MINITAB assignment #1

MINITAB assignment #1 - MINITAB Assignment 1 Fall 2010 Make...

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Unformatted text preview: MINITAB Assignment 1 Fall 2010 Make sure you so the following: 1. Put your name on your paper 2. Put STAT250 with your section number 3. Put MINITAB Assignment 1 centered on the page 4. Number and letter the answers accordingly 5. Use complete and coherent sentences to answer the questions. 6. Staple your paper 7. Hand paper in at the start of the class it is due (on‐line classes, make sure you e‐mail it to your GTA). 1. A thousand people were asked what color car they would purchase. The results are in the MINITAB file Called MINITAB 1 Problem 1 Data. a. Copy and Paste all Responses in the Sessions windows as you opened your MINITAB 1 Problem 1 Data. Be sure to include the date. Otherwise you will receive no points for this problem. b. Make a pie chart to display the distribution of color of car. Make sure the graph has proper titles and labels. For each category, display the label and percent. c. Construct a frequency bar graph of the data in the sample. Make sure that the graph has a proper title and labels. d. What percent of cars were in the Other’s category? e. If you were the owner of a car dealership looking at the above charts, what color car would you make sure you had in stock (which color is most popular)? 2. Do problem 1.34 on page 31. The data is on Blackboard in the MINITAB Assignments folder called MINITAB Assignment 1 Problem 1 Data. Remember to have good titles and labels. The majority of the points for these problems are making good graphs and charts. Make sure you Copy and Paste all Responses in the Sessions windows as you opened your MINITAB 1 Problem 2 Data. Be sure to include the date. Otherwise you will receive no points for this problem. ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2011 for the course STAT 250 taught by Professor Sims during the Fall '08 term at George Mason.

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