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Aryabhata was an Indian mathematician and astronomer from the classical age of Indian mathematics and astronomy. Some of his key contributions include:
1) Developing a place-value system with a symbol for zero, implicitly demonstrating knowledge of zero.
2) Calculating pi to four decimal places.
3) Introducing sine, versine (1-cosine), and trigonometric identities to mathematics.
4) Providing formulas for sums of squares, cubes, and arithmetic series.
5) Asserting that the earth rotates about its axis and orbits the sun.

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The document provides an overview of decision tree learning algorithms:
- Decision trees are a supervised learning method that can represent discrete functions and efficiently process large datasets.
- Basic algorithms like ID3 use a top-down greedy search to build decision trees by selecting attributes that best split the training data at each node.
- The quality of a split is typically measured by metrics like information gain, with the goal of creating pure, homogeneous child nodes.
- Fully grown trees may overfit, so algorithms incorporate a bias toward smaller, simpler trees with informative splits near the root.

Blood relations

The document provides examples of family relationships and pedigree charts, along with solved problems determining relationships between individuals based on descriptions of their connections. It begins with definitions of maternal and paternal relations, then shows how to construct a family tree using symbols for gender, marriage, siblings, and generations. The rest of the document consists of multiple choice questions asking the reader to determine relationships based on clues provided, with explanations of the answers.

Blooms taxonomy action_verbs

This document outlines Bloom's revised taxonomy of educational objectives and provides examples of action verbs associated with each level of the taxonomy. The six levels are: remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating, and creating. Definitions are provided for each level as well as examples of verbs that could be used to formulate learning objectives at that level, such as "recall" for remembering, "classify" for understanding, and "design" for creating. The taxonomy is intended to help educators develop learning objectives and assessments that target different cognitive skill levels.

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UGC NET Paper 1 Mathematical Reasoning & Aptitude.pdf

This Presentation is about the Unit 5 Mathematical Reasoning of UGC NET Paper 1 General Studies where we have included Types of Reasoning, Mathematical reasoning like number series, letter series etc. and mathematical aptitude like Fraction, Time and Distance, Average etc. with their solved questions and answers.

Aryabhata seminar

Aryabhata was an Indian mathematician and astronomer from the classical age of Indian mathematics and astronomy. Some of his key contributions include:
1) Developing a place-value system with a symbol for zero, implicitly demonstrating knowledge of zero.
2) Calculating pi to four decimal places.
3) Introducing sine, versine (1-cosine), and trigonometric identities to mathematics.
4) Providing formulas for sums of squares, cubes, and arithmetic series.
5) Asserting that the earth rotates about its axis and orbits the sun.

Mathematical Reasoning (unit-5) UGC NET Paper-1 Study Notes (E-books) Down...

This document provides a summary of mathematical reasoning and aptitude topics that are important for the UGC NET exam. It mentions that mathematical reasoning is a very important section that can play a role in whether candidates are selected. It provides summaries, tips, and 200 practice questions for each topic, such as profit and loss, ratios, and more. It is intended to help students practice topics, increase accuracy, and develop a strong understanding to do well on the exam.

Slide3.ppt

The document provides an overview of decision tree learning algorithms:
- Decision trees are a supervised learning method that can represent discrete functions and efficiently process large datasets.
- Basic algorithms like ID3 use a top-down greedy search to build decision trees by selecting attributes that best split the training data at each node.
- The quality of a split is typically measured by metrics like information gain, with the goal of creating pure, homogeneous child nodes.
- Fully grown trees may overfit, so algorithms incorporate a bias toward smaller, simpler trees with informative splits near the root.

Blood relations

The document provides examples of family relationships and pedigree charts, along with solved problems determining relationships between individuals based on descriptions of their connections. It begins with definitions of maternal and paternal relations, then shows how to construct a family tree using symbols for gender, marriage, siblings, and generations. The rest of the document consists of multiple choice questions asking the reader to determine relationships based on clues provided, with explanations of the answers.

Blooms taxonomy action_verbs

This document outlines Bloom's revised taxonomy of educational objectives and provides examples of action verbs associated with each level of the taxonomy. The six levels are: remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating, and creating. Definitions are provided for each level as well as examples of verbs that could be used to formulate learning objectives at that level, such as "recall" for remembering, "classify" for understanding, and "design" for creating. The taxonomy is intended to help educators develop learning objectives and assessments that target different cognitive skill levels.

A_Study_on_the_Medieval_Kerala_School_of_Mathematics

This document provides a summary of a paper submitted by Sumon Jose for a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Christ College in Irinjalakuda, Kerala, India. The paper discusses the medieval Kerala school of mathematics, which was founded by Sangama Grama Madhava in the 14th century. The paper first provides context on the social and mathematical origins of the Kerala school, noting influences from Aryabhata, Bhaskara, and Narayana Pandit. It then profiles several prominent mathematicians from the Kerala school, including Sangama Grama Madhava, Parameswara, Damodara, and Jyeshtadeva.

