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  • Q : Problem on consumers marginal utility

    Consider a consumer with probability p of becoming sick.  Let Is be the consumer’s income if he becomes sick, and let Ins be his income if he does not become sick, with Is < Ins.


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    Suppose we have a stick of length L. We break it once at some point X _

    Q : Statistics A nurse practitioner working

    A nurse practitioner working in a dermatology clinic is studying the efficacy of tretinoin in treating women’s post partum abdominal stretch marks. From a sample of 15 women, the mean reduction of stretch mark score is -0.33 with a sample standard deviation of 2.46. Describe what happens to the c

  • Q : Calculate corresponding t value or s

    1)    Construct a 99% confidence interval for the population mean µ.  

    2)    At what significance level do the data provide good evidence that the average body temperature is

  • Q : Problem related to playing cards Cards

    Cards are randomly drawn one at the time and with replacement from a standard deck of 52 playing cards.

    (a) Find the probability of getting the fourth spades on the 10th draw.

    (b) Determine the

  • Q : Probability of winning game Monte Carlo

    Monte Carlo Simulation for Determining Probabilities 1. Determining the probability of winning at the game of craps is difficult to solve analytically. We will assume you are playing the `Pass Line.'  So here is how the game is played: The shooter rolls a pair of

  • Q : Analysing the Probabilities 1. In the

    1. In the waning seconds of Superbowl XLVII, the Baltimore Ravens elected to take a safety rather than punt the ball. A sports statistician wishes to analyze the effect this decision had on the probability of winning the game.

    (a) Which two of the following probabilities would most help t

  • Q : Bayesian Point Estimation What are the

    What are the Bayesian Point of estimation and what are the process of inference in Bayesian statistics?

  • Q : MANOVA and Reflection Activity 10:

    Activity 10: MANOVA and Reflection 4Comparison of Multiple Outcome Variables This activity introduces you to a very common technique - MANOVA. MANOVA is simply an extension of an ANOVA and allows for the comparison of multiple outcome variables (again, a very common situation in research a

  • Q : True and False Statement Discuss the

    Discuss the following statements and explain why they are true or false:

    a)      Increasing the number of predictor variables will never decrease the R2

    b)      Multicollinearity affects the int

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