This video explains what the normal distribution is and gives examples of normal distributions in the natural and social world. The distribution of the number of heads thrown on 20 coins the weight of ants and the age of marathon runners are all approximately normal distributions. Thus the normal distribution is what often happens when… Continue reading This video explains what the normal distribution is and gives examples of normal

# Category: Statistics

## This video discusses sampling in the context of how estimates of population para

This video discusses sampling in the context of how estimates of population parameters are obtained. It refers to the What Is an Average?(Links to an external site.) video where they obtained an average of 1.89 feet per personĀ using a sample of a group of playground-bound kids plus a one-legged man who was asked to… Continue reading This video discusses sampling in the context of how estimates of population para

## This should be about two or three paragraphs or no more than a one-sided page in

This should be about two or three paragraphs or no more than a one-sided page in length. You should use your own words and comments and not those of the text or anyone else. a) In your own words briefly discuss the essentials and importance of Linear Programming models and how they are used in… Continue reading This should be about two or three paragraphs or no more than a one-sided page in

## This problem set will give you practice in solving problems relating to probabil

This problem set will give you practice in solving problems relating to probability learned in this module. Problems will be similar to those you will face on the quiz in Module Four and will include one or two real-world applications to prepare you to think like a biostatistician. Check the videos in the module resource… Continue reading This problem set will give you practice in solving problems relating to probabil

## This module addresses the following module outcomes: MO1: Explain how to conduct

This module addresses the following module outcomes: MO1: Explain how to conduct random sampling using Excel to find a simple random sample from an Excel database. (CO1 2 3) MO2: Use confidence intervals to draw conclusions about population parameters. (CO3 4 5) For this discussion research articles either popular or academic that discuss examples of… Continue reading This module addresses the following module outcomes:

MO1: Explain how to conduct

## 1. Define the following terms: Descriptive statistics Scales of measurement Meas

Define the following terms: Descriptive statistics Scales of measurement Measures of central tendency Frequency distributions Correlation coefficient Effect size Multiple regression How are group means percentages and correlations used to describe research results? How can graphs be used to describe and summarize data? A researcher is studying reading rates in milliseconds per syllable. What scale… Continue reading 1. Define the following terms:

Descriptive statistics

Scales of measurement

Meas

## 1. Two $20 bills, three $10 bills, four $5 bills, and six $1 bills are placed in

Two $20 bills three $10 bills four $5 bills and six $1 bills are placed in a bag. If a bill is chosen at random what is the expected value for the amount chosen? In a game you flip a coin twice and record the number of heads that occur. You get 20 points for… Continue reading 1. Two $20 bills, three $10 bills, four $5 bills, and six $1 bills are placed in

## This is my classmates article Respond to at least one of your colleagues posts

This is my classmates article Respond to at least one of your colleagues posts and comment on the following: Make recommendations for the design choice. Explain whether you think that this is the appropriate correlation or bivariate regression to use for the research question. Why or why not? As a lay reader were you able… Continue reading This is my classmates article

Respond to at least one of your colleagues posts

## This assignment contains three (3) questions worth a total of 20 marks. There is

This assignment contains three (3) questions worth a total of 20 marks. There is some general advice on the assignment at the end of this document on page 8. The overall requirement for this assignment is to carry out and report on data analytics that address three questions about the data from the Framingham heart… Continue reading This assignment contains three (3) questions worth a total of 20 marks. There is

## This assignment contains three (3) questions worth a total of 20 marks. There is

This assignment contains three (3) questions worth a total of 20 marks. There is some general advice on the assignment at the end of this document on page 8. The overall requirement for this assignment is to carry out and report on data analytics that address three questions about the data from the Framingham heart… Continue reading This assignment contains three (3) questions worth a total of 20 marks. There is