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Outcome 3.1Understand the purpose of and be able to compute measures of location (mean, median,
mode, quartiles, and various percentiles).
Textbook Resources:
Readings: 3.1, p. 99-107
Exercises: p. 10
Outcome 12.1Understand the basic principles of an experimental study, the purpose of analysis of
variance, and the use of the F distribution in performing the analysis of variance procedure.
Textbook
Outcome 13.1Understand the differences between the regression model, the regression equation, and
the estimated regression equation.
Textbook Resources:
Readings: 14.1, p. 584-7
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Outcome 6.1Understand how probabilities are computed for continuous random variables (and how
that is different than for discrete random variables).
Textbook Resources:
Readings: Introduction, p. 253
Outcome 14.1Understand how multiple regression analysis can be used to develop relationships
involving one dependent variable and several independent variables and be able to interpret the
coefficient
Outcome 5.1 Understand the concepts of a random variable (including the difference between
discrete and continuous random variables) and a probability distribution.
Textbook Resources:
Readings: 5.1,
Outcome 4.1Be able to use counting rules, combinations, and permutations to count experimental
outcomes.
Textbook Resources:
Readings: 4.1, p. 165-170
Exercises: p. 173-175, qu. 1, 2, 8, 9
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The US Department of Energy's Fuel Economy Guide provides fuel efficiency data for cars.
worksheet.
a. Do these data re
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National energy board of Calgary
Date: 2016 02 03
Regarding to the Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC Expansion project summary
arguments.
Panel Members: David Hami
Outcome 7.1Understand the importance of sampling and how results from samples can be used to
provide estimates of population characteristics such as the population mean, the population standard
deviat
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The US Department of Energy's Fuel Economy Guide provides fuel efficiency data for cars. A portion of the data is
works
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The following crosstabulation shows household income by educational level of the head of household (Statistic
Outcome 8.1Know how to construct and interpret an interval estimate of a population mean when
the population standard deviation is known.
T extbook Resources:
Readings: Introduction, p. 325-326; 8.1,
Outcome 11.1Understand the role of the Chi-square distribution in conducting
non-parametric tests of goodness of fit and independence.
Web Resources:
Readings: http:/stattrek.com/lesson3/chisquare.asp
Using the tree diagram on the START HERE worksheet in the Templates 10.xlsx workbook,
determine what type of hypothesis test each of the following would require.
a. The Computer Anxiety Rating Scale (
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PHIL 3303
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Bad Charity? ( All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt) by Nick Wadhams
In this case study, A young business man from Florida named Jason Sadler. He owns
an advertising company
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What is plagiarism ?
Plagiarism is using someone elses work or ideas without giving the author credits
including writing, image, pr
Participation Assignment #2
Due May 31st
In 500 words or less answer the following:
In the video below, Tim Jackson asks us to re-imagine the notion of prosperity in a
way that allow us to prosper wit
Participation Homework Assignment #1
In the documentary The Corporation, Bakan argues that since corporations are
required by law to put profits for their shareholders above all other considerations
(
Oxford Cereals fills thousands of boxes of cereal during an 8-hour shift. The be consistent
with package labelling, boxes should contain a mean of 368 grams of cereal. Because of the
speed of the proc
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A college reports that in the past, the ages of its undergraduate students was normally distributed with a mean of 21.3
years. In the following table, you ar
Caveat emptor a term that many of us have a general understanding of. Its literal translation is let the buyer
beware and it essentially stands for the proposition that absent an express warranty from