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Statistical Applications
Statistical Applications
Bryan David Cinnamon
Statistical Reasoning
MAT2001
June 17, 2016
Statistical Applications
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MAT2001 Data Collection Template
Target Population:
I will specifically target the millennial generation as my population, including both men and
women in my sample. Millennials will be defined as being born between the years of 1980 and
1998 which will m
MAT2001 Data Collection Template
Target Population:
I will specifically target the millennial generation as my population, including both men and
women in my sample. Millennials will be defined as being born between the years of 1980 and
1998 which will m
Use this TEMPLATE to submit your Unit 9 Assignment 2. (Yes, you must use this!)
Be sure to see my worksheet named "Example" for examples on filling the template. (The "Example" worksheet is
visible at the bottom.) I have shown every type of situation, so
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Definition of Project Topic
Definition of Project Topic
Bryan David Cinnamon
Statistical Reasoning
MAT2001
April 17, 2016
Definition of Project Topic
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My course project will be focused on the upcoming presidential election in November. I
will specifica
Student: Alma O'Neal Instructor: Melissa Scranton Assignment: Unit 1 Problem Set
Date: 10/25/15 Course: MAT 2001 2015 Q4
Time: 6:27 AM Scranton05
Book: Bennett: Statistical Reasoning
For Everyday Life, 4e
1, In a poll, 1,004 adults in a country were ask
Student: Alma O'Neal Instructor: Melissa Scranton Assignment: Unit 5 Problem Set
Date: 11/12/15 Course: MAT 2001 2015 Q4
Time: 6:30 AM Scranton05
Book: Bennett: Statistical Reasoning
For Everyday Life, 4e
1. Consider the following three distributions.
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Student: Alma O'Neal Instructor: Melissa Scranton Assignment: Unit 4 Problem Set
Date: 11/12/15 Course: MAT 2001 2015 Q4
Time: 6:21 AM Scranton05
Book: Bennett: Statistical Reasoning
For Everyday Life, 4e
1. Actual times (in seconds) recorded when stati
Student: Alma O'Neal Instructor: Melissa Scranton Assignment: Unit 6 Problem Set
Date: 11/14/15 Course: MAT 2001 2015 Q4
Time: 10:19 AM Scranton05
Book: Bennett: Statistical Reasoning
For Everyday Life, 4e
1. State whether the difference between what oc
Student: Alma O'Neal Instructor: Melissa Scranton Assignment: Unit 3 Problem Set
Date: 10/25/15 Course: MAT 2001 2015 Q4
Time: 8:52 AM ScrantonOS
Book: Bennett: Statistical Reasoning
For Everyday Life, 4e
1. The following data show the ages of recent aw
Student: Alma O'Neal Instructor: Melissa Scranton Assignment: Unit 2 Problem Set
Date: 10/25/15 Course: MAT 2001 2015 Q4
Time: 6:57 AM Scranton05
Book: Bennett: Statistical Reasoning
For Everyday Life, 4e
1. Determine whether the data described below ar