Question 1.1. Find the standardized variable z if x has Mean 12 and standard deviation 4. (Points : 1)
Z = (x-4)/12
Z = (12-x)/4
z = (x-12)/4
Z = (x+12)/4
Question 2.2. Find the area under the standard normal curve to the right of z = 1.65. Round to four
Statistics Paul LaBine
Week 4 Assignment
April 29,2015
Chapter 6, Exercises
6.1
C could be a probability density function because it does not dip below the x axis, the
total area of the histogram is 1, and each point is a boundary point with the relative
Statistics Paul LaBine
Week 5 Assignment
April 29,2015
Chapter 8, Exercises
8.1
a) 1.507 margin of error
b) 5.464 margin of error
8.15
1.88227 x 3.19373
8.21
1.22Confidence Interval
8.37
a) H1 < 14
8.41
b) Since the P-value 1.0000 is < than 2, we can reje
Statistics Paul LaBine
Week 4 Assignment
April 29,2015
Chapter 6, Exercises
6.1
C could be a probability density function because it does not dip below the x axis, the
total area of the histogram is 1, and each point is a boundary point with the relative
Running head: QUANTITATIVE VERSUS QUALITIAVE OUTLINE STUBBINS
Outline: Qualitative Versus Quantitative Methods in Cultural Studies
MATH 540: Statistical Concepts for Research
Instructor: Paul LaBine
April 20, 2015
ABSTRACT
1
QUANTATIVE VERSUS QUALATITIVE
Running head: QUANTITATIVE VERSUS QUALITIAVE METHODS STUBBINS
Qualitative Versus Quantitative Methods in Cultural Studies
MATH 540: Statistical Concepts for Research
Instructor: Paul LaBine
May 18, 2015
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QUANTATIVE VERSUS QUALATITIVE METHODS STUBBINS
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Statistics Assignment Week 1
April 13,2015
Chapter1 Review
1.20 a)Population Unit =Entertainment expenses of students at my college,
b)Variables of Interests= movies, clubs, video games, bars, sports/outdoor activities,
theatre
c)Statistical Population= S
Running head: QUANTITATIVE VERSUS QUALITIAVE OUTLINE STUBBINS
Outline: Qualitative Versus Quantitative Methods in Cultural Studies
MATH 540: Statistical Concepts for Research
Instructor: Paul LaBine
April 20, 2015
ABSTRACT
1
QUANTATIVE VERSUS QUALATITIVE
This case study ([38] Yin, 2003) concerns the introduction and application of organization-wide
process management between 1997 and 2001 at Huddinge University Hospital, an 800-bed tertiary care
centre with salaried staff in the Stockholm County Council h