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Formula Sheet

Descriptive Statistics

x

n

x x

n 1

Probability

x = number of occurrences

n = total number of outcomes

P A

x

n

PA 1 P A

P AorB P A PB P AandB

P AandB P A PB

* Note: The probability for P(AandB) is figured differently when using a contingency table.

Normal Probabilities

observation mean

s.d .

Sampling Distribution for the Mean

x

x

p p

p1 p

n

MOE

1

n

MOE

Z* 1

2 n

x Z *

n

Confidence Interval for the Proportion

Z* 1

2 n

t.s.

x 0

t.s.

x

n

p p 0

p 0 1 p0

n

StatCrunch Instructions

Pie Chart

Select Graph > Pie Chart > with data. Under Select Column(s), choose the desired variable name. In the

Other if percent less than (optional): box, enter 5. Click Compute.

Bar Chart

Select Graph > Bar Plot > with data. Under Select Column(s), choose the desired variable name. Click

Compute.

Stem & Leaf Plot

Select Graph > Stem-and Leaf. Under Select Column(s), choose the desired variable name. Click

Compute.

Histogram

Select Graph > Histogram. Under Select Column(s) choose the desired variable name. Click Compute.

Frequency Table

Select Stat > Tables > Frequency. Under Select Column(s), choose the desired variable name. Click

Compute.

Descriptive Statistics

Select Stat > Summary Stats > Columns. Under Select Column(s), choose the desired variable name(s).

Hold the CTRL key down to select multiple variable names. Click Compute.

Correlation

Select Stat > Summary Stats > Correlation. Under Select Column(s) choose the desired variable name(s).

Hold the Ctrl key down to select multiple variable names. Click Compute.

Regression

Select Stat > Regression > Simple Linear. For the X variable: choose the explanatory variable, and for

the Y variable: choose the response variable. Click Compute.

Contingency Table

Select Stat > Tables > Contingency > With Data. Select Row variable: and Column variable:. Click

Compute.

Frequency Distribution

Select Stat > Tables > Frequency. Under Select column(s): choose the variables you wish to include. To

select several variables, hold down shift and click on the first and last variable. This will select all of the

variables of interest which will appear in the box to the right. Click Compute.

Standard Normal Probabilities

Select Stat > Calculators > Normal. In the textbox for Mean: you should see 0 and for Std. Dev.: a 1. In

the dropdown box for P(X), select or , depending on the type of probability we want. Enter the zscore in the first textbox and click Compute.

Normal Probabilities

Select Stat > Calculators > Normal. In the textbox for Mean: and Std. Dev.:, you will type the given mean

and standard deviation values. In the dropdown box for P(X), select or , depending on the type of

probability we want. Enter the observation value in the first textbox and click Compute.

Finding Observations Based on Normal Probabilities or Percentages

Select Stat > Calculators > Normal. In the textbox for Mean: and Std. Dev.:, you will type the given

mean and standard deviation values. Type the decimal value of the probability or percentage in the

second textbox and click Compute.

Selecting a Simple Random Sample (SRS)

Select StatCrunch > Applets > Random Numbers. Type in the minimum and maximum values you will

sample from. Enter the number of values you need in the sample. Check the box to allow repeats, if

you need to sample with replacement, and click Compute.

Confidence Intervals for the Mean

Select Stat > Z Statistics > One Sample > With Summary. Enter the sample mean, standard deviation,

and sample size. Click Next. Click on the Confidence Interval option and for Level: enter the correct

confidence level. Click Compute.

Select Stat > Z Statistics > One Sample > With Data. Under Select column(s): select the desired variable

name. Click Next. Click on the Confidence Interval option and for Level: enter the correct confidence

level. Click Compute.

Confidence Intervals for the Proportion

Select Stat > Proportions > One Sample > With Summary. Enter the number of successes and number

of observations. Click Next. Click on the Confidence Interval option and for Level: enter the correct

confidence level. Click Compute.

Select Stat > Z Statistics > One Sample > With Summary. Enter the sample mean, standard deviation,

and sample size. Click Next. Click on the Hypothesis Test option and enter the value of the mean being

tested. Select the correct alternative hypothesis sign. Click Compute.

Select Stat > Z Statistics > One Sample > With Data. Under Select column(s): select the desired variable

name. Click Next. Click on the Hypothesis Test option and enter the value of the mean being tested.

Select the correct alternative hypothesis sign. Click Compute.

Hypothesis Tests for the Proportion

Select Stat > Proportions > One Sample > With Summary. Enter the number of successes and number

of observations. Click Next. Click on the Hypothesis Test option and enter the value of the proportion

being tested. Select the correct alternative hypothesis sign. Click Compute.

Normal Probability Table

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