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STA 100
Assignment, Topic 2
5/28/14
Two examples in mass media, or journal articles, that the conclusion is suspicious/wrong.
1. NBC Meet the Press interview with Texas Governor Rick Perry
Assignment#1
Question #1: Two examples in mass media, or journal articles, that the conclusion is
suspicious/wrong.
Example #1: http:/www.foxnews.com/health/2014/05/27/stressfulrelationshipsmayraise
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Chapter 7 Hypothesis Testing
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STA 100  Lecture 4
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Lecture 1
Statistics The science of collecting, describing, and analyzing data. We use statistics to draw
inference on unknown quantities using data we collect.
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Handout #1
Instructor: KuoJung Lee
TA: Brian Shea
The pdf file for this class is available
Stat 100 Solution to HW #1
Practice problems
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Statistics 100 Spring 2013
Sample Final
PROBLEM 1
Change in weight was observed in 14 patients (SEM group) being seen at a local cardiac
rehabilitation center. The patients were advised to exercise an
Stat 100 Homework 2 Solutions
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Statistics 100B Spring 2013
Sample Midterm
PROBLEM 1
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medical oce for hypertension. The patients were advised to exe
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