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STATS 112
Lab 0: Intro to Lab Activities
Logging into the computers at the lab
1. Log in as user name guest and password guest.
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Statistics: A Window to Understanding Diversity: Fall 2016
Instructor Mahtash Esfandiari
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Instructor email: [email protected], [email protected]
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Different Types of Variables and Methods of
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Describe the importance of identification of
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Stat 112 Fall 2017
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Individual Reaction paper Two
Due date: October 15th 2017
Write two things that caught your attention from the talk by Dr. Brown. A paragraph or two is
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Observational and Experimental Studies
The objective of this lecture is to
Introduce you to observational and experimental
studies,
Provide you with examples of observation
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HW 5 Solutions (Partial)
Problem A:
a) p-hat for Stats112 is 38/72 = .5278 (about 53% of the sample walked)
p-hat for Stats 10 is 290/357= 0.8123 (about 81% of the sample walked).
If we assume that th
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Some solutions are in the back of your book.
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Problem 36
The Stata command summarize tv tells us that the average hours watched were 6.657 and the
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Chpt 6, no. 12
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Statistics 112 PS Solution #9 (Fall 2007)
Problem Set 9 Solution Multiple Regression (Part I)
Part (a):
The correlation coefficient is 0.0804, which means it is weak and positive.
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1. In a study to test the effectiveness of various diets. 40 subjects were randomly assigned
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Instructor email: [email protected], [email protected]
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Stat 112: Individual Reaction paper week one
Due Thursday October 5th by eleven PM
Read the paper by Hurtado and others posted in the diversity folder of week one on CCLE and
answer the following two
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Statistics 112 Session One Professor Esfandiari Winter 2007
I The objective of this lecture is to A. Make you familiar with the following terms: Data: The information gathered from data and experiment
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