Demographic:
1)
Distribution of Gender of Students
50%
50%
Male
Female
2)
City where Students Live
28%
19%
17%
7%
12%
17%
Subang Jaya
Puchong
Petaling Jaya
Klang
Cheras
Others
Nominal:
1)
Distribution of the Number of Times Students Visit the Doctor
40
35
frequency tables for ALL nominal demographic data
1.Gender
Gender
Male
Female
Frequency
50
50
2.Race
Race
Chinese
Malay
Indian
Others
Frequency
97
0
1
2
3.Language
Language
Mandarin
English
Tamil
Malay
Others
Frequency
74
25
0
0
1
4.City
City
Subang Jaya
Carnival Report
by Kong Jane Yee
Independence Day is annually celebrated on July 4 and is often known as "the Fourth of
July". It is the anniversary of the publication of the declaration of independence from Great
Britain in 1776. Patriotic displays and f
AUP: AMERICAN DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM
STA219: STATISTICAL METHODS
Session : MAY 2016
Section: A / B
Instructor : Ms Yasmin Abdul Aziz
GROUP ASSIGNMENT DATA COLLECTION & ANALYSIS
Eating habit of the students from Inti International
College Subang
GROUP NAM
SATS-36 Post 1
Survey of Attitudes Toward Statistics
Post
Schau, 1996, 2003
DIRECTIONS: The statements below are designed to identify your attitudes about statistics. Each item has 7
possible responses. The responses range from 1 (strongly disagree) thro
STA219 - LAB ASSIGNMENT 1
(Total marks: 45) Use
dataset May2016-survey.sav
1. List out the two variables (and description) for each of the following measurement levels:
(3 marks)
Measurement Level
a. Interval
b. Ordinal
c. Nominal
Variable names
i. id
ii.
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
STUDENTS INFO:
NAMES
MATRICULATION ID.
Kon
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
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
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
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
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
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;
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
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
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
EXERCISE CHAPTER 1&2
1.
Table shows the annual leave for all 22 State College lecturers.
class interval
1-5
6-10
11-15
16-20
i)
ii)
iii)
2.
midpoint
3
8
13
18
frequency, f
9
6
5
2
product, xf
27
48
65
36
Estimate the median from the ogive.
Find the modal
QUESTION 1
The lengths of 40 bean pods were measured the nearest cm and grouped as shown.
Length (cm)
Frequency
48
2
9 13
4
14 18
7
19 23
14
24 28
8
29 33
5
a) Calculate the mean and standard deviation for the data.
b) Find the mode for this distribution.
IICS/IICP/ICS/IICKL
26/03/2014
COMMON DIPLOMA
INTI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE SUBANG
COURSE STRUCTURE
COURSE:
STA1101 QUANTITATIVE METHODS (4 cr)
PREREQUISITE:
MAT1103 FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICS
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course consists of topics from descript
TUTORIAL 3
1.
A card is drawn at random from a deck of cards. Find the probability of getting 3 of
diamond.
2.
A jar contains 3 red marbles, 7 green marbles and 10 white marbles. If a marble is drawn
from the jar at random, what is the probability that th
QUESTION 1
a)
Using the company records for the past 200 working days, the manager of D & N Motors,
a suburban automobile dealership, has summarized the number of cars sold per day into the
following table.
Number of cars sold per Frequency
day
occurrence
REVISION TEST 2
QUESTION 1
Dr. Herbert Ambrose wanted to estimate that the mean cholesterol level for all adult men living
in Kuala Lumpur. He took a sample of 25 adult from K.L and found that the mean cholesterol
level is 186 with a standard deviation of
INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT
QUESTION 1
The manager of a football team is interested to find out if the weather has an effect
on his teams results. The team plays 50 matches, with the following results.
Result
Weather
Good
Win
13
Draw 9
Lose 8
Bad
8
7
5
Test at