Statistics 13V
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Statistics 13V Fall 2006
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1. (5 points) If two events (both with probability greater than 0) are mutually exclusive, then:
A. They also must be indepe
Statistics 13V Fall 2006
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1. A Statistics professor has taught many thousands of students, and has
Statistics 13V
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Questions 1 to 5: The table below shows the opinions of 953 respondents in the General Social Survey
to the question Everything considered, would you say that in general, you approve or disap
Statistics 13V, Fall 2006
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1. If a difference seen in sample results is "statistically significant" it means
NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF NOV 6 TO NOV 13
(Reading assignments and Exercises to hand in are at the bottom of the page)
NOTE: For the quiz on Nov. 13 you may bring one page of notes (both sides filled if you wish).
This week the topic is Random Variables. The
NOTES FOR THE 11 DAYS BETWEEN DEC 4 AND THE FINAL EXAM
Final Exam: Fri Dec 15, 10:30am-12:30pm. Open book and notes.
Location: If your last name starts with A to G, go to 212 Wellman. Otherwise, the usual, 234 Wellman.
Details: The final exam will be comp
NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF NOV 27 TO DEC 4
NOTES ABOUT OFFICE HOURS AND REVIEW FOR FINAL EXAM:
Many of you have asked what you can do to improve your grades, study more wisely, etc. My best advice
is to come to office hours, when I can work with you one-on-one
NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 2 to 9
(Reading assignments and Exercises to hand in are at the bottom of the page)
This week, there is a lot of reading but almost no math or anything technical. Part of your goal is to
get acquainted with the book and Cyber
NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF NOV 20 TO NOV 27
NOTES ABOUT OFFICE HOURS, AND ABOUT REVIEW SESSION FOR FINAL EXAM:
My office hours on Wed, Nov 22 are cancelled but Clayton Schupp will have his (Wed, 12:10-1:00).
On Mon, Nov 27, I will have two added hours, from
NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF NOV 13 TO NOV 20 (and outline for the rest of the quarter)
Note: Quizzes from now on (starting on Nov 20) will be open book and notes.
For the remaining 4 weeks of the course we will be studying statistical inference confidence inter
NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF OCT 30 TO NOV 6
NOTE 1: As announced in the syllabus, my office hours on Mon, Nov 6 are 1-2:30, not the usual 3-4:30.
NOTE 2: The material for this week requires practice with solving problems. Practice, practice, practice!
Remember
NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF OCT 23 TO OCT 30
(Reading assignments and Exercises to hand in are at the bottom of the page)
The topic for this week is describing the relationship between two categorical variables, such as
whether someone smokes (yes or no) and wh
NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF OCT 16 TO OCT 23
The topic for this week is the relationship between two quantitative variables, such as SAT score and
College GPA. (See Figure 5.12 on page 168 for this example.) Usually one of the variables will be
designated as th
NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF OCT 9 TO OCT 16
(Reading assignments and Exercises to hand in are at the bottom of the page)
Last week you learned how to collect good data. The main theme of the material this week is
how to describe a set of data once you have it.