COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD
Number: MATH A160
ORIGINATOR: Dale Nauta
FORMERLY KNOWN AS:
CROSS LISTED COURSE:
TITLE: Introduction to Statistics
EFF TERM: Spring 2016
DATE OF
OUTLINE/REVIEW: 03-02-2016
TOP NO: 1701.00
CID: MATH 110
SEMESTER UNITS: 4.0
HRS LEC:
Math 160 Stats: Practice Test 3 Ch 6
For problems 1-4, sketch the normal curve and answer the question.
1)
Pete drives to work each morning at about the same time. His commute time is normally distributed
with a mean of 32 minutes and a standard deviation
Math 160 - Cooley
TI Calculator Handout #1
OCC
Histograms on the TI-84+ Calculator
Example: Consider the data, 1, 1, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 9, 9, 10. Construct a frequency
histogram for the data. In order to answer this question, we
Oran Gutierrez, Farnoosh Nadalizadeh, Madasyn Mishoe
Jennifer Giddings-Aggleton
MathA160IntrotoStatistics
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Case Study Discussion
Chapter2
WORLDSRICHESTPEOPLE
Forbesmagazinepublishesalistoftheworldsrichestpeople.Basedona2013Forbesarti
cle,t
Oran Gutierrez, Farnoosh Nadalizadeh, Madasyn Mishoe
Jennifer Giddings-Aggleton
Math A160 Intro to Statistics
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Case Study Discussion
Chapter 2
WORLDS RICHEST PEOPLE
Forbes magazine publishes a list of the worlds richest people. Based on
Exam 1 Review Math 160
1. Given data, list the lower quartile (box and whisker plots)
2. Given data, find the mode, mean, median
3. Decide if the information is descriptive or inferential
4. Write out the sample space for a simple random sample
5. Create
The data for the amount of wealth in billions of dollars was organized using cutpoint grouping.
Starting from 20 using a width of 5 the first class constructed is 20 under 25 and the last class
constructed is "70 under 75, since the maximum amount is 73.
Table below shows the ages of the Worlds richest people. The age data is organized in column
one, using limit grouping with the width of 10, starting with (30-39) as the first class and (90-99)
is the last class. Frequency distribution is presented in the
Chapter 3: Interdependence and the Gains from Trade
o This chapter will provide:
Principle of comparative advantage. An economic agent
(household, person, country) should produce the good with
smallest opportunity cost.
Specialization and trade. Economic
Chapter 2: Thinking Like an Economist
o Economics is a science. A social science since we study people.
o Economists are scientists.
Devise theories
Collect data
Analyze these data to verify or refute the theories
o Scientific method
Dispassionate develop
Overview of Syllabus
Introduction of myself
Take Roll
Graphing: (Appendix of Chapter 2)
o Graphs purposes:
Visually express ideas that might be less clear if described with
equations or words.
Powerful way of finding and interpreting patterns.
o Graphs o
Chapter 4: The Market Forces of Supply and Demand
o This chapter introduces the market. Specifically, we introduce demand for
products or services, and supply for products or services.
o Market:
Market for good or service X: A group of buyers and sellers
Exam
Name_
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) Discuss the range of possible values for probabilities. Give examples to support each.
2) On an exam question
Exam
Name_
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) For a variable with a density curve, what is the relationship between the percentage of all
possible observat
Exam
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) True or false? For any discrete random variable, the possible values of the random variable form a
finite
Exam
Name_
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) For a particular population, the _ mean is a constant and the _
mean is a variable.
1)
2) Explain what each s
Exam
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Tell whether the statement is true or false.
1) A discrete variable always yields numerical values.
A) True
1)
B) False
2) The possible value
Exam
Name_
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) Fill in the following blanks: The two major types of statistics are _ statistics
and _ statistics.
1)
2) Defi
The area to the left of x, represents the probability:
P(X < x)
The area to the right is then:
P(X > x) = 1 P(X < x)
The area between a and b, represents the probability:
P(a < X < b) = P(X < b) P(X < a)
Empirical Rule for Variables:
Property 1:
68.26%
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Chapter 13: Inference for Tables
Chi-Square Procedures
Section 13.1
Chi-Square Goodness-of-Fit Tests
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In the previous chapter,
we discussed inference
procedures for
comparing the
proportion of successes
for two populations or
treatments. Sometimes
we
Introduction to Statistics
Practice Exam
December 12, 2016
1. Boris obtained the data from the 20 most recent transaction at the store: 19.9 18.5 15 16.6 19.8 19.8
14.8 18.5 20 13.8 15.1 17.2 15.5 11.3 11.6 14.8 11.8 11.1 17.1 10.8 .
(a) Use cut-point gro
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Intro to Statistics
OCC
Section 13.1 Chi-Square Distribution
Basic Properties of 2-Curves
Property 1: The total area under a 2-curve equals 1.
Property 2: A 2-curve starts at 0 on the horizontal axis and extends indefinitely to the right
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Intro to Statistics
OCC
Section 1.2 Simple Random Sampling
Census Obtaining information for the entire population of interest.
Representative sample A sample that reflects as closely as possible the relevant characteristics of the
popula