Ally Dagher
Critical Business Thinking Chapter 3
By having a worldwide social media network or phone book in todays society, there are
several ways business opportunities can be created. With information about people all over the
world on one website, one
Chapter 3
Financial Statements Analysis and
Financial Models
3-1
Key Concepts and Skills
Know how to standardize financial statements for
comparison purposes
Know how to compute and interpret important
financial ratios
Be able to develop a financial pl
Retailing and Wholesaling
Importance
Classification
Strategy
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The Largest Retailers
(2012 Data)
Category
Category
Department
Departmentstores
stores
Apparel
Apparel
Discount
DiscountStores
Stores
Home
HomeImprovement
Improvement
Drug
DrugStores
Stores
Promotion
Five elements of promotion mix
Advertising
Sales promotion trade vs. consumer
Public relations
Personal selling
Direct & internet marketing
Advertising, personal selling, and
direct & internet marketing - primary
Public relations & sales prom
Quiz-3 Answer Key
1. Differences analysis involves the following type(s) of tests?
a. One sample t-test
b. Paired sample t-test
c. Independent sample t-test
d. ANOVA
*e. All of the above
2. An investigation of the differences between (usually) more than t
Homework Assignment-4 (Key)
1. We can only run ANOVA, when the Independent Variable (IV) is _ and Dependent
Variable (DV) is _. Fill up the blanks.
a. Continuous and Continuous
*b. Categorical and Continuous
c. Categorical and Categorical
d. Continuous an
Quiz-5
BA-3400: Quantitative Methods - II
QUIZ-5 (10 points), Due Date: Tuesday Dec 15th, 2015
SPSS Tables Set-1
T-Test
Group Statistics
Gender
feelsafe
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error Mean
Male
58
3.98
.868
.114
Female
62
3.50
1.020
.130
Levene's Test f
Quiz-3 Answer Key
1. Differences analysis involves the following type(s) of tests?
a. One sample t-test
b. Paired sample t-test
c. Independent sample t-test
d. ANOVA
*e. All of the above
2. An investigation of the differences between (usually) more than t
QUIZ-4 Answer Key
1. How would you define the best fit line in scatter plot of regression analysis?
*a. An imaginary line drawn in such a way that the total variance of distance for each data point
from this line is minimized.
b. An imaginary line drawn i
BA-3400: Quantitative Methods - II
QUIZ-4 (22 x 0.5 = 10 +1 bonus point). Due Date: Nov 24th , 2015
Instructions:
This quiz has a total of 22 multiple choice questions (MCQ) for half point each including two
bonus questions. All questions are compulsory.
PHI 1050A1
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append the file name with .LastnameFirstname before emailing it. For example, if Arya Stark were saving
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Chapter 3: Descriptive Statistics: Numerical Measures
-Measures of Location
-mean
-maybe the most important measure of location
-provides a measure of central location
-average of all data values
-sample mean (x with line over it) is the point estimator o
Chapter 2: Descriptive Statistics: Tabular and Graphical Presentations
-Summarizing Categorical Date
-Summarizing Quantitative Date
-Categorical data- labels or names to identify categories
-Quantitative data- numerical values that indicate how much or ho
BA 2300 - Fall 2016
Excel Assignment 2
Name : Maria Angela Grona
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School
Arizona State
Cornell
Georgetown
Indiana
Michigan State
Northwestern
Ohio State
Purdue
Stanford
Florida
Iowa
Minnesota
Notre Dame
Washington
Wisconsin
Tuition & Fees
28
44
40
35
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Chapter 4: Introduction to Probability
Experiments, Counting Rules, and Assigning Probabilities
Events and Their Probability
Some Basic Relationships of Probability
Uncertainties
-Managers often base their decisions on an analysis of uncertainties such as
Chapter 5: Discrete Probability and Distributions
Random Variables- a numerical description of the outcome of an experiment
-discrete random variable- may assume either a finite number of values or an infinite sequence of values
-continuous random number
Chapter 7: Sampling and Sampling Distributions
An element is the entity on which data are collected
A population is a collection of all elements of interest
A sample is a subset of the population
The sampled population is the population from which the sam
Sample Problems for Chapter 6
3, p. 285
Delta Airlines quotes a flight time of 2 hours, 5 minutes for its flights from
Cincinnati to Tampa. Suppose we believe that actual flight times are uniformly
distributed between 2 hours and 2 hours, 20 minutes.
a. S
Chapter 6: Continuous Probability Distributions
Exponential Probability Distribution Skip
Area= probability
Continuous Probability Distributions
-can assume any value in an interval on the real line or in a collection of intervals
-it is not possible to t
Figure 7-1:
Steps in Market Segmentation,
Targeting, and Positioning
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Market Segmentation
What is segmentation?
Dividing heterogeneous markets into
homogeneous subgroups (segments)
Why do we segment markets?
To increase sales/profits by creating a market
Figure 4-1:
The Marketing Information System
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Figure 4-2:
The Marketing Research Process
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The Goal of Marketing Information
Management
Management is faced with many choices involving
possible marketing actions. The goal of marketing
information manageme
Strategic Planning
Strategic planning is defined as:
The process of developing and maintaining a
strategic fit between the organizations goals
and capabilities and its
changing marketing opportunities.
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Marketing/Business Strategy
Developing a strateg
Price
Importance of price
Only one of 4 Ps to produce revenues, others are
all associated with costs
Uniqueness of price
More flexible than other 3 Ps
Good or bad thing?
How do firms approach the pricing decision?
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The profit equation
Profit
=
Tota
Definition
Product
Anything offered
to a market for attention,
acquisition, consumption or
use that might satisfy a need
or want.
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What is a Product?
Products,
Services, &
Experiences
Market
offerings, pure
tangible goods,
pure services,
experiences
Nature & Importance of Marketing
Channels
Marketing Channel a set of
interdependent organizations
involved in the process of making a
product or service available for use
or consumption by the consumer or
business user
Channel choices affect other
decisio
Introduction to Marketing
Need for marketing
Overall function of marketing
Evolution & growth of marketing function
Definition of marketing
Specific functions of marketing
Trends in marketing
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Introduction to Marketing
Do organizations need marketing?
Key Environments
Marketing Environment
The actors and forces that affect a firms
ability to build and maintain successful
relationships with customers.
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Key Environments
Aspects of the marketing environment:
Microenvironment:
Actors close to the com