# Worksheets- Introductory Statistics

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- 1329

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The LibreTexts worksheets are documents with questions or exercises for students to complete and record answers and are intended to help a student become proficient in a particular skill that was taught to them in class.

- 1.1.1: Central Limit Theorem- Cookie Recipes (Worksheet)
- The student will demonstrate and compare properties of the central limit theorem.

- 1.1.2: Central Limit Theorem- Pocket Change (Worksheet)
- The student will demonstrate and compare properties of the central limit theorem.

- 1.1.3: Chi-Square - Goodness-of-Fit (Worksheet)
- The student will evaluate data collected to determine if they fit either the uniform or exponential distributions.

- 1.1.4: Chi-Square - Test of Independence (Worksheet)
- The student will evaluate if there is a significant relationship between favorite type of snack and gender.

- 1.1.5: Confidence Interval- Home Costs (Worksheet)
- The student will calculate the 90% confidence interval for the mean cost of a home in the area in which this school is located. The student will interpret confidence intervals. The student will determine the effects of changing conditions on the confidence interval.

- 1.1.6: Confidence Interval- Place of Birth (Worksheet)
- The student will calculate the 90% confidence interval for the mean cost of a home in the area in which this school is located. The student will interpret confidence intervals. The student will determine the effects of changing conditions on the confidence interval.

- 1.1.7: Confidence Interval- Women's Heights (Worksheet)
- The student will calculate a 90% confidence interval using the given data. The student will determine the relationship between the confidence level and the percentage of constructed intervals that contain the population mean.

- 1.1.8: Continuous Distribution (Worksheet)
- The student will calculate a 90% confidence interval using the given data. The student will determine the relationship between the confidence level and the percentage of constructed intervals that contain the population mean.

- 1.1.9: Data Collection Experiment (Worksheet)
- The student will demonstrate the systematic sampling technique. The student will construct relative frequency tables. The student will interpret results and their differences from different data groupings.

- 1.1.10: Descriptive Statistics (Worksheet)
- The student will construct a histogram and a box plot. The student will calculate univariate statistics. The student will examine the graphs to interpret what the data implies.

- 1.1.11: Discrete Distribution- Lucky Dice Experiment (Worksheet)
- The student will construct a histogram and a box plot. The student will calculate univariate statistics. The student will examine the graphs to interpret what the data implies.

- 1.1.12: Discrete Distribution- Playing Card Experiment (Worksheet)
- The student will compare empirical data and a theoretical distribution to determine if an everyday experiment fits a discrete distribution. The student will demonstrate an understanding of long-term probabilities.

- 1.1.13: Hypothesis Testing for Two Means and Two Proportions (Worksheet)
- The student will select the appropriate distributions to use in each case. The student will conduct hypothesis tests and interpret the results.

- 1.1.14: Hypothesis Testing of a Single Mean and Single Proportion (Worksheet)
- A statistics Worksheet: The student will select the appropriate distributions to use in each case. The student will conduct hypothesis tests and interpret the results.

- 1.1.15: Normal Distribution- Lap Times (Worksheet)
- The student will compare and contrast empirical data and a theoretical distribution to determine if Terry Vogel's lap times fit a continuous distribution.

- 1.1.16: Normal Distribution- Pinkie Length (Worksheet)
- The student will compare empirical data and a theoretical distribution to determine if data from the experiment follow a continuous distribution.

- 1.1.17: One-Way ANOVA (Worksheet)
- The student will conduct a simple one-way ANOVA test involving three variables

- 1.1.18: Probability Topics (Worksheet)
- The student will use theoretical and empirical methods to estimate probabilities. The student will appraise the differences between the two estimates. The student will demonstrate an understanding of long-term relative frequencies.

- 1.1.19: Regression- Distance from School (Worksheet)
- The student will calculate and construct the line of best fit between two variables. The student will evaluate the relationship between two variables to determine if that relationship is significant.

- 1.1.20: Regression- Fuel Efficiency (Worksheet)
- The student will calculate and construct the line of best fit between two variables. The student will evaluate the relationship between two variables to determine if that relationship is significant.

- 1.1.21: Regression- Textbook Costs (Worksheet)
- The student will calculate and construct the line of best fit between two variables. The student will evaluate the relationship between two variables to determine if that relationship is significant.

- 1.1.22: Sampling Experiment (Worksheet)
- The student will demonstrate the simple random, systematic, stratified, and cluster sampling techniques. The student will explain the details of each procedure used.