Running Head: SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY FINAL PORTFOLIO
SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY MODULE 8
MTH 156 Introduction to Statistics
Colorado State University Global Campus
Prof. Sohail Anwar
October 23, 2014
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SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY FINAL PORTFOLIO
Intr
When one thinks of the normal distribution the first thing that comes to
mind is the bell curve and grades. While this is one example of a
normal curve that is widely recognized, it is not the only one. Try to
come up with a unique normal distribution tha
Running Head: SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY
SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY MODULE 7
MTH 156 Introduction to Statistics
Colorado State University Global Campus
Prof. Sohail Anwar
October 17, 2014
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SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY
Introduction
Hypothesis testing is a
Running Head: SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY
SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY MODULE 3
MTH 156 Introduction to Statistics
Colorado State University Global Campus
Prof. Sohail Anwar
September 19, 2014
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SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY
Introduction
Websters dictionary d
Running Head: SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY
SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY MODULE 2
MTH 156 Introduction to Statistics
Colorado State University Global Campus
Prof. Sohail Anwar
September 12, 2014
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VARIABLE 18 DATA
Exchange of Goods
Mean
4.89
SPRINGDALE SHOPPIN
For my visual representation I chose a line chart from a news publication by the
Discover Magazine Website called The Real Story On That Anti Depressant Surge.
The line chart shown below covers many years and has continuous data. It is
visually strong and
Running Head: SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY
SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY
MTH 156 Introduction to Statistics
Colorado State University Global Campus
Prof. Sohail Anwar
September 2, 2014
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SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY
Introduction
Statistics refers to the use of
Running Head: SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY
SPRINGDALE SHOPPING SURVEY MODULE 6
MTH 156 Introduction to Statistics
Colorado State University Global Campus
Prof. Sohail Anwar
October 9, 2014
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Introduction
The use of inferential s
One can calculate the 95% confidence interval for the mean with the population
standard deviation known. This will give us an upper and a lower confidence limit.
What happens if we decide to calculate the 99% confidence interval? Describe how
the increase
Running head: CONSUMER MATHEMATICS #2
Consumer Mathematics #2
Elizabeth R. Mayoka
MTH109- Mathematical Explorations
Colorado State University Global Campus
Abdol Daghighi
27 September 2016
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CONSUMER MATHEMATICS #2
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Consumer Mathematics #2
As a basic alg
Option #2: Probability #2
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Option #2: Probability #2
(MTH109) Mathematical Explorations
Colorado State University Global Campus
June 25, 2015
Option #2: Probability #2
1).
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The probability of being dealt two pairs in a five card poker hand is 0.0475. Wh
Option #2: Probability #2
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Option #2: Probability #2
Nikkia George
(MTH109) Mathematical Explorations
Colorado State University Global Campus
Professor Craig Storlie
June 25, 2015
Option #2: Probability #2
1).
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The probability of being dealt two pairs i
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Movie Title
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32 Zero Dark Thirty
23 Silver Linings Playbook
74 Moonrise Kingdom
73 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
13 Lincoln
94 Monsters, Inc. (3D)
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86 Lawless
81 What to Expect When You're Exp
PROBABILITY OPTION 1 MODULE 3
Probability Option 1 Module 3
Jason Wheeler
MTH410 Quantitative Business Analysis
Colorado State University Global Campus
Professor Abdol Daghighi
November 29, 2015
1
PROBABILITY OPTION 1 MODULE 3
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Probability Option 1 Modul
CASE STUDY MODULE 2
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Case Study Module 2
Jason Wheeler
FIN400 Analyzing Financial Statements
Colorado State University Global Campus
Professor Peter Bush
January 18, 2015
CASE STUDY MODULE 2
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Case Study Module 2
A case study originally printed in Manage
SAMPLING AND STATISTICAL INFERENCE OPTION 1 MODULE 5
Sampling and Statistical Inference Option 1 Module 5
Jason Wheeler
MTH410 Quantitative Business Analysis
Colorado State University Global Campus
Professor Abdol Daghighi
December 13, 2015
1
SAMPLING AND
Running head: Probabilities of Graduation and Publication
Probabilities of Graduation and Publication
MTH 156- Introduction to Statistics
Colorado State University Global Campus
May 23, 2015
1
Probabilities of Graduation and Publication
2
Probabilities of
I analyzed the steps I have taken per day according to my fit bit for the past 14 days and the average
temperature outside.
SUMMARY
OUTPUT
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R Square
0.127452867
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intermediate calculations and other answers to 4 decimal places}
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intermediate calculations and other answers to 4 decimal places.}
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population mean, the population variance, and the population standard deviation. {Round your
intermediate calculations t
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allows you to take advantage of the potential for growth in foreign economies, particulariy in emerging
markets. Janice Wong is considering investment in eithe
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Consider the following returns for two investments, A and B, over the past four years:
Investment 1: 6% 9% —9‘l-ﬁ 151-1:
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a-1. Calculate the mean for each investment. {Round your answers to 2 decimal