Probability basics and bayes' theorem

It gives detail description about probability, types of probability, difference between mutually exclusive events and independent events, difference between conditional and unconditional probability and Bayes' theorem

Cluster analysis

This document discusses various clustering analysis methods including k-means, k-medoids (PAM), and CLARA. It explains that clustering involves grouping similar objects together without predefined classes. Partitioning methods like k-means and k-medoids (PAM) assign objects to clusters to optimize a criterion function. K-means uses cluster centroids while k-medoids uses actual data points as cluster representatives. PAM is more robust to outliers than k-means but does not scale well to large datasets, so CLARA applies PAM to samples of the data. Examples of clustering applications include market segmentation, land use analysis, and earthquake studies.

SETS [Algebra]

The answer for:
1)Give me a group of girls whose height is > than 156 cm is E,F,G.
2) The answers for Piano and Guitar question is:
n(U) =8,
n(A)=3,
n(B)=4
(A n B) = 1
( A U B)= 6
(A U B)' = 2
Only Piano ( A - B)=2
Only guitar(B-A) =3
Sets [Algebra] in an easier and interesting way to learn! Specially suited for young children and for those who find Sets difficult to grasp.
Content-
Venn diagram,
Set builder(Rule method),
List method(Roster method),
Universal set,
Union of sets,
Intersection of set

Graph theory and its applications

This document is a project report submitted by S. Manikanta in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Master of Science degree in Mathematics. The report discusses applications of graph theory. It provides an overview of graph theory concepts such as definitions of graphs, terminology used in graph theory, different types of graphs, trees and forests, graph isomorphism and operations, walks and paths in graphs, representations of graphs using matrices, applications of graphs in areas like computer science, fingerprint recognition, security, and more. The document also includes examples and illustrations to explain various graph theory concepts.

Ancient indian mathematicians

Ancient Indian mathematicians made significant contributions to mathematics through texts like the Shatpatha Brahmana and Sulabasutras. During the Indus Valley civilization, precise mathematical calculations were used in constructions at sites like Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro. Vedic texts also described geometric constructions used during this period. While mathematics was mostly applied to practical problems, some early developments in algebra also occurred. Famous ancient Indian mathematicians included Apastamba, Baudhayana, Katyayana, Manava, Panini, Pingala, and Yajnavalkya. Apastamba wrote the Kalpasutra between 600-540 BC, which included the Dharmasutra and

Categorical data analysis

This document discusses various statistical tests used to analyze categorical data, including contingency tables and chi-square tests. It begins by defining continuous and categorical variables. It then discusses how to represent associations between categorical variables using contingency tables. It explains how to calculate expected frequencies and chi-square values to test for relationships between categorical variables. Finally, it discusses other tests that can be used for contingency tables like Fisher's exact test, McNemar's test, and Yates correction.

A power point presentation on statistics

Statistics originated from Latin, Italian, and German words referring to organized states. Gottfried Achenwall is considered the "father of statistics" for coining the term to describe a specialized branch of knowledge. Modern statistics is defined as the science of judging collective phenomena through analysis and enumeration. While statistics can be an art and a science, its successful application depends on the skill of the statistician and their knowledge of the field being studied. Statistics are important across many domains from business, economics, and planning to the sciences. However, statistics also have limitations such as only studying aggregates, not individuals, and results being valid only on average and in the long run.

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Maths Project Power Point Presentation

The document announces a mathematics project competition open to students in forms 3 and 4 at Maria Regina College Boys' Junior Lyceum. Teams of two students can participate by creating one of the following: a statistics project, charts, or a PowerPoint presentation on a given theme related to mathematics history or concepts. The top five entries will represent the school in the national competition and prizes will be awarded to the top teams nationally. Proposals are due by November 30th and completed projects by January 18th.

Exploratory data analysis data visualization

Exploratory data analysis data visualization:
Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) is an approach/philosophy for data analysis that employs a variety of techniques (mostly graphical) to
Maximize insight into a data set.
Uncover underlying structure.
Extract important variables.
Detect outliers and anomalies.
Test underlying assumptions.
Develop parsimonious models.
Determine optimal factor settings

Applications of statistics

Introductory Statistics discusses the definition and history of statistics. Statistics deals with quantitative or numerical data and is the scientific method of collecting, organizing, analyzing, and making decisions with quantitative data. Historically, Indian texts from the Mauryan period and Mughal period contained early forms of statistical analysis of topics like agriculture. The typical process of a statistical study involves defining objectives, identifying the population and characteristics, planning data collection, collecting and organizing data, performing statistical analysis, and drawing conclusions. Statistics is useful for simplifying complex data, quantifying uncertainty, discovering patterns to enable forecasting, and testing assumptions. Statistical techniques have various applications in fields like marketing, economics, finance, operations, human resources, information technology,

Importance of mathematics in our daily life

The document discusses the history and origins of mathematics. It notes that mathematics originated from practical needs like measurement and counting, with early forms found on notched bones and cave walls. Over thousands of years, mathematics has developed from attempts to describe the natural world and arrive at logical truths. Today, mathematics is highly specialized but also applied in diverse fields from politics to traffic analysis. The document also provides examples of how concepts in commercial mathematics, algebra, statistics, geometry are useful in daily life.

Clustering

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2.3 stem and leaf displays

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Vedic mathematics

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According to his research, maths is based on 16 SUTRAS or word-formulae. These formulae describe the way the mind works naturally and are therefore a great help in directing the students to the appropriate solution. This unifying quality is very satisfying,; it makes maths easy, enjoyable and encourages innovation.

