PROBLEM 1
Using the attached MS Excel Workbook, use the methods of aggregate analytics to summarize the Ska
annual data listed in table 1. Discuss your findings. Table summary in attached Excel document.
1. Include a summary of each variable in the data s
PROBLEM 1
1. Include a summary of each variable in the data set. Make comments and interpretation based on maximum, mini
Annual Barrel Sales: The average annual barrel sale is 9,165.28 with standard deviation of 7,445.27. The median is 6. The
Annual Sales
PROBLEM 1 - Family Transportation Costs
Situation:
Family transportation costs are usually higher than most people believe because
those costs include car payments, insurance, fuel costs, repairs, parking, and
public transportation. We asked twenty random
QUIZ 1
The starting salaries of individuals with an MBA degree are normally distributed with a mean of $40,000 and a
standard deviation of $5,000. What is the probability that a randomly selected individual with an MBA degree
will get a starting salary of
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When a range of values is used to estimat
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1. Which of the following is NOT a continuous distribution?
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B.
C.
D.
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The uniform distribution is _.
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B.
C.
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normal distribution
exponential distribution
uniform distribution
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An experiment consists of determining the speed of automobiles on a highway by the use of radar
equipment. The random variable in this experiment is a
Select o
When a null hypothesis is rejected, the probability of committing a Type II error is
_.
Select one:
A.
B.
C. 0
D. 1 Feedback
The correct answer is: B
Question 2
The P-value
Select one:
a. Is the same as the Z statistics
b. Measures the number of standard
Question 1
In the past, 35% of the students at ABC University were in the Business College,
35% of the students were in the Liberal Arts College, and 30% of the students
were in the Education College. The University took a sample of 300 students to
see wh
PROBLEM 1
Situation:
Ska Brewing Company is a producer of fine craft beers located in Durango,
Colorado. With its flagships Ale and Lager, they have enjoyed double-digit growth
for more than a decade with no signs of allowing down.
Ska was founded in 1995
20. Whenever the population has a normal probability distribution, the sampling
distribution of the sample means is a normal distribution
Select one:
A. for only large sample sizes
B. for only small sample sizes
C. for any sample size
D. for only samples
The starting salaries of individuals with an MBA degree are normally distributed with a mean of
$40,000 and a standard deviation of $5,000. What is the probability that a randomly selected
individual with an MBA degree will get a starting salary of at mos
Jamie Majer
Angela Morris
Sangita Sundaram
Auto Industry prior to and post bailout sales/revenue analysis (General Motors)
Research Project Summary Report
The information provided, is a collection of news articles and financial statements which has
provid
Background Three to four sentences
Objectives List objective(s) of the project in bullets format
Objective 1
Objective 2
Objective 3
And so on.
Type of data that will be collected (two to three sentences)
Source of data (one to two sentences)
Types of sta
Background
As 2017 has just begun and a new president is in office, the United States has already
seen changes. One thing that may not have been effected by the current president but
the present economy is the existence of brands and retail stores. My obj
PROBLEM 1 - Family Transportation Costs
Situation:
Family transportation costs are usually higher than most people believe because those costs include
parking, and public transportation. We asked twenty randomly selected families in four major cities to
f
SO
x = IN FACT IT UNDERESTIMATED
IF x = YOU CAN SEE HOW IT IS A
BIASED ESTIMATE OF AND IF
xIS
BIASED, SO IS S.
SO IF
x = WHAT DOES x = ?
THE ANSWER COMES FROM THE CENTRAL
LIMITS THEOREM, ONE OF THE MOST
IMPORTANT THEOREMS IN STATISTICS.
.
THE CENTRAL LIM
POST HOC COMPARISONS
AFTER THE FACT- YOU REJECTED Ho. NEED
TO DETERMINE WHICH MEANS DIFFER.
PURPOSE TO DETECT WHICH MEANS
DIFFER WHILE HOLDING CONSTANT.
IT IS LIKE MULTIPLE t-TESTS AND IS ALSO
CALLED MULTIPLE COMPARISON
PROCEDURES. IF YOU CALCULATE
MULTIP
MULTIPLE REGRESSION ANALYSIS
REGRESSION ANALYSIS WITH 2 OR MORE
INDEPENDENT VARIABLES OR AT LEAST
ONE NONLINEAR PREDICTOR.
MULTIPLE REGRESSION MODEL:
y 0 1 ( x1 ) 2 ( x2 ) 3 ( x3 ). k ( xk ) e.
IN SIMPLE BIVARIATE REGRESSION:
0 POPULATION
Y INTERCEPT
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Quantitative Methods
QM 515
Dr. Marla Scafe
Overview: Chapter 1
Goal: To
infer about
the
population
based on
sample
information
population
- UNIVERSE
INFER
SAMPLE
SUBSET OF
POP.
POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS
PARAMETERS
SAMPLE CHARACTERISTICS STATISTICS
INFE
DIRECTIONAL: UPPER-TAILED
Ho : D 0
Ha : D 0
LOWER TAILED:
Ho : D 0
Ha : D 0
NONDIRECTIONAL:
Ho : D 0
(1)
Ha : D 0
D=DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BEFORE AND
AFTER.
EXAMPLES OF THE MATCHED-PAIRS t:
STOPPING DISTANCE OF ABS AT 62 MPH:
BEFORE
AFTER
D
(IN METERS)
51.0
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