5 Steps to a 5 AP Statistics (2014-2015 Edition) by Duane Hinders

By Duane Hinders

Get prepared on your AP examination with this easy and easy-to-follow research consultant, up-to-date for all of the most recent examination changes!

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20% (or more), series of seven or more replicates would be needed just to reduce the confidence limits to f100% of the estimate. 6. Assuming for the moment that a large number of measurements went into a determination of a mean,,,x and a standard deviation s,, what is the width of the 95% confidence interval, what are the 95% confidence limits? 96 standard deviations and +m. Because of the symmetry of the normal distribution function, the same applies for negative z-values. Together p = 2 . 96 .

5) is used to simulate normally distributed values: each histogram (cf. ” 32 UNIVARIATE DATA where p is the true average, as deduced from theory or through a very large number of measurements, u is the true standard deviation, as deduced from theory or through a very large number of measurements, x is the observed value, PD is the probability density as a function of x, that is, the expected frequency of observation at x. 39894. 8) where z = ( x - p ) / u ; this state of affairs is abbreviated “ND(0, l)”, as opposed to “ND(p, (T ’)”.

13. 13. The cumulative probability of the normal distribution. The hatched area corresponds to the difference ACP in the CP plot. OOO. 02275. 9b) where (1 - CP) is the area under the curve between +z and +m. P and P’ are functions that involve polynomials of order 6 . 1. Both functions are used in sample programs in Chapter 5. 2 Student’s &Distribution The normal distribution is the limiting case (n = -) for the Student’s tdistribution. Why a new distribution? The reason is simply as follows: If the number of observations n becomes small, the mean’s confidence interval Cl(xmean)can no longer be ignored.

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