STAT 350-001 & 002 - Introductory Statistics II
(CRNs 71559 & 78512)
Course Syllabus (Draft of Aug 28) - Fall 2010 Administrative: Classes: Sec 001: 3:00 to 4:15pm, Monday & Wednesday, August 30th to December 8th, Engineering, Room 1108. Sec 002: 4:30 to
Assigned Readings and Homework Due Jan 28th 2014
Readings:
1) Course syllabus and schedule
2) On Blackboard in the Journal Articles folder read The Gargle Effect and watch the TED talk video.
Take notes and be prepared to discuss in-class next week.
3) Re
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STAT 350 Research Project
1. Students may work individually or in groups of up to 3 persons
2. Students research designs must be approved by the instructor before the study begins.
3. Project scope:
1. Students may choose any topic on which to conduct the
STAT350 Homework#4
1.
2/17/2014 7:13:55 PM
Welcome to Minitab, press F1 for help.
General Linear Model: Distance versus Club, Brand
Factor
Club
Brand
Type
fixed
fixed
Levels
2
4
Values
Driver, Five-iron
A, B, C, D
Analysis of Variance for Distance, usin
STAT 350: Activity #1
Name: _
Review of graphical displays, random sampling and one sample hypothesis tests.
Goal: To use a one sample hypothesis test to examine the mean reading level of a book
Set-up: A middle school teacher was concerned that the book,
EconometricsSummer 2014
Problem Set 1
1) From OpenIntro Statistics:
(a) It is able to see a positive line in the Age scatter plot. The wifes age increase
with the increase of husbands age. There is strong positive linear relationship
between Husbands age
EconometricsSummer 2014
Problem Set 4 (Due 5/31/14)
1) Create your own t-distribution table in Excel using the TINV function (with twotailed significance levels =0.2, 0.1, 0.05, 0.02, and 0.01). Print the table with DoF
ranging from 1-40.
t
signi_levels
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EconometricsSummer 2014
Problem Set 2
1) From OpenIntro Statistics:
7.7 (a) R=-0.7 match with (4)
(b) R=0.45 match with (3)
(c) R=0.06 match with (1)
(d) R=0.92 match with (2)
7.8 (a) R=0.49 match with (2)
(b) R=-0.48 match with (4)
(c) R=-0.03 match with
STAT350 Homework #3
1)
12.9
(a) df1= 5-1= 4
df2= 35-5 = 30
According to Table E, F is between 2.69 and 3.25.
(b)
Distribution Plot
F, df1=4, df2=30
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(c) F=2.83
According to Table E, 0.025 < p < 0.05
Practice Problems for Exam 1 - Solutions
1. Six randomly selected students went on a new diet program in an attempt to lose weight. The
results are listed below.
Subject
1: Abdul
2: Ed
3: Jim
4: Max
5: Phil
6: Ray
Weight Before
(in lbs)
174
191
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GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
Econ 308.002Managerial Economics
Professor:
E-mail:
Office hours:
Phone:
Marian Moszoro [aka Mariano]
[email protected]
Mondays at 11:30am12:30pm in Mason Hall D151
+1-510-926-7738
Time and Venue
Mondays and Wednesdays at 1:302:45pm
STAT 350 Section : Introductory Statistics II
Spring 2017 Sections 001 and 003
Catalog description: Emphasis on applications. Topics include analysis of variance, multiple
regression, and nonparametric inference. A statistical computer package is used for
STAT 350-001 - Introductory Statistics II
(CRN 11048)
Course Syllabus (Draft of Jan 17) - Spring 2011 Administrative: Classes: Final Exam: Instructor: 1:30 to 2:15pm, Tuesday & Thursday, January 25th to May 5th, Engineering, Room 1108. 1:30 to 4:15pm, Thu
STAT 250 Sims A-1.
Assignment A
Rian Holland
A-2. Problem 2.111 Comparative Box Plot:
Di st r i but i onof N umbe r of Fl i e s
Regular Food, Ty pe of Food Gr apeJuice
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A-3. a. Median using the fractile method= 4.505 (.5)(51
ASSIGNMENTB
STAT350001
RianHolland
A notA SUM
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0.15 0.35 0.5
notB
0.22 0.28 0.5
SUM
0.37 0.63
A(possibleoutcomesandprobabilities) OUTCOMES X1 SS X2 SU X3 US X4 UUS X5 UUU
0.8*0.8 0.8*0.2+0.2*0.8 0.2*0.8+0.8*0.2 0.2*0.2*0.8 0.2*0.2*0.2
0.64 0.32 0.32 0.03
MINITAB Guide (Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 8)
Enable Commands
Before you can enter commands into the Session Window in MINITAB, you must see an MTB> prompt in your Session window. If you do not see an MTB> prompt, you must "Enable Commands". Session Window must
MINITAB Guide (Chapters 14-22)
When performing a significance test with the subcommand alternative0 (i.e., two-sided test), MINITAB also produces a confidence interval. To specify the confidence level, need to also submit a confidencesubcommand when perfo
Bar Graph of Frequency Table
Create a bar graph from categorical data already summarized in a frequency table. MTB>chartc3 SUBC>title"DistributionofBirthsByDay ofWeekin2005" SUBC>axlabel1"DayofWeek" SUBC>axlabel2"NumberofBirths" SUBC>frequencyc2 SUBC>bar.
STAT 350 Section : Introductory Statistics II
Spring 2017 Sections 001 and 003
Catalog description: Emphasis on applications. Topics include analysis of variance, multiple
regression, and nonparametric inference. A statistical computer package is used for
STAT350 Multiple Regression Homework
April 1st
11.10
(a) One of the assumptions for multiple regression is that the distribution of errors are normal,
not for the explanatory variables.
(b) The P-value for the ANOVA F test is smaller, it suggests that we