In-Lab Project: Estimating a Population Proportion with Confidence Example Solutions
In this project, we are going to investigate using the sample proportion as a way of estimating the population proportion. For the purpose of this activity, we are going
Stat 350 Additional Exam Information and Instructions
Exam Rooms:
Rooms will need to be set up first, so a sign will be posted on room doors
asking students to not enter until given the ok.
Randomized alternate seating will be used. Students will receive
Stat 350 Lab Review Fall 2005: Probability and Random Variables
Problem 1: Basic and Conditional Probabilities
In a telephone survey of 1000 adults, respondents were asked about the expenses of a college education and the
relative necessity of some form o
Module 2: More Descriptive Statistics
Objective: In this module you will add to your set of statistical tools for summarizing data. You will
be introduced to side-by-side boxplots for comparing two or more distributions, to frequency
distributions, and to
Statistics 350 Homework #1
Name:
ID Number:
GSI Name:
Lab Section Number:
DUE: BEFORE 3:00 PM, Thursday, September 22 to your lab GSI mailbox in Frieze lobby.
Write clearly in the spaces provided. Make sure you show all work. Turn in this 1 page with SPSS
Module 1: Descriptive Statistics
Objective: In this module you will use some graphical and numerical tools to summarize the
distribution for a quantitative variable or response a histogram, a boxplot, mean, median, standard
deviation, and IQR.
Overview: T
Stat 350 Group Projects
The Interesting, the Good, and
the Ugly
Interesting Projects from past terms
Stop N Go: Do female drivers tend to be more cautious
and wait longer at a stop sign as compared to male
drivers?
The Freshmen 15: Fact or Fiction? - Do