Independent simple random samples are taken to test the difference between the means of
two populations, the population variances are known. The sample sizes are n1 = 38 and n2
= 42. The correct distribution to use is the
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Answer:
c. normal
distri

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A single numerical value used as an estimate of a population parameter is known as
Selected
Answer:
d.
a point estimate
Correct
Answer:
d.
a point estimate
Question 2
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The time required to prepare a dry cappuccino using whole milk at the

University of Michigan-Flint
School of Management
MGT 512 Applied Quantitative Analysis
Summer 2015
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Given the dataset below (there are 12 observations in the dataset), what is the 36th
percentile?
Use the method from the textbook and the handouts.
Do NOT round intermediate calculations, round your FINAL answers to two (2) decimal
places. Make sure you

If a transportation problem has four (4) origins and five (5) destinations, and no
minimum/maximum restrictions for routes, the LP formulation of the problem will have
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Answer:
9
constraints
Correct
Answer:
9
constraints
Question 2
1 out of 1 poi

If several frequency distributions are constructed from the same data set, the distribution with the widest
class width will have the
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Answer:
c. fewest
classes
Correct
Answer:
c. fewest
classes
Question 2
1 out of 1 points
A frequency distributi

A company makes two products from steel; one requires 2 tons of steel and the other
requires 3 tons. There are 100 tons of steel available daily. A constraint on daily production
could be written as: 2x1 + 3x2 100.
Selected
Answer:
e
Correct
Answer:
e
Tr

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A potential e-grocer (a company that sells groceries over the Internet) analyzed the
market and determined that the average order would have to exceed $87 if the egrocer were to be profitable. To determine whether an e-grocer

A survey of business students who had taken the GMAT indicated that students who "have
spent at least five hours studying GMAT review guides" have a probability of 0.75 of scoring
above 400.
Students who "have NOT spent at least five hours studying GMAT

A parking control officer is conducting an analysis of the amount of time left on parking
meters. A quick survey of 30 cars that have just left their metered parking spaces produced
a sample mean of 17.4 minutes with a sample standard deviation of 4 minu

The weight of an object is an example of
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Answer:
Correct
Answer:
d.
a continuous random variable
d.
a continuous random variable
Question 2
1 out of 1 points
General Hospital has noted that they admit an average of 3 patients per hour.
What is t

The probability that a continuous random variable is equal to a specific value
Selected
Answer:
c.
is zero
Correct
Answer:
c.
is zero
Question 2
1 out of 1 points
It is said that sufferers of a cold virus experience symptoms for seven days.
However, the

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MGT512. Homework 8. Part 2 solutions.
Use = .05, unless specified otherwise.
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MGT512. Homework 4 (covers Chapters 6 & 7). (22pts)
Part 1. Due at 10:00pm Sunday, July 5.
Submit this part online (Blackboard>Course Content>Homework>HW4).
Instructions. Failure to follow instructions will result in lost points (up to the full amo

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MGT512. Homework 3 (covers Chapter 5). Part 1 Solutions. (23pts)
Part 1. Due at 10:00pm Saturday, June 27.
Submit this part online (Blackboard>Course Content>Homework>HW3).
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MGT512. Homework 3 (covers Chapter 5). (23pts)
Part 1. Due at 10:00pm Saturday, June 27.
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MGT512. Homework 2 (covers Chapter 4). (24pts)
Part 1. Due at 10:00pm Saturday, June 20.
Submit this part online (Blackboard>Course Content>Homework>HW2).
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