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We have learned about tree diagrams and venn diagrams. Explain in your own words what each of these are and how they are helpful when calculating probability. Then post a problem that your classmates can solve using one of these two methods and respond to one of their questions as well.

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Describe in your own words what standard deviation is and what it
can tell you about data. As a nurse how might you use the standard
deviation to better help your patients? Remember to respond to
yours classmates as well.

Pick one of the following topics (or choose one of your own) and
explain what you learned about it this week. Please be very
specific. This should be in your own words, with information
properly cited. Please see the directions above as well.
1. Mitosis and Meiosis
2. Cell Cycle and Cancer
3. Abnormal Chromosomal Inheritance
4. Patterns of Inheritance
150 WORDS

The Company is NIKE, INC.
Over the past seven weeks, we have explored the foundational
concepts and principles of microeconomics, and we have applied them
to the world around us. Take this time to share what you have
learned with your classmates. In your initial post, respond to the
following: Choose one microeconomic concept applied in your final
project. Explain your findings and the implications to your chosen
firm's sustainability. Using the same microeconomic concept chosen
above, explain how it...

Conduct a field observation of your own and or your classmates
Plan a response to each member of the class. Reflect on something
that someone within the cohort did that made a difference. Each
member will share something helpful/encouraging/positive that
someone else brought to the group (something positive for each
student). Examine your expectations before conducting this
observation. Before you post your thoughts, record what you think
will happen. Identify your feelings before, during, and after your
share your thoughts...

In Chapter 7 of Devore, we learned about two-sided confidence
intervals as well as one-sided confidence bounds. In this unit’s
Chapter 8 reading, we’re learning about the various forms that Null
and Alternative hypotheses can take, and how they can be viewed as
relating to each other.
Describe your intuitive sense of how the ways we
discussed confidence intervals and bounds will be helpful when
testing hypotheses of the types and relationships covered in the
text. Discuss how you are...

Explain in your own words the politics-administration dichotomy.
Describe what you can infer about the dichotomy (ideas of practice
vs. theory). Give examples to support the argument of your
side/position.

Using your own words, what does it mean if we fail to reject the
null hypothesis? What if we reject the null hypothesis? What does
that mean? The key to answering this discussion posting is to use
your own words to describe what it means to reject or fail to
reject the null hypothesis. Don't use the terms in the textbook or
online presentation. Using an example you personally create may
help explain the difference. Thank you for your help.

Explain in your own words what these terms mean, and what they
tell you about a numerical data set. Use complete sentences.
• First quartile
• Median
• 40th percentile
• Interquartile range • Outlier
• Mean

During this week's reading we encountered a lot of new
vocabulary. I usually don't quiz students on definitions of
statistics vocabulary. I think it is much more useful for students
to have an understanding of what terms mean rather than have them
memorize definitions (which they soon forget). I want us to get in
the practice of of putting meanings of new vocabulary in our own
words, using our own examples to illustrate meanings to us. That
will make these...

Explain, in your own words, why probabilities are always between
0 and 1. Why can't we have a probability of 1.2, or -12?
Your response should be a minimum of two sentences and should
use the standard conventions of written English.

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