1)
HowmanyofthosehandsincludeexactlytwoQueens?Hint:Youneedtwoofthefourqueens,
andthreecardsfromthosethatarenotqueens.
It's best to find the number of ways to get two Queens, then three others, then to
DMI: Data Collection
Hypothesis: The taller a person is at Weston C.I, the less likely it is that they miss a basket from
the free throw line.
There are 3000 students at my school. For this experiment
DMI: Statistics of Two Variables
Below is a scatter plot of the data I have collected.
From this scatter plot we can see that there is a slight negative relationship between the
variables, suggesting
DataCollectionUnitAssignment
2. There are several approaches which can be taken to perform this opinion poll may.
Outlined below are three different sample techniques most suited for the 200-person
su
HealthQuestionnaire
Please indicate the following:
Your age:
Female/Male:
I took out the name, address, telephone number, and email since they are irrelevant to the study
and it is unnecessary to iden
Probability Assignment
1.
2. b) What is the probability that Toronto wins the series in four games?
P(T4) = 0.7 x 0.4 x 0.7 x 0.4 = 0.0784
The probability of Toronto winning in four games is is 0.0784
Statistics of Two Variables Assignment
1. (See attached file)
2. a)
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b) I calculated that the PPMCC is 0.762294. (MAKE SPREADSHEET)
c) From the PPMCC value we can conclude that there is a strong, pos
Unit 3 Statistics of One Variable Assignment
Rockall
Raw data is collected from Rockall- the wind speeds, measured in km/h on the fifty days
in the study are recorded, in ascending order, in the table
Normal Distribution Assignment
1.
This probability distribution curve would occur if there are more
people below the median. For example, this could be the probability
distribution for the grades of a
1. Complete the following table identify each set of data as qualitative or quantitative
and continuous or discrete.
Qualitative or
Quantitative
Continuous or
Discrete
the countries in the European Un