# Emery Adams

Union University

Statistics

Statistics teacher | Tutor for 7 years

With a Statistics major from Union University, my passion lies in deciphering data puzzles. Equipped with advanced analytical tools, I guide students through the complexities of mathematics, probability, and beyond. My teaching style fosters a deep understanding, empowering learners to tackle challenges with confidence. Whether unraveling statistical theories or demystifying mathematical concepts, I'm dedicated to illuminating the path to academic success. Join me in exploring the fascinating world of numbers, where every equation tells a story waiting to be understood.

## Questions

- What does independent and identically distributed mean?
- What is the Central Limit Theorem used for?
- In a survey of 1118 people, 732 people said they voted in a recent presidential election. Given that 63% of eligible voters actually did vote, what is the probability that among the 1118 randomly selected voters , at least 732 actually did vote?
- What are independent trials, and how do they relate to the definition of probability?
- What is the standard deviation of {1, 1, 1, 3, 3, 3}?
- How many different ways can you get two heads and two tails in four tosses of a fair coin?
- 11 books, all with different titles, are to be arranged on a shelf. 4 are history books and one of them needs to be in the middle of the arrangement. 2 are math books and they need to be on the ends. How many different ways can they be arranged?
- Consider a Poisson distribution with #μ=3#. What is #P(x≥2)#?
- What does a z-test measure?
- Mrs. Phillips has 10 identical cans without labels. She knows that she had 1 can of peas, 5 cans of corn, 1 can of carrots, and 3 cans of beets. She opens one can. What is the probability it is carrots?Corn or beets?
- The number of cases of tetanus reported in the US in a single month has a Poisson distribution with a parameter of λ= 4.0. What is the probability that exactly one case of tetanus will be reported?
- How to do 191st question?
- How do you find the mean, median and mode of 40, 40, 40, 40, 100, 100, 160, 160, 160, 160?
- How do you avoid biased questions?
- What is the average of the 3 temperatures -50°C, -20°C, and 15°C?
- For a dataset of size 58, the sample mean was calculated to be #barx=$2.75# and the sample standard deviation is #s=$0.86#. What is the 95% confidence interval for #mu#?
- How do you minimize response bias?
- How to find the median of 57, 68, 70, 85, 88, 88?
- How do you find the value of #E#, the margin of error, for #c=.90, n=10# and #s=3.1#?
- Which measure of central tendency should be used when there is an outlier?