Question 1
1 / 1 point
How many Kleenex should the Kimberly Clark Corporation package of tissues contain?
Researchers determined that 60 tissues is the average number of tissues used during a cold.
Suppose a random sample of 100 Kleenex users yielded the
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Elementary Statistics
Assignment 4.5 (1-11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 22): Worked Attached
1. Interpreting "At Least One" You want to find the probability of getting at least 1
defect when 10 heart pacemakers are randomly selected a
Question 1
1 / 1 point
TABLE 10-16
A realtor wants to compare the average sales-to-appraisal ratios of residential properties sold in
four neighborhoods (A, B, C, and D). Four properties are randomly selected from each
neighborhood and the ratios recorded
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Elementary Statistics
Assignment 4.3 (1-14, 17, 18, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 33, 34, 35, 36): Work
Attached
1. Disjoint Events A single trial of some procedure is conducted and the
resulting events are analyzed. in your own words, describe
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Elementary Statistics
Assignment 4.2 (1-18)
1. Interpreting Probability Based on recent results, the probability of someone in the
United Sates being injured while using sports or recreation equipment is 1/500. What
does it mean when
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Elementary Statistics
Assignment 4.7 (1-22, 24): Work Attached
1. Permutations and Combinations What is the basic difference between a situation requiring
application of the permutations rule and one that requires the combination rule
December 2011
ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCY #1
YOU ARRIVE ON SCENE AS A RESCUERS ARE PULLING A 20 Y/O FEMALE FROM AN ICE COVERED
CREEK. THE FEMALE HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE CREEK ONTO DRY LAND AND IS
COMPLETELY SOAKED AND APPEARS DROWSY.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
NATUR
December 2011
POISONING/OVERDOSE #1
YOU ARRIVE TO FIND AN 18 YEAR OLD MALE LYING ON THE FLOOR. HE APPEARS VERY SLEEPY.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
NATURE OF ILLNESS?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ON STANDBY
HAVE PARTNER TAKE C-SPINE STABILIZATION
PRIMARY
December 2011
ALTERED MENTAL STATUS ASSESSMENT
WHEN YOU ARIVE ON SCENE YOU ARE MET BY A MAN WHO SAYS HIS WIFE ISNT ACTING NORMAL.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
NATURE OF ILLNESS?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ON STANDBY
HAVE PARTNER TAKE C-SPINE STABILIZAT
December 2011
BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT #1
YOU HAVE BEEN DISPATCHED TO A CASINO WHERE YOUR PATIENT, A 45 YEAR OLD MALE STATES
HE WANTS TO END IT ALL.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
NATURE OF ILLNESS?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ON STANDBY
HAVE PARTNER TAKE C-
December 2011
CARDIAC ASSESSMENT #2
OU RESPOND TO THE CALL OF A 46 YEAR OLD FEMALE COMPLAINING OF TIGHTNESS IN HER
CHEST.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
NATURE OF ILLNESS?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ON STANDBY
HAVE PARTNER TAKE C-SPINE STABILIZATION
PRIM
Week 5 homework
Illowsky chapter 8
100. What is meant by the term 90% confident when constructing a confidence interval for a mean?
*c.
If we took repeated samples, approximately 90% of the confidence intervals calculated from those samples
would contain
December 2011
ALLERGIC REACTION ASSESSMENT #1
YOU ARE CALLED TO A SOFTBALL FIELD WHERE THERE IS A 30 Y/O FEMALE WHO IS COMPLAINING
SHE CANT BREATHE. YOU FIND HER IN THE MIDDLE OF THE OUTFIELD, SITTING UP, GASPING FOR
AIR AND HOLDING HER ARM.
BSI
SCENE SAF
December 2011
ALLERGIC REACTION ASSESSMENT #2
YOU HAVE BEEN DISPATCHED TO A FOOTBALL STADIUM WHERE YOUR PATIENT, A 28 YEAR OLD
MALE IS HAVING DIFFICULTY BREATHING.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
MECHANISM OF INJURY?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ON STANDBY
Week 4 homework
Lane chapter 7
8. Assume the speed of vehicles along a stretch of I-10 has an approximately normal distribution with a mean of 71 mph
and a standard deviation of 8 mph.
