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
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From past experience, a professor knows that the test score of a student taking her nal
examination is a random variable with mean 75. Suppose in addition the professor knows that
the variance of a students test score is equal to 25. What can
Paul states that he scored in the 100th percentile on a given standardized test. Do you believe him? Why
or why not? Respond to at least two of your classmates posts
I would say that I am not going to believe Paul, simply because the possibility is not re
Read the information in Chapter 3 of your text on correlation and causation and Example 6 titled
Spurious Correlation by Lurking Variables. This describes an observed correlation that may be caused
by the influence of a third variable. Describe and cite a
Find a video that provides help with learning probability. Why do you like it and what did you
learn? Visit this helpful website (http:/www.khanacademy.org/) to assist you with your search.
Respond to at least two of your classmates posts.
Utilizing the g
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 y
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 discussion, I chose a scatter plot that was found in th
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
Running head: CRIME RATE AND RECESSION CORRELATION
The Correlation Between Crime Rate Increases and Recession
Christopher Maxson
BUS 540: Statistical Concepts for Research
Instructor Alex Hapka
January 9, 2017
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CRIME RATE AND RECESSION CORRELATION
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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. Respond to at least two of your classmates
posts.
Per Johnson and Bhattacharyya (2014), the Gallup polls are cons
Running head: CRIME RATE AND RECESSION CORRELATION
The Correlation Between Crime Rate Increases and Recession
Christopher Maxson
BUS 540: Statistical Concepts for Research
Instructor Alex Hapka
November 28, 2016
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CRIME RATE AND RECESSION CORRELATION
2
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Actuaries work with statistics and probabilities each day. What do actuaries do and what tests do they
take?
Actuaries analyze the data that estimates the probability and likely cost to a company or
organization in the event of a disaster, death, or a dis
Running head: CRIME RATE AND RECESSION CORRELATION
The Correlation Between Crime Rate Increases and Recession
Christopher Maxson
BUS 540: Statistical Concepts for Research
Instructor Alex Hapka
November 28, 2016
1
CRIME RATE AND RECESSION CORRELATION
2
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Find an article that incorporates research of confidence intervals to market a new product. Summarize
the information gained from your research. Based on the research, is it wise to go ahead and market the
product? Support your ideas with cited sources. R
Running head: CRIME RATE AND RECESSION CORRELATION
The Correlation Between Crime Rate Increases and Recession
Christopher Maxson
BUS 540: Statistical Concepts for Research
Instructor Alex Hapka
January 9, 2017
1
CRIME RATE AND RECESSION CORRELATION
2
Rece
Describe a recent study where data was gathered. If possible, explain whether it is a qualitative or
quantitative study, and whether the data is discrete or continuous. What type of graph would you use to
describe the data and why? Respond to at least two
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 two of your classmates posts
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
Problem from different references.
In class we solved the following versions:
a) The same
b) The same
c) We assumed that exactly 2 earthquakes happen in the first half of 2010.
For those who wonder about the solution of the original version: (Do not worry
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5-1 Two Discrete Random Variables
Example 5-1
5-1 Two Discrete Random Variables
5-1.1 Joint Probability Distributions
5-1 Two Discrete Random Variables
5-1.2 Marginal Probability Distributions
The individual probability distribution of a rando
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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
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QUANTATIVE VERSUS QUALATITIVE
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 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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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
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