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Course Outline Statistical Inference STA 404 U&X Fall 2013

Course Outline Statistical Inference STA 404 U&X Fall 2013

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College of Computer Science and Information System (CCSIS

Course Code: STA-404-U&X Course Title: Statistical Inference








Instructor Name: Sheikh Muhammad Ali Meeting Hours: Sunday: 1:00 – 2:00 Semester: Fall- 2013 Email: s.m.ali@iobm.edu.pk

Prerequisite: Statistics &Mathematics (STA403)
Class Hours: 04:15 pm – 07:15 pm

Course Objective: A systematic exposure on the issues and problems of applying and Interpreting statistical analysis of business situations, The course will focus on statistical methods used for taking effective business decision.

Text Book(s):

INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS by NEIL a. WEISS (Fourth Edition) siness Statistics by Examples by Terry Sincich(Fifth Edition)

Grading Policy:
First Midterm Second Midterm Final: Assignment + Journal Quizzes Project Attendance: Total:

Expected Date / Week
6th week 11th week 16th week

15% 15% 40% 10% 10% 10% 100%

Assignments ( minimum 2)
Quizzes ( minimum 3) After 2nd Hourly Institutes policy


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4. No make up quiz. and hypotheses Large-Sample Hypotheses Test for One Population Mean Hypotheses Test for One Population Mean Large-Sample Inferences for Two Population Mean Using Independent Samples Inferences for the Means of Two Normal Population Using Independent Samples Inferences for the Means of Two Normal Population Using Independent Samples Inferences for two Population Mean Using Paired Samples Inferences for the proportion of one population and two Population The Chi-Square Distribution Chi-Square Goodness-of-Fit Test Chi-Square Independence Test Second Hourly 8 9 10 11 12 Inferences for the slope of the Population Regression Line Inferences in Correlation 13 Multiple regression and Model building. participative and interactive in the class. Instructor has the right to take any suitable action against a student for not maintaining discipline and congenial learning environment in the class. Attendance will be taken during the first five minutes. late comers will not be allowed in the class.. More than two consecutive absences should be supported by a written explanation with suitable proof. mid terms and final exam. 6. 2. Quizzes. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) 14 15 One Way ANOVA Final Exam ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 1. must not be missed.1 The Standard Normal Curve Normal Curves Normally Distributed Populations Normally Distributed Random Variables Normal Probability Plots The Normal Approximation to the Binomial Distribution Sampling Theory Sampling Error: the Need for Sampling Distribution The Mean and Standard Deviation of x The Sampling Distribution of the Mean Estimating a Population Mean Large-Sample Confidence Intervals for One Population Mean Sample-Size Consideration Confidence Intervals for One Normal Population Mean 2 3 4 5 Confidence Interval for difference of two population means 6 7 First Hourly The Nature of Hypothesis Testing Terms. 5. Students are expected to be attentive. . mid term or final examination will be given for any reason. 3. Errors.

C. C. The Chi Square Distribution: Introduction.d. Pearson’s Chi square test forGoodness of Fit. 5. Non normal populations. Sampling with replacement. C.College of Computer Science and Information System (CCSIS) Course Code: STA 404. with unknown s. Estimation by Confidence Interval. PointEstimation. Estimation: Introduction. + Revision + Practical-3 11. C. Instructor Name: Sheikh Muhammad Ali Course Title: Statistical Inference Email: s.Both the populations are non normalin which case both sample sizes are necessarily large 13. Sampling Distribution of difference between means 3.pk Prerequisite: STA-403-Statistics and Mathematics Semester: Fall-2012 S.I for difference of meansNormal population with known standard deviation. Advance Problem 4. Properties of the chisquare distribution 14. Null and Alternative Hypothesis. Testing Hypothesis about Mean ofa Normal Population when Population Variance is known. Testing Hypothesis about difference of means of Two normalpopulations when Population Variance 1 = Population Variance 2 ... Type. Normal Population with population standard deviationknown. C.ali@iobm. 18. 16. Advantages of sampling. C. Sampling: Introduction. One andTwo tailed tests 9. Interpretation of a C. 6. Student’s t-Distribution: Properties of t-distribution. The significance level. Testing Hypothesis aboutVariance of a Normal population. Test based on Chi Square distribution.d.IEstimate of mean from small sample. Test of significance. Non normal population with known or unknown population standarddeviation.edu.I Estimate of apopulation Mean.I error. Simple andcomposite hypothesis.I of population variancefrom several sample variances 15.Distribution of Difference of Sample Means: Small Samples. Testing Hypothesis of independence in contingency tables.m. Testing Hypotheses about difference between two population meansWith Known s. Acceptance and Rejection Regions. Normal Population withpopulation standard deviation unknown.I Estimate ofpopulation variance from a sample variance. Advance Problems 7. TestingHypothesis about mean of a normal population when Population varianceis known and n > 30 10. Sampling distribution. 17.No Course to be taught 1. Samplesize for estimating population mean 8. Testing Hypothesis about Mean of aNormal Population when Population variance is unknown and n<30. 1st Mid-Term 12. Hypothesis testing.I estimate of variance of a normal population. Normal Population with unknown s.Type-II error. Testing Hypothesis about Mean of a non normal population whensample size is large. Sampling without replacement.I. 2. Test based on normal distribution. Estimates and Estimators.d.

Overall Review 29. Overall Review 28.I for the variance Ratio. Properties. The Analysis of Variance: Introduction One way classification 26. C. Final Examination . Testing Hypothesis about difference of mean of two NormalPopulation when σ1≠σ2 and unknown 20. The F-Distribution: Introduction. Final Examination 30. 2nd Mid-Term 22. Revision 21.19. Testing hypothesis about the equality of two variances 25. Testing Hypothesis about two means with paired observations. 24. ANOVA (Two way classification) 27. 23.

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