Megan Sullins
Student ID: 1427661
Student Email: msullins6213@hotmail.com
9 questions worth a total of 24 points.
Use the information below to answer questions 13.
The following data are scores from a statistics class on a measure of statistics, the Attit
Name: Megan Sullins
Student ID: 1427661
Email: msullins6213@hotmail.com
7 questions worth a total of 20 points.
Use the information below to answer questions 15.
A researcher conducts a study comparing the efficacy of two types of therapy on enhancing mot
7 questions worth a total of 20 points.
Please show your work, but feel free to use the Web site discussed in the commentary for checking your
work.
Here are the ages of people in a class. Calculate the mean, median, range, and standard deviation of the
c
Megan Sullins
Student ID: 1427661
Student Email: msullins6213@hotmail.com
9 questions worth a total of 24 points.
Use the information below to answer questions 13.
The following data are scores from a statistics class on a measure of statistics, the Attit
Megan Sullins
Student ID: 1427661
Student Email: msullins6213@hotmail.com
3 questions worth a total of 20 points.
1) Given a normal distribution of scores on a statistics test, with mean = 25 and standard deviation
= 10, find the z-score equivalent for th
Question 1
TABLE 10-5
To test the effectiveness of a business school preparation course, 8 students took a general business test
before and after the course. The results are given below.
student
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Exam
Exam
Score
Score
Before
After
Course Co
MINI PROJECT
REPORT II
Submitted By:
Annemijn Koenen
Koenen 2
I.
Introduction
Twitter Movies data shows the twitter activity and the receipts (in dollars) per theater on
the weekend a movie opened for seven different movies. This data was cumulated and
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Company
3M
Abbott Laboratories
Abercrombie & Fitch
Advanced Micro Devices
Affiliated Managers Group
Aflac
Air Products Chemicals
Akamai Technologies
Alcoa
Allergan
Altera
American Express
American Int'l Group
Ameriprise Financial
Amgen
Anadarko Petroleum
Annemijn Koenen
MBA 542 - Statistics
Dr. Sam Idowu
Due: June 29, 2016
Approved
Effectiveness of Marketing between Act-On vs. Constant Contact
Statistical Investigation of the effectiveness of marketing methods in BRES
Final Project Outline Draft
Please wr
Mini Project I
Question 3.75
The File CEO-Compensation includes the total compensation (in $ millions) of CEOs of 194 large
public companies and the investment return in 2011.
a. Compute the mean, median, first quartile, and third quartile.
Compensation
1
Interpreting Circle Graphs (A)
Answer the questions about the circle graph.
Languages of the World (2009 Estimate)
Percentage of people who speak each language as their first language.
Mandarin 12.44%
Spanish 4.85%
English 4.83%
Arabic 3.25%
Hindi 2.68%
B
Sum of Two Dice Probabilities (A)
Find the probability of each sum when two dice are rolled.
P(>2) =
P(<11) =
P(2) =
P(12) =
P(7) =
P(<5) =
P(5) =
P(10) =
P(8) =
P(<6) =
P(12) =
P(10) =
P(6) =
P(12) =
P(11) =
P(>5) =
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Sum of Two Dice Probab
Reading Pictographs (A)
Answer the questions about the pictograph.
Number of School Buses at Schools in Great Line School District
vvvvvvv
Euclid P.S.
vvvvv
Central P.S.
vv
North Central P.S. vvvvvv
M.C. Escher P.S. vvv
B. Pascal P.S.
v = 2 buses
1. Which
Line Plots (A)
Answer the questions about the line plot.
Line Plot 1
x
x
0
1
x
x
x
x
x
2
3
4
5
6
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
7
8
9
x
10
1. Determine the minimum value, maximum value and range of the data.
2. Determine the count, median, mode and mean of the data. R
Sum of Two Dice Probabilities (A)
Find the probability of each sum when two dice are rolled.
P(3) =
P(8) =
P(<10) =
P(<12) =
P(<5) =
P(<3) =
P(10) =
P(12) =
P(12) =
P(>4) =
P(>5) =
P(10) =
P(5) =
P(<12) =
P(<7) =
P(11) =
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Sum of Two Dice Pr
Jason Corp had the following costs for the past 3 periods in which it produced 10,000 - 12,000
and 15,000 units. Which costs were fixed, mixed or variable?
Expenses
Direct materials
10,000
20,000
Utilities Expense
Property Taxes
11,000
11,000
3,000
Travel
Jason Corp had the following costs for the past 3 periods in which it produced 10,000 - 12,000
and 15,000 units. Which costs were fixed, mixed or variable?
Expenses
Direct materials
10,000
20,000
12,000
24,000
15,000
30,000
Utilities Expense
11,000
13,000
Statistics 1200 Formulas
Lesson 1
Formula 1.1
The Seven Critical Components of a statistical study are:
Component 1: The source of the research and of the funding;
Component 2: The researchers who had contact with the participants;
Component 3: The indivi
Statistics 4710/7710 Examples 1
1. If six six-sided fair dice are rolled, find the probability that:
a.
b.
c.
d.
each number on their faces is different.
at least two of the numbers on their faces are the same.
all the numbers are even.
there are at least
Statistics 320 Final Exam (A)
Instructor: Mike Perkowski
Score [out of 160]: _
Fall 2002
Write your name in the upper right (stapled) corner on the back of the test.
Show your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
Carry out all calculations to at l
Statistics 4710/7710 Examples 2
1. A corporation motor pool has 3 subcompacts, 5 compacts, and 7 midsized cars. The
sales manager reserves three cars and the motor pool director makes the selections at
random.
a. What is the probability that one car of ea
Statistics 320 Exam 2 Form A
Instructor: Mike Perkowski
Fall 2003
Score [out of 80]: _
Write your name in the upper right (stapled) corner on the back of the test.
Show your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
Carry out all calculations to at least