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Biochem 440B
Fall 2013
Problem Set 2
Due Thursday September 13, 2012
1) The standard state reaction enthalpy for the combustion of palmitic acid has been
determined.
CH3 (CH 2 )14 COOH (solid ) 23O2 (
STAT200 Homework 2
Due Sep 12, 2014
1. Barium-137 m is a radioactive form of the element barium that decays very rapidly. In an
experiment the radioactivity of a sample of barium-137m is measured at t
STAT200 Homework 1
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1. A survey of students in an introductory statistics class asked the following questions: (1) age; (2)
gender; (3) number of the students in your hig
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Biochem/Chem 440b
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1. The following two reactions are part of glycolysis.
I fructose 6-phosphate + ATP fructose 1,6,-bisphosphate + ADP
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5 numbers in a fivenumber summary
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information from the
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lowest value
lower quartile
median
upper quartile
highest value
sample; population
Consider an experiment th
STAT 200 Homework 7 Due Date: Oct 21, 2016
1. Confidence Interval Mistakes and Misunderstandings
Suppose that 100 randomly selected members of Karaoke Channel were
asked
STAT200 Homework 8
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1. *In a study about the association between increase of food calories and increase of the
weight, 16 rats were fed 300 calories per week in excess of the calories
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A local farmer is interested in comparing the yields o
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1. The Titanic. On April 15, 1912, on her maiden voyage, the Titanic collided with an iceberg and
sank. The ship did not have enough lifeboats for the 2224 passenge
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1. The website funtonia.com maintains a its list of top ringtones in terms of downloads. Here are
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Moore IPS 7e Chapter 2 completed
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A major study examined the relationship between cause of death (heart attack, cancer,
stroke, accident, etc.) and age. A good w
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Moore IPS 7e Chapter 5 completed
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Suppose that you are a student worker in the Statistics Department and they agree to pay
you using the Random Pay system. Each
Moore IPS 7e Chapter 1 completed
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A sample of 160 workers in the downtown area classified each worker by race. A bar graph
of the results is given below, but the
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Researchers are studying the absorption of two drugs into the bloodstream. Each drug is to
be injected at three dosages. There
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A college basketball player makes 80% of his free throws. At the beginning of
a game he misses his first two free throws. We may correctly conclude
a. he will make his next eight shots.
b. he
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Chapter 2
Looking at Data
Relationships
2.1 Relationships
2.2 Scatterplots
2.3 Correlation
2.4 Least-Squares Regression
2.5 Cautions about Correlation and Regression
2.6 Data Analysis for Two-Way Tabl
1.4 Density Curves and
Normal Distributions
Density curves
Measuring center and spread for density curves
Normal distributions
The 68-95-99.7 rule
Standardizing observations
Using the standard Normal
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Chapter 3
Producing Data
Introduction
3.1 Sources of Data
3.2 Design of Experiments
3.3 Sampling Design
3.4 Toward Statistical Inference
3.5 Ethics
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3.1 Sources of Data
Anecdotal data
Available dat
3.3 Sampling Design
Population and sample
Voluntary response sample
Simple random sample
Stratified samples
Undercoverage and nonresponse
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Population and Sample
The distinction between population and
STAT 200, Fall 2017
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2.3 Correlation
The correlation coefficient r
Properties of r
Influential points
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Measuring Linear Association
A scatterplot displays the strength, direction, and form of the
relationship between
Chapter 12
One-Way Analysis of
Variance
Introduction to the Practice of
STATISTICS
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EDITION
Moore / McCabe / Craig
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Chapter 12
One-Way Analysis of
Variance
12.1 Infere
Chapter 10
Inference for
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Introduction to the Practice of
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Moore / McCabe / Craig
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Chapter 10
Inference for Regression
10.1 Simple Linear
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One-Way Analysis of
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Introduction to the Practice of
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One-Way Analysis of
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12.1 Infere