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STATISTICS FOR DECISION MAKING

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QNT 275 Week 1 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 1

Read Section 1.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Define the meaning of statistics.

Explain types of statistics.

Read Section 1.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Describe differences between quantitative and qualitative data.

Explain the meaning of an element, variable, observation and a data set.

Read Section 1.3 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand how to organize data.

Identify levels of measurement.

Calculate count and percent of variables in your data.

Read Section 1.5 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What is the difference between a population and sample?

QNT 275 Week 1 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 2

Select any type of quantitative dataset and choose a graphical display for that data. Then describe how your chosen graphical display is superior over another graphical display you did not choose.

QNT 275 Week 1 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 3

Read Section 3.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Describe a typical value.

Calculate and understand the mean.

Read Section 3.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Explain variation among the values of observations.

Read Section 3.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Discuss Chebyshev’s theorem as a use of the standard deviation.

Discuss the empirical rule as a use of the standard deviation.

Read Section 3.5 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand the measures of a quartile.

Define the kth percentile.

Read Section 3.6 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Explain measures used to construct a box-and-whisker plot.

QNT 275 Week 1 participation University of Phoenix Learning Teams: Why We Have Them

Watch the “University of Phoenix Learning Teams: Why We Have Them” video

QNT 275 Week 1 participation Week 1 Most Challenging Concepts

Recall the readings and activities you have completed this week and describe the one or two points that were least clear to you. What questions do you have that would help you understand these points better?

QNT 275 Week 2 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 4

Read Section 4.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand the difference between discrete and continuous variables

Read Section 4.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What is the minimum and maximum range for a probability outcome?

The sum of all probabilities equals 1.

Read Section 4.3 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand a mutually exclusive event.

Identifyindependent and dependent events.

QNT 275 Week 2 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 5

Read Section 5.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What characteristics are important to process when considering a random sample?

Read Section 5.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Describe how probabilities are distributed over all possible values of x.

Read Section 5.3 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

How to interpret results for a discrete random variable.

Read Section 5.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand what type of random variable is needed for a binomial distribution.

QNT 275 Week 2 participation Random Samples

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics Foundations: 2” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 2:

Random Samples

Consider the following as you watch:

What characteristics are important to process when considering a random sample?

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 2 participation Alternative to Random Samples

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics Foundations: 2” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 2:

Alternative to Random Samples

Consider the following as you watch:

How can you reduce sample bias?

How would you select groups?

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 2 participation Learning Team Charter for Collaborative Learning Activities

Complete the Learning Team Charter for Collaborative Learning Activities with your Learning Team.

QNT 275 Week 3 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 6

Read Section 6.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What are two characteristics of a continuous probability distribution function?

Read Section 6.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

How do you convert a normal distribution to a standard normal distribution?

Read Section 6.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Practice using the z-table to review areas under the curve.

QNT 275 Week 3 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 7

Read Section 7.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Describe a probability distribution.

QNT 275 Week 3 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 12

Read Section 12.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand to test the null hypothesis.

Read Section 12.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

How many groups are used for comparisons?

State your alternative hypothesis.

QNT 275 Week 3 participation What Is a Confidence Interval?

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics Foundations: 2” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 4:

What Is a Confidence Interval?

Consider the following as you watch:

How do you calculate the mean and error of a sampling distribution?

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 3 participation Week 3 Most Challenging Concepts

Recall the readings and activities you have completed this week and describe the one or two points that were least clear to you. What questions do you have that would help you understand these points better?

QNT 275 Week 4 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 8

Read Section 8.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Define inferential statistics.

Describe two types of estimates.

How to calculate confidence intervals.

Read Section 8.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

How to construct a confidence interval for the population about the mean and a known σ.

Read Section 8.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

When making conclusions based on the types of confidence intervals what you have learned?

QNT 275 Week 4 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 9

Read Section 9.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Why perform hypothesis tests?

Read Section 9.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

List three conditions to perform a test for a population mean with a known mean µ and standard deviation σ.

Read Section 9.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand sampling techniques.

Interpret statistical results.

QNT 275 Week 4 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 10

Read Section 10.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Identify population or sample.

Is your sample dependent?

