21JAN2010
Steen Andersson
S300
QUIZ 1
DUE THURSDAY 21JAN
In the le Q1.xls you will nd data and calculation/answer sheets for the problems below.
Problem 1. A a certain early morning on a cattle farm in Denmark the amount
of milk in liter (l) produced by e
Stats - Krekeler
Address the issues raised in 12.85 on page 478. Remember that
this is to be a formal report and the explanations must be
complete. You should also include any relevant and appropriate
charts and tables created in Excel within the body of
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Stats Paper 1
I already know from the hard time I have had attempting to do this paper that
my result are not near what is expected in my calculations. I spent many
frustrating hours scouring youtube and excel tricks but was unable to
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(All answers have been rounded to two decimal places like we have been doing in
homework.)
A.
Calories
Fat
Mean
Median
Q1
Q3
108.33
3.38
110
92.5
120
70
27.5
378.79
19.46
.18
3.25
1.75
4.86
5.5
3.13
3.10
1.76
.52
B.
Range
Interquartile Rang
Final Project
Statistics
Tyler Miller, Toby Holman, Maxwell
National Standards
My group was curious if everything we learn in high school is retained as we get older
into college or beyond. This prompted us to create an experiment based on national standa
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1. Jason is buying a new computer. He is comparing various models using many different
variables. These variables play an important role in making the decision about which
computer he will buy. Identify each of the following variables as c
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FINAL EXAM S300
Grading: 60 points each problem evenly distributed on the
subproblems within each problem.
INAL EXAM
PROB 1
t
In the month of December every workplace in Denmark has a xmass lunch for all people working
there. If you nev
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1. A penny is tossed. We observe whether it lands heads up or tails up. Suppose the penny
is a fair coin, i.e., the probability of heads is 1 2 and the probability of tails is 1 2 . What
does this mean?
A) Every occurrence of a head must b
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1. For each of the following scenarios, determine whether the binomial distribution is the
appropriate distribution for the random variable X.
A) A fair coin is flipped ten times. Let X = the number of times the coin comes up tails.
B) A f
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1. Jason is buying a new computer. He is comparing various models using many different
variables. These variables play an important role in making the decision about which
computer he will buy. Identify each of the following variables as c
Name: _ Date: _
1. For each of the following scenarios, determine whether the binomial distribution is the
appropriate distribution for the random variable X.
A) A fair coin is flipped ten times. Let X = the number of times the coin comes up tails.
B) A f
Name: _ Date: _
1. A penny is tossed. We observe whether it lands heads up or tails up. Suppose the penny
is a fair coin, i.e., the probability of heads is 1 2 and the probability of tails is 1 2 . What
does this mean?
A) Every occurrence of a head must b
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1. A study is conducted on students taking a statistics class. Several variables are recorded
in the survey. Identify each variable as categorical or quantitative.
A) Type of car the student owns.
B) Number of credit hours taken during tha
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Use the following to answer question 1:
The statistics of a particular basketball player state that he makes 4 out of 5 free-throw attempts.
1. During a season, the basketball player makes an average of about 200 free-throw
attempts. On ho
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FINAL EXAM S300
Grading: 60 points each problem evenly distributed on the
subproblems within each problem.
INAL EXAM
PROB 1
t
In the month of December every workplace in Denmark has a xmass lunch for all people
working there. If you never have parti
Stats Final Conceptual Problems
Statistics: uses observed data to make informed suppositions about a population
1.Confidence Interval: provide a range of plausible values for a population parameter
2. Hypothesis Tests: consider the plausibility of a speci