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Course: BUS 271, Spring 2011
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4 Chapter Homework key [Over 72 points] 2011/09/20 403. [Chapter 4; 16 p.] (Definitions) a) [2 p.] What is a statistical experiment? A natural or artificial process which produces, each time it is invoked, one outcome out of a small set of possible outcomes, with a specific probability distribution. b) [2 p.] What is the sample space for a statistical experiment? The sample space is the set of possible outcomes...

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Auburn - BUS - 271
Chapter 4 Homework[Over 72 points]Due: Tue Sep 20NAME: _403. [Chapter 4; 16 p.] (Definitions)a) [2 p.] What is a statistical experiment?b) [2 p.] What is the sample space for a statistical experiment?c) [2 p.] What do we mean by independent statist
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Chapter 5 Homework[Over 65 points]Due: Tue Sep 27NAME: _501. [Ch. 4, 8 p.] (Definitions)a. [2 p.] What is the difference between a discrete and a continuousvariable?b. [2 p.] What is a probability function?c. [2 p.] What is the difference between
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Chapter 6 Homework[Over 57 points]Due: Tue Oct 4NAME: _601. [Chapter 6; 12 points] (Definitions)(a)[2 p.] What is a continuous variable?(b)[2 p.] What is a continuous probability distribution?Given some unspecified probability distribution whose
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Key to Math Homework A[Over 82 points]2011M007. [18 p.] Calculator exercises.Given:A = 3, B = 5, C = 8, D = 11.Calculate the following expressions using the above values:a. ABCD27b. ABCD-11c. ABCD8.72727273d. ABCD14.625ABCD1
Auburn - BUS - 271
Math Homework A: Calculator Exercises[Over 82 points]Due: notThese exercises are intended to help you become familiar with your scientificcalculator. Calculate the answers to the problems given here, then compare themto the correct answers in the key
Auburn - BUS - 271
Key to Math Homework A[Over 70 points][Extra Credit]2011-09-15M001. [4 p.] New material: Discrete Sets. Given the following 2 sets:A = cfw_a,b,c,f,h,jB = cfw_b,d,f,i,j,ka. List the members of the set CAB:b. List the members of the set D A B :cf
Auburn - BUS - 271
Math Homework B[Over 70 points][Extra Credit]Due: Thu Sep 15NAME: _M001. [4 p.] New material: Discrete Sets. [Ref: Math notes on Set Theory]Given the following 2 sets:A = cfw_a,b,c,f,h,jB = cfw_b,d,f,i,j,ka. List the members of the set CAB:b.
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ASW0324360681_amznSlidesbyJOHNLOUCKSSt.EdwardsUniversity2009ThomsonSouthWestern.AllRightsReservedSlide1Chapter1DataandStatistics ApplicationsinBusinessandEconomics Data DataSources DescriptiveStatistics StatisticalInference ComputersandSt
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ASW0324360681_amznSlidesbyJOHNLOUCKSSt.EdwardsUniversity2009ThomsonSouthWestern.AllRightsReservedSlide1Chapter2,PartBDescriptiveStatistics:TabularandGraphicalPresentationsExploratoryDataAnalysis:StemandLeafDisplays CrosstabulationsandyScatt
Auburn - BUS - 271
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ASW0324360681_amznJOHN LOUCKSSt. Edward's UniversitySlides by 2009 Thomson SouthWestern. All Rights Reserved Slide 1Chapter 3, Part B Descriptive Statistics: Numerical MeasuressMeasures of Distribution Shape, Relative Location, and Detecting Outli
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ASW0324360681_amznJOHN LOUCKSSt. Edward's UniversitySlides by 2009 Thomson SouthWestern. All Rights Reserved Slide 1Chapter 4 Introduction to Probability Experiments, Counting Rules, and Assigning Probabilities Events and Their Probability Some Bas
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ASW0324360681_amznJOHN LOUCKSSt. Edward's UniversitySlides by 2009 Thomson SouthWestern. All Rights Reserved Slide 1Chapter 5 Discrete Probability Distributionss s s s s sRandom Variables Discrete Probability Distributions Expected Value and Varia
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ASW0324360681_amznJOHN LOUCKSSt. Edward's UniversitySlides by 2009 Thomson SouthWestern. All Rights Reserved Slide 1Chapter 6 Continuous Probability Distributionss s s sUniform Probability Distribution Normal Probability Distribution Normal Approx
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ASW0324360681_amznJOHN LOUCKSSt. Edward's UniversitySlides by 2009 Thomson SouthWestern. All Rights Reserved Slide 1Chapter 7, Part A Sampling and Sampling Distributions Simple Random Sampling Point Estimation Introduction to Sampling Distributions
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ASW0324360681_amznJOHN LOUCKSSt. Edward's UniversitySlides by 2009 Thomson SouthWestern. All Rights Reserved Slide 1Chapter 7, Part B Sampling and Sampling Distributions Sampling Distribution of p Other Sampling Methods 2009 Thomson SouthWestern.
