MINITAB STA 301
Accessing MINITAB
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To begin a MINITAB session, proceed as follows:
1. Double Click the MINITAB
Formula Sheet STA 301 Exam 1
n
s2 =
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1-
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n
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n
s 2 = i 1
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A B =
A B
A B =
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P(A) = sum of the probabilities for all simple events whose union is A.
P(B|A) =
P(A B)
P( A)
P(A B) = P(A) + P(B) -
Blackboard Collaborate ? PSYCHOLOGY CLASSROOM
May 2, 2016 7:53:36 PM
Welcome to the Collaboration Session -Be sure you are logged in with your first and last name and
teacher?s name. Ex. Super Student - Maurer
Page 1.
Blackboard Collaborate ? PSYCHOLOGY C
Blackboard Collaborate ? PSYCHOLOGY CLASSROOM
May 2, 2016 7:53:36 PM
Welcome to the Collaboration Session -Be sure you are logged in with your first and last name and
teacher?s name. Ex. Super Student - Maurer
Page 1.
Blackboard Collaborate ? PSYCHOLOGY C
Collaboration Assessment Guide
(Classical Conditioning)
Please complete all parts of this guide and submit it as the second assessment in
the Psychology course Assessments or Gradebook tab called- Collaboration
Assessment Guide.
I. Collaborationlesson/tas
STAC67H3:Regression Analyis
Assign 1
Due: Oct 10 in class
All relevant work must be shown for credit
1. (5 points) Consider P
the Normal error regression model (1.24, p26). Suppose that = 2
and n = 9. Find P ( ni=1 i > 5).
2. (20 points) Ex1.19 p35
Note 1
Review Final Exam
1500 female US citizens were weighed and found to have an average weight of 145 pounds. It is said that
the true average of female US citizens is 140.
1. What is the population? All female US citizens
2. What is the parameter? 140 pounds
STA 301 - Module 1 HW
*This homework assignment must be submitted via Canvas by Wednesday, February 1st at
11:59pm. I have provided the questions here just for your convenience. You can only submit the
assignment on Canvas once. The assignment will automa
Exam 2 Review. Do these by hand and try them out in statcrunch as well. This set of exercises is worth
15 points and is due at the latest with your exam. See the course website for a solution key.
Part 1: Confidence intervals
8.3a Smelling Out the Enemy
STATS 261
STA 261 LECTURE 1
Descriptive Statistics: Summarizing, communicating data you have
Consists of methods for organizing and summarizing information
Construction of graphs, charts, and tables, calculation of various descriptive
measures like averag
STA 261
Lecture 3
Describing Data 2
Measures of position and outliers
Using Measures of Position to Describe Data
We can use measures of position to describe where a particular data point lies in
relation to the rest of a given data set.
Describing Distri
Study guide: Exam 1
*on the at-home part of the exam only
Lecture 1
Define statistics
What are the three main components of answering a statistical question?
What is a population? A sample?
Differentiate between descriptive and inferential statistics give
STA 261 Lecture 5
STA 261: Gathering Data
To do statistics we need data, and the way we get them are:
Observational studies: Observe variables and take measurements
Designed experiment: Researchers impose treatments and controls, then
take measurements
STA 261 Lecture 3 & 4
Descriptive Measures: Measures of Center and Variation
Describing Distributions: We describe the distribution of a dataset using 4 types of
measures:
Shape: Symmetric/Skewed
Center: Mean/Median
Spread: Sum of Square/ Variance/ Sta
GER101
ORAL PROFICIENCY TESTS
Kapitel 1: Das bin ich!
1) Wie ist das Wetter heute?
- Heute ist es bewolkt und regnerisch
2) Woher kommst du? Ist das weit von (far from) hier?
- Ich komme Cincinnati, OH. Es ist nicht weit von hier.
3) Ist es dort schn oder
gerade
gleich
was ist denn los
suche (suchen)
dringend
die wohnung
das zimmer
teur
nichts
frei
da
weg
etwas
die Mitbewoherin
die Nichtraucherin
Mobliert
noch
die Miete
hur
das gent
das geld
nicht gerade
zentrale lage
ziemlich
weit
von der uni
stimmt
die W
Chapter 2: Probability
PROBABILITY
The Frequentist Notion of Probability
Consider a process that can be repeated over and over again (forever), independently and under
the same conditions. Probability describes the relative frequencies at which all possib
STA 301 - Homework 5 Key
Fall 2016
Question 1
A random variable X has the following density function:
f (x) = 6x(1 x),
x (0, 1).
The mean and variance of X are:
=
1
2
2 =
1
20
a) Find the mean of g(X) = 5(1 X).
b) Find the variance of g(X) = 5(1 X).
c)
STA 301 - Homework 7
Fall 2016
Due Friday, November 11
Note: you may use R to perform your computations. Along with your answers, please submit the R code
used to generate them. Otherwise, you should show your work as usual.
Question 1
Upon winning the Wo
STA 301 - Homework 6
Fall 2016
Due Wednesday, October 26
Note: you may use R for any probability calculations. Along with your answers, please submit the R code
used to generate them. Otherwise, you should show your work as usual.
Question 1
A random samp
STA 301 - Homework 4 Solutions
Fall 2016
A discrete random variable X has the following probability mass function:
Question 1
x cfw_0, 1, 2, 3.
f (x) = c(x + 1),
Find the value of c to make f (x) a valid probability mass function.
Solution
X
f (x) = 1 =
x
STA 301 - Homework 6 Solutions
Fall 2016
Question 1
A random sample of size 100 is drawn from a normal distribution with mean 150 and standard deviation 15.
Find the probability that. . .
a) the first member of the sample takes a value between 148 and 152
STA 301 - Homework 3 Solutions
Fall 2016
Question 1
(p. 60, #2.56 - modified)
An automobile manufacturer is concerned about a possible recall of its best-selling four-door sedan. If there
were a recall, there is a 0.25 probability that a defect is in the
STA 301 - Homework 1 Solutions
Fall 2016
Question 1
At the end of a semester, an instructor compiles his final grade distribution, resulting in the table below:
Grade
% Students
A
B
C
D
F
25
30
25
15
5
Is this summary of class grades an application of des
STA 301 - Homework 2 Solutions
Fall 2016
Question 1
(p. 43, #2.10)
An engineering firm is hired to determine if certain waterways in Virginia are safe for fishing. Samples are
taken from three rivers.
a) List the elements of the sample space S using the l
Parnassus
Anton Raphael Mengs, 1761
Mengs was the leading artist of early Neo-Classicism.
The Oath of Brutus
Gavin Hamilton, 1767
The oath was sworn as a promise of individual revenge
against a corrupt monarchy.
The Death of Socrates
Jacques-Louis David,
IMPRESSIONISM
Claude Monet, Wheatstacks (Snow Effect), 1890-91.
IMPRESSIONISM
Claude Monet, Wheatstacks (Morning Snow Effect), 1890-91.
IMPRESSIONISM
Claude Monet
The Japanese
Bridge
1899.
IMPRESSIONISM
Pierre Renoir, Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1881.