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STP226i8v2 QZ3.2Answer Key
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STP420i8v4QZ2.2b:RevA
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1. TrueorFalse:Everythinghasaprobability.
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2. Theprobabilityofsomethinghappeningplustheprobabilityofitnothappening=?
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Intro to Stats: HO2.3.1: Frequency Distributions
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Frequency:
Distribution:
Frequency Distribution =
Sample Data Set: cfw_3, 5, 6, 3, 7, 4, 4, 5, 7, 6, 5, 7, 2, 6
We could calcu
Business Analysis: HO2.1.1: Probability Basics
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Research:
Experiment:
Trial:
Repetition:
Event:
Outcome:
Outcome fairness:
Probability:
Pr(E):
Classic/Empirical Definition of Probability:
Pr
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Chapter 4
Probability: The
Study of
Randomness
Introduction to the Practice of
STATISTICS
EIGHTH
EDITION
Moore / McCabe / Craig
Lecture Presentation Slides
Chapter 4
Probability: The Study of
Randomness
4.1 Randomness
4.2 Probability Models
4.3 Random Var
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The correlation r measures the strength of the linear relationship
between two quantitative variables. Using the notation explained on
pp. 103104 in the text:
r :nt lz[x,;x][y.s:y]
Properties of Correlation
- r is always a number between 1 and 1.
- r> 0
Intro to Stats: HO3.2.1: Hypotheses
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concepts.
Hypothesis:
Null Hypothesis:
Alternate Hypothesis:
Example: A tire company claims that their all season radials will last an average
of 80,0
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Chapter 2
Looking at Data
Relationships
Introduction to the Practice of
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EIGHTH
EDITION
Moore / McCabe / Craig
Lecture Presentation Slides
Chapter 2
Looking at Data
Relationships
2.1 Relationships
2.2 Scatterplots
2.3 Correlation
2.4 Least-Squar
Chapter 1
Looking at Data
Distributions
Introduction to the Practice of
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EDITION
Moore / McCabe / Craig
Lecture Presentation Slides
Chapter 1
Looking at Data
Distributions
Introduction
1.1 Data
1.2 Displaying Distributions with Graphs
1.3
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Spring 2017
Introductory Applied Statistics (STP 420)
Class #: 15089
Class time: TTh 9:00 10:15am, in WXLR A118
Instructor: Dr. Marko amara
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Office: WXLR 636 (W
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Intro to Stats: HO3.2.1: Risk & Error Types
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concepts.
Failure =
Risk =
Success =
Confidence =
Risk + Confidence =
_
_
_
_ or _
_ or _
_
_
_
or
_
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_
_
or
_
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Intro to Stats: HO1.3.1: Measures of Centrality
Use this reference sheet to define the following important terms.
Populations
Samples
A Statistic:
Set Size/Count:
Mean:
Median:
Mode:
Measure of Centrality
Data Level
Ratio
Interval
Ordinal
Nominal
Mode
Me
Chapter 8
Inference for
Proportions
Introduction to the Practice of
STATISTICS
EIGHTH
EDITION
Moore / McCabe / Craig
Lecture Presentation Slides
Chapter 8
Inference for Proportions
8.1 Inference for a Single Proportion
8.2 Comparing Two Proportions
2
8.1
Chapter 12
One-Way Analysis of
Variance
Introduction to the Practice of
STATISTICS
EIGHTH
EDITION
Moore / McCabe / Craig
Lecture Presentation Slides
Chapter 12
One-Way Analysis of
Variance
12.1 Inference for One-Way Analysis of Variance
12.2 Comparing the
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