## STAT 303, 503-504, Spring 1996 Prof. H. Joseph Newton Outline of Lecture 13

1. Relative frequency and probability concept lab

2. The sampling with and without replacement concept lab (under sampling from 0-1 population concept lab)

3. Finding binomial probabilities:

• ` Calculator -> Statistical tables -> Binomial ` gives a dialog box where you can enter ` n, pi, and k` for which stataquest will find P(X=k), P(X<=k), and P(X>=k).

4. Finding probabilities and quantiles for standard normal:

• ` Calculator -> Statistical tables -> Normal ` gives a dialog box where you can enter ` z ` for which stataquest will find P(Z<=z), P(Z>=z), and 2P(Z<=|z|). Note what stataquest calls this last probability

• ` Calculator -> Inverse statistical tables -> Normal ` gives a dialog box where you can enter `p` for which stataquest will find a z so that P(Z<=z)=p, that is, the 100pth percentile of the Z distribution.

5. Finding probabilities for general normal distributions

6. Central limit theorem concept lab

7. Finding probabilities for sample means

8. Normal approximation to binomial concept lab (under sampling from 0-1 population concept lab)