L02: Preparation Assignment
Name: Michelle Reischer
Directions: Please fill in Part as you study the Reading Assignment. Once you finish the
reading, complete the questions on Part II. You may use your notes, the key, and the help videos.
Be sure to take
L06: Homework Assignment
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it is important that you do your
own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment, you should attempt each problem on your own.
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Class Activity Lesson 06 Great Penny Experiment
Complete Part A before the start of class. You will complete Part B later in class. You must
fully participate in the Great Penny Experiment to get these points.
Part A: This part of the worksheet should be
Class Assignment - Lesson 05
1. Were you in class today (6 points)
Yes
2. Were you on time to class today? (3 Points)
Yes
3. The magnitude of earthquakes since 1900 that measure 0.1 or higher on the Richter scale in
California is approx. normally distribu
REGRESSION
PRESENTATION
Spencer Gentry
Makelle Worthington
Richard Wilson
Teddy Ah You
Scatter Plot
Requirements
1. We dont see a hot dog shape or a pattern in the
2.
3.
4.
5.
residuals.
The points on the Q-Q Plot are close to the line.
No megaphone shape
Questions 1 through 4: Decide which hypothesis test to use. Here is a list of hypothesis tests we have studied so far this semester. For each
question identify the one hypothesis test that is most appropriate to the given situation. You may use a hypothes
Are red and blue
peanut M&Ms
equally
distributed in a
package of
M&Ms?
Patti Arrington
MATH 221B
Biostatistics
Carolyn Ching-Sam
Stephanie Perry
Brianna Young
* Design the study
We wanted to know if red (1) and
blue (2) M&Ms were equally
distributed. We c
L07: Probability Calculations Involving a Mean
Response
Homework
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it
is important that you do your own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment,
you sh
L06: Homework Answer Key
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it is important
that you do your own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment, you should attempt
each problem on your own.
1
L03: Homework Answer Key
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it is
important that you do your own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment,
you should attempt each problem on your own.
1
L05: Homework Assignment
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it is important
that you do your own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment, you should attempt
each problem on your own.
1
L02: Homework Answer Key
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it is important
that you do your own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment, you should attempt
each problem on your own.
1
L02: Class Assignment
In this activity, we will focus on the first step of the Statistical Process: Design the study.
In the United States, there has been a recent push to enact laws against driving while using a cell phone.
This is based on the assumptio
L06: Homework Assignment
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it is important
that you do your own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment, you should attempt
each problem on your own.
1
L02: Homework Assignment
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it is important that you do your
own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment, you should attempt each problem on your own.
1
L10: Inference for One Mean - Sigma Known (Confidence
Interval)
Preparation
Directions: Please fill in Part I as you study the Reading Assignment. Once you finish
the reading, complete the questions on Part II. You may use your notes, the key, and
the hel
L10: Inference for One Mean - Sigma Known (Confidence
Interval)
Homework
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the
homework, but it is important that you do your own work. Before working with
someone else on the assignment
L04: Homework Assignment
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it is important
that you do your own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment, you should attempt
each problem on your own.
1
L11: Homework Assignment
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework,
but it is important that you do your own work. Before working with someone else on the
assignment, you should attempt each problem on your own.
1
L03: Preparation Assignment
Name: _
Directions: Please fill in Part as you study the Reading Assignment. Once you finish the
reading, complete the questions on Part II. You may use your notes, the key, and the help videos.
Be sure to take this completed a
L07: Probability Calculations Involving a Mean Response
Preparation
Problems
Part I: Use the information in the reading assignment to complete these questions.
1
One of two conditions must be satisfied in order for the distribution of sample means
to be n
L09: Inference for One Mean - Sigma Known (Hypothesis Test)
Homework
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the
homework, but it is important that you do your own work. Before working with
someone else on the assignment, yo
Lesson 03 Class Assignment
Note: If there are any graphs used, please paste your results in this assignment.
1. Did you attend class today (4 pts)?
Yes
2. Were you on time to class (2 pts)?
Yes
Work in a Group on this problem. The following are the ages o
L07: Preparation Assignment
Name:
_
Directions: Please fill in Part as you study the Reading Assignment. Once you finish the
reading, complete the questions on Part II. You may use your notes, the key, and the help videos.
Be sure to take this completed a
Class Assignment - Lesson 07
1. The reading speed of second grade students is approximately normal, with a mean of 90 words
per minute (wpm) and a standard deviation of 10 wpm (Sullivan, pp. 439).
a. (1 pt.) What is the probability a randomly selected stu
L06: Preparation Assignment
Name:
_
Part I: Use the information in the reading assignment to complete these questions.
1. What is the sampling distribution?
The sampling distribution is the set of all possible sample means from a population.
Although we w
L03: Homework Assignment
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it is
important that you do your own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment,
you should attempt each problem on your own.
1
L04: Homework Answer Key
Instructions: You are encouraged to collaborate with other students on the homework, but it is important
that you do your own work. Before working with someone else on the assignment, you should attempt
each problem on your own.
1