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Assignment 2
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Maria Pento
9/18/2016
Biostats
1.
mean
Calculate the mean for each dataset.
Sample 1
50
Sample 2
50
Sample 3
50
Provi
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1.
A biologist measured the increasing amounts of phosphorus in Lake Erie and has noticed a decreasing number of lake
trout over a 5year period.
A. This is a case study.
B. This is an experiment.
C.
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DATE: December 1, 2016
SUBJECT: Working Lunch Policy
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Assignment 5
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Homework assignment 5 has two hypothesis tests, one is a matched pair ttest and the
second is an independent samples ttest. The first set of data you will
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Emily Sullivan
Biostatistics
Homework #2
9/17/17
Refer to the excel file dataset provided on BB to answer the following questions. When you open the
HW 2 dataset you will see a worksheet titled Datase
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BIOL 528.1
HW1
Submission
NAME: Emily Sullivan
1. Measures of Central Tendency:
a. Mean: 8.92 antelope bands
b. Median: 6 antelope bands
c. Mode: 4 antelope bands
2. Measures of Dispersion:
a. Range:
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Intro
Measures of central tendency
o Mean, medium mode
o Histogram is only for continuous
o Bar chart is for discrete
Measures of Dispersion
o Range, variance, and standard deviation
Variance is stan
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Assignment 4
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This homework assignment will focus on using the tdistribution in hypothesis testing. You will be asked
to conduct a ser
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Paired T test
Subject
Before
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Mean
SD
0.66
0.75
0.95
0.62
0.59
0.64
0.72
0.77
0.63
0.56
0.689
0.11415876
t(diff)
tcrit
Trial
Before
Before
Before
Before
Before
Before
Before
Befor
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Assignment 7
1. State the null hypothesis for treatments:
H 0 : TI=T 2=T 3
2. State the null hypothesis for blocks:
H 0 : B 1= B 2=B 3=B 4= B 5= B 6=
B 7 =B 8 =B 9 =B 10
3. State the alt.
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Homework #4
1. Researchers hypothesize that if females were to lay an average of 51 eggs in a brood this would be
enough to sustain the population. Using the tdistribution (assumptions of
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What is statistics?
Statistics is a collection of
procedures and principles for
gathering data and analyzing
information in order to help
people make decisions when
faced with uncertainty.
How do we p
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BIOL 528 Lab VI
Friday, October 5, 2012
Todays lab will show you how to conduct and analyze data using a nonparametric method. You have
already done one nonparametric test (ChiSquare), but you know
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Problem Set 9
1.
A customs inspector sampled 5 boxes among 20 boxes being shipped from out of the
country. He found that one of the five boxes (20%) contained an illegal food item. The
customs inspect
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Analysis of Variance
Though independent samples and
correlatedgroups ttests are sufficient for
assessing differences between two
groups, what if you want to test for
differences between more than tw
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BIOL 528 Lab III
Friday, September 14, 2012
Todays lab will show you how to generate r statistics (correlations) on your data. Remember that when
you compute correlations that you cannot assume causal
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BIOL 528
HW1
Submission
NAME: Tessa Chambers
1. Measures of Central Tendency:
a. Mean: 8.92
b. Median: 6.5
c. Mode: 4
2. Measures of Dispersion:
a. Range: 33
b. Sample Variance: 61.99
c. Sample Standa
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NAME:
Answer Sheet
Questions 13:
1
Datasets
2
3
mean
Standard dev
Standard Error
Question 4:
Probabilit
y
SampleMean
Standard
Error
80%
90%
95%
43.20
8.90
SampleMean
Standard
Error
Zvalue
LowerLimit
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Assignment 2
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Refer to the excel file dataset provided on BB to answer the following questions. When you open the HW 2
dataset you will
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Random Variables
Discrete random variables can
take on a countable value
(generally what you would think
of as whole numbers)
Also, make sure you know
the difference between discrete
and discreet. If