a. The current speed limit is 65 mph. What is the proportion of vehicl
Quiz
2
Directions:
Read and sign the academic honesty certification statement below, then read the questions carefully and
answer them to the best of your ability. You may write your answers on this sheet or on the sheet you do
your work on, but please sh
Quiz Submissions - Ch 1 & Ch 2 Practice Homework
HW 1 & 2
n1
1 / 1 point
Researchers are concerned that the weight of the average American school child is increasing
implying, among other things, that childrens clothing should be manufactured and marketed
Question 1
1 / 1 point
TABLE 10-16
A realtor wants to compare the average sales-to-appraisal ratios of residential properties sold in
four neighborhoods (A, B, C, and D). Four properties are randomly selected from each
neighborhood and the ratios recorded
December 2011
BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT #3
YOU HAVE BEEN DISPATCHED TO A COLLEGE DORMITORY WHERE YOUR PATIENT, A 20 YEAR OLD
FEMALE STUDENT WHO STATES SHE WANTS TO MEET HER MAKER.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
MECHANISM OF INJURY?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
December 2011
OBSTETRICAL ASSESSMENT #1
YOU ARRIVE ON SCENE WHERE A 26 Y/O FEMALE IS LAYING ON THE COUCH YELLING THE BABY
IS COMING AND THE PAIN IS KILLING ME
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
NATURE OF ILLNESS?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ON STANDBY
HAVE PA
Chapter 8.1: Review and Preview
In statistics, a hypothesis is a claim or statement about a property of a population. A hypothesis test is a
procedure for testing a claim about a property of a population.
Chapter 8.2: Basics of Hypothesis Testing
Part 1:
Chapter 7 Vocabulary
Confidence Interval (or interval estimate) is a range (or an interval) of values used to
estimate the true value of a population parameter.
Confidence Level: The probability 1 - alpha that the confidence interval actually does
contain
Central Limit Theorem
Given
1. The random variable x has a distribution (which may or may not be normal) with
mean M and standard deviation o
2. Simple random sample of all the same size n are selected from the population
Conclusions
1. The distribution o
Random Variables:
A random variable is a variable that has a single numerical value, determined by
chance, for each outcome of a procedure. A probability distribution is a description that
gives the probability for each value of the random variable. It is
Definitions:
An event is any collection of results or outcomes of a procedure. A simple event is an
outcome or an event that cannot be further broken down into simpler components. The
sample space for a procedure consists of all possible simple events. Th
Binomial Probability Distrubtions
A binomial probability distribution results from a procedure that meets all the following
requirements: The procedure has a fixed number of trials, the trials must be
independent, each trial must have all outcomes classif
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Elementary Statistics
Assignment 4. 4 (1-13, 14, 15, 17, 21)
1. Independent Events Create your own example of two events that are independent,
and create another example of two other events that are dependent. Do not use
examples give
How to convert from a Nonstandard to a Standard Distribution
1. Sketch a normal cure, label the mean and the specific x values, then shade the
region representing the desired probability.
2. For each relevant value x that is a boundary for the shaded regi
Chapter 8 Vocabulary
Null hypothesis: the value of a population parameter is equal to some claimed value.
Alternative hypothesis: the parameter has a value that somehow differs from the null
hypothesis.
The critical region (or rejection region) is the set
December 2011
BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT #2
YOU RECEIVE A CALL TO RESPOND TO A 48 YEAR OLD MALE SITTING ON THE FLOOR AT A
GROCERY STORE ROCKING BACK AND FORTH AND SHAKING HIS HEAD FROM SIDE TO SIDE.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
NATURE OF ILLNESS?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDI
JANUARY 2012
POISONING/OVERDOSE #3
YOU ARRIVE TO FIND A 20 Y/O MALE LYING ON THE BATHROOM FLOOR WHO STATES I DRANK A
BOTTLE OF VODKA, PATRON, GREY GOOSE and WHISKEY. OH AND I TOOK A BOTTLE OF MOTRIN.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
NATURE OF ILLNESS?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS
December 2011
POISONING/OVERDOSE #1
YOU ARRIVE TO FIND AN 18 YEAR OLD MALE LYING ON THE FLOOR. HE APPEARS VERY SLEEPY.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
NATURE OF ILLNESS?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ON STANDBY
HAVE PARTNER TAKE C-SPINE STABILIZATION
PRIMARY
December 2011
RESPIRATORY ASSESSMENT #1
YOU RESPOND TO A 58 YEAR OLD WOMAN WITH DYSPNEA
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
MECHANISM OF INJURY?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ON STANDBY
HAVE PARTNER TAKE C-SPINE STABILIZATION
PRIMARY SURVEY / ASSESSMENT / RESUSC
December 2011
BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT #4
YOU HAVE BEEN DISPATCHED TO A CASINO WHERE OUR PATIENT, A 48 YEAR OLD MALE STATES
THAT HE REALLY MESSED UP.
BSI
SCENE SAFETY?
MECHANISM OF INJURY?
NUMBER OF PATIENTS?
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ON STANDBY
HAVE PARTNER TAKE