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Assignment-2 BA-2300, Spring-Summer 2016, Instructor: Nick Naseem 1 | P a g e Homework Assignment -2 (20 Questions, 10-Points) BA-2300: Quantitative Methods – I (Section 005), Spring-Summer 2016 (Due Date: Monday, June 20 th 11:59 pm) In this homework you are required to use the “Sports Bar Data Set” and the “Sports Bar Questionnaire” provided in the Assignments →Assignment-1 folder in the contents section of the BB for this course. This questionnaire was used to evaluate the possibility of opening a new sports restaurant in the Baton Rouge area around Louisiana State University campus. Please open the data set in SPSS or run the relevant analysis (if needed) and answer the questions that follow. There may be a hint given for some questions. Questions below may refer to the questions asked in the questionnaire. 1. For the question, “How many times have you eaten in a restaurant in the last two weeks?” (Hint: Refer to Q.1 in the questionnaire and “eat1” variable in the data set.), which category has the highest frequency. (SPSS steps: Go to analyze → Descriptive Statistics → Frequencies. It opens up a dialogue window. Click on “Eaten at a restaurant” and move it to the right side under the variable(s) window by clicking on the middle arrow. Make sure that the default frequency tables box is checked, then hit OK. This will display the “frequency table” for this variable in the output file from which the information to answer the question can be obtained.) a. 0 b. 1-2 c. 3-4 d. 5-6 2. For the question, “How many times have you eaten in a restaurant in the last two weeks?” (Hint: Refer to Q.1 in the questionnaire and “eat1” variable in the data set.), the categories “1-2” and “3-4” constitute what percent of the data. (SPSS steps: Follow the same steps as described in the question-1 above.) 3. For the question, “How many times have you eaten in a restaurant in the last two weeks?” (Hint: Refer to Q.1 in the questionnaire and “eat1” variable in the data set.), the valid sample size is. (SPSS steps: Follow the same steps as described in the question-1 above.
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Assignment-2 BA-2300, Spring-Summer 2016, Instructor: Nick Naseem 2 | P a g e 4. What is the “range and “mean” for the importance of “prices” in choosing to eat at a sports restaurant? (Hint: Refer to Q.2 in the questionnaire and check the relevant variable, prices in the data set.) , (SPSS steps: Go to analyze → Descriptive Statistics → Descriptives. It opens up a dialogue window. Click on “prices” and move it to the right side under the variable(s) window by clicking on the middle arrow. Go to options and make sure that range, mean, standard deviation, variance, max, and min boxes are checked, then hit OK. This will display the “descriptives table” for this variable in the output file from which the information to answer the question can be obtained.) 5. What is the “standard deviation” and “variance” for the importance of “prices” in choosing to eat at a
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