Exam 3 Study Guide

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

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.


Class #TopicOutlineSlidesMathVocab
16Correlation pdfpptxpdftxt
17Regression pdfpptxpdftxt
18Analysis of Variance pdfpptxpdftxt
19Repeated Measures pdfpptxpdftxt
20Factorial ANOVA pdfpptxpdftxt

Readings. Readings include all of Chapters 13-17.

Labs and Homework
WeekLab OutlineHomework Solutions
9pdf pdf
10pdf pdf
11pdf pdf
Lab 12 is not directly covered on exam, but may be useful for study

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).