You are welcome to download one (or more) of these files for free. The Document Open password is
Coins: Probability graph, Cumulative probability graph, and Expected Value
Maybe useful information about spectroscopy and the Final Examination
This is the lecture part of preparation for QUIZ-D.
"Abstract" lecture on hypothesis testing of proportion and confidence intervals of proportion.
For students not present Fri. Apr. 2.
Ruminations on rays, wave-particle duality.
Use for QUIZ-C practice!
Guaranteed minimum B.
Please, try this, and upload for CPC!
Build and upload for CPC!
See if you can do better than this! Please.
Get yourself Class Participation Credit for asking a question based on reference to a particular time point in this lecture video!
Please view this video with OPSTX Chapter 1 Section 3 in mind.
Everything one needs to know about elementary statistical hypothesis testing.
Definitions of technical terms of statistics.
273 eruptions of Old Faithful: duration, waiting time
327 cases of death penalty, or not, for Victim and Defendant race
Necessary statistics formulas and then some, plus lookup tables in case EXCEL is not available.
These are notes for every class meeting of a 15 week undergraduate course in statistics.
30 Oysters - Weight, Volume
Votes in 68 Florida counties for 9 candidates in 2000
This is an EXCEL data file.
I derived this spreadsheet from a wall chart that I acquired around 2010.
The scores on these optional challenges are added to your cumulative MyStatLab scores for calculating your Final Grade.
From the back page of Foreign Affairs.
Long promised! It's here!
This calculator works for confidence intervals for the mean and standard deviation, and also can calculate a sample size given the margin of error.
This calculator relates to [Triola, Chapter 7].
This is the correct calculator.
This calculator may be useful on the Study Plan and the Final Examination.
This calculator is useful on the Final Examination.
This calculator is useful for the Final Examination.
This calculator is good at least for Question 25 of the Final Examination. It is based on page 435 of the Triola Textbook in MyStatLab.
This calculator can solve HW8 #11 and #12.
This calculator is useful for problems based on Chapter 3, Section 4 of the Triola Textbook, pages 131-132. Also, refer to Chapter 7, Section 4 of the Cooper Textbook.
This is a file of 21 multiple choice questions WITH ANSWERS on Standardization, which is discussed in the Cooper Textbook Chapter 7 Section 4, "Standardization", and also in Chapter 3 Section 4 pages 131-132 of the Triola Textbook. Use it with the Standardization Calculator for practice.
This is rough statistical information about the distribution of the generations.
This has some interesting information about The Generations.
In a WORD document (or equivalent) answer all the questions in the Document which pertain to the Central Limit Theorem Simulator in EXCEL.
How to create buttons in EXCEL.