Timothy S Opdahl

10:08

Problem set 1 asks to compute skewness... What equation should we use?

Madelyn L Wolf

10:19

Can I ask a question about percentiles right now or should I wait?

Hibo A Ahmed

10:19

how to calculate confidence interval (margin of error)

Eliza M Lombardy

10:26

Could you do an example of finding the sample size when youâ€™re given an interval.

Gaozong Khang

11:16

Can you explain the difference between conservative margin error and confidence interval?

Gaozong Khang

11:36

Or are they interchangeable

Twisha A Boradia

11:39

To take the mean for the problem sets: would you do the total divided by the number of groups? Like the total is 20 and the number of groups is 6?

Ryan A Moon

12:00

When you had us calculate n based on the provided margin of error, will n always be 10,000 for a margin of error of 1%? Just wondering if the sample size in the study affects this.

Ryan A Moon

12:47

why does it not depend on context?

Michelle H Cho

14:15

for the finding like a specific percentile do u use n/by the percentile u need to find?

Claire L Laudi

22:54

0% First Year; 33.33% Sprint

Sarah M Gonwa

22:54

Verizon: 50

Lauren K Lawler

22:57

17% for both

Sarah Meier

22:57

Verizon Users: 40%

Ryan A Moon

22:58

67% Verizon users; 0% first year

Michelle H Cho

22:59

33% Verizon, Freshmen 16.7%

Idman Adan

23:00

33% of us were 1st years

Sarah M Gonwa

23:02

First year 16%

Zaynab A Somani

23:04

40% Verizon users, 60% first year

Ruthe Johnson

23:05

0% first year

Cole Meeden

23:05

Verizon 50%

Kyra A Schlicht

23:06

% of people who use Verizon: 50% and 0% for first year student

Nia G Steinhagen

23:06

Verizon: 50%

Anton M Harrington

23:06

16% Verizon, Freshman 16%

Ian M Gullickson

23:07

Verizon: 0% first year -%

Flora Yang

23:07

40% Verizon, 40% Freshmen

Hugo Mathieu

23:08

Verizon: 33.33%, First Year: 16.67%

Sarah L Davis

23:08

First Year: 0% Verizon: 50%

Idman Adan

23:09

0% Verizon

Sovahn Yong

23:10

50% Verizon, 17% First year

Linda Lubi

23:12

Verizon: 33% First Year: 16% percent

Isaac J Kelley

23:15

Verizon: 50%, 1st Year Student: 33%

Sarah Meier

23:15

0% First year

Ruthe Johnson

23:17

0% freshman 0% verizon

Nia G Steinhagen

23:18

Freshman: 0%

Amanda J Eggers

23:19

0% first years 33.33% verizon

Ethan L Brenna

23:20

16.7 first year

Corey Culver

23:20

16% first year, 16% Verizon

Eliza M Lombardy

23:21

% verizon- 71.4% % 1st yr students- 14.3%

Kyli R Nault

23:23

Verizon: 16.7; First-Year: 33.3

Cole Meeden

23:23

first year 16.6%

Ethan L Brenna

23:29

16.7 verizon

Cole Meeden

29:29

My group of 12

Timothy S Opdahl

29:34

Verizon 18.2% Fr 0%

Cole Meeden

29:56

had 41.6% Verizon, and 25% first year

Jordan R Mckenzie

39:35

So with a smaller population, you would never be able to get a very low margin of error?

Katherine Storms

53:24

what about the question on the worksheet about covid testing?

Liam Martin

53:25

did we ever bring up the COVID question from the worksheet?

Sarah L Davis

53:26

there is a question about COVID testing on the worksheet

Eliza M Lombardy

53:29

^^^

Abigail Palmer

53:30

^^

Andrew D Mezera

53:38

^^^

Lubna Abdirahman

53:45

^^

Sandra Flores- Castillo

53:50

^^

Dah-Ye Lee

54:23

delete the question

Sara McClendon (she/her)

54:52

Can there be an email or announcement about that?

Angela Nguyen

54:58

^^

Kyle Theisen

55:05

What was the percentage of first year students again?

Kyli R Nault

56:09

^^

Abigail Palmer

56:17

17%

Abagail A Majerus

56:18

17

Kyli R Nault

56:25

Thank you

Mason D Jones

57:09

Thank you everyone

Dah-Ye Lee

57:55

venmo me

Liam Martin

58:05

a gif of a puppy or something