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Give yourself a break; seems like you're working really hard for this exam.
I wanted to do a couple more papers today, finished 2011 just.

But it's probably one of the most boring things I've ever done :lol:

You expecting a 75/75 in S3? I think silly mistakes might just get me like using variance instead of standard deviation
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Ok so Ch 5,
Correct me if Im wrong or something.

We either rank and find r_s straight away.

We either calculate pmcc from raw data using S1 formula.

We either rank hen use the other r_s formula including s_xx etc.

Is this all the cases? Also when do we use the last case?



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I wanted to do a couple more papers today, finished 2011 just.

But it's probably one of the most boring things I've ever done :lol:

You expecting a 75/75 in S3? I think silly mistakes might just get me like using variance instead of standard deviation
I think i might be able to pull of an decent A 😂. Will make my life incredibly easy if I do!


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(Original post by physicsmaths)
Ok so Ch 5,
Correct me if Im wrong or something.

We either rank and find r_s straight away.

We either calculate pmcc from raw data using S1 formula.

We either rank hen use the other r_s formula including s_xx etc.

Is this all the cases? Also when do we use the last case?



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i thought u just do spearmans, but if there are any tied ranks, use Sxx Syy etc.
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I think i might be able to pull of an decent A 😂. Will make my life incredibly easy if I do!


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Is this going to be one of the modules that conteibutes to your AFM A*? I'm fairly happy with FP1 and M3 so I just need to get a mid-B on this and a mid-D on any two others and I'm sorted... ah the joys of A* criteria

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I think i might be able to pull of an decent A 😂. Will make my life incredibly easy if I do!


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If i get an A i will devote my life to god lol I need 80 ums to get into warwick ahaha
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Is this going to be one of the modules that conteibutes to your AFM A*? I'm fairly happy with FP1 and M3 so I just need to get a mid-B on this and a mid-D on any two others and I'm sorted... ah the joys of A* criteria

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Yep,
So basically i need 350/400 in M3-5 S3 cause then im gna put S1-3 and M3-5 in AFM which gives the A*. Then D1-2 in normal maths so i only need 80/200 or something and 5 ums in S4 which i will put FM.
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(Original post by physicsmaths)
Ok so Ch 5,
Correct me if Im wrong or something.

We either rank and find r_s straight away.

We either calculate pmcc from raw data using S1 formula.

We either rank hen use the other r_s formula including s_xx etc.

Is this all the cases? Also when do we use the last case?



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use the rank
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I think i might be able to pull of an decent A 😂. Will make my life incredibly easy if I do!


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I feel the same, I'd like a good UMS for AFM but it's not really necessary. I think M4 and M5 will be better than S3/S4 tbh

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Is this going to be one of the modules that conteibutes to your AFM A*? I'm fairly happy with FP1 and M3 so I just need to get a mid-B on this and a mid-D on any two others and I'm sorted... ah the joys of A* criteria

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Would that be your first B and D ever?
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We need to work out 2a+3, clearly, so equivalently we need to find a. However, in (b) you just found an unbiased estimator for a based on the mean of the observations. Hopefully you can see how you can use the data they give you from there.

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If i get an A i will devote my life to god lol I need 80 ums to get into warwick ahaha
Are you doing Warwick Econ?
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i thought u just do spearmans, but if there are any tied ranks, use Sxx Syy etc.
By Tied ranks we mean two values are the same?
? So PMCC tests doesn't come up in papers? Just spearmans using the two different formulas?


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By Tied ranks we mean two values are the same?
? So PMCC tests doesn't come up in papers? Just spearmans using the two different formulas?


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PMCC tests have come up before, can't recall which papers, they were early though
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We won't be asked to calculate a CI with the sample variance right? Because that would require the t distribution. Or can we estimate with z?
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PMCC tests have come up before, can't recall which papers, they were early though
So the tests were just PMCC using S1 formulas then just do the normal c.v?
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By Tied ranks we mean two values are the same?
? So PMCC tests doesn't come up in papers? Just spearmans using the two different formulas?


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btw...check the spec. It'll never ask you to actually calculate from tied ranks - just requires you to know what to do if the situation came up.
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We won't be asked to calculate a CI with the sample variance right? Because that would require the t distribution. Or can we estimate with z?
variance CI is S4, shouldn't be asked tomorrow.
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So the tests were just PMCC using S1 formulas then just do the normal c.v?
Yeah they gave you the Sxy business and just a case of plugging in to the simple formula from S1
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Are you doing Warwick Econ?
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variance CI is S4, shouldn't be asked tomorrow.
No I mean calculating CI for pop. mean with s within the standard error as opposed sigma. if n is large then sample variance = sample pop, so I'm asking that could the s instead of sigma be used in a CI for pop mean?
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