Assignment 5 - Schulich School of Business YORK UNIVERSITY...

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Schulich School of Business YORK UNIVERSITY Fall 2012 MGMT1050 Statistics for Management Decisions Assignment #5 Section Due A Oct-22 B Oct-10 C Oct-22 D Oct-10 E Oct-16 F Oct-22 G Oct-10 H Oct-22 I Oct-12 Note: Students in Sections A, C, F and H are strongly encouraged to complete this assignment prior to the Midterm as part of their studying and preparation. Personal Work Statement I, the undersigned: warrant that the work submitted herein is my work and not the work of others acknowledge that i have read and understood the Senate Policy on Academic Honesty acknowledge that it is a breach of the University Regulations to give and receive unauthorized assistance on a graded piece of work Name (Typed or Printed) York Student # Signature
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This assignment has two parts, Part I that covers the Week 5 material and since we have now finished the material covered on the midterm, Part II is midterm review. Part I – Sampling Distributions Question #1 – Keller, 9.21 Question #2 – Keller, 9.23 Question #3 – Keller, 9.29 Question #4 – Keller, 9.39 Question #5 – Keller, 9.51 Question #6 – Keller, 9.53 Part II – Midterm Review Question #7 The number of cars that were sent to the major repair compound due to significant assembly deficiencies was recorded for the past 25 days. The results are as follows: 17 2 2 23 25 7 4 3 0 23 2 0 25 3 2 3 1 24 3 7 3 12 1 7 1 The following summary statistics may be useful: Required:
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