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STAT 200 Final ExaminationFall 2019 OL1Page 1 of 11Answer .docx

STAT 200 Final Examination
Fall 2019 OL1
Page 1 of 11
Answer Sheet
Instructions:
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials as you work on the exam, and you may use a calculator.
Record your answers and work in this document.
Answer all 20 questions. Make sure your answers are as complete as possible. Show all of your work and reasoning. In particular, when there are calculations involved, you must show how you come up with your answers with critical work and/or necessary tables. Answers that come straight from calculators, programs or software packages without explanation will not be accepted. If you need to use technology to aid in your calculation, you have to cite the source and explain how you get the results. For example, state the Excel function along with the required parameters when using Excel; describe the detailed steps when using a hand-held calculator; or provide the URL and detailed steps when using an online calculator, and so on.
Show all supporting work and write all answers in the spaces allotted on the following pages. You may type your work using plain-text formatting or an equation editor, or you may hand-write your work and scan it. In either case, show work neatly and correctly, following standard mathematical conventions. Each step should follow clearly and completely from the previous step. If necessary, you may attach extra pages.
Record your answers and work.
Problem Number
Solution
1
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(a)
(b)
Justification for (a) and (b):
2
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(a)
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Work for (a) and (b):
8
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(b)
9
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(a)
(b)
10
Answer:
(a)
(b)
11
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(a) n = , p = , and q = .
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(a)
(b)
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(a)
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STAT 200: Introduction to Statistics
Final Examination, Fall 2019 OL1
1
STAT 200
OL1 Sections
Final Exam
Fall 2019
The final exam will be posted at 12:01 am on October 11, 2019, and
it is due at 11:59 pm on October 13, 2019 Eastern Time.
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials
for the current course as you work on the exam, and you may use a calculator,
applets, or Excel. You must complete the exam individually. Neither collaboration
nor consultation with others is allowed. It is a violation of the UMUC Academic
Dishonesty and Plagiarism policy to use unauthorized materials or work from
others.
Answer all 20 questions. Mak.

Cluster analysis

This document discusses various clustering analysis methods including k-means, k-medoids (PAM), and CLARA. It explains that clustering involves grouping similar objects together without predefined classes. Partitioning methods like k-means and k-medoids (PAM) assign objects to clusters to optimize a criterion function. K-means uses cluster centroids while k-medoids uses actual data points as cluster representatives. PAM is more robust to outliers than k-means but does not scale well to large datasets, so CLARA applies PAM to samples of the data. Examples of clustering applications include market segmentation, land use analysis, and earthquake studies.

SETS [Algebra]

The answer for:
1)Give me a group of girls whose height is > than 156 cm is E,F,G.
2) The answers for Piano and Guitar question is:
n(U) =8,
n(A)=3,
n(B)=4
(A n B) = 1
( A U B)= 6
(A U B)' = 2
Only Piano ( A - B)=2
Only guitar(B-A) =3
Sets [Algebra] in an easier and interesting way to learn! Specially suited for young children and for those who find Sets difficult to grasp.
Content-
Venn diagram,
Set builder(Rule method),
List method(Roster method),
Universal set,
Union of sets,
Intersection of set

Graph theory and its applications

This document is a project report submitted by S. Manikanta in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Master of Science degree in Mathematics. The report discusses applications of graph theory. It provides an overview of graph theory concepts such as definitions of graphs, terminology used in graph theory, different types of graphs, trees and forests, graph isomorphism and operations, walks and paths in graphs, representations of graphs using matrices, applications of graphs in areas like computer science, fingerprint recognition, security, and more. The document also includes examples and illustrations to explain various graph theory concepts.

Ancient indian mathematicians

Ancient Indian mathematicians made significant contributions to mathematics through texts like the Shatpatha Brahmana and Sulabasutras. During the Indus Valley civilization, precise mathematical calculations were used in constructions at sites like Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro. Vedic texts also described geometric constructions used during this period. While mathematics was mostly applied to practical problems, some early developments in algebra also occurred. Famous ancient Indian mathematicians included Apastamba, Baudhayana, Katyayana, Manava, Panini, Pingala, and Yajnavalkya. Apastamba wrote the Kalpasutra between 600-540 BC, which included the Dharmasutra and

Categorical data analysis

This document discusses various statistical tests used to analyze categorical data, including contingency tables and chi-square tests. It begins by defining continuous and categorical variables. It then discusses how to represent associations between categorical variables using contingency tables. It explains how to calculate expected frequencies and chi-square values to test for relationships between categorical variables. Finally, it discusses other tests that can be used for contingency tables like Fisher's exact test, McNemar's test, and Yates correction.

A power point presentation on statistics

Statistics originated from Latin, Italian, and German words referring to organized states. Gottfried Achenwall is considered the "father of statistics" for coining the term to describe a specialized branch of knowledge. Modern statistics is defined as the science of judging collective phenomena through analysis and enumeration. While statistics can be an art and a science, its successful application depends on the skill of the statistician and their knowledge of the field being studied. Statistics are important across many domains from business, economics, and planning to the sciences. However, statistics also have limitations such as only studying aggregates, not individuals, and results being valid only on average and in the long run.

