THE ELEMENTS OF SUPERVISION
Read Chapters 7-8 of the textbook and complete the following:
1. Explain the strategic management process and the role that supervisors play in the process.
a. The strategic management process is the process of dev
THE ELEMENTS OF SUPERVISION
Read Chapters 1 -2 of the textbook and complete the following:
1. What is supervision?
a. Its the first level of management in an organization. They are the ones that help
motivate the operative workers.
2. What ar
1. A Type II error occurs when we
Accept the null hypothesis when it is false.
Reject the alternate hypothesis when it is true.
Reject the null hypothesis when it is false.
Accept the null hypothesis when it is true.
1. A Ty
1. A scatter diagram:
Is a graphic tool designed to portray the relationship between variables.
Uses interval or ratio scale data.
Does not allow negative values.
Both A and B are correct.
1. For any symmetric distribution
In a frequency distribution the categories must
Be mutually exclusive.
Have a maximum of 10 observations.
Be of the same frequency.
Be of nominal scale.
To determine the class interval
Divide the class frequencies in ha
1. The first card selected from a standard 52-card deck was a king. If it is NOT returned to
the deck, what is the probability that a king will be drawn on the second selection?
1/3 or 0.33
1/51 or 0.0196
3/51 or 0.0588
1/13 or 0.077
The general process of gathering, organizing, summarizing, analyzing, and interpreting data is
Levels of measurement.
An attribute of a sample is:
1. The total area within any continuous probability distribution is equal to 1.00
1. Asymptotic means that the normal curve gets closer and closer to the X-axis but never
actually touches it.
A Survey of Prob
Which of the following is a correct statement about a probability?
It may range from 0 to 1.
It may assume negative values.
It may be greater than 1.
It cannot be reported to more than 1 deci
A random sample of 10 observations is
selected from the first normal population and
8 from the second normal population. For the
hypothesis, H0: 1 2, (.01significance
level), what is (are) the critical value(s)?
(Population standard deviations
1. In a simple random sample
Every kth item is selected to be in the sample.
Every item has a chance to be in the sample.
Every item has the same chance to be in the sample.
Only 10 items are selected.
1. Suppose a populatio
Which of the following statements is true about a random variable?
A random variable represents all outcomes of an experiment and their probabilities.
A random variable represents any single random outcome from an experiment.
A random variable is
Which of the measures of central tendency is the largest in a positively skewed distribution?
Cannot tell from the information given.
The mean deviation is
Based on squared deviations from the mean.
1. A confidence interval
Always includes the population parameter.
Increases in width as the sample size is increased.
Cannot include a value of 0.
Includes a level of confidence.
1. Which of the following statements is a ch
1. For a normally distributed random variable, the
random variable cannot assume negative numbers.
distribution is defined by the mean and standard deviation of the random variable.
variance of the random variable must be greater than one.