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Module 2 Homework Assignment (45 points)
Chapter 4
Respondents to a survey on personal attitudes provided ages. The first table provides descriptive
statistics for 20 respondents. Possible scores ra
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Chapter 1 Quiz
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1 out of 1 points
Which of the following characteristics is associated with the tails of the normal curve?
Selected Answer: A.
Asymptotic
Question 2
1 out of 1 points
What is the area betwe
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A research study is investigating the effects of studying French one, two,
or three hours weekly between 4th graders and 9th graders. How would this
factorial design
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A college admissions officer wanted to see whether early admissions and regular admissions
students differed on first-year grade point average. His sample consisted of
Module 1 Homework Assignment (75 points) be sure to go to the end of the document (page 7)
Obtain the following article:
Meghani, A., & Cho, E. (2009). Self-reported pain and utilization of pain treat
In which of the following cases is it most likely that the Pearson r will not
give meaningful information?
Selected
Answer:
X and Y are skewed; the sample size
is 20.
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If a distribution has a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 25, how many standard
deviations is 0 from the mean?
Selected Answer: A.
-2
Question 2
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A dependent-samples t test/repeated-measures ANOVA measures the same group of subjects
twice. If the null hypothesis is true, would you expect the means to be exactly th
Quiz 5
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Young children have difficulty regulating sodium levels, because their kidneys havent
fully matured. A pediatrician wanted to know if there was a difference in
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A researcher asked his respondents for their political affiliation. He obtained this data:
Data Political Affiliation: Independent, Democrat, Democrat, Republican, Re
Module 4 - Chapters 11 - 16
By the end of this unit you will be able to achieve the following course outcomes:
3.1 Interpret information that has been presented in mathematical form (e.g. with
functio
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Chapter 2 Quiz
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Module 3 HW Assignment (40 points)
Chapter 7
Twenty-four arachnophobes were shown either a picture of a spider (n=12) or asked to play with a real
spider (n=12). Participants were then asked to rate
Question 1
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What is the median of the following set of first-time statistics students
ages: 18, 18, 18, 19, 19, 19, 19, 20, 22, 22, 23, 23, 23, 24, 25, 26, 26, 29,
33, 64?
Select
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You are conducting a study that is investigating the effects of gender (sex), age (agecat),
and highest degree of schooling (degree) on the number of hours spent on th
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Getting Started Quiz
1/13
Final Review
Lecture 1 and Lecture 2 Power Point
10.5 Power:
Power = 1-
P(Reject H0 | H0 false)
p.243: the likelihood that a particular study will
detect a deviation from H0, given that one exists.
B652 HOMEWORK #5: KEY
1.
page 368: #12, part (a) by hand
H0: no association/difference between screenings
This is paired binary data, so use McNemars test
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B652: Lecture #13
December 10, 2015
Class Project: turn in tonight.
Ill have them graded by next week.
Send me email if you need to know.
Quiz #6: take tonight.
Homework #6: due next week! (Dec. 17t
B652: Biostatistics II
August 27, 2015
Instructor = Allen Nyhuis, MS
TA = still undetermined
Syllabus
Books, software: SAS using IUAnywhere
Project groups or individual (up to you)
Introduction/Review
NAME: J
B652: Quiz 2
Thursday, September 24, 2015
1. Suppose you are 26 and your grandparent just died at age 90. Using the life table on pages
120123 (Table 5 .8) to compute the conditional probabili
B652: HOMEWORK #3 KEY
1.
Do Pagano & Gauvreau: page 445: #10, using SAS (PROC REG) for all regression computations and
scatterplots.
(a),(b) SAS Program:
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B652: Quiz 5
Thursday, November 12, 2015
1. At a clinic designed to assess purchase consideration, 400 respondents wen;l asked 1:331 was
evaluate two prototype products. After each evaluatio
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B652: Quiz 3
Thursday, October 8, 2015
1. Suppose you t a logistic regression model to predict the probability of premenopausal
women having breast cancer one year from today. The v
B652: HOMEWORK #4 KEY
SAS Program:
proc import datafile ='F:\P652\FLUORIDE.xls' out=hw4 dbms=xls replace;
run;
* Part a - creating a new variable DMFTCHG, the change in DMFT ;
data hw4a;
set hw4;
DMFT
The Future of Virtual Reality
1. Virtual reality is a human-made environment that is created with software. Also,is experienced
through sight and sound. An example : is a 3-D image
2. The complex form
QUESTIONS FOR MINI-CASES
MGMT 495
SPRING 2017
1) Jan. 2017 Trump Puts Auto Makers, Trade Policy in Spotlight
Reporter:
Christina Rogers, William Mauldin and Mike Colias
Date: 01/04/2017
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Poetry
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Poetry
Poetry is not a random kind of literature. Poet is a way of expressing ones views, ideas,
and worldviews. Also, a poet is a platform to relieve strong emotion. I se