Exercise 1
a.
b=
a=
10
6
b. Mean of the uniform distribution =
a
+
b
(a + b) / 2
=
16
2
8
Mean
c. Standard deviation of the uniform distribution =
b
a
=
Squared
Divided by
Square root
d. The total area is 1 because:
Height = 1 / (b - a)
=
1/4
Length
=
10
Exercise 9
54
67
48
68
(a) Compute the arithmetic mean
58
39
50
35
25
56
Total of values
Number of observations (n)
Arithmetic mean
(b) Is it a statistic or a parameter?
47
66
75
33
46
62
60
65
70
67
1091
20
54.55
It is a statistic, because it is a charac
Exercise 3
a. Which dealers are included?
05
Bob Schmidt Chevrolet
20
Great Lales Ford Nissan
21
Grogan Towne Chrysler
31
Southside Licoln Mercury
28
Rouen Chrysler Jeep Eagle
b. The table of random numbers is found on page 521.
c. Every seventh dealer st
Exercise 1
Sample mean (X-bar)
49
Population std dev
H0: =
a.State the null and alternate hypotheses
b.Select
0.05
c.Select the test statistic
z
5
Sample size
H1:
50
36
50
Because we know the population standard deviation
Reject H0 if z < -1.96 or z > 1
Exercise 1
Sample mean (X-bar)
Population standard deviation
Sample size
99%
Solution:
X-bar
55
55
55
55
55
10
49
Confidence interval for population mean
+ or + or + or + or + or -
z
2.58
2.58
2.58
3.686
(
(
(
*
/
10
10
1.429
n
49
7.0
)
What it means (you
Exercise 1
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Interval
Ratio
Nominal
Nominal
Ordinal
Ratio
Exercise 2
a.
b.
c.
d.
Ratio
Nominal
Ratio
Ratio
Exercise 4
a.
b.
c.
d.
Sample
Population
Population
Sample
Exercise 5
Qualitative data is not numerical.
Quantitative data is numeri
Exercise 4
City
Indianapolis
St. Louis
Chicago
Milwaukee
Total
Number
who prefer
100
450
1,300
150
2,000
Relative
frequency
0.05
0.225
0.65
0.075
1.000
Exercise 23
Qualitative variables:
Uses either nominal or ordinal levels of measurement.
WE are inter
Exercise 1
a. It's called a dot plot.
b. There are 15 observations in the study.
c. The maximum value is 7, the minimum is 1.
d. The values tend to cluster around 2 and 3.
Exercise 3
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47
49
49
51
53
54
54
55
55
Median (50th percentile)
First quartile
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Module 9
1. I would plan the human resource needs of my own small business by depending it
on how many workers I currently have, as well as the diversity of my group between
race and sex. It would also depend on the performance of my employees as well.
2.
Final Project
BPA 111
Financial Crisis 2008
The financial crisis of 2008 led to the worst recession since the Great Depression of
1929. This was despite aggressive efforts by the Federal Reserve and the Treasury
Department to prevent the US banking system
Discussion Topics
Chapter 4, 5 and 6
Discussion 4
A Golden Recipe for McDonalds Europe -Read this article regarding McDonalds
global success: http:/www.businessweek.com/stories/2008-07-17/a-goldenrecipe-for-mcdonalds-europebusinessweek-business-news-stock
Discussion Topics
Chapters 1, 2, 3
1. Snuggie the Break Out Blanket Hit: Read the opening piece about Snuggie
at the beginning of Chapter 1 (page 3).
a. Explain two ways in which Allstar Marketing helped Snuggie to
market their product after they original
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Module 4 Assignment
Advertisers continue and may always continue to post ads on Facebook, even
though the click-through response rate is so low because there is a huge amount of
traffic that goes through Facebook, and even without e
Financial Crisis 2008
Final Project
Victor C Lee
Mrs. Ren Campo
BPA 111
Anne Arundel Community College
December 12, 12
The Financial Crisis of 2008 can be seen that once the financial market
crashes, it cannot be quickly restored. In the end, even with su
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Module 2 Assignment
Thomas Edison started General Electric. He is considered a genius as an
inventor. He paved the way to start General Electric in 1892 by combining two
companies. The first company being Edison General Electric Com
A. Relevant Range this a range of units of production in which fixed costs are fixed. Fixed costs may change
when the units of production is above or below the relevant range.
B. Variable Costs Total costs that increase as the units of production increase
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BPA 232-875
29 June 2015
Data Project 2
54.
(a) Using the normal distribution, the percentage of homes selling for more than $280.00 is
10.56%. Whereas, the actual percentage of homes selling for more than $280.00 is 13.33%,
found by the number of homes s
BPA 253
CONTRACTS
FACT PATTERNS
If a person makes the statement below, is there an offer?
1. I am so fed up with repair bills I wish I never bought this car. I would sell it
for $100 if I could.
No, there isnt an offer. Its a statement in jest, because th
Quiz 2 Word List
Actual delivery-
Adverse possession- the acquisition of title to real property by occupying it openly, without the consent
of the owner, for a period of time specified by a state statute. The occupation must be actual, open,
notorious, ex
BPA 253
Alternative Extra Credit Option for Quiz 2 - due 07/28/14
Please answer the following:
1. Assume that Andrew, Bob, Carol and Donald own property as tenants in common.
Donald sells his interest to Edward. After the sale, who will own the property?
Quiz 1 Word List
Appropriation- In tort law, the use by one person of another persons name or other identifying
characteristics without permission for benefit of the user
Arbitration- the settling of a dispute by submitting it to a third party, who render
Quiz 3 Word List
Bilateral contract- a type of contract that arises when a promise is given in exchange for a return
promise
Collateral Promise- a secondary promise that is ancillary (subsidiary) to a principal transaction or
primary contractual relations
BPA 262Tax Accounting
SWFT, 2017 ed.Ch 4
Page 1 of 10
Gross Income: Concepts and Inclusions
Concept of Gross Income
Gross income (per IRC): Except as otherwise provided . . . gross
income means all income from whatever source derived.
o Type of income an
1040
(99)
Department of the TreasuryInternal Revenue Service
U.S. Individual Income Tax Return
For the year Jan. 1Dec. 31, 2014, or other tax year beginning
Your first name
M.I.
David
OMB No. 1545-0074
IRS Use OnlyDo not write or staple in this space.
See
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Extra Credit- 20 points
CNBC Originals - Supermarkets
1. Marketing Research- the process of collecting and evaluating information to
support marketing decision making.
Ex. They got request from their customers of the products