Group Activity: Assigning Probabilities using Empirical and Classical
Approach.
(3%)
Random Experiment: Tossing of 2 dice
Events:
A: the red die shows odd number.
B : the blue die is less than 4.
C: the red die shows same number as blue die
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fo
Participation in Sports
What is your gender?
o
o
Male
Female
What is your age?
Does sports interest you?
o
o
Yes
No
Do you think sports is fun and enjoyable?
o
o
Yes
No
Are you actively involved in sports?
o
o
Yes
No
Which kind of sports do you play?
o Co
Self Practice Questions on Chapter 9.
Instructions: Kindly answer all questions in a piece of paper showing your complete working. There are 4
questions only which covers chapter 9. Kindly revise before trying. Submit your file in the
submission folder in
QUANTITATIVE METHOD
SAMPLE TEST 2
Answer all the questions
1. The following table gives the probability distribution for the random variable Y.
(i)
What is the mean number of the distribution.
(2 marks)
E (Y ) yP(Y y ) 2(0.2) 4(0.3) 7(0.4) 8(0.10) 5.2
(ii
SAMPLE TEST 1
Answer all the questions.
1.
The following data shows the distribution of yearly earnings of a random sample
of 200 families in a city in year 2003.
Range of Income
($000)
30 and under 40
40 and under 50
50 and under 60
60 and under 70
70 an
Sameer Bernard J15019197D1
Tutorial 3
1. A Heuristic is a technique designed for solving a problem more quickly when
classic methods are too slow, or for finding an approximate solution when
classic methods fail to find any exact solution. This is achieve
EXERCISE Chapter 1
a)
To investigate the traffic conditions between Kuala Lumpur and Seremban on the PLUS
highway, the following data were collected.
For EACH of the parts, from (i) to (vi) below, you are required to identify whether the
data collected ar
SAMPLE QUIZ 1
Answer all questions
1. The age of 25 stockbrokers are as follows:
50
36
49
64
52
28
32
54
42
55
44
38
41
66
45
44
47
24
59
46
51
58
61
47
57
Calculate
a) The mean
b) The median
c) The mode
d) The inter quartile range
e) Quartile deviation
7
Represent the following statements using logical connectives:
a) If today is Monday then tomorrow then I have a Math quiz.
b) Salary increases if and only if you work hard.
Let A = cfw_2,6,8,10,12,14,16,18 , B = cfw_1,3,5,7,9, C=cfw_1,3,5,7,9 and the univ
Chapter 10
Question 1
Short term
memory
Definition
Retention of information
that undergoes little
processing or
interpretation and can be
recalled for only a few
seconds.
Long term
memory
information stored in the
brain and retrievable
over a long period
1. How much is your allowance?
1
2
2. 3
14
25
3
4
RM100.00-RM300.00
RM300.00-RM500.00
RM500.00-RM700.00
RM700.00-RM900.00
Chinese
RM900 and more.
Indian
Malay
Others
What race are you from?
3. What is your gender?
1
Male
2
Female
4. What is your primary l
Executive Summary
Healthy eating is currently the growing concern of many countries due to the rises of
overweight and obesity rates worldwide. All this while, people have been focusing on the
benefits of exercising regularly to stay healthy, they have ne
Frequency Distribution Graphs
Types of Graphs
Histogram
Polygons
Ogives
Representing Ungrouped Data
The score for 40 police applicants are:
The score range from 1 to 10
Prepare a single-score frequency table
Frequency Table
Histogram
Problem
The sales a t
Methodology
Our target population for this survey is people from Kuala Lumpur City. Based on the
Kuala Lumpur Population Data from the World Population Review, Kuala Lumpurs
population for the year 2017 is 7,254,000. Our sample is 100 people from Kuala Lu
Discrete Probability Distributions
Learning Objectives
In this chapter, you learn:
The properties of a probability distribution
To calculate the expected value and variance of a probability distribution
To calculate probabilities from binomial, and Poisso
The Normal Distribution
Learning Objectives
In this chapter, you learn:
To compute probabilities from the normal distribution
Continuous Probability Distributions
A continuous random variable is a variable that can assume any value on a continuum
(can as
Taking a chance: Introduction to Probability
Learning Objectives
1. Understand the basic foundations of probability analysis
2. Understand mutually exclusive events and the addition rule.
3. Describe statistically dependent and independent events and the
Summarizing the Figures
Learning Outcomes
Recognized how a data set can be summarized by two types of statistical measure, a
measure of central tendency and a measure of dispersion;
Recognized the properties of the three main measures of central tendency;
BINOMIAL PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION
THE BINOMIAL PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION
The Binomial Experiment
The Binomial Probability Distribution and Binomial Formula
Probability of Success and the Shape of the Binomial Distribution
Mean and Standard Deviation of the
Summarizing the Figures
Learning Outcomes
Recognize how a data set can be summarized by two types of statistical
measure, a measure of central tendency and a measure of dispersion;
Recognize the properties of the three main measures of central tendency;
R
STA219 JAN2017
PEER EVALUATION & REFLECTIONS GROUP ASSIGNMENT
Rate each individual group member using a scale of 1 10 (any number between 1 10 inclusive). You MUST explain your reasons for the assigned
rating. Any rating given without explanation will not
STA219 Statistical Methods
May2016
Learning Outcomes
By the end of the class, successful students should be
able to:
Identify various pictorial and tabular methods in
descriptive statistics such as
Frequency tables
Relative Frequency tables
Histogram
STA219 Statistical Methods
May2016
Learning Outcomes
By the end of the class, successful students should be
able to:
Explain numerical descriptive measures
Explain the measures of location: mean, median, mode
Compute the measures of location for grouped a
STA219 Statistical Methods
Jan-2017
Learning Outcomes:
By the end of the class, successful students should be
able to:
What is Statistics
Lesson 1
Explain the meaning of statistics
Explain key statistical concepts such as
Population
Sample
Statistical
STA219 STATISTICAL METHODS
May2016
Learning Outcomes
By the end of the class, successful students should be
able to:
Know the measurement used to measure the degree of skewness
for a distribution
Explain the use of this measurement
Compute Pearsons Coeffi
Group Assignment
Diet Article
a. What is the study about?
The consumption of fruits and vegetables of an adult aged 18 and above in a day.
b. If you were to give a title to this report, what will be the title? (This will be your problem
statement). Includ
STA219 MAY2016
LAB ASSIGNMENT 2 (35 marks)
1.
Construct a 97% confidence interval for the average age of the population by the following
categories.
a. Working Status
Descriptives
Labor force status
Age of respondent
Working full time
Statistic
Mean
40.31
AUP: AMERICAN DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM
STA219: STATISTICAL METHODS
Session : MAY 2016
Section: A
Instructor : Ms Yasmin Abdul Aziz
SPSS LAB PROJECT ASSIGNMENT
EMPLOYABILITY OF PRIVATE COLLEGE GRADUATES
IN SELANGOR
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