1.23
1.36
A) Its more effectively viewed on an individual basis because, viewing it by a single
persons emissions give us a better sense of the regions outputs without the bias of the size
of a countr
Name: Noah Parrish
ID: 3538130
Question 1:
a) Variable: Carat
Decimal point is 1 digit(s) to the left of the colon.
3 : 00001111112233444444
3 : 55556677
4 : 0013
4 : 568
5 : 0000000001111222222333333
Name: Noah Parrish
ID: 3538130
Question 1:
a) Variable: Carat
Decimal point is 1 digit(s) to the left of the colon.
3 : 00001111112233444444
3 : 55556677
4 : 0013
4 : 568
5 : 0000000001111222222333333
Prof. Jun Lu, Dept. of Math/Stat
Stat 202, Sec.10, Spring 2013
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
STAT-202 Basic Statistics, Session 10, Spring 2013
Instructor:
Jun Lu
Tel: (202) 885-3042
Office
Lab Assignment 7
Stat 202, Basic Statistics, Sec.10, Spring 2013
T-statistic for 2 independent samples, and
Large-sample inference for population proportion
Due: Thursday, April 18
Goals: 1. Use t-sta
Lab Assignment 2
Stat 202, Basic Statistics, Sec.10, Spring 2013
Randomization and Randomized Sampling
Due: Thursday, February 7
Goals: Use Statcruch to conduct randomization and randomized sampling
I
Lab Assignment 6
Stat 202, Basic Statistics, Sec.10, Spring 2013
T-statistic and statistical inference for 1 population mean
Due: Thursday, April 10
Goals: Use t-statistic to construct CI and conduct
Lab 2
Noah Parrish
Goals: Use Statcruch to conduct randomization and randomized
sampling
In a clinical trial, 624 patients signed the consent forms and are
qualified for the study. The study needs 90
Stat 202, Basic Statistics, Homework 3
Sec. 10, Spring 2013
Due: Thursday, Feb. 7
The following exercises are from 2.2
Use Statcrunch to make the scatter plot and to compute correlation. For correlati
Homework 3
Noah Parrish
2.43
Correlation between PercentAlcohol and Carbohydrates is:
0.28728846
2.44
a) Correlation between Carbohydrates and PercentAlcohol is:
0.4184595 when the outlier is removed.
STAT 202-Basic Statistics
Donald Anthony Carter
Lab #4: Experimental Design
10. What are the treatments, factors and levels in your study if any?
Part I
1. Available data could be defined as a set of