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g. Remember back to the last lecture, in which we talk about z-scores. What raw score would correspond to a z-score of 0 in this dataset? What raw score would correspond to a z-score of 1.00? Hint: consider the units of z, and what a positive value of z means. For z=0X= For z=1.00X= 2. Calculate the mean, median, mode, SS, (sample) variance, and (sample) SD for the following dataset. Please show your work (at least the general calculations that you made to get to your answer, where applicable). 42,54,43,47,58,49,63,55,56,47,55,61,59,48,55,53,41,60,50,55 a. Mean 52.55 b. Median 54 c. Mode 55 d. SS 782.95 e. Sample variance 41.2 f. Sample SD 6.4 g. Remember back to the last lecture, in which we talk about z-scores. What raw score would correspond to a z-score of 0 in this dataset? What raw score would correspond to a z-score of 1.00? Hint consider the units of z, and what a positive value of z means. ForzXForzX=0:==1.00:=.

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This document discusses z-scores and standardizing distributions. It provides examples of how to calculate z-scores and use them to compare scores across different tests or samples. Key points include: z-scores indicate how many standard deviations a score is from the mean of its distribution; standardizing distributions sets the mean to 0 and standard deviation to 1, allowing comparison; and z-scores can be used to assess relative performance when raw scores come from distributions with different parameters.

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STAT 5201
Fall 2016
Due on the class Moodle site or in Room 313 Ford Hall
on Tuesday, December 20 at 11:00 AM
In the second case please deliver to the office staff
of the School of Statistics
READ BEFORE STARTING
You must work alone and may discuss these questions only with the TA or Glen Meeden. You
may use the class notes, the text and any other sources of printed material.
Put each answer on a single sheet of paper. You may use both sides and additional sheets if
needed. Number the question and put your name on each sheet.
If I discover a misprint or error in a question I will post a correction on the class web page. In
case you think you have found an error you should check the class home page before contacting us.
1
1. Find a recent survey reported in a newspaper, magazine or on the web. Briefly describe
the survey. What are the target population and sampled population? What conclusions are drawn
from the survey in the article. Do you think these conclusions are justified? What are the possible
sources of bias in the survey? Please be brief.
2. In a small country a governmental department is interested in getting a sample of school
children from grades three through six. Because of a shortage of buildings many of the schools had
two shifts. That is one group of students came in the morning and a different group came in the
afternoon. The department has a list of all the schools in the country and knows which schools
have two shifts of students and which do not. Devise a sampling plan for selecting the students to
appear in the sample.
3. For some population of size N and some fixed sampling design let π1 be the inclusion
probability for unit i. Assume a sample of size n was used to select a sample.
i) If unit i appears in the sample what is the weight we associate with it?
ii) Suppose the population can be partitioned into four disjoint groups or categories. Let Nj be
the size of the j’th category. For this part of the problem we assume that the Nj’s are not known.
Assume that for units in category j there is a constant probability, say γi that they will respond if
selected in the sample. These γj’s are unknown. Suppose in our sample we see nj units in category
j and 0 < rj ≤ nj respond. Note n1 + n2 + n3 + n4 = n. In this case how much weight should be
assigned to a responder in category j.
iii) Answer the same question in part ii) but now assume that the Nj’s are known.
iv) Instead of categories suppose that there is a real valued auxiliary variable, say age, attached
to each unit and it is known that the probability of response depends on age. That is units of
a similar age have a similar probability of responding when selected in the sample. Very briefly
explain how you would assign adjusted weights o ...

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This document discusses z-scores and standardizing distributions. It provides examples of how to calculate z-scores and use them to compare scores across different tests or samples. Key points include: z-scores indicate how many standard deviations a score is from the mean of its distribution; standardizing distributions sets the mean to 0 and standard deviation to 1, allowing comparison; and z-scores can be used to assess relative performance when raw scores come from distributions with different parameters.

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z test
t test for independent samples, and
t test for dependent samples
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STAT 5201
Fall 2016
Due on the class Moodle site or in Room 313 Ford Hall
on Tuesday, December 20 at 11:00 AM
In the second case please deliver to the office staff
of the School of Statistics
READ BEFORE STARTING
You must work alone and may discuss these questions only with the TA or Glen Meeden. You
may use the class notes, the text and any other sources of printed material.
Put each answer on a single sheet of paper. You may use both sides and additional sheets if
needed. Number the question and put your name on each sheet.
If I discover a misprint or error in a question I will post a correction on the class web page. In
case you think you have found an error you should check the class home page before contacting us.
1
1. Find a recent survey reported in a newspaper, magazine or on the web. Briefly describe
the survey. What are the target population and sampled population? What conclusions are drawn
from the survey in the article. Do you think these conclusions are justified? What are the possible
sources of bias in the survey? Please be brief.
2. In a small country a governmental department is interested in getting a sample of school
children from grades three through six. Because of a shortage of buildings many of the schools had
two shifts. That is one group of students came in the morning and a different group came in the
afternoon. The department has a list of all the schools in the country and knows which schools
have two shifts of students and which do not. Devise a sampling plan for selecting the students to
appear in the sample.
3. For some population of size N and some fixed sampling design let π1 be the inclusion
probability for unit i. Assume a sample of size n was used to select a sample.
i) If unit i appears in the sample what is the weight we associate with it?
ii) Suppose the population can be partitioned into four disjoint groups or categories. Let Nj be
the size of the j’th category. For this part of the problem we assume that the Nj’s are not known.
Assume that for units in category j there is a constant probability, say γi that they will respond if
selected in the sample. These γj’s are unknown. Suppose in our sample we see nj units in category
j and 0 < rj ≤ nj respond. Note n1 + n2 + n3 + n4 = n. In this case how much weight should be
assigned to a responder in category j.
iii) Answer the same question in part ii) but now assume that the Nj’s are known.
iv) Instead of categories suppose that there is a real valued auxiliary variable, say age, attached
to each unit and it is known that the probability of response depends on age. That is units of
a similar age have a similar probability of responding when selected in the sample. Very briefly
explain how you would assign adjusted weights o ...

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● Types of event processing models in Mule 4
● Distinction between the reactive, parallel, blocking & non-blocking processing
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