Review 9B
AP Statistics
Name:
Directions: Work on these sheets.
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1. A study of voting chose 663 registered voters at random shortly after an election. Of these, 72%
said they had
GER1000 QUANTITATIVE REASONING 2016/17 Semester 1
TUTORIAL 3
Question 1 (Chapter 3)
Based on the letters submitted to the Forum of The Straits Times in 2006,
comment on the query made by Ms Tan with the following highlighted quotes
and also the reply give
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Association
Association
Statistical relationship between 2 variables such that the average
pattern of one variable can be described, gi
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Sampling
Unit
A single individual or object to be measured.
Population
The entire collection of units about which we would like
informa
Uncertainty
Networks
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Networks
Null hypothesis and p-value
Null hypothesis
The hypothesis that corresponds to the idea that an observed
diff
Introduction
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.Chia seeds and weight loss. Ihia Pets those terra-cotta gurines that sprout fuzzy
green hair made the chia plant a household name. But chia has gained an entirely new reputation
as a diet supplement. In one 2009 study, a team of rmchers recruited 33 men
Solutions to Review Questions
Q1.
(a) This is a randomized controlled experiment: the assignment was random, and
done by the experimenters. There is also a control group, and they were given
a placebo (for blinding).
(b) The treatment group received chia
Q&A
H. Ghaedamini
2016-2017 sem1
Loh Zhi Yan
Why is the answer
"Yes" for the
additional question
3(g), "Can the study
be generalised to
the population at
large?" Isn't this
committing an
atomistic fallacy?
Ans: No it is not. Estimating a parameter about
The parameter is the true proportion of males aged 12 to 17 in the U.S. who play
MMORPGs.
Random: The problem states that an SRS was taken.
Normal:
n ^p =775 10; n ( 1^p )=325 10.
Independence: It seems reasonable to assume that individual observations ar
Quiz 8.3A AP Statistics Name:
1. Below are the graphs of a standard Normal distribution and a r—distribution with 3 degrees of
freedom.
(a) Indicated which graph is which
and explain how you know.
Dotted graph =
Solid graph =
1. (a) Dotted
Chapter 9 Significance Tests
Confidence intervals are one of the two most common types of statistical inference. Use a confidence interval when
your goal is to estimate a population parameter. The second common type of inference, called significance tests
Test 9B
A P Statistics
Name:
Directions: Work on these sheets.
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1. A phone-in poll conducted by a newspaper reported that 73% of those who called in liked business
tycoon Donald T
Mere experience of low subjective socioeconomic
status stimulates appetite and food intake
Bobby K. Cheona,b,1 and Ying-Yi Hongc
a
Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 637332, Singapore; bClinical Nutrition Research Centre,