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ASW0324360681_amznJOHN LOUCKSSt. Edward's UniversitySlides by 2009 Thomson SouthWestern. All Rights Reserved Slide 1Chapter 8 Interval Estimations s s sPopulation Mean: Known Population Mean: Unknown Determining the Sample Size Population Proporti
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ASW0324360681_amznSlidesbyJOHNLOUCKSSt.EdwardsUniversity2009ThomsonSouthWestern.AllRightsReservedSlide1Chapter9HypothesisTestsDevelopingNullandAlternativeHypothesesTypeIandTypeIIErrorsPopulationMean: KnownPopulationMean: UnknownPopulationPr
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ASW0324360681_amznSlidesbyJOHNLOUCKSSt.EdwardsUniversity2009ThomsonSouthWestern.AllRightsReservedSlide1Chapter12SimpleLinearRegressionsSimpleLinearRegressionModelLeastSquaresMethodCoefficientofDeterminationModelAssumptionssTestingforSigni
Auburn - FINC - 2400
FINC 2400/3610/3700CALCULATOR RECIPE for annuity problemsFor every problem you need to solve, do this:a) DETERMINE if the problem at hand qualifies as an annuity. If not, you may need to usethe cash flow functions on your calculator instead.b) DETERM
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Chapter 1Personal FinancialPlanning in ActionMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Personal Financial PlanningObjectives1. Identify social and economic influenceson personal financial goals anddeci
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Chapter 1AppendixTime Value of Money:The BasicsMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Time Value of Money Answers the questions: If I deposit \$10,000 today, how much will Ihave for a down payment on
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Chapter 2Money ManagementSkillsMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Money Management SkillsChapter Objectives1. Identify the main components of wisemoney management2. Create a personal balance she
Auburn - FINC - 2400
Chapter 3Taxes in YourFinancial PlanMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Taxes in Your Financial PlanChapter Objectives1. Identify the major taxes paid by peoplein our society2. Calculate taxable
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Chapter 4Savings andPayment ServicesMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Savings and Payment ServicesChapter Objectives1. Identify commonly used financialservices2. Compare the types of financial
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Auburn - FINC - 2400
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Auburn - FINC - 2400
Chapter 8Home and AutomobileInsuranceMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Home and Automobile InsuranceChapter Objectives1. Identify types of risks and risk managementmethods and develop a risk man
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Chapter 9Health and DisabilityIncome InsuranceMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Health and Disability IncomeInsuranceChapter Objectives1. Recognize the importance of health insurance infinancia
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Chapter 10Financial Planning with Life InsuranceMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Life InsuranceChapter Objectives 1. Define life insurance and determine your lifeinsurance needs. 2. Distinguish b
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Chapter 11Investing Basicsand EvaluatingBondsMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Investing Basics and EvaluatingBondsChapter Objectives1. Explain why you should establish aninvestment program.2
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Chapter 12Investing in StocksMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Investing in StocksChapter Objectives1. Identify the most important features ofcommon and preferred stock.2. Explain how you can ev
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Chapter 13Investing inMutual FundsMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Investing in Mutual FundsChapter Objectives1. Explain the characteristics of mutualfund investments.2. Classify mutual funds
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Auburn - FINC - 2400
Confirming PagesCDaily Spending DiaryEffective short-term money management and long-term financial security are dependent on spending less than you earn. The use of a Daily Spending Diary will provide information to better understand your spending patt
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SVEN THOMMESENFINANCE 2400/3610/3700SELECTED FORMULAS FOR CERTAIN FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS[From Floyd and Allens Real Estate Principles and other sources]VARIABLES USED IN THE FOLLOWING PAGES:NI/YRPVFVPMT=====the number of periods (months, y
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THOMMESENFINC 2400-001AUBURN UNIVERSITYCLASS INFO2011 Fall semesterFINANCE 2400: Personal Finance[10760]Section 001 : MWF 11:00 11:50 a.m. in Lowder 1 25AI NSTRUCTOR:OFFICE:OFFI CE HOURS:OFFICE PHONE:EMAIL:Mr. Sven Thommesen317 Lowder Busine
