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STP 226

by: Lauren G.

STP 226 STP 226

Lauren G.
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This study guide just highlights the main points in the chapters. This is not material pinpointed by the professor, so be sure to pay attention in the review session.
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Lauren G. on Monday September 19, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to STP 226 at Arizona State University taught by Dr. Dassannayake in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 250 views. For similar materials see Elements of Statistics in Statistics at Arizona State University.


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Date Created: 09/19/16
Exam September 23 rd STP226 Chapter 1 Defining terms  Statistics o Deferential o Inferential  Population  Sample  Simple random sampling o With replacement o Without replacement Systematic Random Sampling Cluster sampling Stratified random sampling with proportional allocation Chapter 2 Define  Quantitative variable  Qualitative variable  Discrete variable  Continuous variable  Frequency distribution  Relative frequency distribution   Chapter 3  Mean  Median  Mode  Sample mean and how to find it  Range  Sample standard deviation  Three standard deviation rule  Chebyshev’s rule  Five number summary o IQR o Lower­limit o Upper­limit o Boxplot  Population mean  Population standard deviation  The difference between parameter and statistic  Z­score o Z­tables Chapter 5  Probability of an event  Mutually exclusive  Probability notation  Special addition rule  The complementation rule  General addition rule  Bernoulli trials  Binomial distribution  Binomial coefficients  Mean and standard deviation of a binomial random variable  Standardized normally distributed variable  Guidelines for assessing normality  Density curves


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