Calculate your test statistic.

Read Section 10.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Identify test distribution based on sample size.

Is your sample dependent?

Determine if standard deviations are equal.

QNT 275 Week 4 participation How to Test a Hypothesis in Four Steps

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title ” Statistics Foundations: 2″ in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 5:

How to Test a Hypothesis in Four Steps

Consider the following as you watch:

List four steps to test a hypothesis.

Identify how to state an alternative hypothesis.

What are different types of errors are produced from hypothesis testing? Explain.

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 4 participation Week 4 Most Challenging Concepts

Recall the readings and activities you have completed this week and describe the one or two points that were least clear to you. What questions do you have that would help you understand these points better?

QNT 275 Week 5 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 11

Read Section 11.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Describe the shape of the distribution.

Understand how to calculate degrees of freedom.

What is the parameter of the distribution?

Interpret the p-value.

Read Section 11.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What is a Goodness-of-Fit test?

Define an observed frequency.

Define an expected frequency.

QNT 275 Week 5 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 13

Read Section 13.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What type of variables are used in a linear regression equation?

How many variables does a simple linear regression have?

What is the difference between linear and nonlinear regression lines?

Read Section 13.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand the strength of association between variables.

Range of correlation coefficient.

Interpret the sign of a correlation confident.

QNT 275 Week 5 participation Two-Factor ANOVA

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics with Excel Part One” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 19:

Two-Factor ANOVA

Consider the following as you watch:

Discover how to perform a two factor hypothesis test with Microsoft® Excel®.

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 5 participation Regression Line Overview

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics with Excel Part One” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 20:

Regression Line Overview

Consider the following as you watch:

How can you use Microsoft® Excel® to create a regression line?

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 5 participation Introduction to ANOVA and Linear Regression Code

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Descriptive Healthcare Analytics in R” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 6:

Introduction to ANOVA and Linear Regression Code

Consider the following as you watch:

Demonstrate what Microsoft® Excel® statistical tools are needed to produce a linear regression and ANOVA models.

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

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The Latest Version A+ Study Guide

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QNT 275 All Participations Link

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QNT 275 Week 1 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 1

Read Section 1.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Define the meaning of statistics.

Explain types of statistics.

Read Section 1.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Describe differences between quantitative and qualitative data.

Explain the meaning of an element, variable, observation and a data set.

Read Section 1.3 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand how to organize data.

Identify levels of measurement.

Calculate count and percent of variables in your data.

Read Section 1.5 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What is the difference between a population and sample?

QNT 275 Week 1 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 2

Select any type of quantitative dataset and choose a graphical display for that data. Then describe how your chosen graphical display is superior over another graphical display you did not choose.

QNT 275 Week 1 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 3

Read Section 3.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Describe a typical value.

Calculate and understand the mean.

Read Section 3.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Explain variation among the values of observations.

Read Section 3.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Discuss Chebyshev’s theorem as a use of the standard deviation.

Discuss the empirical rule as a use of the standard deviation.

Read Section 3.5 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand the measures of a quartile.

Define the kth percentile.

Read Section 3.6 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Explain measures used to construct a box-and-whisker plot.

QNT 275 Week 1 participation University of Phoenix Learning Teams: Why We Have Them

Watch the “University of Phoenix Learning Teams: Why We Have Them” video

QNT 275 Week 1 participation Week 1 Most Challenging Concepts

Recall the readings and activities you have completed this week and describe the one or two points that were least clear to you. What questions do you have that would help you understand these points better?

QNT 275 Week 2 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 4

Read Section 4.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand the difference between discrete and continuous variables

Read Section 4.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What is the minimum and maximum range for a probability outcome?

The sum of all probabilities equals 1.

Read Section 4.3 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand a mutually exclusive event.

Identifyindependent and dependent events.

QNT 275 Week 2 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 5

Read Section 5.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What characteristics are important to process when considering a random sample?

Read Section 5.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Describe how probabilities are distributed over all possible values of x.

Read Section 5.3 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

How to interpret results for a discrete random variable.

Read Section 5.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand what type of random variable is needed for a binomial distribution.