MACHINE LEARNING LIFE CYCLE

The document outlines the 7 key steps of a machine learning life cycle: 1) Gathering data from various sources, 2) Preparing the data through exploration and preprocessing, 3) Cleaning and formatting the data through wrangling, 4) Analyzing the data using models and techniques, 5) Training models using machine learning algorithms, 6) Testing the trained models on new data, and 7) Deploying accurate models into real systems if testing performance is satisfactory. The goal of the life cycle is to find a solution to a problem by developing and evaluating machine learning models through these iterative steps.

Maths Project Power Point Presentation

The document announces a mathematics project competition open to students in forms 3 and 4 at Maria Regina College Boys' Junior Lyceum. Teams of two students can participate by creating one of the following: a statistics project, charts, or a PowerPoint presentation on a given theme related to mathematics history or concepts. The top five entries will represent the school in the national competition and prizes will be awarded to the top teams nationally. Proposals are due by November 30th and completed projects by January 18th.

Exploratory data analysis data visualization

Exploratory data analysis data visualization:
Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) is an approach/philosophy for data analysis that employs a variety of techniques (mostly graphical) to
Maximize insight into a data set.
Uncover underlying structure.
Extract important variables.
Detect outliers and anomalies.
Test underlying assumptions.
Develop parsimonious models.
Determine optimal factor settings

Applications of statistics

Introductory Statistics discusses the definition and history of statistics. Statistics deals with quantitative or numerical data and is the scientific method of collecting, organizing, analyzing, and making decisions with quantitative data. Historically, Indian texts from the Mauryan period and Mughal period contained early forms of statistical analysis of topics like agriculture. The typical process of a statistical study involves defining objectives, identifying the population and characteristics, planning data collection, collecting and organizing data, performing statistical analysis, and drawing conclusions. Statistics is useful for simplifying complex data, quantifying uncertainty, discovering patterns to enable forecasting, and testing assumptions. Statistical techniques have various applications in fields like marketing, economics, finance, operations, human resources, information technology,

Importance of mathematics in our daily life

The document discusses the history and origins of mathematics. It notes that mathematics originated from practical needs like measurement and counting, with early forms found on notched bones and cave walls. Over thousands of years, mathematics has developed from attempts to describe the natural world and arrive at logical truths. Today, mathematics is highly specialized but also applied in diverse fields from politics to traffic analysis. The document also provides examples of how concepts in commercial mathematics, algebra, statistics, geometry are useful in daily life.

Clustering

The document discusses clustering techniques, specifically focusing on hierarchical and k-means clustering algorithms. It provides an overview of clustering, describing how it is used to group similar data objects. Key clustering techniques are explained, including hierarchical algorithms that create nested partitions, and k-means partitioning algorithms that optimize cluster assignments. Worked examples demonstrate how k-means clustering can identify groups within a dataset.

Data Wrangling

This document discusses various approaches for finding, loading, and cleaning data. It provides examples of public data sources like government websites and catalogs. It also discusses different file formats for storing data and databases for processing it. The document outlines common data issues like missing values, invalid data types and incorrect structure that require cleaning. It provides examples of how to fix such issues through techniques like standardizing values, filtering rows and columns, and validating data.

2.3 stem and leaf displays

Stem-and-leaf displays are a method of exploratory data analysis used to rank-order and arrange data into groups, with the leftmost digits as the stem and rightmost as the leaf, allowing the distribution shape of the data to be seen. Stem-and-leaf displays retain individual data values and provide an effective way to order data by hand. Stems with many leaves can be split into multiple lines to improve readability of the display.

Vedic mathematics

A Vedic Maths is the name given to the ancient system of Indian Mathematics which was rediscovered from the Vedas/sutras between 1911 and 1918 by Sri Bharati Krisna Tirthaji (1884-1960).
According to his research, maths is based on 16 SUTRAS or word-formulae. These formulae describe the way the mind works naturally and are therefore a great help in directing the students to the appropriate solution. This unifying quality is very satisfying,; it makes maths easy, enjoyable and encourages innovation.

Mathematisation and Contextualisation

The document discusses strategies for improving mathematics learning for Aboriginal students. It focuses on two approaches: mathematisation, which involves relating everyday experiences to mathematical concepts, and contextualisation, which foregrounds mathematics in contexts students can relate to. The Alberton cluster model uses these approaches across grades 3-5 through an integrated numeracy program related to community projects. The goal is to develop students' mathematical resilience and ability to transfer skills by strengthening their engagement and confidence in mathematics.

Case study method

The document discusses the case study method of teaching and learning. It describes case studies as analyses of real-world situations that help students develop important skills like reading, analysis, strategic thinking, and domain knowledge application. Case studies can focus on enterprises, organizations, functions, successes, failures, and mergers. Analyzing case studies helps students strengthen various skills while facilitating enhanced learning experiences. There are two main approaches to case studies: analytical and problem-oriented. Problem-oriented case studies identify issues and recommend solutions to address real problems.

