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### MATH1160 :introduction to statistics

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#### MATH1160 Introduction To Stati ...

Answer Part 1 a. Major is a qualitative variable since the underlying data is non-numeric as is apparent from the given data.  Education background is a qualitative variable since the underl ...

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Task: In each row, exactly one of the normality, constant variance, and linearity assumptions fails. Each of those three assumptions fails for only one row.1. Which model assumption does not hold of ...

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Task: Description of DataThis data set contains information on 78 people using one of three diets (participants were randomly assigned to each of the three diet groups). Each participant’s we ...

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1. Event �� has probability 0.5 and event �� has probability 0.2. Further, ��(��|��)=0. ...

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2. a. Random variable �� i) Probability (At least once on weekdays) = 4/5 ii) Probability (Not more than 5 times a week) = 5/7 iii) Weekly probabilities in ...

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Page 1 of 1 Question 1 [15 marks] - I Dam constructed on the River Yalong in China. Its primary purpose is to generate hydroelectric power. There are approximately 3 ...

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Page 1 of 1 Question 2: [15 marks] Cars After a minor collision, a driver must take his car to one of two body shops in the area. Consider the following events. ...

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Page 1 of 1 Question 3 [10 marks] Que stion 3: There have been 24 James Bond movies. The first, Dr. N o , was released in 1962, and the 25th is scheduled for releas ...

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Running head: STATISTICS 1 Descriptive Statistics Institution Affiliation STATISTICS 2 Descriptive Statistics Question 1 a. Mean ...

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### MATH 1160 Introduction to Statistics

Task: Description of DataThis data set contains information on 78 people using one of three diets (participants were randomly assigned to each of the three diet groups). Each participant’s weight was recorded at the beginning of the study and 10 weeks after the introduction of their diet plan. Information about each participants’ height and age was also recorded.  What do I ne ...

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### Round Probabilities

1. Event �� has probability 0.5 and event �� has probability 0.2. Further, ��(��|��)=0.6. Answer each of the below, and support your answer with calculations. a. Find ��(�� AND ��). b. Are �� ...

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### Random variable

2. a. Random variable �� i) Probability (At least once on weekdays) = 4/5 ii) Probability (Not more than 5 times a week) = 5/7 iii) Weekly probabilities in scenario 2 (ii) d. Sabine P (at least 3 times a week) 3. ���� ����(����) ...

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