1094 Appendix
TABLE 3
Probability of Type 11
error curves for a = .01
(onesided)
TABLE 3
Probability of Type I]
error curves for a = .05
(one-sided)
Probability of Type 11 error
0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8 2.0 2.2 2.4 2.6 2.8 3.0 3.2 3.4 3.6
Homework 11
Chapter 11
Reading Assignment
Read 11.3 through 11.5
11.31 The extent of disease transmission can be affected greatly by the viability of infectious organisms
suspended in the air. Because of the infectious nature of the disease under study, t
Homework 10
Chapter 11
Reading Assignment
Read 11.1, 11.2, and 11.7
11.4
Use the accompanying data to answer (a) and (b).
x
3
5
7
9
y
a.
b.
c.
1
1
4
8
9
12
Determine the least-squares prediction equation.
Use the least-squares prediction equation to predi
Homework 9
Chapter 15
Reading Assignment
Section 15.3
Three dye formulas for a certain synthetic fiber are under consideration by a textile manufacturer
who wishes to know whether the three are in fact different in quality. To aid in this decision, the
ma
WASHDAY PRODUCTS
An industrial chemist wanted to study the effectiveness of a number of washday products in removing soil from
cloth during a typical washing process. Specifically, the chemist wanted to see whether the form of the detergent
had an effect
Homework 8
Chapter 9
Reading Assignment
Read Sections 9.1 through 9.5
To compare four gasoline blends, researchers conducted an experiment using 20 cars of the same
type, model, and engine size with five randomly assigned to each of the blends. Below are
Homework 13
Chapter 10
Reading Assignment
Read sections 10.1 through 10.4 and 10.6
10.18 The benign mucosal cyst is the most common lesion of a pair of sinuses in the upper
jawbone. In a random sample of 800 males, 35 persons were observed to have a benig
Homework 12
Chapters 12
Reading Assignment
Read sections 12.1 through 12.5
A company wants to study the relationship between the price of a Pentium personal computer and variables
that describe the computers features. The variables are RAM (number of mega
Pain reliever Dosage and Time to Relief
A pharmaceutical company conducted an experiment to analyze the effects of a new pain reliever. The pain
reliever was administered in dosage levels 0f 2, 5, 7, or 10 milligrams. The time until a noticeable relief of
Test 3 Information
ANOVA Formuli for a Randomized Complete Block Design
TSS y ij y
t
b
2
i 1 j 1
t
SST b y i y
2
MST SST t 1
2
MSB SSB b 1
i 1
SSB t y j y
b
j 1
SSE y ij y i y j y TSS SST SSB
t
b
2
MSE SSE
i 1 j 1
t 1b 1
Fobs MST MSE
Confidence Interva
Test 2 Information
Test Statistic and Confidence Interval Formuli for a Single Population Variance
n 1s 2 n 1s 2
n 1s 2
2
2
obs
, 2
02
2, n 1 1 2, n 1
Test Statistic and Confidence Interval Formuli for Two Population Variances
s12
s12
s12
1
2
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Hello
Tuesday, March 04, 2008
6:00 PM
Good Evening
Tuesday 04 February 2008
Welcome to Experimental Statistics
801
Today, We'll:
Questions ?
MORE ANOVA (compare 2 or more means)
-Are any means different ?
-Which means are different ?
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Tuesday, February 26, 2008
6:00 PM
Good Evening
Tuesday 26 February 2008
Welcome to Experimental Statistics
801
Today, We'll:
Questions ?
Hypothesis test
for: two means : independent samples
: dependent (paired) samples.
for: two variances: indepe
Tuesday, October 07, 2008
6:00 PM
Good Evening
Tuesday 07 Oct 2008
Welcome to Experimental Statistics
801
Today, We'll:
Questions ?
(1-alpha)% Confidence Interval for a mean,
variance and proportion.
Hypothesis test for one mean, variance, proportion
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
6:00 PM
Good Evening
Tuesday 23 Sep 2008
Welcome to Experimental Statistics
801
Today, We'll:
Questions ?
(1-alpha)% Confidence Interval for a mean,
variance and proportion.
Hypothesis test for one mean, variance, proportion
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
6:00 PM
Good Evening
Tuesday 16 Sep 2008
Welcome to Experimental Statistics
801
Today, We'll:
Questions ?
The Central Limit Theorem
(1-alpha)% Confidence Interval for a mean,
variance and proportion.
Hypothesis test for one
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
6:00 PM
Good Evening
Tuesday 09 Sep 2008
Welcome to Experimental Statistics
801
Today, We'll:
Questions ?
(1-alpha)% Confidence Interval
Probability for discrete events
-8, no, 9 concepts about probabilities
-a few calculati
Tuesday, September 02, 2008
7:00 PM
Good Evening
Tuesday 02 September 2008
Welcome to Experimental Statistics
801
Today, We'll:
Do Introduction Stuff
Begin Descriptive Statistics:
-Center (location)
mean, median, mode and others
-Spread (variation)
rang
SAS Program to Calculate Binomial Probabilities
The PROBBNML(p,n,m) function is used to calculate probabilities for the binomial distribution. The
function returns the probability that an observation from a binomial distribution, with parameters p and
n,
SAS Program to Calculate Normal Probabilities
The PROBNORM(z) function is used to calculate probabilities for the standard normal distribution. The
function returns the probability that an observation from the standard normal distribution is less than or
STATISTICS FORMULAS
Probability
General Discrete Distribution
Binomial Distribution
Parameters of the Sampling Distributions of x, ^, x1-x2 and ^1-p 2
p
p ^
Inferences Based on a Single Sample
Large Samples
Use s if is not known.
Small Samples
Populatio
Introduction to Statistics
Statistics are used everyday to help us look at information and make decisions. For example, medical studies
use statistics to determine possible causes of a disease. Engineers use statistics to predict the life of a part or
dev