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Descriptive Statistics 1 Team A Descriptive Statistics Paper Arnold Boldu Jr. Bridgette Harris Greg Schacker Margit von Saalfeld Christopher Wall University of Phoenix RES/341 Michael Carey September 02, 2007
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Descriptive Statistics 2 Abstract In this global economy the importance for Apple to collect data as well as interpret the data collected so that Apple can continue to be a leader in new technologies in the years to come has taken first place. A variety of statistical methods can be used to show where the data is centralized. Team A will apply descriptive statistics to describe the data in Team A research. Team A will provide simple summaries about the sample and the measures. Together with simple graphics analysis, Team A will also show why Apple is continuing to grow and a leader in new technologies.
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Descriptive Statistics 3 Apple’s Desktop Computer Sales Team A's initial research of the Apple Corporation revealed that even thought Apple struggled during in its early days with desk top computer sales, persistence prevailed and gave the Apple Corporation a name amongst its peers. Our finding expose the Apple's now highly driven market and notoriety is due to products like the iPhones, iPods and their newest product, the Apple TV. Team A’s continued research shows that Apple's iPhone sales also produced a surge of desktop computer sales. However, awareness to the fact that iPhones are looked upon as costly by some interest parties, has led the Apple Corporation to consider cutting the price of the iPhone. By doing so continued desire for the product should be the result. Apple product line continues to prove strong in the market, with sales and interest in iPod and Apple TV product
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