You have observed that the mean rates are not exactly the same but are they significantly different?

Instructions In this assignment, you will test for a significant difference between the average resting heart rate of males and the average resting heart rate of females in your heart rate data. You have observed that the mean rates are not exactly the same but are they significantly different? You may use either of the… Continue reading You have observed that the mean rates are not exactly the same but are they significantly different?

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Competency

Competency In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competency: Apply statistical techniques to address research problems Perform hypothesis testing to address an authentic problem Overview In this project, you will apply inference methods for means to test your hypotheses about the housing sales market for a region of the United States.… Continue reading Competency

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What are the consequences of the change in your values for your community?

nit 6 Discussion – Effects of Change Instructions: For this discussion, you will use a census website that posts information on variables observed in the city where you live. Here is the website address. https://www.census.gov/acs/www/data/data-tables-and-tools/data-profiles/2017/Links to an external site. Links to an external site.After you open the website, you can enter the name of your… Continue reading What are the consequences of the change in your values for your community?

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When you do use data from an internet source the source should be cited and should be a reliable, recognizable source of data.

The research for this project should extend beyond dependence on the Internet. There are numerous sources of market data available. When you do use data from an Internet source the source should be cited and should be a reliable, recognizable source of data. Submit your Term Paper in the drop box. Collect quantitative data on… Continue reading When you do use data from an internet source the source should be cited and should be a reliable, recognizable source of data.

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Unit 5 discussion – misleading statistics are out there

Unit 5 Discussion – Misleading Statistics are Out There Instructions: This week you will look at misleading information that you are exposed to every day. Find an example of a survey or poll or even a tweet that you think might be misleading. How would you support your conclusions? You want to use statistical reasoning… Continue reading Unit 5 discussion – misleading statistics are out there

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74.9 plus 2 standard deviations

Unit 4 Discussion – Am I Normal? The average height of males is 69.3 inches The standard deviation of 2.8 inches. My height 5’10” or 70 inches tall z-score: x=70, µ= 69.3, σ=2.8 z= (x-µ)/σ z= (70-69.3)/2.8 z=0.25 Normal range 63.7-74.9 63.7 minus 2 standard deviations 66.5 minus 1 standard deviation 69.3 Mean 72.1 plus… Continue reading 74.9 plus 2 standard deviations

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Why and how would a confidence interval be useful in this situation?

9. Application – How many orders? 9. You manage a fulfillment center for Amazon. You need to estimate the number of orders that can reasonably be fulfilled by an employee per day so that you can set expectations for new employees. Why and how would a confidence interval be useful in this situation?

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