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MTH 231 Entire Course

MTH 231 Final Exam Guide Set 2

• MTH 231 Week 1 DQs

•  MTH 231 Week 1 Populations and Sampling Paper

•  MTH 231 Week 2 DQs

•  MTH 231 Week 2 Data—Organizing, Summarizing, Probability, and Distribution Worksheet

•  MTH 231 Week 3 DQs

•  MTH 231 Week 3 Life Sciences Article Analysis

• Determine the appropriate approach to conduct a hypothesis test for this claim: Fewer than 5% of patients experience negative treatment effects. Sample data: Of 500 randomly selected patients, 2.2% experience negative treatment effects.

• A) Use the normal distribution.

• B) Use the Studentdistribution.

MTH 231 Course Begins Education /snaptutorial.com

MTH 231 Week 1 DQ 1 and DQ 2

MTH 231 Week 1 Individual Assignment Populations and Sampling Paper

• Select the commodity of your best interest by ticking the box. You should get the data table thru clicking "retrieve" button at the end part of the list. ( You may use a commodity which is not explained in the class)

• Select the data among the month from 10 to 11 years as depicted below.

• Define population and describe the characteristics of a population.

• Define sample and describe the characteristics of a sample.

• Compare samples and populations and explain how the concepts are related. Provide examples to illustrate your arguments.

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MTH 231 Week 2 DQ 1 and DQ 2

MTH 231 Week 2 Individual Assignment Data-Organizing, Summarizing, Probability, and Distribution Worksheet

• Suppose a birdwatcher averages spotting 0.3 rare finches every day during the two hours allotted for watching. This means that the birdwatcher spots, on average, three rare finches every 10 days. The average is based on considerable experience. Over a given 10-day period

• Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Data—Organizing, Summarizing, Probability, and Distribution Worksheet located in Week Two of the student website (Materials web page).

• Resources: Ch. 2–4 and Appendix B of the text and Statdisk

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MTH 231 Week 3 DQ 1 and DQ 2

MTH 231 Week 3 Team Assignment Life Sciences Article Analysis

• What are the characteristics of a normal probability distribution function (pdf).

•  What is the standard normal pdf? How is it related to the normal pdf and why is it useful?

•  Explain the Empirical Rule? Is it used for rough estimates or precise calculations?

• Reserve Readings “Fetal Deaths and Proximity to Hazardous Waste Sites in Washington State” and “Intensive Lipid Lowering With Atorvastatin in Patients With Coronary Artery Disease, Diabetes, and Chronic Kidney Disease,” the Internet, and the University Library

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MTH 231 Week 4 DQ 1 and DQ 2

MTH 231 Week 4 Individual Assignment Distribution, Hypothesis Testing, and Error Worksheet

• State the criteria for choosing a t-test and a z-test. Then give an example of a problem in which you would use z-test to evaluate the data. Next, take the same example and modify it so that a t-test would be preferable. Explain why.

• Resources: Ch. 5–7 of the text and Statdisk

• Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Distribution, Hypothesis Testing, and Error Worksheet, located in Week Four of the student website.

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MTH 231 Week 4 Team Assignment Confidence Intervals in the Life Sciences Presentation

MTH 231 Week 5 Final Exam Guide

• Identify a normally distributed variable related to your chosen life science that serves as your example variable. Review the data sets presented in Appendix B of the text and in Statdisk, selecting one that corresponds with your chosen life science. Choose a particular variable you would like to explore

• Use this worksheet for your answers. Your score, based on the points shown for this exam in the rubric, will be corrected to the basis points shown for the final exam in the syllabus. Submit to the Assignments Section by 11:59 pm of the last day of class. Late work will not be accepted.

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MTH 231 Week 5 Team Assignment Hypothesis Testing and Correlation Worksheet

• Resources: Ch. 7 and 8 and sections 9-1 and 9-2 in Ch. 9 of the text

• Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Hypothesis Testing and Correlation Worksheet, located in Week Five of the student website.

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