Jolynn - Week 6 Individual Assignment

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Jolynn Weeks - Week 6 Individual Assignment Exercise 88 Refer to the Baseball 2005 data, which reports information on the 30 major league teams for the 2005 base Select the variable team salary and find the mean, median, and the standard deviation. Select the variable that refers to the age the stadium was built. (Hint: Subtract the year in which the stadium was built from th current year to find the stadium age and work with that variable.) Find the mean, median, and the standard Select the variable that refers to the seating capacity of the stadium. Find the mean, median, and the stand Baseball 2005 Data Team League Built Age Size Salary Boston 1 1912 97 33,871 123.5 New York Yankees 1 1923 86 57,746 208.3 Oakland 1 1966 43 43,662 55.4 Baltimore 1 1992 17 48,262 73.9 Los Angeles Angels 1 1966 43 45,050 97.7 Cleveland 1 1994 15 43,368 41.5 Chicago White Sox 1 1991 18 44,321 75.2 Toronto 1 1989 20 50,516 45.7 Minnesota 1 1982 27 48,678 56.2 Tampa Bay 1 1990 19 44,027 29.7 Texas 1 1994 15 52,000 55.8 Detroit 1 2000 9 40,000 69.1 Seattle 1 1999 10 45,611 87.8 Kansas City 1 1973 36 40,529 36.9 Atlanta 0 1993 16 50,062 86.5 Arizona 0 1998 11 49,075 62.3 Houston 0 2000 9 42,000 76.8 Cincinnati 0 2003 6 42,059 61.9 New York Mets 0 1964 45 55,775 101.3 Pittsburgh 0 2001 8 38,127 38.1 Los Angeles Dodgers 0 1962 47 56,000 83.0 San Diego 0 2004 5 42,445 63.3 Washington 0 1961 48 56,000 48.6 San Francisco 0 2000 9 40,800 90.2 St Louis 0 1966 43 49,625 92.1 Florida 0 1987 22 42,531 60.4 Philadelphia 0 2004 5 43,500 95.5 Milwaukee 0 2001 8 42,400 39.9 Chicago Cubs 0 1914 95 38,957 87.0 Colorado 0 1995 14 50,381 48.2 Salary mean 73.1 Salary median 66.2 Salary population standard deviation 33.66 Age mean 28.2 Age median 17.5 Age population standard deviation 25.51 Seating capacity mean 45,913
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Seating capacity median 44,174 Seating capacity population stdev 5795.13
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Jolynn Weeks - Week 6 Individual Assignment Exercise 56 In each of the following cases, indicate whether classical, empirical, or subjective probability is used. 1. A baseball player gets a hit in 30 out of 100 times at bat. The probability is .3 that he gets a hit in his 2. A seven-member committee of students is formed to study environmental issues. 3. What is the likelihood that any one of the seven is chosen as the spokesperson? 4. You purchase one of 5 million tickets sold for Lotto Canada. What is the likelihood you win the $1 mi 5. The probability of an earthquake in northern California in the next 10 years is .80. 1.A baseball player gets a hit in 30 out of 100 times at bat. The probability is .3 that he gets a hit in his This is empirical, since it is based on data from a sample (the previous 100 times at bat). 2 and 3 - A Seven-member committee of students is formed to study environmental issues. What is the
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This note was uploaded on 07/18/2011 for the course QNT 561 taught by Professor Rivera during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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