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Math 253 - Problems - Chapter 2

# Math 253 - Problems - Chapter 2 - Varieties of Grapes Grown...

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Math 253 – Spring 2008 – Dr. Weaver Chapter 2 – Homework Assignment 6. WHO – 10 crankshafts Cases – each crankshaft is one case WHAT – the pouring temperature of molten iron WHEN – reported in 1995 WHY – quality control HOW – random sampling VARIABLE Pouring Temperature Type – Quantitative Units – Degrees Fahrenheit 16. WHO – American vineyards Cases – each vineyard is a case WHAT – Size of vineyard, years in existence, state, varieties of grape, average case price, gross sales, percent profit WHEN – not specified WHERE – United States WHY – to provide information to American grape growers HOW – not specified VARIABLES Vineyard Size Type – Quantitative Units – acres Number of Years in Existence Type – Quantitative Units – years State Type – Categorical

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Unformatted text preview: Varieties of Grapes Grown Type – Categorical Average Case Price Type - Quantitative Units – Dollars Gross Sales Type – Quantitative Units – Dollars Percent Profit Type – Quantitative Units – PerCent (ratio, not a real unit) 17. WHO – Streams Cases – each stream is a case WHAT – name of stream, substrate of stream, acidity of the water, temperature, BCI WHEN – not specified WHERE – upstate New York WHY – to study ecology of streams HOW – not specified VARIABLES Name of Stream Type – Identifier Substrate of Stream Type – Categorical Acidity of the Water Type – Quantitative Units – pH Water Temperature Type – Quantitative Units – degrees Celcius BCI Type – Quantitative Units – not specified...
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