Texas Ho
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Final Written Assignment
Final Project Nyke
The problem:
Nyke is shoe companies who have decided the only way to stay competitive
during times of financial hardship is to make one type of size shoe for both males
and females
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Written Assignment 5
Write your response to the following topic.
Using probability: How can you use probability to improve your chances of winning
at a casino? Provide specific examples using concepts learned in this module.
PG 366
a. The point estimate for the mean amount of sterling stolen is 20,330.5 pounds. The point
estimate mean of bank staff present is 5,417. The point esitame for the mean of number of
costumers present is 2,000. The point estimate for the mean of bank