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English 0903 - Reading I
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English 0903
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ENGLISH 1003
Academic Strategies
Instructor: Matt Mounger
Fall 2016 (14 weeks)
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Mailbox: Academic & Campu
When referring to risk, which of the following statements is reasonable?
Although risk means taking a chance at losing, your business is likely to always turn a profit.
Good business strategy encourages less risk, because the least risky ventures usually
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Course Name: CSCI 2163 Windows Operating Systems
Section: 330
CRN: 18366
Start Date: Aug 22, 2016
End Date:Dec 17, 2016
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Tulsa Community College, SEC Campus
Introduction to Business (BUSN 1053)
Fall 2016
Section No: 304
Days/Times: Monday
5:30 pm 8:20 pm
Instructor: Professor Perri Montgomery
E-Mail: [email protected]
Phone: 918-595-8678
School of Busine
1.Award: 1 out of 1.00 point
The way in which a countrys resources are utilized to produce goods and services and the way those
goods and services are distributed among those who desire to have them depends upon the
_.
stage of development of those resour
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ENGLISH 0923
Writing I
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Instructor: Joy L. Payne, Ph.D.
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17. A _ is about a billion bytes.
a.
terabyte
b.
kilobyte
c.
petabyte
d.
gigabyte
18. Windows organizes your computer folders and files in a hierarchy, or _.
a.
Web cloud
b.
c.
stacking drawer d.
file system
network cabinet
19. Your computers root directo
Question 1
2 out of 2 points
A _ is a special kind of window in which you enter or choose settings for how you want to
perform a task.
Selected
Answer:
a.
dialog box
Answers:
a.
dialog box
b.
control box
c.
feeder
d.
multipart button
Question 2
2 out of 2
Homework: p.657 # 10.33-10.35
10.3 Estimating a Population Proportion
Reminders of a sampling distribution of :
normal if np and n(1-p) 10
Conditions for inference about a proportion p:
1. SRS
2. Normality
3. Independence
One sample z Confidence Interv
Common Confidence Levels: capturing the central C% of the Normal
sampling distribution
or
Confidence Level
Tail Area
90%
0.05
95%
0.025
99%
0.005
Steps for Constructing a Confidence Interval:
1.
2.
3.
4.
z*
Conditions for Inference about Mean :
1.
2.
3.
O
Ex. 10.5 on page 630: Constructing a confidence interval for the mean video screen
tension. The standard deviation for the tensions readings is . Given the following
tensions readings from an SRS of 20 screens from a single days production, construct
and
2.
spread of t-dist. > z-dist.
more area in tails because using s to estimate
introduces more variation
3.
as df increases, curve approaches N(0, 1)
when sample is large, little variation is caused
One sample t Confidence Interval for a Population Mean (
Paired t procedure: used to compare the responses to the two treatments in a
_
_ _ or _-&-_ observations on the
same subjects,
apply one-sample t procedures to observed _
The parameter in a paired t procedure is:
1.
the population _ _ of 2 treatments of
m
10.1 Confidence Intervals: The Basics
_ _ provides methods for drawing conclusions about a
population from sample data (sampling distributions).
1.
2.
Ex. 10.1 on page 618: A university proposes to use the IQ scores of current students
as a marketing tool
Determining Sample Size: To determine the sample size n that will yield a level C
confidence interval for a population mean with a specified margin of error m, solve for n
for
Read Cautions on page 636
Ex. 10.7 on page 635: Researchers would like to estim
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_/20
Due:_
Chapter 10: Estimating with Confidence
10.1 Confidence Intervals: The Basics (pp.617-642)
1.
In statistics, what is meant by a 95% confidence interval? 95% confidence level?
Sketch and label a 95% confidence interval for the st
10.2 Estimating a Population Mean (pp.642-662)
7.
In general, what is meant by the standard error of a statistic?
What is the standard error of the sample mean ?
8.
How do you calculate the degrees of freedom for a t distribution?
9.
Describe the similari
9.1 Sampling Distributions
_: A number that describes the population. , , p
_: A number that describes a sample- used to estimate an unknown
population parameter. , s, p
Read Ex. 9.1 on page 564:
Do Ex. 9.2 on page 565: A Gallop poll asked a random sample
9.2 Sample Proportions
Sampling Distribution of a Sample Proportion (Suppose that is the sample
proportion of an SRS of size n from a large population with population proportion p.
= _
= _
Rule of Thumb 1: use the recipe for the standard deviation of only
Do Ex. 9.10 on page 593: The population distribution of heights of young women is
N(64.5, 2.5).
Find the mean and standard deviation of the Sampling Distribution of of an SRS of 10
young women.
What is the probability that a randomly selected young women
The Bias of a Statistic: Sampling distributions allow us to describe bias more
precisely (bias of a statistic rather than sampling method). Bias concerns the center.
_ Statistic: A statistic used to estimate a parameter that is unbiased
where the mean of
DeterminingSampleSize:Todeterminethesamplesizenthatwillyield
alevelCconfidenceintervalforapopulationmeanwithaspecifiedmargin
oferrorm,solvefornfor
z*
m
1
ReadCautionsonpage636
2
Ex.10.7onpage635:Researcherswouldliketoestimatethe
meancholesterollevel of a
Sampling Distribution of Rockford ACT Scores Simulation
ACT scores are normally distributed with
=
=
Simulate a sample of 100 and record sample mean & sample standard deviation.
Repeat two more times.
Sampling Distribution of Rolling a Dice Simulation
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