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OIS 2340 Midterm 2 Study Guide

Chapter 6 Continuous Probability Distribution

1. Discrete probability distribution – the probability will be an exact number. Classic die example.

2. Continuous probability distribution – the probability will fall between an interval. There is no such thing as an exact number.

3. What you need to calculate Z-scores (both population and sample): a. x = data value

b. µ = population mean

c. σ = population standard deviation

d. x = data value ( for sample z score)

e. x(bar) = sample mean

f. s = standard deviation

g. Population z score: σ− μ

Z

=x

x xbar Z−

h. Sample z score: s

=

4. Normal Distribution

a. Bell shaped; unimodal Don't forget about the age old question of What selection favors one extreme?

b. 50 – 50 on each side

c. Mean, median, and mode are equal

5. Variations in normal distribution

a. Change in mean shifts distribution left or right

b. Changing standard deviation increases/decreases the spread of the curve 6. Standard Normal Distribution

a. Normal distribution; mean = 0; standard deviation = 1

b. Values above mean have positive z values

c. Values below mean have negative z values

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d. For the example, look at slide 13 in Ch6 PPT

7. Normal Probabilities

a. P(x) is equal to 0, when x is a continuous variable

b. Probability for a range of values, lets say x1 and x2, is the area under the curve between x1 and x2

c. Standard Normal Distribution Table – provides probabilities associated with z values 8. To have an easier time with calculations We also discuss several other topics like What are the large veins?

a. Know the z-score formulas

b. Have the table ready!

c. Have the intuition; draw the bell curve

d. Review the ppt slides that go over the examples – not too hard!

Chapter 7 Intro to Sampling Distributions

1. Differentiate between Pop. Mean and Sample Mean

a. Population Mean: µ = (∑ x)/N

• x = values in population

• N = population size

b. Sample Mean: xbar = (∑ x)/n Don't forget about the age old question of What is the philosophy of knowledge called?

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We also discuss several other topics like Explain why innovation matters?

• Xbar = sample mean

• x = Selected sample values

• n = sample size

2. Sample Error – difference between a statistic and a parameter

3. Average Value of Sample Means – average value of sample means will equal the population mean

4. Sampling Distribution – distribution of possible values will be randomly selected from population.

5. Standard Deviation of Sample Means – also called standard error

a. Know the formula

6. I don’t think most of this was covered in class. Go to the review session for thorough preparation for the midterm; Go to Class on Monday