QNT 275 Week 2 participation Random Samples

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics Foundations: 2” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 2:

Random Samples

Consider the following as you watch:

What characteristics are important to process when considering a random sample?

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 2 participation Alternative to Random Samples

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics Foundations: 2” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 2:

Alternative to Random Samples

Consider the following as you watch:

How can you reduce sample bias?

How would you select groups?

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 2 participation Learning Team Charter for Collaborative Learning Activities

Complete the Learning Team Charter for Collaborative Learning Activities with your Learning Team.

QNT 275 Week 3 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 6

Read Section 6.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What are two characteristics of a continuous probability distribution function?

Read Section 6.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

How do you convert a normal distribution to a standard normal distribution?

Read Section 6.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Practice using the z-table to review areas under the curve.

QNT 275 Week 3 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 7

Read Section 7.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Describe a probability distribution.

QNT 275 Week 3 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 12

Read Section 12.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand to test the null hypothesis.

Read Section 12.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

How many groups are used for comparisons?

State your alternative hypothesis.

QNT 275 Week 3 participation What Is a Confidence Interval?

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics Foundations: 2” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 4:

What Is a Confidence Interval?

Consider the following as you watch:

How do you calculate the mean and error of a sampling distribution?

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 3 participation Week 3 Most Challenging Concepts

Recall the readings and activities you have completed this week and describe the one or two points that were least clear to you. What questions do you have that would help you understand these points better?

QNT 275 Week 4 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 8

Read Section 8.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Define inferential statistics.

Describe two types of estimates.

How to calculate confidence intervals.

Read Section 8.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

How to construct a confidence interval for the population about the mean and a known σ.

Read Section 8.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

When making conclusions based on the types of confidence intervals what you have learned?

QNT 275 Week 4 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 9

Read Section 9.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Why perform hypothesis tests?

Read Section 9.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

List three conditions to perform a test for a population mean with a known mean µ and standard deviation σ.

Read Section 9.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand sampling techniques.

Interpret statistical results.

QNT 275 Week 4 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 10

Read Section 10.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Identify population or sample.

Is your sample dependent?

Calculate your test statistic.

Read Section 10.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Identify test distribution based on sample size.

Is your sample dependent?

Determine if standard deviations are equal.

QNT 275 Week 4 participation How to Test a Hypothesis in Four Steps

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title ” Statistics Foundations: 2″ in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 5:

How to Test a Hypothesis in Four Steps

Consider the following as you watch:

List four steps to test a hypothesis.

Identify how to state an alternative hypothesis.

What are different types of errors are produced from hypothesis testing? Explain.

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 4 participation Week 4 Most Challenging Concepts

Recall the readings and activities you have completed this week and describe the one or two points that were least clear to you. What questions do you have that would help you understand these points better?

QNT 275 Week 5 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 11

Read Section 11.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Describe the shape of the distribution.

Understand how to calculate degrees of freedom.

What is the parameter of the distribution?

Interpret the p-value.

Read Section 11.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What is a Goodness-of-Fit test?

Define an observed frequency.

Define an expected frequency.

QNT 275 Week 5 participation Introductory Statistics, Ch. 13

Read Section 13.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

What type of variables are used in a linear regression equation?

How many variables does a simple linear regression have?

What is the difference between linear and nonlinear regression lines?

Read Section 13.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

Understand the strength of association between variables.

Range of correlation coefficient.

Interpret the sign of a correlation confident.

QNT 275 Week 5 participation Two-Factor ANOVA

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics with Excel Part One” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 19:

Two-Factor ANOVA

Consider the following as you watch:

Discover how to perform a two factor hypothesis test with Microsoft® Excel®.

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 5 participation Regression Line Overview

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics with Excel Part One” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 20:

Regression Line Overview

Consider the following as you watch:

How can you use Microsoft® Excel® to create a regression line?

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

QNT 275 Week 5 participation Introduction to ANOVA and Linear Regression Code

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Descriptive Healthcare Analytics in R” in the Search Bar to find the video.

Watch the following tutorials from Section 6:

Introduction to ANOVA and Linear Regression Code

Consider the following as you watch:

Demonstrate what Microsoft® Excel® statistical tools are needed to produce a linear regression and ANOVA models.

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

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