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1. (Original post by Loz17)
I'm not suprised your brained rejected stats.

******* stats.

I can try and help, but I must warn you I got a U in my S1 twice so...
I got 97% in my last assignment, and now I can't do it at all. It's like I have to learn everything from scratch again when I do it.
I could have done with that meeting with the ed psych not having been cancelled.

All I'm trying to do is find the probability of a score being over the given number, and I can't understand it at all.

2. NOOO ALLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!!
3. (Original post by maxfire)
you need co-ordinates otherwise you can only use a general solution :/
I remembered I had a value for t (its parametric coordinate geometry) so I subbed it in to the x and y equations and got it right. I don't wanna do this all night though I have binomials and actual parametrics to do yet

and I need to go to the shops. Might do that now, and do the dishes

Brb I guess peoples.
4. (Original post by aliluvschoc)
I got 97% in my last assignment, and now I can't do it at all. It's like I have to learn everything from scratch again when I do it.
I could have done with that meeting with the ed psych not having been cancelled.

All I'm trying to do is find the probability of a score being over the given number, and I can't understand it at all.

Chi Square?

5. (Original post by Crazy Paving)
NOOO ALLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!!
Don't worry, I'm not losing my marbles. I've been like this since I was a kid.

I can't even remember how to divide fractions and stuff now.

I'm so unitelligently cool.
6. (Original post by aliluvschoc)
I got 97% in my last assignment, and now I can't do it at all. It's like I have to learn everything from scratch again when I do it.
I could have done with that meeting with the ed psych not having been cancelled.

All I'm trying to do is find the probability of a score being over the given number, and I can't understand it at all.

Normal distribution?
7. (Original post by maxfire)
[latex]...
You're welcome
8. 4444 fail
9. I haven't done any stats since GCSE...
:s
10. (Original post by aliluvschoc)
Don't worry, I'm not losing my marbles. I've been like this since I was a kid.

I can't even remember how to divide fractions and stuff now.

I'm so unitelligently cool.
Oh no I don't care about that...

I meant you took 4444.
11. (Original post by Loz17)
Chi Square?
uhm I'm not sure.

I'll type the question hang on. It's easy, I've done this before a million times but it all suddenly looks like a foreign language.

IQ test scores; in a normal distribution with mean=100, standard deviation=20

I need to find the probability that a random individual will score more than 108
12. (Original post by Crazy Paving)
Oh no I don't care about that...

I meant you took 4444.
Oh, sorry about that. I guess I wasn't looking at the numbers
13. (Original post by maxfire)
Normal distribution?
yeah one of them ones the internet isn't telling me how to do it either.
14. (Original post by thethinker)
You're welcome
thanks .

And @ the size
15. So I'm reduced to eating hobknobs and counting the bubbles on my hotchocolate
16. I think I've calculated a negative z-score now.
17. (Original post by aliluvschoc)
yeah one of them ones the internet isn't telling me how to do it either.
use

den look up z in a forumla table na meen.
18. stats

so not taking it as an option next year

new page

19. (Original post by Crazy Paving)
4444 fail
I was waiting for it too.

Smelly Ali.

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