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Stat 30100
Name: Lexi Stephens
Workbook #4
Normal Table Practice
For each of the following, draw the normal curve, shade in the region of interest and use the standard
normal table to find either the
Stat 30100
Real World #4
This problem set uses the same dataset as before with information surveyed from 95 randomly
selected students in Stat 30100. We will use SPSS through IU AnyWare to perform all
Stat 30100
Real World #5
This problem set uses the same dataset as before with information surveyed from 95 randomly
selected students in Stat 30100. We will use SPSS through IU AnyWare to perform all
Stat 30100
Stephens
Name: Lexi
Workbook #3
For each of the following, identify whether the variable is discrete or continuous.
Discrete
Continuous
1.) The time it takes a student selected at random to
Stat 30100
Name: Lexi Stephens
Workbook #1
In a study of a weight loss program, 45 adults aged 30-45 were randomly chosen. Each person was
weighed before the program and after. The average weight loss
Stat 30100
Real World #2
This problem set uses the same dataset as before with information surveyed from 95 randomly
selected students in Stat 30100. We will use SPSS through IU AnyWare to perform all
Stat 30100
Real World #3
This problem set uses the same dataset as before with information surveyed from 95 randomly
selected students in Stat 30100. We will use SPSS through IU AnyWare to perform all
Stat 30100
Stephens
Name: Lexi
Workbook #2
Year
An anonymous survey was sent out to students asking about their academic honesty. This survey of
students gauged whether they have ever cheated on an ex
Stat 30100
Real World #1
The purpose of these Real World Problems and Projects are to use statistical technology and a
dataset to research a real problem discussed in society. This semester we will ex
Stat 30100
Stephens
Name: Lexi
Workbook #5
SAT scores are normally distributed with a mean of 1511 and a standard deviation of 312. Scores on the
ACT test are normally distributed with mean 21.1 and a
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STAT 350 Lecture 8: ANOVA and Regression
Explanation of Variability
(Chapter 11, 13 of WMMY)
Outline
1 Introduction
2 Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
3 Linear Regression
Three Types
Objective is to check
15:56 Sunday 27th November, 2016
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Project 2: Simulation and p value
STAT35000, Fall 2016,
Due: November 15 (Tuesday), 2016
Abst
STAT 350-23130,
R- Project 1: Analysis of Real Data
Requirement of the Project
The R project is to complete a data analysis project by using statistical software R. Note the style
is not "I give you a
13:25 Wednesday 19th October, 2016
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Lecture 5: Sampling Distribution and Central
Limit Theorem
STAT35000, Fall 2016, Section 224
STAT 35000-Sec 23130: Homework 8
Unit 3: Frequentist Inference
Due on December 8 (Thursday)
Madhu Bhattacharjee 12:00PM-1:15PM
August 16, 2016
Instructions:
1) This set of homework covers Ch11 and Ch1
Solution for HW6
Ans:
a) Not correct. A confidence interval is not about the individuals in the population.
b) Not correct. A confidence interval is not about the individuals in the sample.
c) Not cor
10:05 Friday 28th October, 2016
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Project 2: Sampling
STAT35000, Fall 2016, Section 23130
Due: November 15, 2016
Abstract
This is
STAT 35000-Sec 23130: Homework 5
Unit 3: Frequentist Inference
Due on November 08 (Tuesday)
Madhu Bhattacharjee 12:00PM-1:15PM
August 16, 2016
Instructions:
1) This set of homework covers Ch8.
2) It i
STAT 35000-Sec 23130: Homework 4
Unit 2: Probability Models and Bayesian Argument
Due on October 20 (Thursday)
Madhu Bhattacharjee 12:00PM-1:15PM
August 16, 2016
Instructions:
1) This set of homework
STAT 35000-Sec 23130: Homework 2
Unit 2: Probability Models and Bayesian Argument
Due on September 27 (Tuesday)
Madhu Bhattacharjee 12:00PM-1:15PM
September 14, 2016
Instructions:
1) This set of homew
STAT 35000-Sec 23130: Homework 3
Unit 2: Probability Models and Bayesian Argument
Due on October 06 (Thursday)
Madhu Bhattacharjee 12:00PM-1:15PM
August 16, 2016
Instructions:
1) This set of homework
Quiz 1
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