Unit 3 Discussion - express your answer and explain why you...

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Unit 3: Unit 3: Business Statistics - Discussion When you are ready, respond to one of the discussion questions below. Be sure to  comment on your classmates' posts. You should post throughout the week to give your  classmates the opportunity to respond to your ideas or to give assistance on problems  with which you may have issues. You must post at least two substantial replies to your  classmates.  The discussion rubric in our course syllabus includes a range of points. To be eligible for  a high mark for discussion, you must respond substantially to at least two classmates'  postings for each thread.  Discussion Discussion Question 1: Explain which of the 3 measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode) are appropriate to use for each of the two cases below. Do not work out the problem. Only
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Unformatted text preview: express your answer and explain why you choose the answer. 1. Prices of houses in a neighborhood: $150,500, $184,000, $525,000, $167,000 2. Cars parked in your street which are: Ford, Subaru, Toyota, BMW, Ford, BMW, Ford Discussion Question 2: Based on your knowledge from the chapter, which type of graph (bar chart, pie chart, line chart) can be used to help you at work and why? Discussion Question 3: Search the internet to find an application of statistical concepts that you find interesting, that you encounter on a daily basis or that you find in your profession. Present this application to the class and explain why you choose the example. Include the URL for the site you used. Do not copy the text in the site verbatim. You should summarize your findings....
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course MATH MM255 taught by Professor Douglascopeland during the Fall '11 term at Kaplan University.

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