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Week One Homework Problems
MAT 540: Statistical Concepts for Research
July 27, 2015
WEEK ONE HOMEWORK PROBLEMS
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1.20 Consider the population of all students at your college. You want to learn about total
monthly
Provide a link for a picture of a scatter plot where the r value is not given. Estimate what you think
the r value would be and explain why. Respond to at least two of your classmates posts.
For this scatter plot the causal relationship in the x - variabl
Find a study where the distribution follows a normal or bell-shaped curve. An example of a
normal distribution or bell-shaped curve, called Heights of Red Pine Seedlings, is located in
the beginning of Chapter 6 in the book. . Cite the source of the study
Running head: Motor Safety
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Motor Vehicle Safety
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MAT 540 Statistical Concepts for Research
Summer 2016
Running head: Motor Safety
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Introduction
Motor vehicle and vehicle safety, especially in metropolitan environments, tends
to be at the forefro
In Chapter 8 of your text, read the interpretation of confidence intervals. Find a journal article from
the library that incorporates repeated sampling. This may be stated or implied. Use the explanation
in the last paragraph of the section on interpretat
Describe a recent Gallup poll. Be sure to include the results of the poll, how the poll was
conducted, and what the results will be used for.
Gallup polls are considered to be one of the best known public opinion polls conducted in which
polls are estimat
Running head: Childhood Obesity Outline
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Childhood Obesity Outline
MAT 540 Statistical Concepts for Research
01/25/2016
Childhood Obesity Outline
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Childhood Obesity Outline
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Introduction
A. Thesis: Childhood obesity has increased significantly over th
Actuaries work with statistics and probabilities each day. What do actuaries do and what tests do
they take? Respond to at least two of your classmates posts.
I did not find this information in the book; however, I can see how important the work of an
act
For this discussion, I chose a scatter plot that was found in the Chapter 8.6 of the source The
Virtual Psychology Classroom (Heffner, n.d.) This scatter plot graphs the correlating relationship
between years of experience and income where the same correl
Running Head: FINAL PAPER OUTLINE
Final Paper Outline
Heather Ford
MAT 540: Statistical Concepts for Research
Dr. Richard Vaughn
April 16, 2017
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FINAL PAPER OUTLINE
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Topic
A. Relationship between Sleep Quality/Quantity and Performance
Several studies
Running head: CASE 9A (MIDDLEHURST HOUSE)
Case 9A (Middlehurst House)
Heather Ford
BUS630: Managerial Accounting
Instructor: Isabel Wan
March 24, 2017
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Case 9A (Middlehurst House)
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To: Mr. Bill Compton, Owner
Mr. George Friedman, Owner, Director
From: H
Running Head: Case 6B Chester & Wayne
Case 6B Chester & Wayne
Heather Ford
BUS630: Managerial Accounting
Instructor: Isabel Wan
March 17, 2017
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RUNNING HEAD: Case 6B Chester & Wayne
Case 6B Chester & Wayne
Creating a cash budget is no easy task. It is on
Running head: STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF TERMINATED PREGNANCIES AND STERILIZATION IN WOMEN OF
COLOR
Terminated Pregnancies and sterilization in Women of Color
Tarita Cristal Dooley
MAT 540
Dr. Richard Vaughn
09/15/2015
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STATISTICS OF TERMINATED AFRICAN AMER
Actuaries work with statistics and probabilities each day. What do actuaries do and what tests do
they take? Respond to at least two of your classmates posts.
According to student scholarships.org
Actuaries analyze data estimating the probability and like
Discussion Question 2 Week 1
Describe a recent study where data was gathered. If possible, explain whether it is a qualitative
or quantitative data and whether the data is discrete or continuous.
What type of graph would you use to describe the data and w
Discussion Question 1 Week 2
Provide a link for a picture of a scatter plot where the r value is not given. Estimate what
you think the r value would be and explain why. Respond to at least two of your
classmates posts.
According to Math is Fun website 20
Maintaining a Successful relationship
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Introduction.
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Every relationship has its struggles, in which that is when that relationship is tested. In
which I will discuss multiple qualitative studies that look at what makes a good
relationshi
According to Carden (2013), Bayes Theorem is a probability theory to measure the
degree of belief that something will happen using conditional probabilities. This theory has
many different types of applications in many different fields, such as demonstrat
Week 2 Notes and Assignment
Scatter Plot
Provide a link for a picture of a scatter plot where the r value is not given. Estimate what you think
the r value would be and explain why. Respond to at least two of your classmates posts.
Link to Plot
http:/www.
Actuaries
Actuaries work with statistics and probabilities each day. What do actuaries do and what tests do
they take? Respond to at least two of your classmates posts.
As stated by Bureau of Labor Statistics (2016) Actuaries analyze the financial costs o
Week 4 Discussion notes
Normal or Bell-Shaped Curve
I found a study by NASA that tracked the extreme summer temperatures over the summer months in
the northern hemisphere.
Select link and see article and video showing the shift in increased extreme summer
Statistics in Everyday Life
Provide an example for using Bayes Theorem in a workplace setting, as described in the
article Applying Bayes Theorem to Clinical Trials. Does statistics also have uses in everyday life?
Provide an example. Respond to at least
Repeated Sampling
In Chapter 8 of your text, read the interpretation of confidence intervals. Find a journal article from
the library that incorporates repeated sampling. This may be stated or implied. Use the explanation
in the last paragraph of the sect
According to Johnson & Gouri (2014, section 1.2) a Gallup poll produces estimates of the
percentage of the popular vote for each candidate based on the opinions of a minimum of 1000
adults per day. These polls are used to create a depiction of the overall
There are different ways of interpreting data that involve different types of information.
Many studies are conducted throughout the world, each of which pertains to different measures
and involves different participants. In these measurements there are t
Attached is an example of a scatter plot that most likely has a positive r value of close to
1. Johnson & Gouri (2014 section 3.4) state that the r value is positive when the pattern values
run from lower left to upper right. They also state that if the p