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Data Analysis: Simple Statistical Tests

Data Analysis: Simple Statistical Tests

Data Analysis: Simple Statistical Tests. Goals. Understand confidence intervals and p-values Learn to use basic statistical tests including chi square and ANOVA . Types of Variables. Types of variables indicate which estimates you can calculate and which statistical tests you should use

By corby
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Data Analysis: Simple Statistical Tests

Data Analysis: Simple Statistical Tests

Data Analysis: Simple Statistical Tests. Goals. Understand confidence intervals and p-values Learn to use basic statistical tests including chi square and ANOVA . Types of Variables. Types of variables indicate which estimates you can calculate and which statistical tests you should use

By vaughan
(470 views)

9 – Judgment Most people do not understand chance and risk, often with dire consequences. These errors reflect misconc

9 – Judgment Most people do not understand chance and risk, often with dire consequences. These errors reflect misconc

9 – Judgment Most people do not understand chance and risk, often with dire consequences. These errors reflect misconceptions about probability. These misconceptions are revealed by people’s response to the following questions:. The Banker Question

By olin
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Vocabulary Probability: the chances of an event will happen Certain: the event will definitely happen

Vocabulary Probability: the chances of an event will happen Certain: the event will definitely happen

Vocabulary Probability: the chances of an event will happen Certain: the event will definitely happen. What are the chances of pulling a red marble?. It is certain that you will pull a red marble because they are all red!. Impossible: the event will not happen.

By elke
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Ratio

Ratio

Ratio. Stretch Programme Challenging Worksheet. (a). G : H 11 : 5 . (b). G : H : T 21 : 11 : 32. After. Finally. x 2. x 2. 22 : 10. Before. After eating. 11 : 5 : 16. x 2. x 2. 22 units – 10 units = 12 units . 22 : 10 : 32.

By efrat
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What is the probability that the spinner will land on blue?

What is the probability that the spinner will land on blue?

What is the probability that the spinner will land on blue?. In this lesson you will learn how to calculate the probability of an event by creating a ratio. Ratios can be used to represent fractions of an area or of a set. Every event must have an equal probability of occurring.

By meagan
(161 views)

Set Operation

Set Operation

Set Operation. Janice Sipin. Set Operation. A  B U A B. Set Operation. A  B U

By derora
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3 5

3 5

There are six equally likely outcomes if a die with 6 sides labeled 1 through 6 is rolled . P(rolling a 6) = . 3 5. There are six equally likely outcomes if a die with 6 sides labeled 1 through 6 is rolled . What is the complement of rolling a 6?. 1 4.

By limei
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Probability

Probability

Probability . 2013-12-10. A fair six-sided die is rolled. What is the probability that the result is even?. A goblet contains 10 red marbles, 4 green marbles, and 6 blue marbles. If a marble is randomly chosen, what is the probability that it is red?.

By tejana
(86 views)

ASSESSMENT UPDATE ( 2007-2008 School Year )

ASSESSMENT UPDATE ( 2007-2008 School Year )

ASSESSMENT UPDATE ( 2007-2008 School Year ). New Jersey’s New State Assessments A Summary of New Test Design and Administrative Features for Grades 5 – 8 NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DIVISION OF EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS AND PROGRAMS OFFICE OF STATE ASSESSMENTS NOVEMBER 16, 2007.

By aldona
(116 views)

Solving Proportions

Solving Proportions

Solving Proportions. Warm Up Lesson. 0.3. Warm Up Solve each equation. 1. Multiply. 3. 5. 7. 48. 2. 5 m = 18. 3.6. 10. 4. 7. Change each percent to a decimal. 8. 1%. 0.006. 0.01. 0.6%. 73%. 0.73. 6. 112%. 1.12. Change each fraction to a decimal. 9. 10. 0.5.

By duena
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The First Quarterly Exam

The First Quarterly Exam

The First Quarterly Exam. El primero examen trimestal. Question #1. For the function , find Your answer is a. Question #2. Which is the correct recursive formula for the sequence? {-2, 1, 4, 7, … } A recursive function has two parts The first term

By dandre
(125 views)

Non-Calculator Revision

Non-Calculator Revision

Non-Calculator Revision. 13.05.09. What are we doing?. You will need a partner for this activity. We will cover 9 topics: number, FDP, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, measures, 2d shape, 3d shape, angles and handling data.

By ray
(134 views)

Non-Calculator Revision

Non-Calculator Revision

Non-Calculator Revision. 19.04.12. What are we doing?. You will need a partner for this activity. We will cover 9 topics: number, FDP, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, measures, 2d shape, 3d shape, angles and handling data.

By stuart
(60 views)

Non-Calculator Revision

Non-Calculator Revision

Non-Calculator Revision. 11.05.10. What are we doing?. You will need a partner for this activity. We will cover 9 topics: number, FDP, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, measures, 2d shape, 3d shape, angles and handling data.

By lee-romero
(46 views)

Powerpoint Jeopardy

Powerpoint Jeopardy

Powerpoint Jeopardy. How many hundreds are in the number 487?. What is the value of the 1 in 601, 346?. What is the largest number you can make with the digits 8, 0, 9, 1, and 6?. What number is one more than 999,999?. How would you write two thousand, seven hundred forty-five?.

By joel-dawson
(59 views)

Probability

Probability

Probability. Chances Are… You can do it!. Activity #3. DRAWING MARBLES.

By nichole-whitehead
(69 views)

Powerpoint Jeopardy

Powerpoint Jeopardy

Powerpoint Jeopardy. How many hundreds are in the number 487?. What is the value of the 1 in 601, 346?. What is the largest number you can make with the digits 8, 0, 9, 1, and 6?. What number is one more than 999,999?. How would you write two thousand, seven hundred forty-five?.

By tatyana-clemons
(83 views)

Puzzle A

Puzzle A

Puzzle A. Puzzle B. How many squares are there here?. You walk up to a black jar containing fewer than 20 marbles. If you reach into the jar and randomly remove two marbles out of the jar without replacing the marbles, you have a 50% chance of getting two green marbles.

By gay-everett
(105 views)

Granite Marbles - Best Option for Countertops and Worktops

Granite Marbles - Best Option for Countertops and Worktops

Looking for quality Granite Worktops in London? We design & install Granite Worktops, surfaces throughout the London, UK. Call Us for a Granite Worktop and countertops Quote. - https:\/\/alphamarbleandgranite.com\/

By alphamarblegranite
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