CH.10 Statistical Inference
for Two Samples
Inference on the difference in means of two
normal distributions, variances known
Inference on the difference in means of two
normal distributions, varian
CH-11 Simple Linear Regression and
Correlation
Empirical models
Simple linear regression
Properties of the least squares estimators
Hypothesis tests in simple linear regression
Confidence intervals
P
CH.8 Statistical Intervals for a
Single Sample
Introduction
Confidence interval on the mean of a normal
distribution, variance known
Confidence interval on the mean of a normal
distribution, varian
CH.6 Random Sampling and
Descriptive Statistics
Population vs Sample
Random sampling
Numerical summaries :
sample mean, sample variance, sample range
Stem-and-Leaf Diagrams
Median, quartiles, pe
CH.7 Sampling Distributions and
Point Estimation of Parameters
Introduction
Parameter estimation, sampling distribution, statistic, point estimator,
point estimate
Sampling distribution and the Cen
EE 202
Homework Four
The following are meant to be self-study questions. However, Questions 4-b, 9-b, 10-a and 11 are to be submitted to
the TA for grading by the end of the PS on Friday, 8 May 2015.
EECS 216 Midterm I Solutions
Ahmet Ademoglu, PhD
April 15, 2015
(25pts) Question 1. Show mathematically whether the systems below are linear,
time-invariant and causal;
a)
i) y(t) = et x(t + 1) + x(t
VGA Generator for the XSA
Boards
October 12, 2004 (Version 1.0)
Application Note by D. Vanden Bout
Summary
This application note discusses the timing for the video signals that drive a VGA monitor and
EE 242 Numerical Methods for Electrical Engineering
Project 2: Computing Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors using Normalized
Power Iteration together with Deflation
Deadline: April 16, 2015 23:59 PM
Project
EE 242 Numerical Methods for Electrical Engineering
Spring 2014
Project 2: Secant and Bisection Methods
Due Date: 17th of May . (-10% if late by 1-2 days, -20% if late by 3-7 days, -100% if late by >8
Process Costing
Terminology
Process Costing is a system where the unit cost of a product or
service is obtained by assigning total costs to many identical or
similar units
Each unit receives the same
Spoilage, Rework, and Scrap
Basic Terminology
Spoilage: Units of production, either fully or partially completed,
that do not meet the specications required by customers for good
units and that are di
Recap from Week 3
The Measurement of the Business Income
The primary objective of accounting is measuring the net income of the
businesses according to the generally accepted accounting principles.
Ne
An Introduction to Cost Terms and Purposes
What is accounting?
Accounting Systems take economic events and transactions, and process the
data into information that is helpful to managers and other use
Job Costing
Costing Systems: Terminology
Cost Object: Anything for which a measurement of costs is
desired. There are two major cost objects:
Product
Responsibility Centers: Subunits of organizations
Financial Statement Analysis
Overview
Accounting Function
Stewardship Accounting
- external usage
-report for public usage
Income Tax Accounting
-special income reports
-tax forms
ex: selection of
dep
Recap from Week 2
Rules Of Double-entry Bookkeeping
T Accounts
Very useful to understand how the double-entry system works. They
are the basic representations of the accounts and have three parts:
Tit
Recap from Week 4
Accounting for Merchandising Operations
One of the primary objectives of accounting is measuring the net
income of the businesses according to the generally accepted
.
accounting pri
Introduction to Accounting
Denitions of Accounting
What is Accounting?
Denition 1 (Inst. Certied Pub. Accountants ):
Accounting is the art of recording, classifying, and summarizing
in a signicant man
Recap From Week 1
Summary
We learned:
What Accounting is:
the process of identifying, measuring, and communicating
economic information to permit informed judgements and decisions
The Accounting Funct