Stats 7 Homework 4 Solutions
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Stats 7 Homework 3 Solutions
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Statistics 7 Solutions to Homework 4
Chp10: 6, Playing Cards, Parts 1 and 2 Chp12: 11, 14, 56 Chp13: 12, Betting on Red, Betting on Number 17. 10.6 1. 4 tickets in the box, one for each side of the die, labeled 1, 2, 3, and 4, respectively. 2. There are 2
Stats 7 Homework 3: Due Wednesday, Oct. 28 by 5:00pm
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Stats 7 Homework 6 Solutions
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Stats 7 Homework 5 Solutions
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Stats 7 Homework 7 Solutions
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Stats 7 Homework 3 Solutions
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Stats 7 Homework 2 Solutions
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Stats 7 Homework 1 Solutions
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Homework #4 due Thursday by 5:00pm.
EEE Evaluation (Midterm Feedback Form)
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Please fill out to let us know what is working and what
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Announcements
Interpreting Confidence Intervals
EEE Quiz opens today at 1pm closes Monday at 10am.
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attend any and all! (Prof. Hancock will be doing Lecture
A discussions 11-11:50am and 2-2:50pm)
Mid
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Homework #6 due today by 5:00pm.
Turn it in before lecture starts, or in the Stats 7A or 7B slot in
the hallway across from DBH 2202.
Homework #7 will be posted later today due
Thursday Dec. 3 by 5:00pm.
Clicker questions this week are f
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Homework #5 due Wed. by 5:00pm
Finish Section 8.4 on binomial random
variables.
Section 8
The Plan
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Finish Lecture 19 slides on sampling
distribution of a sample mean (Sec. 9.6).
Sampling distributions for:
Discussions today are Activity #5!
Please bring your laptop if you have one.
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Thanksgiving!) by 5:00pm
Chapter 9
Will be posted on the course calendar by tomorrow
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to the Stats 7A or 7B
Stats 7 Homework 1: Due Wednesday, Oct. 7 by 5:00pm
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Stats 7 Homework 2: Due Thursday, Oct. 15 by 5:00pm
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Stats 7 Homework 4: Due Thursday, Nov. 5 by 5:00pm
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Homework #4 due Thursday by 5pm posted on course
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Finish Lecture 13 Slides on Chapter 7 Sections
7.1-7.3.
Chapter 7 Sections 7.4-7.5 on the four
probability rules and Bayes rule.
Turn in at the beginning of lecture on W
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Homework #3 due today by 5:00pm
Homework #4 will be posted by tomorrow due
Thursday Nov. 5
Stats 7 Homework 3 Due: 6/27
Problem 1
Consider the following variables on which you could find data in your local newspaper. For
each, indicate whether you would expect the shape of its distribution to be skewed to the right,
skewed to the left, or rough
Stats 7 Homework 9 Due: 7/15
Problem 1
The September 13, 1999, issue of Sports Illustrated contained 116 pages, and 54 of those pages
contained an advertisement. The September 14, 1999, issue of Soap Opera Digest consisted of
130 pages, including 28 pages
Stats 7 Homework 10 Due: 7/18
Problem 1
The following questions pertain to a t-interval
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
for a population mean .
How does the critical t* change as the sample size gets larger?
As the sample size gets very large, what value does