Module 4 Problem Set
7.14 Learning Activity In these activities you will use the file Census.sav. The overall goal is to
run the Independent-Samples T Test to interpret the output and visualize the re
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Math 130 E Section 01 Introduction to Statistics - Final Exam
Monday, Dec 16th, 9 am - 12 pm in Merrill 4
Instructions:
1. Show all work. You may receive partial credit for partially completed p
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Math 17: Intro Stats
Final Exam
December 19, 2011
Directions: Before you leave, you must turn in both this exam sheet and any statistical tables. If
not, you will receive a significant grade re
Math 130
J.Jeneralczuk
Final Exam
Fall 2013
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You are charged with the responsibility to determine the probability of coincidental birthdays.
Initially the following two birthday questions were assigned to you.
a. Ignoring leap years, find the pr
What is the BEST research method to determine the following
a. If Lilys new Alzheimer pill is helpful in preventing Alzheimer?
b. How first responders and hospitals would respond to a terrorist attack
Math 130
Homework 7 Solutions
Assignment
Chapter 23: 13, 16, 36, 44
Chapter 23
23.13] Normal temperature.
a) Randomization condition: The adults were randomly selected.
10% condition: 52 adults are le
Math 130 Solutions Introduction to Statistics
Homework 4 Solutions
Assignment
Chapter 15: 2, 6, 20, 31, 43
Chapter 16: 9, 20, 24, 28, 47
Hint on 16.47] Think about the mean and standard deviation of a
What do you conclude
Then test whether there is a mean difference between agreement that
SPSS products are easy to learn (easylrn) and SPSS products are easy to
use (easyuse). What do you conclude? 3.
Assignment One
Chapter One (Six problems) Due: 11/05 1. Ace Machine Works estimates that the
probability its lathe tool is properly adjusted is 0.87. When the lathe is properly
adjusted, there is a 0.
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Math 130: Intro Stats
Final Exam
December 19, 2012
Directions: Before you leave, you must turn in both this exam sheet and any statistical tables. If
not, you will receive a significant grade r
Math 130 J.Jeneralczuk
Final Exam
Fall 2012
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Math 130 Fall 2011
Monday, December 19, 2011
9:00 AM 11:00 AM
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Final Exam
Please complete the following problems. Be sure to ask me if you have any questions or
anything is unclear. Partial cred
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Math 130 Section 01 Introduction to Statistics - Final Exam
Thursday, May 15th, 9 am - 12 pm in BEBU 107 (Paino)
Instructions:
1. Show all work. You may receive partial credit for partially comp
Tear off this sheet of paper for scratchwork, not to be turned in.
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Thursday May 15th 2014
Instructions:
1. Show all work. You may receive partial credit for partia
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Math 130 Fall 13, Manack
Instructions:
1. Show all work. You may receive partial credit for partially completed problems.
2. You may use calculators and a one-sided sheet of reference notes (two
19. Name that test! For each scenario, determine which statistical test is appropriate, based on how the data is collected.
Dont worry if the assumptions are met, just write down the test.
a. We want
Math 130
Final Exam
Spring 2014
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NO WORK =NO CREDIT.
Round the final answers to 3 decimal places.
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Questio
With the increase in the price of wood products
however, Chuck has been forced to increase the price of the Ultra-Lite pencils. As
a result, the demand for Ultra-Lite has been fairly stable over the p
FOUR DECIMAL ANSWERS
. In the 113th Congress, the United States House of Representatives has 78 women representative
with 59 being democrats and 19 being republicans. If a lobbyist for AARP randomly s
STATS Assignment Problems
INSTRUCTIONS
Make sure your answers are as complete as possible and show your
work/argument step-by-step. In particular, when there are calculations involved,
you should sho
DISCUSS the Problem with your Group
PROVIDE a unique, individually-written account of your understanding and your
solution on this paper. SHOW and EXPLAIN all of your work. TURN IN this
paper when ask
Find the probability that the selected the person can speak English but not Spanish.
18. Find the probability that the selected person can speak English, given that the
person can speak Spanish.
For t
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Math 130 Section 01 Introduction to Statistics - Final Exam
December 19th, 2 - 5 pm in Merrill 2
Instructions:
1. Show all work. You may receive partial credit for partially completed problems.