Juliana Esposito
Olympic Long Jumps
The chart displayed shows a list of both years and distances for Olympic Long Jumps from 1896
until 2004. During these years, the distances have mostly increased. U
Juliana Esposito
12/9/16
Monopoly Regression
Part 1:
It is evident that there is an association between the cost of the properties and the spaces on the board.
The explanatory variable is spaces and t
Juliana Esposito
Vocabulary of Statistics
1.) Mean- is the average of the numbers: a calculated Central value of a set of numbers.
2.) Median-to find the median place the numbers you are given in valu
Juliana Esposito
Period 1
September 23, 2016
Candy Chaos
By looking at the group data, it is evident that the fish did not launch as far as the bears
did. We can see this by the mean and the standard
Juliana Esposito
Investigative Task Chapter 6
Coins
I used a glass yesterday and 10 pennies to create data for this task. I shook the glass and
dumped the coins out and counted how many landed with he
CHAPTER 12: ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
12.1 OVERVIEW
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) is a method for testing the hypothesis that three or more population means are equal.
For example:
H0: 1 = 2 = 3 = . . . k
H
CHAPTER 10: CORRELATION AND REGRESSION
10.1 OVERVIEW
Considering paired sample data (bivariate data), methods for determining whether a correlation
between two variables exists and whether the correla
CHAPTER 9: INFERENCES FROM TWO SAMPLES
9.2 Inferences About Two Proportions
Objectives:
Understand and apply methods for using two sample proportions for
constructing a confidence interval estimate of
Chapter 8: Hypothesis Testing
8.1 Overview
Inferential Statistics
Estimate a population parameter
Test a hypothesis or claim about a population parameter
A hypothesis is a claim or statement about a
Chapter 7: Estimates and Sample Sizes
7.1 Overview
Inferential Statistics
Use of sample data to estimate the value of a population parameter
Use of sample data to test some claim about a population
Cr
CHAPTER 11: MULTINOMIAL EXPERIMENTS AND CONTINGENCY TABLES
11.1 OVERVIEW
Test claims about categorical data consisting of frequency counts for different categories.
Multinomial Experiments: Observed F
Chapter 6: Normal Probability Distributions
6.1 Overview
Objective: Understand Normal Distributions
Continuous Probability Distributions
Uniform Distributions
Normal Distributions: If a continuous ran
Chapter 5: Discrete Probability Distributions
5.1 Overview
Combine the concepts of collecting sample data, describing the data, and finding
the probability of each possible outcome to develop probabil
Chapter 4: Probability
4.1 Overview
The objectives of this chapter are to develop a sound understanding of probability values
on which the methods of inferential statistics are built.
Statisticians lo
Chapter 3: Statistics for Describing, Exploring, and Comparing Data
3.1 Overview
Descriptive Statistics: Methods used to summarize the key characteristics of known
data
Inferential Statistics: Methods
Chapter 2: Summarizing and Graphing Data
2.1 Overview
Important Characteristics of Data
Center: A representative or average value that indicates where the middle of the
data set is located
Variation
What is Statistics? Video
1.1 Overview
Data: Observations (such as measurements, gender, survey responses) that have been
collected
Statistics: A collection of methods for planning experiments, obtain
Chapter 7: Estimates and Sample Sizes
7.1 Overview
Inferential Statistics
Use of sample data to estimate the value of a population parameter
Use of sample data to test some claim about a population
Cr