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Question 1
A class of 50 students obtained the following grades in a statistics course:
A'5 B25 C15 D5
If one student is selected at random, What is the probability that
a. the stu
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/ Question 1
Grade point averages of math majors at a large distance education university are
normally distributed with a mean of ti, : 2.8
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Study Guide
Unit 4 Estimation and Tests of Hypotheses for One Population
Unit 4 Self Test
1. A population consists of the ages, x, of all 20,000 students registered at a Canadian university.
The population distribution is skewed to the right,
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Unit 1 Descriptive Statistics
Unit 1 introduces the fields of statistics; presents many of the terms used throughout this course; and
examines common methods employed to organize, display and summarize data.
Typically, the statist
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Unit 3 Probability Distributions
Unit 3 Self Test
1.
A recent survey of all ten employees working in a small law firm indicated that four of the
employees smoke at home.
A sample of two employees is randomly selected from the ten e
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Unit 5 Estimation and Tests of Hypotheses for Two or More Populations
Unit 5 Self Test
1. In a random sample of 2200 males, 1628 males indicated that they exercise regularly every
week. In an independent random sample of 2000 femal
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Unit 6 Bivariate Analysis
In Unit 5, we considered tests of independence used to examine the relationship between two qualitative
(categorical) variables. This unit focuses on bivariate analysis, which typically results in statisti
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Unit 6 Bivariate Analysis
Unit 6 Self Test
1. The administration in a large hospital is in the process of predicting daily admissions to its
emergency department caused by acute respiratory problems. It is hypothesized that the dai
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Unit 5 Estimation and Tests of Hypotheses for Two or More Populations
In Unit 4, we began a discussion of the field of statistical inference through problems involving
confidence interval estimates and hypotheses tests about the me
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Unit 3 Probability Distributions
Solutions to Unit 3 Self Test
1. a.
In the tree diagram below, let S be the event that the employee smokes at home; is
the event the employee does not smoke at home.
Employees who smoke (#)
b. i.
ii
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Unit 5 Estimation and Tests of Hypotheses for Two or More Populations
Solutions to Unit 5 Self Test
1. a. The formula for the confidence interval for the difference in proportions is
p p
(1 2) z s 1 2
p p
where
1628
1200
1
p
0.74
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Unit 6 Bivariate Analysis
Solutions to Unit 6 Self Test
1. a. Since it is hypothesized that the daily number of admissions for acute respiratory problems
depends on the degree of air pollution, the daily number of admissions to eme
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Unit 4 Estimation and Tests of Hypotheses for One Population
Solutions to Unit 4 Self Test
1. a. According to the Central Limit Theorem, for a large sample size (at least 30 in the sample),
the sampling distribution of x is approxi
MATH 215, Unit 2
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Unit 2 Probability
Solutions to Unit 2 Self Test
1. In the tree diagram below, let D be the event that Darren votes Liberal; is the event
Darren does not vote Liberal; E is the event that Ellen votes Liberal; is th
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Unit 1 Descriptive Statistics
Solutions to Unit 1 Self Test
1. a. Frequency distribution for the sales transactions:
Value of
Sales Transaction
Midpoint
$0.00 to less than $50.00
$25.00
$50.00 to less than $100.00
$75.00
$100.00 to
Key Concepts / Formulas for Math 215 Final
Test of hypotheses about p for a large samples:
Chapter 7 Sampling Distributions
Mean of x :
x
p p
z
=
observed
p
=
Standard deviation of x :
x
= / n
x -
x
(Note: If n < 30, population must be normal; otherw
Key Concepts / Formulas for Math 215 Midterm
Chapter 2 Organizing and Graphing Data
Relative frequency of a class = f / f
Percentage of a class = (Relative frequency) x 100
Class midpoint or mark = (Upper limit + Lower limit)/2
Class boundary
= midpoint o
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Unit 4 Estimation and Tests of Hypotheses for One Population
In Unit 3, we discussed probability distributions for both discrete and continuous random variables. At
the start of Unit 4, we examine sampling distributions that refer
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Study Guide
Unit 2 Probability
Unit 2 Self Test
1. Based on recent political polls, the probability that a Canadian voter will vote Liberal in the next
election is 0.40. If three Canadian votersDarren, Ellen and Fredare phoned at random, find
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Unit 2 Probability
Unit 1 introduced the two fields of statisticsdescriptive and inferential statistics but focused on
descriptive statistics, which consists of the set of methods used to organize, display and describe data.
The fi
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Chapter 4
4.1: Define:
Experiment: process that when performed, results in only 1 of many observations
Outcome: observations from the experiment
Sample Space: a collections of outcomes in an experiment
Simple Event: only 1 possible outcome for an event
Co
Chapter 1
1.1: Describe two meanings of the word statistics?
Theoretical Stats: deals with the development, derivation and proof of statistical theorems,
formulas, rules and laws
Applied Stats: the applications of those theorems, formulas, rules and laws
t-Tests for One Mean: investigating the normality assumption (jbstatistics)
TESTING ONE POPULATION PROPORTION
-Section 9.4 Hypothesis Test about One Population Proportion
An Introduction to Inference for One Proportion (jbstatistics)
Inference for One Pr
5.1: Random Variables
Discrete Random Variable: Countable (whole) values in a sample (e.g: # of houses on a block)
Continuous Random Variable: Uncountable (not whole) values in a sample; infinite amount of
possibilities (e.g: time it takes to commute from
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Introduction to Statistics
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CARLETON UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 2040
WINTER 2015
ANTHROPOLOGY AND GENDER
MONDAYS 18:05-20:55
SOUTHAM HALL 518
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Description of Research Project
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Special Topics on Public Affairs and Policy Management
Global Social Policy (PAPM 4100a)
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