3-1: Review Questions
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III.
Hair color, gender and birthplace are all examples of (_) variables.
Qualitative
A Geiger counter measures the number of particles emitted by a radioactive element in
9-1: Review Questions
How would you define the Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test?
Give the possibility to test a null hypothesis by using the information from paired
replicates.
How would you define the Mann-
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1) Define biostatistics
A. Application of mathematics to economics
B. A method to analyze scientific theories
C. Application for gene sequencing
a. A method to summarize and analyze data for va
Nonparametric and linear regression and correlation extra
questions
Directions: These questions are provided to give you more opportunities to practice
the material. They are not graded. An answer she
2-1: Review Questions
1) Why choose biostatistics over statistics for biomedical research?
When using Biostatistics, its make more easily to identify the specific statistical
technique required to ans
Summary of signs
Y= population variable
y = sample variable
y bar = sample average (this is the y with the bar above it)
= population average
E( ) =expected value= mean
s= sample standard deviation
7-1: Review Questions
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II.
What is the Chi-Square Test?
It is a particular hypothesis statistical test that is comparing the expected with observed
data.
The Chi-Square Test examines the (.) which e
3-1: Review Questions
I.
II.
III.
Hair color, gender and birthplace are all examples of (_) variables.
Qualitative
A Geiger counter measures the number of particles emitted by a radioactive element in
4-1: Review Questions
1
The population of a clinical study of Americans with diabetes is considered to be the
collection of blood sugar levels of ALL Americans. The average blood sugar level for
the p
6-1: Review Questions
1)
One of the goals of the Obama administration is to ensure all Americans have health
insurance. A survey to determine how many Americans have health insurance is an example of