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SCM_1 - interest Sample refers to the subset of a...

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Name: (please print) Email ID Section Homework 1 Fall 2011 YOU MUST SHOW WORK TO GET FULL CREDIT. Due in class on Friday, September 2, 2011. Staple all pages together with the questions in the order given below. If you take any definitions/concepts directly from the packet, please cite the page number in the packet . Please sign the Academic Integrity Pledge below and turn it in with your homework. I affirm that I have neither given, received, nor witnessed unauthorized aid on this deliverable and have completed this work honestly and according to the professor’s guidelines. Signature 1. Define population and sample. Population refers to the group of elements for which understanding is considered. (Coursepacket) It refers to the complete set of elements that are to be studied. It includes all the subjects of
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Unformatted text preview: interest. Sample refers to the subset of a population or a process.(Coursepacket) It’s a sub-collection of the entire data that has to be studied. Process refers to the set of conditions that repeatedly come together to transform inputs or outputs.(Coursepacket) 2. Give an example of a population and a sample. A company decides to carry out a marketing survey for its upcoming product. They decide to review the need for smart television in various age groups. The population for this study will be the population of the entire area where the company is planning to launch the product. 3. Define parameter and statistic....
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