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# E1AAK - EXAM ONE BUS 310 A Name Answer Key A few situations...

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EXAM ONE BUS 310 A Name Answer Key A few situations follow that require you to choose an appropriate term for the job. To refresh your memory some of the charts, tables, and summary measures that you have used include: A. P Chart B. Range and Mean Charts C. Frequency Distribution D. Histogram E. Polygon F. Cumulative Percentage Polygon G. Bar Chart H. Pareto Chart I. Pie Chart J. Box-and-Whisker Plot K. Stem and Leaf Display L. Cross Tabulation Table M. Normal Probability Plot N. Summary Table 1. Mean 2. Median 3. Quartiles 4. Range 5. Standard Deviation 6. Skewness 7. Kurtosis 8. Coefficient of Variation 9. Interquartile Range 10. 5 Number Summary You are employed as an assistant manager at Aloha Stadium and you have the following 7 situations in which you need to use your expertise in statistics. For each of the next 7 questions, choose the most appropriate table, chart, display, graph, plot, summary measure, or name that best fits the situation. Choose only one and write the letter or number directly below the scenario to the left. 1. You have available to you the data from ticket sales in the form of a frequency distribution. Which graph above corresponds most closely to data in this form? 2. You notice that for UH football games, attendances follow a bell-shaped distribution. In trying to detect outliers, you are looking for extreme distances from what measure above? 3. You have 8 different types of sports events and wish to show in a chart the relative importance of dollar revenues from each of the events.

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