Andrew Eskander Math 11L April 6, 2008 Lab 1 1. Bar Graph of the Weather:
Cl oudCov e r f r om2 0 0 1 2 0 0 7
25 20 Pe r ce nt 15 10 5 0
Fog
MostlyCloudy
Over cast Par tlyCloudy CloudCov e r
Rain
Sunny
Per centw ithinalldat a.
In this specific bar graph,
Andrew Eskander Math 11L April 11, 2008 Lab 2 1.
Hi st ogr a mof Af Am
14 12 10 Fr e que ncy 8 6 4 2 0
0
6
12
18 24 # of A f A m
30
36
42
The distribution of the percentage of African-American residents in the 50 states would appear to be skewed to the ri
Andrew Eskander Math 11L April 18, 2008 Lab 3 1. The equation of the regression line is BMR = 157 + 0.187 * Mass.
Sca t t e r pl ot of BMRv sMa ss
9000 8000 7000 6000 BMR 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 0 10000 20000 Ma ss 30000 40000 50000
2. The regression l
Andrew Eskander Math 11 Lab Lab 4 1. There were 5 heads in the first experiment, three in the second, three in the third, and four heads in the fourth experiment. 2. The probability of getting no heads in the five tosses is 0.03125. The probability of get
Andrew Eskander Math Lab 11 June 6, 2008 Lab #8 1.
Sca t t e r pl ot of HT9 v sHT2
155 150 145 140 HT9 135 130 125 120
80
85
90 HT2
95
100
Re si dua l sVe r susHT2
( r esponseisHT9) 10
5 Re sidua l
0
5
10
80
85
90 HT2
95
100
The regression equation is HT