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Keller Graduate School Of Management - MATH 533
  • 5 Pages MATH533 Project Week 2
    MATH533 Project Week 2

    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: Applied Managerial Statistics

    MATH533 Course Project: Part A Exploratory Analysis A. Introduction The department store, AJ DAVIS, wishes to know more about their large amount of credit customers. A sample of 50 credit customers has been provided, along with data in 5 different variabl

  • 12 Pages CourseProject_MichaelPerez
    CourseProject_MichaelPerez

    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: Statistic

    Perez Course Project Michael Perez HRM 592 Training and Development Professor Donnie Smith August 29, 2012 Table of Contents Executive Summary. 3 Background 4-5 Needs Assessment Design, Implementation, and Analysis5-7 Recommended Training Strategy and Des

  • 6 Pages math 533 Course Project Part A
    Math 533 Course Project Part A

    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: Mth533

    Andre Young Jason Bical Math 533 Course Project Part A AJ Davis Department Store Customer Research A. Brief Introduction The department store AJ Davis would like to find out more information about their customers. A sample of 50 credit customers is select

  • 5 Pages MATH533 Project Week 6
    MATH533 Project Week 6

    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: Applied Managerial Statistics

    A: The average annual income was less than $50,000. Sample Mean: 43.74 Sample Std Dev: 14.64 H0: = $50,000 Lower Tail Z < -1.645 HA: < $50,000 = 0.05 N = 50 One-Sample Z Test of mu = 50 vs < 50 The assumed standard deviation = 14.64 N 50 Mean 43.74 SE Me

  • 9 Pages DeeWork1 final part A
    DeeWork1 Final Part A

    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: Statistic

    Math 533 Project A for Professor Alex Hapka by DeAngela L. Dixon AJ Davis Department Store wants a random sample of 50 customers based on their location, income, family size, and credit balance. This information is needed so that the company may understan

  • 21 Pages Math 533 sample test
    Math 533 Sample Test

    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: Statistic

    CHAPTER 3 DESCRIBING DATA: SUMMARY MEASURES MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS In the following multiple-choice questions, please circle the correct answer. 1. Which of the following are the three most common measures of central location? a. Mean, median and mode

  • 3 Pages MATH533_Final_Exam_Study_Guide
    MATH533_Final_Exam_Study_Guide

    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: Statistic

    MATH533 Final Exam Study Guide YOU MAY WANT TO PRINT THIS GUIDE. 1. The Final Exam is open book, open notes. The maximum time you can spend in the exam is 3 hours, 30 minutes. If you have not clicked the Submit for Grading button by then, you will be auto

  • 1 Page Case Study 2_MichaelPerez
    Case Study 2_MichaelPerez

    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: Statistic

    Michael Perez 12/1/11 Case Study 2 Internal Control The interest of the company to go public and have a successful outcome will rely on the proper administration of all the required tests. The Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002 requires documentation of controls

  • 2 Pages OrganizationSurvey_MichaelPerez
    OrganizationSurvey_MichaelPerez

    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: Statistic

    Michael Perez 8/01/12 Organization Survey Assessment Questionnaires: 1. Departments and teams feel comfortable sharing important information. 2. Expressing opinions at work is risky. I fear I may be labeled as a troublemaker. 3. Departments openly share i

  • 4 Pages MATH533 Project Week 7
    MATH533 Project Week 7

    School: Keller Graduate School Of Management

    Course: Applied Managerial Statistics

    Regression and Correlation Analysis 1. Scatter Plot Credit Balance vs Size Cr e di t Ba l a nce v sSi z e 6000 Cr e dit Ba la nce ( $ ) 5000 4000 3000 2000 1 2 3 4 Siz e 5 6 7 The graph indicates that there is a positive relationship between the two varia

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