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(Solution) IE 3301 Fall 2015 PROJECT PART I Due Monday, November 16 Students will complete 2 parts to each of the two projects for the semester. Each part is...


I need help on a probability and statistics for engineers and scientists project part 1 (3301) for tomorrow as I'm not feeling very confident in it and my grade so far in the class of all classes I'm currently taking1

 

IE 3301

 

Fall 2015

 

PROJECT PART I

 

Due Monday, November 16

 

Students will complete 2 parts to each of the

 

two projects

 

for the semester.

 

Each part is worth

 

7.5% of your semester grade. The overall aim of the projects is to allow students to apply some

 

of the important concepts learnt in IE 3301 to the analysis of real world data. The specific

 

objectives are:

 

?

 

To sample two data sets from real world occurrences of events

 

?

 

To summarize the data statistically

 

?

 

To perform statistical tests of hypotheses on the data

 

In each project, you will use real world data of events and analyze them according to the

 

instructions below.

 

You will submit your written work in two parts. The first part is essentially

 

the summary of the data gathered. The second part is the statistical tests of hypotheses. You may

 

consult me in class or during my office hours to ensure the relevance, quality and accuracy of

 

your data.

 

20% of the grade will be for the quality of your presentation (order, neatness, symbols, etc.) and

 

80 % for accuracy in your statistical analyses.

 

Project 1. GOODNESS OF FIT TEST FOR A NORMAL DISTRIBUTION

 

Part 1:

 

Take a large number of observations (at least 100) for a

 

continuous

 

variable from a population

 

that is suspected to be normally distributed. For example, the body weights of people, the

 

circumferences of oranges, the high temperature of a city for 100 consecutive days, the extension

 

length of rubber bands at the point at which they burst, etc.

 

First submission of report:

 

Cover page: course; name of the project; your name; date

 

Page 1: (

 

i

 

) The definition of your variable (X)

 

(

 

ii

 

) The source of your data (i.e., how you obtained the data)

 

(

 

iii

 

) List the values of the variable, X, in about 10 columns

 

(

 

iv

 

) Compute the mean and standard deviation of X and show your formulas.

 

Page 2: Construct a frequency table for X – about 2/3 page in size.

 

Page 3: Construct a frequency histogram – about 2/3 page in size.

 

Page 4: Determine the quartiles of X and construct a Box plot – about 2/3 page in size.

 

Project 2. GOODNESS OF FIT TEST FOR AN EXPONENTIAL DISTRIBUTION

 

Part 1:

 

Record the instance of occurrences of an event for 100 or more occurrences. For example, the

 

time of arrival (to the nearest second) of people at a checkout point in a supermarket. Determine

 

the

 

interval between occurrences (X)

 

– e.g. the inter-arrival times at the check-out center -- by

 

taking the difference between successive arrival times.

 


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