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BUSI 410 Lab Session #6 Do the analysis for the Dell Slimmer PDA and Case 4-1 Gender Pay (B) problems on pp. 128- 130 of your book. This sheet tells you where to get the data, gives you a couple of minor additions, and asks you to not do some of the book’s instructions. Start by downloading (NOT simply opening) the following files from Blackboard: Dell Slimmer.xls Gender Pay.xls You will find these files in the Lab Sessions section. Additions to the Dell Slimmer problem: For the question at the very bottom of p. 128, “Management can conclude . . . “, use a 5% level of significance. For the Demographics that drive thinness importance
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Unformatted text preview: section toward the top of p. 129, use a 10% level of significance. Deletions from the Dell Slimmer problem: In the first instruction at the top of p. 129, DO NOT illustrate your result with a clustered column chart. Also DO NOT do the last instruction at the bottom of p. 129, “Illustrate one of the . . . with 95% conditional mean prediction intervals. ” Deletions from the Gender Pay problem: Almost at the bottom of the instructions on p. 130: DO NOT add the “ 95% conditional mean prediction intervals” to your scatterplot DO NOT create the report asked for in “Your client is a busy . . . “...
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  • Fall '09
  • 10%, 5%, Dell Slimmer problem