Data collection,tabulation,processing and analysis

This document discusses data collection, tabulation, processing, and analysis. It begins by outlining the need for data collection to support scientific research and problem solving. It then describes various methods of data collection including warranty cards, audits, and mechanical devices. The document emphasizes the importance of processing and analyzing raw data to make it meaningful and test hypotheses. It outlines steps in processing like editing, coding, classification, and tabulation. Finally, it discusses various statistical analysis techniques including measures of central tendency, frequency distributions, correlation, regression, and parametric and non-parametric tests.

Math Quiz Final round with answer

1. The document outlines the rules for a quiz game being played between teams A-F. It details the round structure, scoring system, and rules for different rounds.
2. The last round, called the Quizzer Round, involves one team member being the quiz master who asks 5 questions to their partner in 60 seconds. The partner can have two attempts to answer each question correctly for 4 points each.
3. Hints or clues can be provided by the quiz master but they cannot read or say parts of the answers shown on the slides. Getting all 5 questions right earns a 5 point bonus for a total of 25 points at stake in the round.

Geometry geometry

The document is a student project on geometry by Sitikantha Mishra. It begins by defining key geometric concepts like points, lines, line segments, rays, angles, planes, parallel and intersecting lines. It then discusses 2D and 3D geometric figures. The document also provides an overview of geometry in ancient India as discussed in texts like the Sulba Sutras and the contributions of mathematicians like Brahmagupta. It then discusses Euclid and the importance of geometry in daily life and architecture. Symmetry and the importance of learning geometry are also covered.

Cluster analysis

Cluster analysis

SETS [Algebra]

SETS [Algebra]

Graph theory and its applications

Graph theory and its applications

Ancient indian mathematicians

Ancient indian mathematicians

Categorical data analysis

Categorical data analysis

A power point presentation on statistics

A power point presentation on statistics

MACHINE LEARNING LIFE CYCLE

MACHINE LEARNING LIFE CYCLE

Maths Project Power Point Presentation

Maths Project Power Point Presentation

Exploratory data analysis data visualization

Exploratory data analysis data visualization

Applications of statistics

Applications of statistics

Importance of mathematics in our daily life

Importance of mathematics in our daily life

Clustering

Clustering

Data Wrangling

Data Wrangling

2.3 stem and leaf displays

2.3 stem and leaf displays

Vedic mathematics

Vedic mathematics

Mathematisation and Contextualisation

Mathematisation and Contextualisation

Case study method

Case study method

Data collection,tabulation,processing and analysis

Data collection,tabulation,processing and analysis

Math Quiz Final round with answer

Math Quiz Final round with answer

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STAT 200 Final Examination
Fall 2019 OL1
Page 1 of 11
Answer Sheet
Instructions:
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials as you work on the exam, and you may use a calculator.
Record your answers and work in this document.
Answer all 20 questions. Make sure your answers are as complete as possible. Show all of your work and reasoning. In particular, when there are calculations involved, you must show how you come up with your answers with critical work and/or necessary tables. Answers that come straight from calculators, programs or software packages without explanation will not be accepted. If you need to use technology to aid in your calculation, you have to cite the source and explain how you get the results. For example, state the Excel function along with the required parameters when using Excel; describe the detailed steps when using a hand-held calculator; or provide the URL and detailed steps when using an online calculator, and so on.
Show all supporting work and write all answers in the spaces allotted on the following pages. You may type your work using plain-text formatting or an equation editor, or you may hand-write your work and scan it. In either case, show work neatly and correctly, following standard mathematical conventions. Each step should follow clearly and completely from the previous step. If necessary, you may attach extra pages.
Record your answers and work.
Problem Number
Solution
1
Answer:
(a)
(b)
Justification for (a) and (b):
2
Answer:
(a)
(b)
Justification for (a) and (b):
3
Answer:
(a)
(b)
Justification for (a) and (b):
4
Answer:
(a)
(b)
5
Answer:
(a)
(b)
6
Answer:
(a)
(b)
7
Answer:
(a)
(b)
(c)
Work for (a) and (b):
8
Answer:
(a)
(b)
9
Answer:
(a)
(b)
10
Answer:
(a)
(b)
11
Answer:
(a)
(b)
12
Answer:
(a) n = , p = , and q = .
(b)
(c)
13
Answer:
(a)
(b)
14
Answer:
(a)
(b)
15
Answer:
(a)
(b)
16
Answer:
(a)
(b)
17
Answer:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
18
Answer:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
19
Answer:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
20
Answers:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
STAT 200: Introduction to Statistics
Final Examination, Fall 2019 OL1
1
STAT 200
OL1 Sections
Final Exam
Fall 2019
The final exam will be posted at 12:01 am on October 11, 2019, and
it is due at 11:59 pm on October 13, 2019 Eastern Time.
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials
for the current course as you work on the exam, and you may use a calculator,
applets, or Excel. You must complete the exam individually. Neither collaboration
nor consultation with others is allowed. It is a violation of the UMUC Academic
Dishonesty and Plagiarism policy to use unauthorized materials or work from
others.
Answer all 20 questions. Mak.

