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Unit 5 Data Analysis. MM3D3. Empirical Rule. Normal Distributions . Normal distributions are based on two parameters Mean If you have population data use If you have sample data use Standard Deviation If you have population data use If you have sample data use s

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Unit 5 data analysis

Unit 5 Data Analysis


Empirical rule

MM3D3

Empirical Rule


Normal distributions

Normal Distributions

  • Normal distributions are based on two parameters

    • Mean

      • If you have population data use

      • If you have sample data use

    • Standard Deviation

      • If you have population data use

      • If you have sample data use s

  • When a distribution is normal we use shorthand to show the mean and standard deviation

    • Sample: N

    • Population: N


Normal curves

Normal Curves

  • Use the parameters to find the inflection points on the curve.

    • Where the curve changes concavity


Normal curves1

Normal Curves

  • The mean is in the exact middle

  • Add and subtract the standard deviation to find the inflection points


Empirical rule1

Empirical Rule

  • 68% of the data is within one standard deviation of the mean

  • 95% of the data is within two standard deviations of the mean

  • 99.7% of the data is within three standard deviations of the mean

99.7%

95%

68%


Em p irical rule expanded

Empirical Rule Expanded

  • Sometimes, it is helpful to know the percent of the curve that is represented by each section of the distribution.


The middle 68

The middle 68 %

?

?

34%

34%


The middle 95

The middle 95 %

34%

34%

13.5%

?

?

13.5%


The middle 99 7

The middle 99.7 %

34%

34%

13.5%

13.5%

?

?

2.35%

2.35%


The tails

The Tails

34%

34%

13.5%

13.5%

0.15%

0.15%

?

?

2.35%

2.35%


Applying the empirical rule

Applying the Empirical Rule

  • Often the empirical rule is used to determine the percent of data that falls above or below a point of inflection.

    • For example: IQ scores are normally distributed with a mean of 110 and standard deviation 25.

      • What percent of people score lower than 110 on the IQ test


Normal curves2

Normal Curves

  • IQ scores are normally distributed with a mean of 110 and standard deviation 25.

60

110

85

135

160

185

35


Iq scores

IQ Scores

  • N (110, 25)

What is the 68% range?

85-135

110

135

160

85

185

35

60


Iq scores1

IQ Scores

  • N (110, 25)

What is the 95% range?

60-160

110

135

160

85

185

35

60


Iq scores2

IQ Scores

  • N (110, 25)

What is the 99.7% range?

35-185

110

135

160

85

185

35

60


Iq scores3

IQ Scores

  • N (110, 25)

What percent falls between 85 and 160?

81.5

110

135

160

85

185

35

60


Iq scores4

IQ Scores

  • N (110, 25)

What percent falls between 35 and 135?

83.85

110

135

160

85

185

35

60


Iq scores5

IQ Scores

  • N (110, 25)

What percent falls below 85?

16

110

135

160

85

185

35

60


Iq scores6

IQ Scores

  • N (110, 25)

What percent falls below 185?

99.85

110

135

160

85

185

35

60


Iq scores7

IQ Scores

  • N (110, 25)

What percent is above 185?

0.15

110

135

160

85

185

35

60


Iq scores8

IQ Scores

  • N (110, 25)

What percent is above 60?

97.5

110

135

160

85

185

35

60


Z scores

Z-Scores


Recall empirical rule

Recall: Empirical Rule

  • 68% of the data is within one standard deviation of the mean

  • 95% of the data is within two standard deviations of the mean

  • 99.7% of the data is within three standard deviations of the mean

99.7%

95%

68%


Example

Example

  • IQ Scores are Normally Distributed with N(110, 25)

  • Complete the axis for the curve

99.7%

95%

68%

35

60

85

160

135

185

110


Example1

Example

  • What percent of the population scores lower than 85?

16%

99.7%

95%

68%

35

60

85

160

135

185

110


Example2

Example

  • What percent of the population scores lower than 100?

99.7%

95%

68%

35

60

85

100

160

135

185

110


Z scores1

Z Scores

  • Allow you to get percentages that don’t fall on the boundaries for the empirical rule

  • Convert observations (x’s) into standardized scores (z’s) using the formula:


Z scores2

Z Scores

  • The z score tells you how many standard deviations the x value is from the mean

  • The axis for the Standard Normal Curve:

-3

1

0

3

-2

2

-1


Z score table

Z Score Table:

  • The table will tell you the proportion of the population that falls BELOW a given z-score.

  • The left column gives the ones and tenths place

  • The top row gives the hundredths place

  • What percent of the population is below .56?

    • .7123 or 71.23%


Z score table1

Z Score Table:

  • The table will tell you the proportion of the population that falls BELOW a given z-score.

  • The left column gives the ones and tenths place

  • The top row gives the hundredths place

  • What percent of the population is below .4?

    • .6554 or 65.54%


Using the z score table

Using the z score table

  • You can also find the proportion that is above a z score

    • Subtract the table value from 1 or 100%

      Find the percent of the population that is above a z score of 2.59

    • 1-.9952

    • .0048 or .48%

      Find the percent of the population that is above a z score of -1.91

    • 1-.0281

    • .9719 or 97.19%


Using the z score table1

Using the z score table

  • You can also find the proportion that is between two z scores

    • Subtract the table values from each other

      Find the percent of the population that is between .27 and 1.34

    • .9099-.6064

    • .3035 or 30.35%

      Find the percent of the population that is between -2.01 and 1.89

    • .9706-.0222

    • .9484 or 94.84%


Application 1

Application 1

  • IQ Scores are Normally Distributed with N(110, 25)

  • What percent of the population scores below 100?

    • Convert the x value to a z score

    • Use the z score table

      • .3446 or 34.46%


Application 2

Application 2

  • IQ Scores are Normally Distributed with N(110, 25)

  • What percent of the population scores above 115?

    • Convert the x value to a z score

    • Use the z score table

      • .5793 fall below

      • This question is asking for above, so you have to subtract from 1.

      • 1-.5793

      • .4207 or 42.07%


Application 3

Application 3

  • IQ Scores are Normally Distributed with N(110, 25)

  • What percent of the population score between 50 and 150?

    • Convert the x values to z scores

    • Use the z score table

      • .9452 and .0082

      • This question is asking for between, so you have to subtract from each other.

      • .9452-.0082

      • .9370 or 93.7%


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