SYM-506 MODULE 2 HW

SYM-506 MODULE 2 HW - SYM 506 - Applied Business...

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Gerald McGill Grand Canyon University Module Two - Problem Set Week 2 P2 - 8 A) Variable Type Score by Peer Schools Categorical Score by Recruiters Categorical Average Undergrad GPA Categorical Average GMAT Score Numerical Acceptance Rate Categorical Average Starting Salary and Bonus Numerical Percentage of Graduates Employed at Graduation Time Categorical Percentage of Graduates Employed 3 Months after Graduation Categorical Out of State Tuition and Fees Numerical Enrollment Numerical B) Score by Peer Schools The score of a given school by its peer schools and recruiters is considered an Score by Recruiters measurement used to rank said schools using a universally recognized scale. Average Undergrad GPA The average undergraduate GPA would be an ordinal measurement, exemplifie Acceptance Rate The acceptance rate would be a nominal measurement, primarily for the fact th of applicants to begin with, nor does the measurement feature any distinctive n Percentage of Graduates Employed at Graduation Time The percentage of graduates employed at graduation time, as well as the perce Percentage of Graduates Employed 3 Months after Graduation ordinal measurements, due to the clear 0 - 100% scale. The reason these two m of the acceptance rate is that the implication in this case is that if you attend a g after or within 3 months of graduation; in comparison, acceptance rate is nomin much higher number of applicants. C) Average GMAT The results are skewed, with no peak in the data and a relatively even dispersion among data. Average Starting Salary and Bonus The results are skewed to the left. Out of State Tuition and Fees The results are skewed to the right.
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Enrollment The results are skewed strongly to the left, signifying smaller enrollment sizes. P2 - 16 A) Correlation between Female Enrollments and Total Enrollments = 0.31 B) Correlation between Minority Enrollments and Total Enrollments = 0.36 C) Correlation between International Enrollments and Total Enrollments = 0.11 All three scatterplots display a positive correlation between the respective groups and total enrollments. International Enrollments displays a weak, almost indiscernable positive correlation.
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