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Hw 23 Worked examples and comments.
Rec 383: 10.19, 10.25. 390: 10.29, 10.31, 10.33.
Hw 383: 10.16, 10.18, 10.22. 390: 10:29-31.
Page 383. 10.19. Independent random samples of n1= 16 and n2= 13 are selected from two normal populations. We wish to
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8.41 To compare the starting salaries of graduates from education and social science, random samples of 50 recent graduates in each major are selected. mean std. dev. education 25,554 2,225 2,375 1x2 = 2206 x =
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Hw 308: 8.56, 8.58, 8.60b, 8.62. 8.64.
Page 308.
8.57(2). You wish to estimate a binomial proportion p
correct to within .04 with probability 95%. If p is in
[.1, .3], how large must n be?
The two endpoints, .1
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Hw 29 Worksheet for analysis of variance for regression.
Hw 523: 12.6, 12.10. Rec 523: 12.7. 531: 12.15.
Regression Line: TThe line a + bx which best approximates the data goes through (x, y) Slope b = r sy /sx . y = a + bx and thus a = bx. y SSx
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Hw 616: 14.4bcd, 14.8, 14.10, 14.12. Rec 616: 14.3, 14.5, 14.7, 14.13.
Worksheet for Chi-square tests for categorical data Number of categories: k = The expected probabilities of the categories: H0: p1= p2 = p3
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Hw 453: 11.29', 11.31'. Rec 453: 11.29, 11.31.
Page 453. 11.29(15). There are three blocks 1, 2, 3 and four treatments A, B, C, D. (a) Fill in the values for the block and treatment means .
stotal = 3.6794 TotS
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Hw 463: 11.40, 11.42 Rec 463: 11.39, 11.41, 11.43.
Comparing treatments and blocks vs. comparing factors. The rectangle in which plots and data are arranged for todays look a lot like those of last time. In fac
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Hw 24 Worked examples and comments.
Rec 390: 10.29. 10.35. 400: 10.45. 10.49.
Hw 390: 10.29', 10.32. 400: 10.44, 10.46
RECALL. 2 = (n 1)s 2 / 2 . A random sample of n = 25 observations from a normal population produced a sample variance s2 = 10 .
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Rec. 302: 8.45, 8.47, 8.51. 308: 8.53.
Hw 302: 8.44, 8.46, 8.50. 308: 8.54.
Page 302. 8.45 Independent samples of n 1= 800 and n 2 = 640 observations are selected from binomial populations 1 and 2 with x1 = 337
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Hw 17 Examples of hypotheses
6. You wish to show that Buicks survive crashes with less damage than Hondas H0 : Ha : 7. A psychic claims he can predict coin tosses correctly at least 55% of the time. You toss 100 coins and he correctly predicts 50
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from the mean. Henc, in this case, instead of one number, the best we can do is the inequality: P(x ! 15) < .05. Suppose it isn't mound shaped, the best we can do is use Chebyshev's rule that at at least 1 - k12
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Hw 3 Worked examples and comments.
Rec. 96: 3.1. 106: 3.7. 126: 4.3, 4.5, 4.7 .
Hw. 96: 3.2. 106:3.7. 126: 4.2, 4.4, 4.6
3DJH. Males and females are divided into three groups A, B, C according to their answers to a questionnaire. A B C men women
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Hw 2 Comments and worked examples.
Rec. 53: 2.3abc. 61: 2.13abcd. 68: 2.17abc. 80: 2.29, 2.31.
Hw. 53: 2.2ab. 61: 2.14abcd. 68: 2.18abc. 80: 2.29, 2.30ab.
Calculator Once again, for this course you will need a calculator which can do "two variabl
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remaining 10%. On a particular play, the right guard takes a balanced stance. D Find the probability that the play will go to the left? Answer: .66 E Find the probability the play will go to the right? Answer: .
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8.17 In a survey of 1000 adults, 78% felt sports had a positive effect on society. (a) Estimate of the proportion of adults who feel sports have a positive effect. p = .78 (a') Find the margin of error. ME = .0
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Hw 252: 7.16, 7.18, 7.22, 7.24. Rec 252: 7.25a, 7.27ab.
Recommended exercises.
Page 252.
7.17
Suppose a random sample of n = 5 observations is selected
from a population that is normally distributed, with
mean
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Hw 9 Worked examples and comments. From Lecture 9
A potter must fill an order for 180 glazed pots. The glazing process cracks 20% of the pots. What is the probability that he can produce 180 crack-free items from 200 unglazed pots? This is a bino
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Hw 12 Worked examples and comments.
Hw 257: 7.30, 7.32, 7.36. Rec 257: 7.29, 7.33abdfg, 7.35abc, 7.37abcd.
Page 257.
Recommended exercises
7.27ab Suppose the distribution of potassium in a banana is
normally distributed, with mean equal to 630 mg
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Hw 7 Worked examples and comments.
Hw 201: 5.40, 5.42, 5.46. Rec 201: 5.41. 5.43, 5.45.
3DJH. Let x be the number of successes observed in a sample of n = 5 items selected from N = 10. Suppose that, of the N = 10 items, 6 are considered "successe