Introductory Statistics Homework

  • Problems are normally due at the beginning of class.
  • Late homework will not be accepted.
  • You are encouraged to work together on these problems.
  • They may be handed in jointly (unless I change my mind).
  • Present work neatly on 8.5 x 11″ paper.
  • Label each problem and page number or chapter/section.
  • Assemble them in correct order.
  • Write only on the front side of each piece of paper.
  • Papers must be stapled—not paper-clipped, etc.
  • At the top of page 1, clearly print your NAME(S).
Homework 1, due 9/3: Honor Code

Homework 2, due 9/8

  • Chapter 10: 2, 18

Homework 3, due 9/15

  • Chapter 11: 4, 10, 14
  • Chapter 2: 6, 28
  • Chapter 3: 48, 52 (don't overly worry about describing the distribution)
  • Chapter 4: 24, 42

Homework 4, due 9/22

  • Chapter 4: 16, 20
  • Chapter 5: 2, 4, 8, 10, 12a, 44

Homework 5, due 9/29

  • Chapter 5: 48abc
  • Chapter 15: 2
  • Chapter 16: 24, 26

Homework 6, due 10/14

  • Chapter 16: 28, 30
  • Chapter 17: 12, 22, 40
  • Chapter 15: 14, 16, 38, 52, 60ad

Review on 10/15

  • Do the practice worksheet! Try it under "real test" conditions!
  • Be able to do:
  • Chapter 18: 14, 18, 20bc, 24, 26, 38abdef
  • Chapter 19: Type I and Type II errors

Homework 7, due 10/27

  • Chapter 20: 2, 10, 44, 66
  • Chapter 21: 2, 30, 36

Homework 8, due 11/3

  • Chapter 24: 16 (do the t-test, don't compare t-stat to F-stat), 22abc
  • Chapter 2: 34abcde, 36abc

Homework 9, due 11/10

  • Chapter 22: 2, 12, 16, 24, 38, 40bcd, 42bc

Homework 10, due 11/17

  • Chapter 6: 2, 20, 34, 36, 50
  • Chapter 7: 16, 66

Homework 11, due 12/6

Review on 12/8

  • Do the practice worksheet! Try it under "real test" conditions!