Answer SheetInstructions This is an open-book exam. Yo.docx

Answer Sheet
Instructions:
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials as you work on the exam, and you may use a calculator.
Record your answers and work in this document.
Answer all 20 questions. Make sure your answers are as complete as possible. Show all of your work and reasoning. In particular, when there are calculations involved, you must show how you come up with your answers with critical work and/or necessary tables. Answers that come straight from calculators, programs or software packages without explanation will not be accepted. If you need to use technology to aid in your calculation, you have to cite the source and explain how you get the results. For example, state the Excel function along with the required parameters when using Excel; describe the detailed steps when using a hand-held calculator; or provide the URL and detailed steps when using an online calculator, and so on.
Show all supporting work and write all answers in the spaces allotted on the following pages. You may type your work using plain-text formatting or an equation editor, or you may hand-write your work and scan it. In either case, show work neatly and correctly, following standard mathematical conventions. Each step should follow clearly and completely from the previous step. If necessary, you may attach extra pages.
Record your answers and work.
Problem Number
Solution
1
Answer:
(a)
(b)
Justification for (a) and (b):
2
Answer:
(a)
(b)
Justification for (a) and (b):
3
Answer:
(a)
(b)
Justification for (a) and (b):
4
Answer:
(a)
(b)
5
Answer:
(a)
(b)
6
Answer:
(a)
(b)
7
Answer:
(a)
(b)
(c)
Work for (a) and (b):
8
Answer:
(a)
(b)
9
Answer:
(a)
(b)
10
Answer:
(a)
(b)
11
Answer:
(a)
(b)
12
Answer:
(a) n = , p = , and q = .
(b)
(c)
13
Answer:
(a)
(b)
14
Answer:
(a)
(b)
15
Answer:
(a)
(b)
16
Answer:
(a)
(b)
17
Answer:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
18
Answer:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
19
Answer:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
20
Answers:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
STAT 200: Introduction to Statistics
Final Examination, Fall 2019 OL1
1
STAT 200
OL1 Sections
Final Exam
Fall 2019
The final exam will be posted at 12:01 am on October 11, 2019, and
it is due at 11:59 pm on October 13, 2019 Eastern Time.
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials
for the current course as you work on the exam, and you may use a calculator,
applets, or Excel. You must complete the exam individually. Neither collaboration
nor consultation with others is allowed. It is a violation of the UMUC Academic
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Communication
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People
Value diversity at all levels
Accountability
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A.
( 7, –3 )
B.
( 6, –2 )
C.
( 2, –6 )
D.
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( –7, –2 )
Question 2
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No solution
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infinitely many solutions
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no solution
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No solution
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A.
x = 16, y = 0, z = 16, t = 0, u = 80, v = 21, w = 61, P = 180
B.
x = 0, y = 16, z = 0, t = 0, u = 80, v = 21, w = 61, P = 96
C.
x = 80, y = 16, z = 0, t = 0, u = 0, v = 21, w = 61, P = 68
D.
x = 80, y = 0, z = 0, t = 16, u = 80, v = 21, w = 61, P = 174
Question 10
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B.
C.
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y is not a linear function of x.
Question 11
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Question 12
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B.
C.
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No solution
Question 13
Find the slope of the line that passes through the given pair of points.
(2, 2) and (8, 5)
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Question 14
Find an equation of the line that passes through the points (1, 4) and ( -7, -4)
A.
y = 7x + 7
B.
y = x + 3
C.
y = 3x - 7
D.
y = 3x - 3
Question 15
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Question 16
Metro Department Store's annual sales (in millions of dollars) during 5 years were
Annual Sales, y
5.8
6.1
7.2
8.3
9
Year, x
1
2
3
4
5
Plot the annual sales (y) versus the year (x) and draw a straight line L through the points corresponding to the first and fifth years and derive an equation of the line L.
A.
B.
C.
Question 17
If the line passing through the points (2, a) and (5, - 3) is parallel to the line passing through the points (4, 8) and (- 5, a + 1) , what is the value of a?
A.
a = -8
B.
a = 4
C.
a = -4
D.
a = 8
Question 18
A.
The matrix is in row-reduced form.
B.
The matrix is not in row-reduced form.
Question 19
A.
( 0, 2 )
B.
( 8, 2 )
C.
( 4, –6 )
D.
( –2, 4 )
E.
( 4, –2 )
Question 20
A.
B.
C.
D.
Question 21
A.
B.
C.
D.
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Question 22
Find the constants m and b in the linear function f(x) = mx + b so that f(1) = 2 and the straight line represented by f has slope - 1.
A.
B.
C.
D.
Question 23
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Question 24
Determine whether the equation defines y as a linear function of x. If so, write .

