Two voters. Al and Bill, are each choosing between one of three candidates1. 2. and 3who are running for city' council. An experimental outcome species
both Als choice and Bilrs choice, e_g_. the pair
Suppose the probability that a us resident has traveled to Canada is 0.13, to Mexico is dog; and to both countries is 0.04. Matcn tire events with the
probabilities.
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Let A and B be arbitrary events. Match the following events with their denitions.
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Statistics
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Statistics Analysis Paper
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stats101A HW5
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A researcher wants to predict annual income from the years of e
Statistics 101A- Fall 2016
Homework six
Part one: Using the UCLA stress echo data set (this data set and its description
is posted on week eight of CCLE).
Using R conduct two-way ANOVA using maximum h
Statistics 101A
Fall 2016
What you need to know for our midterm?
Calculations/interpretations within contexts/plots
Correlation and covariance
Different sums of squares
T test of the slope
T test
Discrete variable (how many)-a quantitative variable that can
assume a countable number of values corresponding to isolated
points along a line interval. That is, there is a gap between
any two values
Categorical variablePlaces an element into one of several groups or categories.
Note: arithmetic operations, such as addition and averaging
are NOT meaningful for data resulting from a categorical
var
Probability allows us to make the inferential jump from sample
to population. The purpose of this chapter is to see what the
laws of probability tell us without going into the mathematics
of probabili
The Ogive is constructed by plotting a point corresponding to
the cumulative frequency, cumulative relative frequency, or
cumulative percent frequency and each upper class limit.
Because of the gaps t
controlled so that more informative data can be obtained about
the variable of interest.
cross-sectional data- data collected at the same or
approximately the same point in time, for example, data
det
What is film?
A medium that uses sight and sound
to present ideas and information,
usually on a screen
How do we study film? Through
Pictures and sound
Audiences
Industry
History
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How do we jud
H ow does a character na r rator and a non-character nar rator appear and work?
-omniscient voice (All knowing and All seeing etc
-unseen character (i.e. ghost)
-a character in the film that tu rns to
Important point: space alters how we feel/see/hear time and vice-versa
Openings, Closing and Patterns of Development:
Openings: provide what is to come and initiates us into the narrative
Vocab: in me
Chapter 3: Film art
Narrative, Principles and Construction
-Cause and effect
-a series of events (not necessarily shown in linear order) that a movie the story/narrative forward
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