ISDS 361B - Spring 2012

WEEK 1

 Topic for the week:   

         Statistical Inference about Means and Proportions for Two Populations

 

 

Contents:

         Hypothesis test and confidence interval for means from two populations - ss are known

         Hypothesis test and confidence interval for means from two populations - ss are unknown and equal

         Hypothesis test and confidence interval for means from two populations - ss are unknown and not equal

         Hypothesis test and confidence interval for means from two populations - Paired data

         Hypothesis test and confidence interval for difference between proportions of two population

Lecture Materials:

Power Point File

         Review of Normal Distribution

         Review of t-Distribution (Revised on 1/24/2012)

         Two Populations - known ss

         Two Populations - unknown ss

         Two Populations - paired data

         Two Populations - difference in proportions

Excel File

         Chicago vs. St Louis - Known Sigma - Excel - Hand

         Chicago vs. St Louis - Known Sigma - Excel - Tool

         Women vs. Men Test Score - Excel - Hand

         Women vs. Men Test Score - Excel - Tool

         Lakers vs. Clippers - Excel - Hand

         Lakers vs. Clippers - Excel - Tool

         Anaheim vs. Irvine - Paired Data - Excel - Hand

         Anaheim vs. Irvine - Paired Data - Excel - Tool

         Mida Service Satisfaction LA vs. NY

Word File

 

         Standard Deviation

         Summary of Inferences about Difference in Population Means

Homework Assignment:

         Homework 1 - Question

         Homework 1 - Solution

         Homework 2 - Question

         Homework 2 - Solution

Reading for Next Week

         Keller: Chapter 13 - Inference about Comparing Two Populations

Announcement:

 

        Please contact your instructor if you miss the first class session: schen@fullerotn.edu