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## ProbStats

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# ProbStats MATH 1530

Ms. Ismael Spinka
ETSU
GPA 3.5

Robert Gardner

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Study Guide Chapters 6 8 9 10 12 1 Study Guide Chapters 6 8 9 10 12 Basic Practice of Statistics David S Moore 4th Edition Davidson and Gardner Spring 2009 Chapter 6 Departmental Skills and Knowledge77 Goals The Math 1530 Resource Page77 httpwww etsu edumathpricelSSO153011nkhtm lists the following goals H Know how to produce a two way table from raw data for two categorical or categorized variables E0 Be able to get marginal and conditional distributions from a two way table 9 Feel comfortable interpreting row and column percentages conditional distributions and compare groups based on that interpretation 7 An association or comparison that holds for all of several groups can reverse direction when the data are combined to form a single group This reversal is called Simpson7s Paradox The topics we have emphasized in our class are two way table row variable column variable marginal distribution conditional distribution Simpson7s Paradox Chapter 8 Departmental Skills and Knowledge77 Goals The Math 1530 Resource Page77 lists the following goals H Distinguish between an experiment and a survey E0 Know the difference between population and a sample 9 Understand how bias can enter into samples or results 7 Be familiar with the survey amp sampling basic vocabulary including types of random sampling 9 Know that individuals in the sample have to be randomly selected 03 Be able to select a simple random sample from a sampling frame 5 Know the consequences of incompletedated sampling frames and non random sampling The topics we have emphasized in our class are observational study experiment con founded variables population sample sampling design convenience sample biased design volun tary response sample simple random sample using a table of random digits Table B probability sample strati ed random sample labeling to create a SRS multistage sample undercoverage and nonresponse response bias Study Guide Chapters 6 8 9 10 12 2 Departmental Skills and Knowledge77 Goals Chapter 9 The Math 1530 Resource Page77 lists the following goals H F 9 7 U 03 5 Distinguish between an experiment and an observational study Be familiar with the basic vocabulary of experimental design Understand what constitutes a randomized comparative experiment Be able to identify subjects factors amp treatments in a given story Know the basic types of experimental designs double blind completely randomized block matched pairs etcetera Know the basic principles of Experimental Design Control Randomize Replication Understand the meaning of statistical signi cance and when does it imply causation The topics we have emphasized in our class are individuals subjects factors treatment randomized comparative experiment completely randomized experimental design control group statistical signi cance placeboplacebo effect double blind experiment blockblock design and matched pairs design Departmental Skills and Knowledge77 Goals Chapter 10 The Math 1530 Resource Page77 lists the following goals H E0 00 4 U 03 5 00 Know what a random phenomenon or a random experiment are Know that chance behavior is unpredictable in the short run but has a regular and predictable pattern in the long run Be familiar with the basic probability vocabulary sample space outcomes event Have an intuitive idea of probability in the long run and a more formal idea through the basic rules of probability Be able to solve simple probability problems Know what a random variable and a probability distribution are Be able to interpret and use the information given in a simple probability table for one variable Be able to answer simple probability questions based on the information given in a two way table Know what independent and mutually events are Study Guide Chapters 6 8 9 10 12 3 10 Have an idea of what a probability model is 11 Know how to nd the probability of an event for the normal probability model The topics we have emphasized in our class are probabilityrandom sample space event probability model the Probability Rules disjoint events discrete nite sample space continuous probability model and random variable Chapter 12 Departmental Skills and Knowledge77 Goals The Math 1530 Resource Page7 lists the following goals 1 Know the basic probability rules 2 Know how to nd conditional probabilities given a two way table 3 Know about tree diagrams and Venn diagrams The topics we have emphasized in our class are Venn diagram independent events PA and B PA or B conditional probability PB l A the General Multiplication Rule PA and B PAPB l A and tree diagrams What You Need for the Exam You will need a calculator a number 2 pencil and knowledge of the topics listed above You will be given scratch paper and a scan tron All questions will be multiple choice with ve choices and the test will consist of approximately 40 questions Sources of the questions will include but may not be limited to the online posted sample departmental nals chapter quizzes daily quizzes examples from the book examples from the in class notes and exercises from the book This exam will determine 25 of your semester grade rbg S ZQ QUUQ

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