Chapter 3
Statistics for Describing, Exploring, and Comparing Data
3-2 Measures of Center
1. The mean, median, mode, and midrange are measures of center in the sense that they each
attempt to determin
Chapter 12
Analysis of Variance
12-2 One-Way ANOVA
1. a. One-way analysis of variance is appropriate for these data because they represent three or
more populations categorized by a single characteris
Chapter 5
Discrete Probability Distributions
5-2 Random Variables
1. As defined in the text, a random variable is a variable that takes on a single numerical value,
determined by chance, for each outc
8-1
Review and Preview
8-2
Basics of Hypothesis
Testing
8-3
Testing a Claim About
a Proportion
8-4
Testing a Claim About
a Mean: s Known
8-5
Testing a Claim About
a Mean: s Not Known
8-6
Testing a Cla
Review Chapter 6-7
Tran Thi Thuy
Q1
Find the third quartile using the given data:
49, 52, 52, 52, 74, 67, 55, 55
A) 61
B) 25 C) 40
D) 35
Q2= B
Construct the cumulative frequency distribution that corr
PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
D.R. variables
PMF & CDF
Mean & Variance
Chapter 3: Discrete Random Variables and
Probability Distributions
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Uniform Dis.
1. Discrete random variables
Binom
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Introduction
Data
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Collection
Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistics
Errors
Statistical
Thinking
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WHAT IS STATISTICS
Introduction
Int
PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
Introduction
Sampling
Distributions
General concepts
of point
estimation
Methods of point
estimation
Method of
moments
Method of
maximum
likelihood
Chapter 7: Point Estimation
PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
Introduction
Frequency
distribution
Chapter 6: Random sampling & Data Description
Numerical
Summaries
Learning objectives
Probability
Plots
1. Introduction to Statistics
Summa
DISCRETE
MATHEMATICS
AND
ITS APPLICATIONS
Book: Discrete Mathematics and Its
Applications
Author: Kenneth H. Rosen
Sixth Edition
McGraw-Hill International Edition
Chapter 1
The Foundations:
Logic and
PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
Introduction
Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistics
Data
Data
Collection
Learning objectives
Errors
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
Statistical
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12/10/17
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STUDENT LIST OF FINAL EXAM
Hall: Room 304
Subject: Principles of Accounting (ACC101)
Date: 17/11/2017
Time: 07h30-09h00
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Roll no.
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se04415 Bi Xun Hng
SE05804 T Trung Hiu
SE05819 L c Dng
SE06035 Nguyn Quang Minh
SE05429 T Tng Khu
SE05089 o Tin Thnh
6/11/2017
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Tnh ton i lng c trng:
Mean, median, mode kt hp Sum, min, max
Range, variance, standard deviation.
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Fast-food wars heat up in Indonesia
In the heart of the vast plantation belt that stretches across Indonesias resource-rich
Sumatra island, Kentucky Fried Chicken is fighting for market share.
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Class Activity 2
Probability Problems A answers
1. Barry Bonds Probability of a Home Run.
In the 2001 season, Barry Bonds hit 73 home runs in 476 times. Therefore,
P(home run) =
73
=0.15336
476
From h
Q1
The pdf of the time it takes a hematology cell
counter to complete a test on a blood sample
is f(x) = 0.04 for 50<x<75 seconds.
What percentage of tests require more than 70
seconds to complete?
A)
Solutions to Quiz # 2 (STA 4032)
1. The phone lines to an airline reservation system are occupied 40% of the time. Assume that the events that the lines are occupied on successive calls are independen
Which of the following is not an element of descriptive statistical
problems?
Select one:
a. Tables, graphs, or numerical summary tools.
b. The population or sample of interest.
c. An inference made a
Chapter 9
Inferences from Two Samples
9-2 Inferences About Two Proportions
1. There are two requirements for using the methods of this section, and each of them is violated.
(1) The samples should be
Chapter 10
Correlation and Regression
10-2 Correlation
1. a. r = the correlation in the sample. In this context, r is the linear correlation coefficient
computed using the chosen paired (points in Sup
Chapter 2
Summarizing and Graphing Data
2-2 Frequency Distributions
1. No. The first class frequency, for example, tells us only that there were 18 pennies with
weights in the 2.40-2.49 grams class, b
Chapter 1
Introduction to Statistics
1-2 Statistical Thinking
1. A voluntary response sample, also called a self-selected selected, is one in which the subjects
themselves decide whether or not to par
Chapter 6
Normal Probability Distributions
6-2 The Standard Normal Distribution
1. The word normal as used when referring to a normal distribution does carry with it some of
the meaning the word has i
Chapter 8
Hypothesis Testing
8-2 Basics of Hypothesis Testing
1. Given the large sample size and the fact that 20% is so much less than 50%, it is apparent that
any confidence interval for the proport
Chapter 4
Probability
4-2 Basic Concepts of Probability
1. To say that the probability of being injured while using recreation equipment in 1/500 means
that approximately one injury occurs for every 5
Q1. A study of the amount of time it take a mechanic to rebuild the transmission
for a 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier shows that the mean is 8.4 hours and the standard
deviation is 1.8 hours. If 49 mechanics