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081BUS207.920
NAME___Chris Nagy____________________________
Chapters 14 [125 points]
18Sep07
MAKE SURE I CAN FIND YOUR ANSWERS.
MATCHING [2 Points each]
[j]
Class Interval
[a]
The science of collecting, orgainzing, presenting, analyzing
and interpreting data to assist in making more effective decisions.
[k]
Class Frequency
[b] The entire set of individuals or objects of interest or the
measujrements obtained from all individuals or objects of interest.
[f]
Continuous Variable
[c]
A portion or part of the population of interest.
[e]
Discrete variable
[d]
This can be reported numerically.
[h]
Exhaustive
[e]
Variables that can only assume certain values.
[g]
Mutually Exclusive
[f]
Variables that can assume any value within a certain range.
[b]
Population
[g]
a property of a set of categories such than an individual
or object is included in only one category.
[d]
Quantative Variable
[h]
A property of a set of categories such that each individual
or object must appear in a category.
[c]
Sample
[j] the size or width or a class.
[a]
Statistics
[k] the number of observations in each class.
PUT YOUR ANSWERS TO THE RIGHT OF THE QUESTION
YOU MAY WISH TO HIGHLIGHT YOUR ANSWERS IN A DIFFERENT COLOR
IF YOU USE MEGASTAT, KINDLY LABEL THE WORK.
[c]
[a]
[11]
Movie
Number of people
Relative Frequency
Cars
7
7
0.280
The DaVinci code
8
15
0.320
Over the Hedge
2
17
0.080
The Breakup
5
22
0.200
The Omen
3
25
0.120
Total
25
1.000
[b]
Create a frequency polygon [line graph].
[d]
Create a cumulative frequency polygon.
[e]
Create a Histogram showing your data.
4 points
each unless otherwise stated.
Cumulative
Frequency
[a]
Find the
relative
frequency distribution of the data.
[c]
Find the
cumulative
frequency [add a column to your table].
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Wellstone, Inc., produces and markets replacement covers for cell phones in a variety of colors.
The company wold like to allocate its productions plans to five different colors:
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