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Chapter Two section 2.6
Chapter Three sections 3.2, 3.9, 3.10
Chapter Four
Chapter Five section 5.7
Chapter Six section 6.6
Chapter Seven 7.2, 7.5
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Match the following symbols with their descriptions by filling in the matching letter,
A through J.
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B. sample proportion of successes
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C. level of significance
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D. sample mean
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A Normal Probability Example
A Canadian importer of a no-name cell phone has an 8-month warranty on its product. The useful life of
this cell phone is normally distributed with an average life of 16 months and a standard deviation of 5
months.
If you were
Normal Approximation to the Binomial
If we have a very large population with a proportion of successes, , and if we take a large sample of size,
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we can approximate binomial probabilities using the normal distribution
73-100-1/30 Spot Quiz 3 Fall, 2014
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For each of the following scenarios, answer what is asked.
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A customer is about to lease a new car. Although she has selected the make and model of the car, she sti
PRACTICE FINAL, 73-100, FALL, 2014
Question One (8 marks)
Match the following symbols or expressions with their best descriptions by placing the appropriate letters
in the spaces provided. (Two descriptions will not be used because there are two more desc
Chapter 5 Problems
Countin- Rules Problems:
no. of ways of picking 6 winning numbers
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Question One (8 marks)
Match the following symbols or expressions on the left with their best descriptions on the right by
placing the appropriate letters (A, B, ) in the spaces provided. Because there are three more
descriptions than symbols or expressio
Instructions for Practice Q6
There are 5 spreadsheets labelled PartA thru PartE. On each of the spreadsheets you will see a table shaded
in grey. On spreadsheet PartE you will also see an additional two tables, also shaded in grey. YOU ARE NOT
TO CHANGE A
SOLUTIONS PRACTICE FINAL, Fall 2014
Question One (8 marks)
Match the following symbols or expressions with their best descriptions by placing the appropriate letters
in the spaces provided. (Two descriptions will not be used because there are two more des
Solutions for Quiz 1.
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Sample: The lengths of stay of the 1000 patients sampled
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03-65-20501 Statistics for the Sciences, Fall 2016; Quiz # 2
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Lecture 1, in class practice
1.In a sample of 1,000 students in a university, 125 of them or 12.5% are biology majors. The 12.5% is
an example of statistical inference.
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2. Individual observations within each class may be found in a frequency distri
Types of Reactions Worksheet THEN Balancing!
First, begin by telling which type of reaction is taking place. Then go back and balance the following equations:
To practice balancing, you may use the Phet Lab online. When finished, check your answers.
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Assignment # 4.
Due on Friday July 22, 2016 at 4 pm
Date of Submission:
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Course Title: Statistics for the Sciences (Distance Education)
Instructor: Dr. Kazi Azad
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Assignment 2.
Due on Friday June 17, 2016 at 4 pm
Date of Submission:
Course Number: 03-65-205-91
Course Title: Statistics for the Sciences (Distance Education)
Instructor: Dr. Kazi Azad
Submitted By:
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Address:
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University of Windsor
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
65-205 Final Examination Fall 2013
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