Bring a calculator and something to write with. A pen is fine but a pencil with eraser will be better.

**Coverage**

The exam will cover the lecture and readings from October 27th through November 10th and Labs 9-11.

**Study Recommendations**

1. Be sure you have done all the readings, and review the notes from the lectures and labs.

2. Go through the list of notation and formulas, the list of R functions, and the vocabulary lists.

3. If you understand everything in Step 2, you should be able to get an A on the exam.

4. For anything in Step 2 you don't understand, go back to the lecture outline, textbook, math notes, or lab outline.

5. Use the practice tests and textbook questions to make sure you're ready.

**Resources**

*Lectures*

Class # | Topic | Outline | Slides | Math | Vocab |

16 | Correlation | pptx | txt | ||

17 | Regression | pptx | txt | ||

18 | Analysis of Variance | pptx | txt | ||

19 | Repeated Measures | pptx | txt | ||

20 | Factorial ANOVA | pptx | txt |

*Readings*. Readings include all of Chapters 13-17.

*Labs and Homework*

Week | Lab Outline | Homework Solutions |

9 | ||

10 | ||

11 |

*Quick-reference lists*

Notation and formulas

R functions to know

**Sample questions**

• Practice test

• Last year's exam (solutions)

• The questions in the book at the end of each chapter also make for excellent practice (see syllabus for lists).