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SOC 3811/5811: Synchronous Class - Shared screen with speaker view
Ida Ky
17:42
Can you go back a couple slides
Madlyn J Ott
17:45
can you show us the equation again to get p hat
Hibo A Ahmed
18:34
^
Corey Culver
18:50
I'll ask in a minute
Sara McClendon
19:17
Is the exam cumulative or just over what came after exam 1?
Eliza M Lombardy
19:29
Is there still lab next week?
Katherine Storms
19:47
thank you, have a great day!
Jake Ender (he, his)
19:48
Thanks dr. Warren!
Abigail Palmer
20:31
Could you go over #3 from the worksheet for today’s lecture?
Kyle Theisen
20:41
thanks Rob! have a great weekend
Eva M Arago
21:04
^I’d like to go over #3 from the worksheet as well.
Alexandra N Aurelius
24:53
is there an easy way to be able to tell whether it will be a single sided or double sided problem? or is it mostly dependent on whether it’s <, > or =
Ryan A Moon
26:12
@Alexandra its double sided if its equal and not equal to
Ryan A Moon
26:29
Otherwise its one sided if its less than/greater than
Ian M Gullickson
26:44
When I look at the course website, the STATA Assignment #2 still appears to be “Coming Soon”.
Eliza G Scholl
27:48
Would you be able to make a short worksheet to practice just finding the z and t scores based on the alpha with an answer key so we can practice that if we want to?
Madlyn J Ott
28:25
Is the test cumulative?
John R Warren
33:01
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nWt-B1Np9iBsoWmCx3ij7xx0YXY1wVrqJ-cJSMzYfkw/edit?usp=sharing
Michelle H Cho
33:11
on the syllabus it says material from 9/29- 10/15
John R Warren
01:06:48
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NOPHD1acs08S4chHbWKY5oi1iNMiTbDWXh_guOw0thU/edit?usp=sharing
Ryan A Moon
01:08:38
So are there no videos to watch for the upcoming week?
Ian M Gullickson
01:10:01
Thank you!