Chapter 
Lecture PPTs (PDFs) 
Assignments & Other Resources 

1 
 1.1 Lecture 
 1.1 Exercises  Answers 

 1.2 Lecture 
 1.2 Exercises  Answers 

 1.3 Lecture 
 1.3 Exercises  Answers 

 Statistical Tables 
 1.3 Sample HW Solutions 





 Describing Distributions Worksheet



 Beer Data: Excel  PDF 


 Who Talks More Worksheet 


 Normal Calculations Assignment 


 Social CEO Report 




2 
 Overview
 2.1 Lecture

 2.1 Exercises  Answers 

 2.2 Lecture 
 2.2 Exercises  Answers 

 2.3 Lecture 
 2.3 Exercises  Answers 

 2.4 Lecture 
 2.4 Exercises  Answers 

 Summary Lecture 
 Correlation & Regression Worksheet 


3 
 Ch3 Lecture 
 3.1 Exercises
 3.2 Exercises
 3.3 Exercises
 3.4 Exercises
 Ch3 Exercise Solutions 




4 
 4.1  4.2 Lecture 
 4.1  4.2 Exercises  Solutions 

 4.3  4.5 Lecture 
 4.3  4.4 Exercises  Solutions
 4.5 Exercises  Solutions
 Assignment #1 (Dice tossing)
 Assignment #2 (Life insurance)
 Assignment #3 (Rules for means)
 Assignment #4 (Conditional probability)

Section 4.5 Worksheet



5 
 5.1 Lecture 
 5.1 Exercises  Solutions 

 5.2 Lecture 
 5.2 Exercises  Solutions 


 Chapter 5 Notes  Assignment 




6 
 6.1 Lecture 
 6.1 Exercises  Solutions 

 6.2 Lecture 
 6.2 Exercises  Solutions 




7 
 7.1 Lecture 
 Ch 7 Handout 

 7.2 Lecture 
 7.1 Exercises 


 7.2 Exercises 


 Ch 7 Exersise Solutions 

8 
 8.1 Lecture 
 Ch 8 Handout 

 8.2 Lecture 
 8.1 Exercises 


 8.2 Exercises 


 Ch 8 Exercise Solutions 

 Inference  TI 83/84
 Inference Formulas 





9 
 9.1 Lecture 
 Ch 9 Exercise Solutions 




Semester Project 
Sample Questionnaires:
 Job Satisfaction Survey
 Self Assessment Happiness Questionnaire 
 Sample Project 

 Final Exam Review Problems
Note: The review covers Ch 6  Ch 8 problems only. The final is cummulative with 70% or more of the problems from Ch 6  8. The remaining 30% of the questions are from Chapters 1, 2, 4, & 5.


What to include in your project:
To get full credit, you project needs to include the following:
(1) Short summary that introduces your project idea and what questions you are attempting to answer.
(2) Presentation of your finding in the form of tables and/or charts that summarize you findings.
(3) A written description of the results of your findings that incorporates the use of descriptive statistics (e.g., mean, standard deviation, median, & quartiles).
(4) A statistical analysis that incorporates the use of a hypothesis test to compare the results in two different groups. For example males & female subjects that responded to your survey.


