Chapter 1
Introduction
Definition of Statistics (page 3)
Definition 1.1.
Statistics is the branch of science that deals
with the collection, organization, analysis,
interpretation and presentation of data.
Chapter 1. Introduction
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Definition of Statistic
Gases
I. Physical
Properties
A. Kinetic Molecular
Theory
Particles
in an ideal gas
have no volume.
have elastic collisions.
are in constant, random, straightline motion.
dont attract or repel each other.
have an avg. KE directly related to
Kelvin te
5.4 Hypergeometric Distribut
ion
Hypergeometric Experiment
A random sample of size n is selected without re
placement from N items.
k of the N items may be classified as successes a
nd N k are classified as failures.
1
Hypergeometric Distribution
Let X be
School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering,
and Computer Engineering
Laboratory Experiment Report Rubric
DATE SUBMITTED:
NAME OF STUDENT:
EXPERIMENT TITLE
EVALUATOR:
ENGR. LEONARDO D. VALIENTE JR.
Poor
(1)
Fair
(2)
The laboratory report
is
APPLICATION
MIXING PROBLEM
A tank contains 1000L of brine with 15 kg of dissolved salt. Pure water
enters the tank at a rate of 10L/min. The solution is kept thoroughly
mixed and drains from the tank at the same rate. How much salt is in
the tank after t
PLATO
Classical Greek philosopher
He is a great mathematician.
He was also a former student of Socrates.
EARLY LIFE
He belonged to an aristocratic and influential
family.
Most modern scholars believe that he was
born in Athens.
His wrestling coach d
SOCRATES
Chris Mooray N. Canlapan
SOCRATES
SOCRATES
Socrates (469-399 B.C.) was a classical
Greek philosopher who is credited with laying
the fundamentals of modern Western
philosophy.
He is known for creating Socratic irony and
the Socratic method (elenc
Lecture 4
The Kinetics of Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions
Dr. AKM Shafiqul Islam
School of Bioprocess Engineering
University Malaysia Perlis
08.01.10
Michaelis-Menten Kinetics
Enzyme E and substrate S combine to form a
complex ES, which then dissociates into
MEDIEVAL
PHILOSOPHY
FIDES ET RATIO
Christine Carmela R.
Ramos, PhD
De La Salle University, Taft
Avenue, Manila
Medieval Philosophy
A.D. 500- 1500
Fall of Constantinople
Discovery of America
Beginning of
Reformation
Medieval Ages
Feudalism
God and
Religion
25 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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3
4
5
6
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Which of the following is not an occupational hazard?
a. Physical Hazard
b. Ergonomic Hazard
c. Both a and b
d. None of the above
What does 'A' stands for in A.R.E.C?
a. Analysis
b. Anticipation
c. Assistance
d.
4-1
STATISTICS for the
Utterly Confused, 2nd ed.
SLIDES PREPARED
By
Lloyd R. Jaisingh Ph.D.
Morehead State University
Morehead KY
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Chapter 4
Data Description Numerical
Measures of Position for
Ungrouped Univariate Data
4-3
Objectives
Introduction of so
Summary Measures
Summary Measures
Describing Data Numerically
Central Tendency
Quartiles
Variation
Shape
Arithmetic Mean
Range
Skewness
Median
Interquartile Range
Kurtosis
Mode
Variance
Geometric Mean
Standard Deviation
Coefficient of Variation
Functions
Frequency Distribution
OBJECTIVES:
Acquire knowledge on the
basic concept of frequency
distribution table, range,
class width, class limits,
class boundaries, and class
marks.
Identify the class size,
class marks, class
boundaries, and class limits
for t
Discrete Probability
Distribution
Examples
Binomial Probability
If you toss a coin 30 times, whats
the probability of getting exactly 8
tails?
ANS: b( 8,30, 0.5) = 30C8 x 0.58 x 0.522 = 0.0055
Binomial Probability
As voters exit the polls, you ask a repre
Counting, Permutation and
Combination Drills
Counting
A password consists of two letters of
the alphabet followed by three digits
chosen from 1 to 9. Repeats are not
allowed. How many different possible
passwords are there?
ANS: 26x25x9x8x7 = 327,600
Coun
Probability Distribution
Probability Distribution
A variable is a symbol (A, B, x, y, etc.) that can take on any of a
specified set of values
When the value of a variable is the outcome of a statistical
experiment, that variable is a random variable.
Ge
IE121 OLA2
3rd QT 2015 2016
Compute and convert all answers to decimals. (Use 4 decimal places)
1. A jewelry box contains 7 white pearl, 3 gold rings and 5 silver rings. What are the odds against
drawing a white pearl from the jewelry box? (3pts)
ANS:
No.
Probability Distribution
Continuous Probability Distributions
A continuous random variable can assume any value in an
interval on the real line or in a collection of intervals.
It is not possible to talk about the probability of the random
variable assumi
Summary Measures
Summary Measures
Describing Data Numerically
Central Tendency
Quartiles
Variation
Shape
Arithmetic Mean
Range
Skewness
Median
Interquartile Range
Kurtosis
Mode
Variance
Geometric Mean
Standard Deviation
Coefficient of Variation
Functions
EXERCISES
Exercise 1: Descriptive or Inferential Statistics
Know the different flavors of Magnolia Ice
Cream.
Number of Board Passers
Prediction by a dentist about the teeth that are
susceptible to have cavity or damage in future.
Individual Performan
IE121 SEATWORK 1
3rd QT 2015 2016
I. Sampling (10pts each)
Identify the population and the sample, and then reflect on whether the sample is likely to yield the
information desired. Explain thoroughly. (Discuss in at least 3 sentences)
1. Jozel wants to k
Counting Theorems, Permutation
and Combination
Basic Probability Concepts
The concept of probability is frequently encountered in
everyday communication.
For example, a physician may say that a patient has a 50-50
chance of surviving a certain operation.