HW 0 (Chap 1) Req Solutions

HW 0 (Chap 1) Req Solutions - ASW ESBE (5e) Chapter 1...

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ASW ESBE (5e) Chapter 1 Solutions to Selected Problems 2. a. 9 elements, 1 for each row of the table. b. 5 variables, counting the name of the property (NOTE: The textbook answer key states 4 variables, NOT counting the name of the property. This is incorrect.) c. Name of property is qualitative (and nominal). Country is qualitative (and nominal). Room rate is qualitative (and ordinal). Number of rooms is quantitative (and discrete). Overall score is quantitative (and interval). d. Property name is nominal, country is nominal; room rate is ordinal; number of rooms is ratio, and overall score is interval. (e. Population? All European hotels surveyed of the subscribers. 3. a. Average number of rooms = 808/9 = 89.78 or approximately 90 rooms per hotel on average. b. Average score = 732.1/9 = 81.3. c. 2 of 9 are located in England; so approximately 22% of all sampled hotels are located in England. If the sample is representative of the population (and that’s a big if), then 22% of all European hotels surveyed of the subscribers are located in England. d. 4 of 9 have a room rate of $$; approximately 44% of all sampled hotels have moderately priced high season rates. If the sample is representative of the population, then 44% of all European hotels surveyed of the subscribers have moderately priced high season rates. 4. a. 10 elements, 1 on each row. ASW 5e Chap 1 HW #0 1 © 2010 Harvey Singer
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b. All brands and models of minisystems manufactured. c. Average price for sampled minisystems = 3140/10 = $314. d. Average price for all minisystems = $314. (e. Assumption for d? The sample is representative of the population.) 5. a. 6 variables, counting brand and model. b. Qualitative: Brand and model (and nominal). Sound quality (and ordinal). FM tuning sensitivity and selectivity is qualitative (and ordinal). Quantitative: Price (and continuous and ratio). CD capacity (and discrete and ratio). Number of tape decks (and discrete and ratio). c.
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