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Topic: [ap-stat] Homework
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David Bee

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Re:[ap-stat] Homework
Posted: Aug 6, 2012 10:20 AM
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Corey, Dennis, and Others:

Dennis writes in response to Corey:

I wonder if the concept of homework exists at the college/university level?

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Well, as a longtime adjunct at a local college, the first thing the
students (should) do upon entering the room is copy the homework.

For example, today begins the last week of Summer Session II, and
today's homework is:

Homework#19: 1. Read Section 11-3 [on Contingency-Table Tests]
2. Do 11-3/1-9(2),17,23
3. Read Section 11-4 [on McNemar's Test]
- Final Exam Next Monday

[Of course today's lesson/lecture is on Tests of Independence and
Homogeneity and tomorrow's on McNemar's Test for Matched Pairs.]

There, Dennis!...;^)


-- David Bee




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