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STAT 200 Introduction to Statistics Final Examination, Spri.docx

STAT 200: Introduction to Statistics
Final Examination, Spring 2019 OL3
Page 1 of 8
STAT 200
OL3 Sections
Final Exam
Spring 2019
The final exam will be posted at 12:01 am on April 19, 2019, and
it is due at 11:59 pm on April 21, 2019 Eastern Time.
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials
for the current course as you work on the exam, and you may use a calculator,
applets, or Excel. You must complete the exam individually. Neither collaboration
nor consultation with others is allowed. It is a violation of the UMUC Academic
Dishonesty and Plagiarism policy to use unauthorized materials or work from
others.
Answer all 20 questions. Make sure your answers are as complete as possible,
particularly when it asks for you to show your work. Answers that come straight
from calculators, programs or software packages without any explanation will not
be accepted. If you need to use technology (for example, Excel, online or hand-
held calculators, statistical packages) to aid in your calculation, you must cite the
sources and explain how you get the results. For example, state the Excel function
along with the required parameters when using Excel; describe the detailed steps
when using a hand-held calculator; or provide the URL and detailed steps when
using an online calculator, and so on.
Record your answers and work on the separate answer sheet provided.
This exam has 20 problems; 5% for each problems.
You must include the Honor Pledge on the title page of your submitted final exam.
Exams submitted without the Honor Pledge will not be accepted.
STAT 200: Introduction to Statistics
Final Examination, Spring 2019 OL3
Page 2 of 8
1. You wish to estimate the mean cholesterol levels of patients two days after they had a heart attack. To
estimate the mean, you collect data from 28 heart patients. Justify for full credit.
(a) Which of the followings is the sample?
(i) Mean cholesterol levels of 28 patients recovering from a heart attack suffered two
days ago
(ii) Cholesterol level of the person recovering from heart attack suffered two days ago
(iii) Set of all patients recovering from a heart attack suffered two days ago
(iv) Set of 28 patients recovering from a heart attack suffered two days ago
(b) Which of the followings is the variable?
(i) Mean cholesterol levels of 28 patients recovering from a heart attack suffered two
days ago
(ii) Cholesterol level of the person recovering from heart attack suffered two days ago
(iii) Set of all patients recovering from a heart attack suffered two days ago
(iv) Set of 28 patients recovering from a heart attack suffered two days ago
2. In order to collect data on the number of courses that your classmates take in this semester, you plan
on asking them: “How many UMUC courses are you taking in this semester? “Justify for full credit.
(a) Which type of d.

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2
Grade Sheet for Introduction to Social Research: Proposal
___________________________________
NAME
1. Presentation (10 pts.): The proposal was of professional quality and met the guidelines.
__ Length. abt. 25-30 pages No more than one double-space between paragraphs
__ Typed or printed Double-spaced
__ 10-12 pt. Font Indented paragraphs
__ Title page
__ Grade sheet attached
__________________
2. Description (60 points): Quality of the proposal.
a. The issue was addressed and analyzed in such a way that the reader could fully understand what the student proposed to do.
b. The proposal clearly identified each step in the research process.
c. The proposal clearly connected between the conceptualization and operationalization of the chosen research topic.
50-60 pts. = Excellent
40-49 pts. = Very Good
30-39 pts. = Good
20-29 pts. = Fair
0–19 pts. = Poor
_________________
3. Data collection instrument (20 points):
a. Quality of questions constructed.
b. Relevance of questions to the topic and measurements proposed.
c. The proposal demonstrated how the collected data will be utilized in data analysis to address the research questions.
17-20 pts. = Excellent
14-16 pts. = Very Good
11-13 pts. = Good
8-10 pts. = Fair
< 8 pts. = Poor
________________
4. Composition, Grammar, Spelling & Punctuation (10 points)
________________
Total Score ________________
Grade _________________
RESEARCH TOPIC PROPOSAL
1. TITLE:
2. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM:
3. PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES
4. LITERATURE REVIEW
5. HYPOTHESES:
6. DATA COLLECTION PROCEDURE
A. SAMPLE
B. SCHEDULE/QUESTIONNAIRE
C. MEHOD OF COLLECTION (e.g., interview, mailing, telephone survey etc.)
7. DATA ANALYSIS PLAN
8. EXPECTED OUTCOME(S)
STAT 200
1. The answers to the following questionnaire items are based upon what scale of measurement? (4 responses)
a) What is your height?
b) What is your weight?
c) What is your occupation?
d) How does this course compare with others you have taken?
(answers would be greater than, less than, equal to, etc.)
2. According to the table below, about what percentage of the flights had 19 or fewer empty seats?
a) 15%
b) about 29%
c) about 71%
d) cannot be determined
Number of empty seats
Frequency
0 up to 5
3
5 up to 10
8
10 up to 15
15
15 up to 20
18
20 up to 25
12
25 up to 30
6
3. Complete this frequency distribution.
Number of empty seats
F
RF
0 up to 5
3
5 up to 10
.03
10 up to 15
8
15 up to 20
.15
20 up to 25
18
Total
34
1
4. Ratio level data are the “lowest level” of measurement and the data must be mutually exclusive.
True
False
5. The midpoint of 0 up to 5 class is
a) 2
b) 4
c) 2.5
d) 0
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Month
Gross
Movies Tracked
1
February, 2009
796,343,640
161
2
February, 2010
745,693,066
173
3
February, 2008
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193
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Andreas Schleicher presents PISA 2022 Volume III - Creative Thinking - 18 Jun...

