Psyc 60  Statistics
Homework 6
Remember to follow the homework guidelines listed in the course syllabus.
Homework 6 is due at the beginning of class on Monday, May 13th.

1.
Jesse James is always getting into shootouts with the police. He has collected
Psyc 60  Statistics
Homework 7
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Homework 7 is due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, May 29th.

1.Indicate whether each of the following studies involves two independent sampl
Psyc 60  Statistics
Homework 4
Remember to follow the homework guidelines listed in the course syllabus.
Homework 4 is due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, May 1st.
1.
What proportion of a normal distribution is located between each of the follow
Psyc 60  Statistics
Homework 5
Remember to follow the homework guidelines listed in the course syllabus.
Homework 5 is due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, May 8th.
1. Calculate the z test statistic for each of the following. If your decision cri
Psyc 60  Statistics
Homework 5
Remember to follow the homework guidelines listed in the course syllabus.
Homework 5 is due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, May 8th.
1.
Calculate the z test statistic for each of the following. If your decision cri
Psyc 60  Statistics
Homework 4
Remember to follow the homework guidelines listed in the course syllabus.
Homework 4 is due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, May 1st.
1.What proportion of a normal distribution is located between each of the followi
Psyc 60  Statistics
Homework 3
Remember to follow the homework guidelines listed in the course syllabus.
Homework 3 is due at the beginning of class on Monday, April 21st.
1.For each of the following pairs of distributions, first decide whether their st
Psyc 60  Statistics
Homework 2
Remember to follow the homework guidelines listed in the course syllabus.
Homework 2 is due at the beginning of class on Monday, April 15th.
1.Construct a frequency distribution table for the following set of scores. Inclu
Psyc 60 Statistics
Homework 1
Remember to follow the homework guidelines listed in the course syllabus.
Homework 1 is due at the beginning of class on Monday, April 8th.
1.Determine whether the data collected is nominal, ordinal, or quantitative.
a. You
PSYC 60 Review
Independent Variable: The variable that is manipulated
Dependent Variable: The variable that changes based on the independent variable (what
we are measuring)
Measurement Scales: NOIR (Nominal, Ordinal, Interval, Ratio)
o Nominal: Names, no
Stats Terms
TYPES OF STATISTICS
o Descriptive Statistics: Set of methods to describe data that we have collected
Ex. 80% of the people we surveyed specifically had the last name
Gonzalez
o Inferential Statistics: Set of methods used to make a generalizati
1. Write hypotheses using symbols and words
a. H0: 60 (population mean we were given)
a.i. Scores after the program yield results with a mean less than or equal to
the normal score of 60
b. H1: > 60 (population mean we were given)
b.i. Scores after the pr
Psyc 60  Statistics
Homework 6
Remember to follow the homework guidelines listed in the course syllabus.
Homework 6 is due at the beginning of class on Monday, May 13th.

1.Jesse James is always getting into shootouts with the police. He has collected a
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Study Stack  Capitulo 4 Table Review
Capitulo 4
Question
Answer
acotarse
to go to bed
afeitarse
to shave
arreglarse
to get ready
banarse
to take a bath
despertarse
to wake up
me despierto
wake myself up
dormir
to sleep
ducharse
to shower
lavars
Picture of a person: his name is James. He is very rich. He is from
America. He now lives in Argentina. His age is twentyseven years old.
He is very tall/short. His eyes are blue and he has brown hair. He is a
famous singer/manager. He has a big family.
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Study Stack  Where is Donde esta Table Review
Where is Donde esta
Question
Answer
abajo de
below
adentro de
inside
afuera de
outside
a la derecha
to the right
a la izquierda de
to the left of
al lado de
to the side of
alli
there
al norte/sur/es
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Study Stack  Spanish Vocabulary Table Review
Vocab for the first spanish quiz
Question
Answer
el hijo unico
only son
la hija
daughter
el hijo
son
el gemelo
twin
los abuelos
grandparents
la abuela
grandmother
el abuelo
grandfather
la hija unica
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Study Stack  TransitionMetalChemi Table Review
Transition metals oxides
Question
Answer
Scandium
3+ is most common oxidation state. BASIC OXIDE
Titanium
+4 is most common oxidation state. Also +3+2 LEWIS ACID
Vanadium
+5 is most common oxidatio
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Study Stack  Spanish Human body Table Review
Spanish Human body
Question
Answer
La barriga
tummy
La boca
mouth
El brazo
arm
La cabeza
head
La cara
face
El Cuello
neck
La espalda
back
El estomago stomach
El hombro
shoulder
La mano
hand
La nariz
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Study Stack  Paso B Table Review
Paso B
Question
Answer
Las cosas en el salon de classe things in the classroom
El borrador
eraser
El cartel
poster
El cuaderno
workbook/notebook
El diccionario
dictionary
El escritorio
desk
La luz
light
Las luce
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Study Stack  Paso C Table Review
Paso C
Question
Answer
el hijo unico
only son
la hija
daughter
el hijo
son
el gemelo
twin
los abuelos
grandparents
la abuela
grandmother
el abuelo
grandfather
la hija unica
only daughter
los hijos
sons
la madre
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Study Stack  Geography and Origin Table Review
for Spanish quiz
Question
Answer
Mexico
Mexico City
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Belice
Belmopan
Honduras
Tegucigalpa
Nicaragua
Managua
Costa Rica
San Jose
Panama
Ciudad Panama
Cuba
Habana
Republica Do
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Study Stack  Capitulo Dos Table Review
Capitulo Dos
Question
Answer
Almorzar
to have lunch
Andar en motocicleta
to ride a motorcycle
Andar en velero
to go sailing
Caminar
to walk
Charlar
to chat
Coser
to sew
Dar una fiesta
to give a party
Dar u
Independent vs Dependent Variable
Independent variables are the individual factors that you manipulate
Dependent variables are the results you measure they depend on the ivs you
manipulated
Qualitative vs Quantitative data
Qualitative Data: Nominal and Or
Review Problems for Exam 2:
Sample MC:
1. The distribution of sample means for sample size n = 1 would have a standard error of the
mean
a. Half as large as the populations standard deviation
b. Twice as large as the populations standard deviation
c. Equa