KMA153 - Data Handling and Statistics 1
2016
Computing week 5: The Normal distribution
The main aims of the week 5 lab are to
Learn how to compute with the Normal distribution in Excel
Give you the skills you need for Quiz 2.
Normal distributions
The no

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Boat
Catch
Value
Experienced
Age of boat
Equipment
Search
Time
1
43
68
yes
old
above av
adequate
140.0
2
43
84
yes
old
average
sophisticated
3
41
62
no
new
above av
sophisticated
4
50
86
yes
new
average
adequat

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Boat
Catch
Value
Experienced
Age of boat
Equipment
Search
Time
1
43
68
yes
old
above av
adequate
140.0
2
43
84
yes
old
average
sophisticated
3
41
62
no
new
above av
sophisticated
4
50
86
yes
new
average
adequat

KMA153 Data Handling and Statistics
Project 1 Checklist
Swap your draft report with someone else in your tutorial group and assess it against the following checklist. When
you are done go back and look at your own report and try to self-assess it against

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Boat
Catch
Value
Experienced
Age of boat
Equipment
Search
Time
1
43
68
yes
old
above av
adequate
140.0
2
43
84
yes
old
average
sophisticated
3
41
62
no
new
above av
sophisticated
4
50
86
yes
new
average
adequat

Exercise Zero Divisors
1
Definition:
aR
R is a ring.
a is a zero divisor of R
Exercise 1a:
Dr. Howard B. Hamilton
Dr. Kimberley Elce
Richard Kelley
Benjamin Etgen
Quoc Phung
and
a 0.
b R and b 0 such that
Find all zero divisors in Z 6.
Solution:
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Project 1
Describing and presenting statistical information
ADMINISTRATION
Assessed assignment:
Due date for submission:
Place of submission:
Dataset:
worth 15% of final mark
Monday 8th August
Submit the project to the MyLO Dropbox
Available from the Proj

Permutations
Definition:
A permutation of a set X is a rearrangement of its elements.
Example:
Let X = cfw_1, 2, 3. Then there are 6 permutations:
123, 132, 213, 231, 312, 321.
Definition0 :
A permutation of a set X is a one-one correspondence (a bijectio

The Structure of Zero-Divisor Graphs
Natalia I. Cordova, Clyde Gholston, Helen A. Hauser
July 25, 2005
Abstract
Let (Zn ) be the zero-divisor graph whose vertices are the nonzero zerodivisors of Zn , and such that two vertices u, v are adjacent if n divid