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- 1. DATA INTERPRETATION UGC NET PAPER 1 Unit 7
- 2. Sources, acquisition and classification of Data. Quantitative and Qualitative Data. Graphical representation (Bar-chart, Histograms, Pie-chart, Table-chart and Line-chart) and mapping of Data. Data Interpretation. Data and Governance.
- 3. Data Sources & acquisition Data can be defined as the quantitative or qualitative values of a variable. Data is plural of datum which literally means to give or something given. Data is thought to be the lowest unit of information from which other measurements and analysis can be done. Data can be numbers, images, words, figures, facts or ideas. Data in itself cannot be understood and to get information from the data one must interpret it into meaningful information. There are various methods of interpreting data.
- 5. Data Acquisition Survey Questionaire Interview Observation Published Sources Books Magazines Journal Electronic Journal/Magazines Websites/Blogs etc.
- 6. Content-based classification Context-based classification User-based classification There are three different approaches are the industry standard for data classification: Classification of data
- 7. Quantitative data are anything that can be expressed as a number, or quantified. Examples of quantitative data are scores on achievement tests, the number of hours of study, or weight of a subject. These data may be represented by ordinal, interval or ratio scales and lend themselves to most statistical manipulation. Qualitative data cannot be expressed as a number. Data that represent nominal scales such as gender, social economic status, religious preference are usually considered to be qualitative data.
- 10. Bar Chart
- 11. Histograms
- 13. Table Chart A table is a systematic arrangement of data into vertical columns and horizontal rows. The process of arranging data into rows and columns is called tabulation
- 14. Essentials of a Table 1. Title of the table 2. Captione 3. Box head 4. Stub head 5. Body of the table 6. Prefatory notes or head notes 7. Footnote: 8. Source not
- 15. Line Chart
- 16. Data Mapping Data mapping is the process of mapping data fields from a source file to their related target fields. The accessibility to required data can make some organization more successful. Somehow, data is easier to use when it can be visualized as well.
- 18. Study the following graph carefully and answer questions. It depicts profits earned by a company during various years. Profit earned in lakhs.
- 19. Q.1. What is the average profit earned by the company over the years? (a) 26 lakhs (b) 28 lakhs (c) 30 lakhs (d) 32 lakhs Ans: (c) Total profit earned over 5 years = (25 + 35 +22.5 + 30 + 37.5) = 150 lakhs Average profit = 150/5 = 30 lakhs
- 20. Q.2. If the expenditure of the company in 2009 was 28 lakhs, then what was the revenue of the company in that year? (a) 65.5 lakhs (b) 72.5 lakhs (c) 75 lakhs (d) None of the above Ans: (a) Revenue in 2009 = Profit + Expenditure = 65.5 lakhs
- 21. Q.3. What is the ratio of profit earned by the company in 2005 to the profit earned in 2009? (a) 1 : 3 (b) 2 : 3 (c) 3 : 5 (d) 1 : 2 Ans: (b) The required ratio = 25 : 37.5 = 2 : 3
- 22. Q.4. What is the approximate per cent increase in the profit of the company in 2008 in comparison to the previous year? (a) 28 (b) 30 (c) 36 (d) 40 Ans (b) Percentage increase = (30 - 23)/23 × 100 = 30.43 ~ 30%
- 23. Q.5. If the revenue of the company in 2007 was 45 lakhs, then what was the expenditure of the company in that year? (a) 20.5 lakhs (b) 22.5 lakhs (c) 24.5 lakhs (d) 25.5 lakhs Ans: (b) Expenditure in 2007 = 45 - 22.5 = 22.5 lakhs
- 24. Study the following pie charts carefully and answer questions. It consists of data on admission in graduate and postgraduate courses in different institutions.
- 25. What are the total admissions in College B for both graduate and postgraduate courses? 1. (a) 9600 (b) 9800 (c) 10,200 (d) 10,500 2. What is the difference between graduate and postgraduate courses in College A? (a) 1400 (b) 1600 (c) 1800 (d) 2000 3. By what percent are admissions in graduate courses higher than postgraduate courses in the case of College F? (a) 31.25 (b) 25.50 (c) 33.33 (d) 35.50 4. What is the difference between the highest admissions in graduate and the highest admissions in postgraduate courses in any combination of the colleges? (a) 1200 (b) 1500 (c) 1600 (d) 2000 5. By what percent are postgraduate admissions lower than graduate admissions in case of College D? (a) 45 (b) 55 (c) 70 (d) 80
- 26. Study the following bar graph carefully and answer question. It consists of data on students’ enrolment in different vocational courses in A, B, C, D and E institutes.
- 27. 1. What is the respective ratio of the total number of girls enrolled in painting in Institutes A and C together to those enrolled in stitching in Institutes D and E together? (a) 14 : 23 (b) 16 : 23 (c) 18 : 23 (d) 8 : 12 2. The number of girls enrolled in stitching in Institute B forms approximately what percent of the total number of girls enrolled in stitching in all the institutes put together? (a) 19 (b) 21 (c) 23 (d) 25
- 28. 3. What is the respective ratio of the total number of girls enrolled in painting and stitching from all the institutes put together? (a) 11 : 12 (b) 12 : 11 (c) 11 : 14 (d) 12 : 17 4. The number of girls enrolled in dancing in Institute A forms what per cent of the total number of girls enrolled in all the vocational courses together in that institute? (a) 20.7 (b) 25.5 (c) 28.2 (d) 29.5 5. What is the total number of girls enrolled in painting from all the institutes together? (a) 1050 (b) 1100 (c) 1150 (d) 1200
- 29. Thank You