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Stat 1200 Study Guide 1

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Stat 1200 Study Guide 1 STAT 1200 - 01

Johnetta McNeal
Mizzou
GPA 2.0
Introductory Statistical Reasoning
Staff

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This is a study guide with questions and matching definitions from chapters 1-7.
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Introductory Statistical Reasoning
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Staff
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Stat 1200
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Johnetta McNeal on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to STAT 1200 - 01 at University of Missouri - Columbia taught by Staff in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 86 views. For similar materials see Introductory Statistical Reasoning in Statistics at University of Missouri - Columbia.

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Date Created: 09/17/15
STAT 1200 STUDY GUIDE Match the Following Words with the correct de nition 1 Categorical Variable A Identities are unknown 2 Measurement Variable B Identities are known but protects 3 Nominal Variable C Meaningful numeric values 4 Ordinal Variable D Divide subjects into groups but do not allow any mathematical operations 5 Interval variable E Measurement variables which ratio are consistent 6Ratio Variable F Categorical variable for which the categories do not have a natural ordering 7Con denUal G Categorical variable for which the categories have natural ordering 8 Anonymous Measurement variables for which differences are consistent but ratios are not 9 What would be the age of Mizzou students be considered A Skewed to the left B Skewed to the right C UShape D Symmetric 10 Which of the following is categorical variable A The number of seats in classroom B Your license number C 100 miles from home D None of the above These numbers used for the next set of questions 15 18 11 and 97 11 Calculate the mean 12 Calculate the mode 13 What is the upper QL 14 Calculate the median 15 Calculate the Standard Deviation 16 Calculate variance 17 There is a population of 5376 500 of them were killed Calculate the Margin of error Be careful read question fully 18 A researcher is studying teenagers from different schools and split the schools up and took a random sample Which sample best relates A Cluster Sampling B Systematic sampling C Strati ed Random Sample D MultiStage Sampling 19 A researcher is studying teenagers from different schools and they classroom they are in they took a sample from everyone Which sample best relates A Cluster Sampling B Systematic Sampling C Strati ed Sampling D Multi Stage Sampling 20 A researcher is studying teenagers from different schools and then split the classrooms up Which sample best relates A Cluster Sampling B Systematic Sampling C Strati ed Sampling D MultiStage Sampling Match the following de nitions 21 Response Variable A A variable that interacts with the explanatory and response variable 22Exploratory Variable B The tendency of subjects to respond to any treatment even a quotfakequot one 23 Experiment C A study in which the value of the exploratory is determined by nature 24 Observational DA quotfake drugquot that looksreal 25 Confounding E The primary variable measurement of interest 26 Interacting Variable F Variable related to both the exploratory 27 Placebo Effect G Other Information about each subject that may explain why the subjects differ 28Pacebo H A study in which the exploratory variable is controlled by the researcher

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