BIO 222
Ryan Cromar
Fall 2012
Lesson 13 Quiz
Principles of Statistics
1. Compare the independent samples confidence interval with the matched-paired
confidence interval covered in a previous class. What are the differences? (open-ended)
In independent sam
BIO 222
Ryan Cromar
Fall 2012
Lesson 03 Quiz
1. What is the definition of the mean (2 pts)?
The mean is another way of measuring the center by adding all of the values, and then
dividing the sum.
2. What is the definition of the median (2 pts)?
The Median
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1.
Define the term fertilization and name the site where fertilization typically occurs.
Usually in the fallopian tube, sperm bind to the zona pellucid and one sperm penetrates and
enters the s
BIO 222
Ryan Cromar
Fall 2012
3. For the data set ToyotaPrius2005.sav, the variable Is Certified contains the value
Yes if the seller has inspected the car and offers an extended warranty and No
otherwise. We want to compare the mean listing price of the
BIO 222
Ryan Cromar
Fall 2012
Data representative of a sample of birth weights of infants born in Illinois during a recent
year is given in the file BirthWeights.sav. The link to the data is in the Ponder/Prove
Lesson 13 section in Unit 2 in Brain Honey.
BIO 222
Ryan Cromar
Fall 2012
Use the class survey data to test whether the mean pulse rate of male students at BYUIdaho is different from the mean pulse rate of the female students (Use the heart
variable). Use = 0.05 level of significance.
Check Require
BIO 222
Ryan Cromar
Fall 2012
1. Use the class survey data to complete the following problems a-h:
(a) (2 points) Create and interpret a 90% confidence interval for the true mean wage of
BYU-Idaho students. Interpret your result.
We are 90% confident that
BIO 222
Ryan Cromar
Fall 2012
Lesson 10 Quiz
Biostatistics
1. What is a couple of items of background for the study (2 pts)?
There had been a noticeable growth in the use of podcasting in higher education. Many
teachers were using podcasts as a way to sum
BIO 222
Ryan Cromar
Fall 2012
Lesson 11 Homework Confidence Intervals
Standard Deviation Unknown
Type in your score here _ out of 55 points possible
Based on the following reading material in your book:
Section 6.4, pp. 284-294
1. (5 points) Ponder/Reflec
BIO 222
Ryan Cromar
Fall 2012
Lesson 13 Homework - Two Means, Independent Samples
Type in your score here 50 out of 50 points possible
Based on the following reading material in your book:
For FDMAT 222 Chapter 8.3, 388-395
1. (5 points) Ponder/Reflect Ex
BIO 222
Ryan Cromar
Fall 2012
Lesson 11 Homework Hypothesis Testing
Inferential Statistics (Calculate the Test of Hypothesis, even if the data is not normally
distributed)
(c) (2 points) State the null and alternative hypotheses.
Ho: = 3373 grams and Ha:
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Biochemistry
Chapter Contents
CHON
Proteins
Amino acids
Peptides
Structure
Enzymes
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Nucleic Acids
Sugars
Starches
Cellulose
Micelles
Cellular membranes
Steroids
C H O N and beyond
The elements of Life
C, the hybridi