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THOMMESENFINC 2400-001AUBURN UNIVERSITYSYLLABUS (part 1)2011 Fall semesterFINANCE 2400: Personal Finance[10760]Section 001: MWF 11:00 - 11:50 a.m. in Lowder 125AINSTRUCTOR:OFFICE:OFFICE HOURS:OFFICE PHONE:EMAIL:Mr. Sven Thommesen317 Lowder B
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FINC 2400001 [10760] Thommesen11:00 11:50 a.m. MWF L125AProjected exam schedule for 2011 Fall semesterBB Exam A: Chapters 1, 2, 3, TVM:Thu 9/15 Fri 9/16BB Exam B: Chapters 4, 5, 6, 7:Thu 10/13 Fri 10/14BB Exam C: Chapters 8, 9, 10:Thu 11/3 Fri 11/
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FINC 2400 MWF ThommesenProjected lecture schedule for Fall Semester 2011MondayWednesdayFridayAugust 15August 17August 19IntroCh 1MondayWednesdayFridayAugust 22August 24August 26Ch 1Ch 2Ch 2MondayWednesdayFridayAugust 29August 31Sep
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THOMMESENFINC-2400AUBURN UNIVERSITYSYLLABUS Part 2(C)2011 Fall semesterSPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONSStudents who need special accommodations should make an appointment to discusstheir Accommodation Memo with the instructor as soon as possible during the f
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Finance 2400 / 3610 / 3700Lecture Notes for the Fall Semester 2011V.4 ofBite-size Lectureson the use of yourHewlett-Packard HP-10BIIFinancial Calculator Sven Thommesen 2010Generated on 9/2/2011USING THE HP-10BII FINANCIAL CALCULATORThis document
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Finance 2400Lecture Notes for Fall 2011V.71 ofBite-size Lecturesonthe Time Value of Money (TVM)andthe discounting of future cash flows. Sven Thommesen 2011Last updated:2011-09-05Generated:2011-09-07 Sven Thommesen 2011Lectures on the time va
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FINC 2400 / 3610 / 3700Fall 2011PROBLEMS IN CASH FLOW DISCOUNTINGANDFINANCIAL CALCULATOR USEPART I: 3610 CHAPTERS 5 6Modified: 9/7/2011Generated: 9/7/2011I: SIMPLE LOANS / SIMPLE INTEREST [L101-104]Solve the following simple loan problems mathema
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ASSIGNMENT: PERSONAL PLAN / Fall 2011To tie together the material in this class, for 6% of your grade I require youto do the following exercise over the course of the semester:a) For a full month, keep detailed track of all your expenses using the note
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FINC 2400 THOMMESEN FALL 2011ASSIGNMENT: PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANDUE: 10/07/2011TODAYS DATE: [fill in the date]MY NAME IS: [fill in your name]1. I have tracked my expenses during the month of September.2. My 3 largest spending categories, by % of tot
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Find out more about Your Money and YouBegin Your Personal Financial Statement HereASSETSCash Checking Accounts Savings Accounts Real Estate Home (fair market value) Other Life Insurance Cash Value Personal Property Cars (market value) Furniture &amp; Appli
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Find out more about Your Money and YouYour Monthly BudgetCATEGORYMONTHLY INCOME:MONTHLYBUDGET AMOUNTCATEGORYMONTHLY EXPENSES:MONTHLYBUDGET AMOUNTCATEGORYMONTHLY EXPENSES:Salary/WagesFood, ContinnuedPartners Salary/WagesSchool LunchesSecond
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Right on the Money! Write Down the Money!Write Down the Money! Diary: Month 1Days of the MonthDaily ExpensesBreakfastSnacksGasoline/OilLaundry/Dry CleaningParkingNewspaper/MagazineOther (Lottery Ticket, etc.)LunchSnacksBeauty/BarberBooksCig
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(EOA) Space(POD) Balance, EmphasisElements of ArtBasic visual symbols in the language of Art. Visual building blocks put together tocreate a work of art.SpacePrinciples of DesignRules that govern how artists organizethe elements of art.BalanceEm
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(EOA) Value, Light, TextureElements of ArtBasic visual symbols in the language of Art. Visual building blocks put together tocreate a work of art.Value (Light)Texture(EOA) ValueThe Element of Art that describes the darkness or lightness of an objec
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(POD) Rhythm, MovementPrinciples of DesignRules that govern how artists organizethe elements of art.RhythmMovement(POD) RhythmThe Principle of Design that indicates movement by the repetition of elements.Life is full of rhythmic events.Visual Rhy
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(EOA) ColorElements of ArtBasic visual symbols in the language of Art. Visual building blocks put together tocreate a work of art.Color(EOA) ColorAn element of art that is derived from reflected light.Light waves are reflected from object to your e
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(POD) Variety Harmony UnityPrinciples of DesignRules that govern how artists organizethe elements of art.VarietyHarmonyUnity(POD) VarietyA Principle of Design concerned with difference or contrast.Too much of the same thing can be dull and monoto
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