SRM 502
Homework Assignment 7
Answer the following questions. For hand calculations feel free to use anything like Excel to
make the calculations easier and quicker. Use SAS only when directed.
1. An anesthesiologist studied the effects of codeine and acu
SRM 502
Homework Assignment 6
Answer the following questions. For hand calculations feel free to use anything like Excel to
make the calculations easier and quicker. Use SAS only when directed.
1. The number of pounds of steam used per month at a plant is
SRM 502
Homework Assignment 4
Answer the following questions. For hand calculations feel free to use anything like Excel to
make the calculations easier and quicker. Use SAS only when directed.
1. Respond to each of the following questions using this part
SRM 502
Homework Assignment 8
Answer the following questions. For hand calculations feel free to use anything like Excel to
make the calculations easier and quicker. Use SAS only when directed.
1. Consider the following data set, which consists of three r
SRM 502
Homework Assignment 1
Answer the following questions. For hand calculations feel free to use anything like
Excel to make the calculations easier and quicker. Use SAS only when directed.
1. The score on a physical-performance test for boys of junio
SRM 502
Homework Assignment 2
Answer the following questions. For hand calculations feel free to use anything like
Excel to make the calculations easier and quicker. Use SAS only when directed.
1. Briefly respond to the following.
(a) Describe in your own
SRM 502
Homework Assignment 3
Answer the following questions. For hand calculations feel free to use anything like Excel to
make the calculations easier and quicker. Use SAS only when directed.
1. Agricultural researchers are studying the productivity of
Case Study 4: Renal System
A 46 year old woman, Susan Grey, was seen by a physician and diagnosed with a moderate case
of strep-throat. She was prescribed 1000mg amoxicillin daily to be taken for 12 days. After 6 days she
felt better and stopped taking he
Chapter 2
Environmental Epidemiology
What is Environmental
Epidemiology?
The
study of diseases and health
conditions (occurring in the population)
that are linked to environmental
factors.
These
exposures usually are
involuntary.
Give me an example
Epid
Lab 2:
Introduction to MS Excel Part 2
Introduction:
The purpose of this lab is to introduce you to additional tools in Excel.
Lab Expectations:
Labs should be word-processed. Hand-written lab reports will not be accepted.
All graphs and/or tables shoul
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3.1 MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY
RECALL:
CHAPTER 3 DATA DESCRIPTION
SECTION 3.1 MEASURES OF
CENTRAL TENDENCY
Population: Collection of all subjects that are being
studied.
Sample: A group of subjects selected from a
population.
Parameter:
A ch
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RANGE
The
R
highest value minus the lowest value.
is used for the range.
R = highest value lowest value
CHAPTER 3 DATA DESCRIPTION
Football
Playoff Statistics. The number of
yards gained in NFL playoff games by rookie
quarterbacks is shown.
19
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Z
CHAPTER 3 DATA DESCRIPTION
SCORE (OR STANDARD SCORE)
The number of standard deviations that a data value falls
above or below the mean.
In General, the formula is
SECTION 3.3 MEASURES OF
POSITION
SECTION 3.4 EXPLORATORY DATA
ANALYSIS
z=
For pop
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+
+
Mutually Exclusive Events
Two or more events that cannot occur at the same
time (i.e. they have no outcomes in common).
EXAMPLE: Are the following events mutually exclusive?
Getting a 7 and getting a jack?
Getting a club and getting a king.
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Section 5.1 Probability Distributions
Section 5.2 Mean, Variance, Standard
Deviation, and Expectation
STAT 150 Day 9
M. Morgan
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Determine the discrete
probability distribution
for tossing three coins.
Number of
Heads X
Probability P
(X)
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Independence vs. Dependence
Independent Events
Two or more events in
which the occurrence of
one event does impact the
possible occurrence of the
other events.
Examples:
Examples:
Tossing a coin and
drawing a card from a
deck.
Tossing a coi
Testing The Difference Between 2 Means: Z -Test
Monday, November 18, 2013
11:20 AM
Hypothesis: Ho: 1 = 2
Formula for Test:
And:
Ha: 1 2 Two Tail
One Tail
.10
.05
.025
.01
.005
Ha: 1 < 2 Left Tail
Two Tail
.20
.10
.05
.02
.01
Ha: 1> 2 Right Tail
z-value