Chris Anderson
Annotated Source List
Abinder, Marc. "Is D.C. Prepared for a Tsunami?" Nationaljournal.com 11 Mar.
U.S. History In Context. Web. 21 Nov. 2013.
2011.
Summary: Article
The basis of this article was talking about if D.C is prepared for a tsuna
Course Number: POLS 2305-W02
Time: Virtual (May 30-June 30, 2017)
Term: Summer I 2017
Office Telephone: 361-825-2215
Name of Instructor: Dr. Ozymy
Office: BH 304
Office Hours: Virtual
E-Mail: [email protected]
U.S. Government and Politics
Course Des
Eliza Onwubiko
History 1301
Professor Robinson
November 16, 2015
Reading Response #6
From 1840 to 1861 there had been a time of several debates of expansion and the issue
that might come with it. Whether expansion had been needed or whether it could becom
Case Study #2
Breast conditions
Differential diagnoses
Fibroadenoma: Considering the patient's history, fibroadenoma might be considered as
one of the differential diagnoses, however according to Schilling and Likis (2013), fibroadenoma
is described as fi
For the Liberal Ideology Question, I chose There are no savage and civilized peoples; there are
only different cultures. I agree with this statement because, we didnt choose where we were
born or how we were raised. Liberals tend to be more power and prot
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History 1301 Online - Midterm Exam
Due uploaded to Blackboard by Sunday July 16th at 11:59pm.
For these take home essays, you will submit a file to Blackboard containing your answers for two of the
three questions below. Since this is a take-h
Eliza Onwubiko
Melanie McMahon
TR: 12:30-1:20
Primary Analysis # 2
The Eugenic Value of Birth Control Propaganda. This was a topic that stirred up many
questions and criticism towards Eugenics and those who believed in their cause during the 20th
century.
The one big thing that us humans take for granted is the worlds environment. Although
we humans have not been on this earth we have done more damage than imagined. "The
last 50 years have without a doubt seen one of the most rapid transformation of the
hu
Eliza Onwubiko
Professor Costanzo
Primary Source 1
What does it mean to be free? This is a question that postbellum African Americans were
still unable to answer.
There are many definitions of the reconstruction era (postbellum America). Eric Foner,
autho
Finding Primary Sources for the Papers
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Digital History
Digital History can be accessed via http:/tiny.cc/digitaldocs. That link will take you to a page at an online
textbook
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Experiment 9
1. A)
Null Hypothesis: mean salary for men = mean salary for women
Alternative Hypothesis: mean salary for men mean salary for women
M2-M1 0
P-value: 0.0035
Conclusion: Since the p-value is less than the significance level of 0.05, we reject
Experiment 8
1 a.
Null Hypothesis: The proportion of Hispanics = 50%
Alternative Hypothesis: The proportion of Hispanics is greater than 50%
p-value is 0.0001
we reject the null hypothesis, and support the claim given.
1 b.
Null Hypothesis: The proportion
REPORT
LAB ASSIGNMENT #10
Ngoc Do
Rebecca Aguilar
1. WEIGHT and HEIGHT
a. The linear correlation coefficient:
_ For male: r = 0.6272 (Figure 1)
_ For female: r = 0.5565 (Figure 2)
From the data, we can see that there is a significant correlation between h
Team Members: Nhi Truong, Gabriella Gracia, Kaytlynn Rodriguez
MATH 1442 W01
Date: 04/02/2017
REPORT
LAB ASSIGNMENT #7
1. Confidence intervals for the proportions for each level of: SEX, RACE, ED
LEVEL, MARITAL STATUS, and SMOKE
2. Confidence interval for
LAB ASSIGNMENT 9
Ngoc Do
1. Test the claim that the mean salary for males is greater than the mean salary for
females at 0.05 significant level.
H0: 1 = 2
H1: 1 > 2
The
results
shown
above
indicate that the hypothesis that is being tested is written in th
LAB ASSIGNMENT 8
Ngoc Do
Rebecca Aguilar
1. Test the following hypothesis for proportions using a significance level of =0.05:
a. Test the claim that the proportion of Hispanics is greater than 50%.
Fail to reject the null hypothesis because P-value is sm
REPORT
LAB ASSIGNMENT #6
Team Members:
Rebecca Aguilar
Ngoc Do
1. Histogram and Q-Q plot (Normal probability plot) for each continuous variable
For variable of age, we are able to see that the data shows that it is normal with no
outliers. We can conclude
Team Members: Nhi Truong, Gabriella Gracia, Kaytlynn Rodriguez
MATH 1442 W01
Date: 03/03/2017
REPORT
LAB ASSIGNMENT #4
1. Straight-up bets of $1
After doing the formula for the straight-up bets for $1, we were super lucky that our
$1000 didnt go back to $
REPORT
LAB ASSIGNMENT #3
Team Members:
Rebecca Aguilar
Ngoc Do
Brittani Monk
I.
Summary Statistics
1. Summary statistic for each numeric variable (with mean, median, mode,
range, standard deviation, variance, CV, and five-number summary)
a. Age
b. Height
REPORT
LAB ASSIGNMENT #2
Team Members:
Rebecca Aguilar
Ngoc Do
Brittani Monk
1. Graph for numeric-continuous variable
a. Histogram for Age
b. Steam and leaf plot for Height
c. Histogram for Weight
d. Histogram for BMI
e. Histogram for Sys_BP
f. Histogram