VCU STAT 210  Lecture10 (46 pages)
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 Stat 210  Basic Practice of Statistics
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STAT 210 Lecture 10 Measures of Center September 18 2017 Test 2 Monday September 25 Sections III IV pages 47 95 Combination of multiple choice questions and short answer questions and problems Bring a calculator and writing instrument Practice Problems Pages 94 through 97 Relevant problems IV 1 IV 2 IV 3 IV 5 IV 6 a and b and IV 11 c Recommended problems IV 1 IV 2 and IV 6 a and b Additional Reading and Examples Pages 90 through 93 Top Hat Motivating Example A statistics course at a large university provides free to students statistics review sessions that students can use to answer questions with help solving problems and with help studying for tests The course instructor is interested in the number of students who attend each hour of review session and selects a sample of 15 review session hours spread out over a month s time As described what is the population of interest for this example Motivating Example A statistics course at a large university provides free to students statistics review sessions that students can use to answer questions with help solving problems and with help studying for tests The course instructor is interested in the number of students who attend each hour of review session and selects a sample of 15 review session hours spread out over a month s time As described what is the population of interest for this example Answer one could say all students currently taking statistics but the data in the sample is collected on the review sessions so the population of interest would be all review sessions held for this statistics course Motivating Example A statistics course at a large university provides free to students statistics review sessions that students can use to answer questions with help solving problems and with help studying for tests The course instructor is interested in the number of students who attend each hour of review session and selects a sample of 15 review session hours spread out over a month s time As described what is
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