Chapters 3 and 4 Examples

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Chapters 3 and 4 Notes Examples Page 1 of 2 Random Digits Example A firm wants to understand the attitudes of its minority managers toward its system for assessing management performance. Use Table A at line 139 to choose 6 minority managers to be interviewed. 01-Agarwal 08-Fleming 15-Liao 02-Alfonseca 09-Gates 16-Mourning 03-Baxter 10-Goel 17-Peters 04-Bowman 11-Gomez 18-Puri 05-Cortez 12-Hernandez 19-Rodriguez 06-Cross 13-Huang 20-Shen 07-Dewald 14-Kim 21-Vega A. 04-Bowman, 10-Goel, 17-Peters, 19-Rodriguez, 12-Hernandez, 13-Huang B. 05-Cortez, 08-Fleming, 09-Gates, 04-Bowman, 07-Dewald, 03-Baxter C. 16-Mourning, 08-Fleming, 15-Liao, 13-Huang, 17-Peters, 04-Bowman Gallup Poll Example Gallup conducted telephone interviews of 1007 randomly selected adults from July 25-27, 2008. Question: When you see or hear an athlete breaking a world record in swimming, are you suspicious or not that the athlete used performance-enhancing drugs? 22% suspicious, 76% not suspicious
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course STAT 110 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '07 term at South Carolina.

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