Use the information in the table below for the following three questions
The table below shows the calories per 12oz for the population of beers made by the Yuengling brewing
company out of Philadelphia, PA.
Brand
Calories 12 oz
Yuengling Ale
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Damon Perkins
Comm210s121
Topic: Deaf in Military
Source 1:
Database: TEDxtalks
Citation:
Nolan. K. (2011, April). Deaf in the Military
[Video File]. Retrieved from
https:/www.ted.com/talks/keith_nolan_deaf_in_the_military
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Comm 210 notes
Informative presentations (CH. 4 and 11)
Make directions as to how to make a pbj
1) obtain pb, jellay, and bread
2) get 2 slices of bread
3) open peanut butter and place pb on a slice of bread w/ knife
4) open jelly place jelly on a slice o
ESSENTIAL STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
Statistical Tables
The Unit Normal Table
Column (A) lists z-score values. Column (B) lists the proportion of the am between the mean and the z-score value.
Column (C) lists the proportion of the area beyo
Hypothesis Test for Mean Using Given Data
(Standard Deviation Known-z-test)
A hypothesis test is conducted when trying to find out if a claim is true or not.
And if the claim is true, is it significant. The calculator makes hypothesis testing
easier by pe
Statistics Lecture Nine Hypothesis Testing Part III
Statistics Lecture Nine Part III
More about alpha
We were talking about the tails of the distribution, which is where we want to be with our
sample mean. The alpha level establishes a precise "cut-off",
Statistics Lecture Nine Hypothesis Testing Part II
Statistics Lecture Nine Hypothesis Testing Part II
The Null and the Alternate Hypothesis
We were talking about sampling error. How does this business of sampling error relate to the
statements of hypothes
Statistics Lecture Nine Hypothesis Testing Part I
Statistics Lecture Nine Hypothesis Testing
The material in this lecture covers concepts related to chapter 8 of your text. It is divided into
three parts.
What we covered in the last lecture:
In lecture ei
ECON 221, Fall 2015
Dr. Tung Liu
Department of Economics
Ball State University
Assignment 1- Answer Key
1.
a.
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Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
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9
7
5
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36
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0.25
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Damon Perkins
Professor David Martin
Communication 210 #121
Purpose
My speechs purpose was to educate my audience to be able to introduce
themselves with basic signs from American Sign Language. However considering
the time constraints, I dont think my au
Gross Domestic Product is defined by the Organization for Economic Cooperation
and Development as an aggregate measure of production equal to the sum of the
gross values added of all resident institutional units engaged in production (plus any
taxes, and
Russell 1
Malcolm Russell
Professor Douglas Heiwig
Economics 202
21 September 2014
Market Failure Research Paper
A market failure can be defined as the quantity supplied demanded by the consumers
doesnt equal the quantity supplied. There are many cases of
Damon Perkins
Professor Martin
Section 121
Informative Speech Analysis
I believe my introduction in my informative speech has improved when compared
to my demonstration speech. Compared to my demonstration speech, in my
informative speech, I was able to s
Damon Perkins
Professor David Martin
Section 121
Topic: Foreign language should be required in US schools
Source 1: The influence of a Time Limit and Bilinguaism on Scholastic Assessment
Test Performance
Database: Academic Search Premier
Full Citation: De
Eighty-two percent of US residents are monolingual, and the United States
is the only industrialized country where language study is, for the most part,
optional rather than mandatory and where second-language study begins, in
most cases, at age fourteen.
Damon Perkins
Professor David Martin
Section 121
Annotated Bibliography
DeDonno, M. A., Rivera-Torres, K., Monis, A., & Fagan, J. F. (2014). The Influence of a
Time Limit and Bilingualism on Scholastic Assessment Test Performance. North
American Journal o
LIBRARY RESEARCH WORKSHEET
Name: _Damon Perkins_
Section: _121_
Date: _03/11/15_
Topic: _ _ _Need for foreign language in classrooms in
us_
Find six sources in the Bracken library on the subject of your informative speech. The articles have to be
from six
These economic indicators havent gone awry due to the conservative style the
Federal Reserve has been using with their policies. The Federal Reserve recently
announced that it was ending a two year stimulus program designed to keep interest
rates low, and
Alan Greenspan, the economist who is most infamously known as being the
sole individual that caused the housing bubble to burst, due to his monetary policies
as the Federal reserve head, which lead to Greenspan to cut interest rates as low as
1% to banks.
Excel #5
1
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Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.4637827806
R Square
0.2150944676
Adjusted R Square
0.2094431478
Standard Error
4.143926293
Observations
1260
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total
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Excel Problem Set 3. Normal Distribution Problem Set
The assignment deals with solving Normal Distribution problems using Excel. Use the information in the
Height-Weight Spreadsheet for the following questions. Use Excel to calculate your answers and form
Donna Godwin
Business Statistics
Chapter 8
#9
The 95% confidence interval is 3.37-0.05=3.32to 3.37+0.05=3.42, (3.32,3.42).
#15
64 mean is number of customer contacts
#21
The true mean for annual consumption lies between 99.4 and 160.6.
#27
a. sample size
Donna Godwin
Business Statistics
Chapter 10 Homework
Chapter 10
#13
a. Memphis (FedEx) sample mean = 9.3
Sample standard deviation = 2.54
Louisville (UPS) sample mean = 4.2
Sample standard deviation = 1.43
b. point estimate = 9.3 4.2 = 5.1, Memphis 2
c. a
Donna Godwin
Business Statistics
Chapter 15
#8
a. The regression equation is
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SE
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P
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110.4
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2.31
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2.45
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Continuous Random Variable
The Normal Distribution
Carl Friedrich Gauss
Made major contributions to:
Number theory, statistics, analysis,
differential geometry, geodesy,
geophysics, electrostatics, astronomy and
optics
Along with de Moivre, discovered
Continuous Random Variable
The Normal Distribution
Carl Friedrich Gauss
Made major contributions to:
Number theory, statistics, analysis,
differential geometry, geodesy,
geophysics, electrostatics, astronomy and
optics
Along with de Moivre, discovered
Continuous Random Variables
Today
1. Continuous Distributions
a. Basic setup
2. The Uniform Distribution
a. Probability Density function
b. Mean
c. Variance
3. Introduction to the Normal Distribution
Econ 221
Lecture 10
2
Exam Stats
. Mean: 72.2
. Standar
Econ 221
Qualitative can be ranked
Quantitative is a set number
A Pie Chart and a Bar chart are two widely used graphical representations of
qualitative data
Steam-and-leaf diagram
o A preliminary step when analyzing a data set. It is useful in that it
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CHAPTER 2
Number 18
18.
a.
The lowest holiday spending is $180; the highest $2050.
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Donna Godwin
Business Statistics
Research Project
The underlying concept of statistical process control is based on a comparison of what is happening
today with what happened previously. We take a snapshot of how the process typically performs or build
a
Donna Godwin
Business Statistics
Chapter 5
#21
a. The expected value of the job satisfaction for senior executives equals 4.05.
b. The expected value of the job satisfaction for middle managers equals 3.84.
c. Variance = 1.2475
c.
Variance = 1.1344
d. Sta