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Finite Mathematical Structures A
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Due in class on Thursday, September 22, 2011.
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AMS 315 HW 7 (Chapter 11)
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4.27 The utility company in a large metropolitan area finds that 70% of its customers pay a given monthly bill in
full.
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November 7 Text of Problems
Partial correlation coefficient
Let the correlation matrix of (Y,
1
( y, x1 ) y1
( y, x )
2
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AMS 315
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Chapter Eight Lecture Notes
Inferences about More than Two Population Central Values
Fall 2017
Context
The procedures in this chapter generalize the test of the equality of means
November 9, 2017 Text of Problems
Fishers decomposition of the total sums of squares produces the following
analysis of variance table.
Analysis of Variance Table
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HW4 Solution
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df = n-1 or 46.
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Linear Regression Part III
Correlation
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Chapter Six Notes:
New Problem (just slightly different from Chapter 4, number 7):
The random variables
and
E (W1 ) 1
2
2
var(W2 )
W1
and
E (W2 ) 2
. Find
W2
are independent. Their expected values ar
Chapter Five Lecture Notes
Distribution of Sample Mean:
Let
Y1 , Y2 , , Yn
be a random sample of size n from Y which has the distribution
THEN the distribution of
, the sample mean, is
n
Y
2
N ( , / n
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Chapter 11 Lecture Notes
The research context is that two variables have been observed for each of n
participants. The research team then has a spreadsheet with n pairs of observations
( xi , yi ), i