Learning the Basics
If X = 85, s = 8, and n = 64, construct a 95% confidence
interval estimate for the population mean, m.
x
s
n
%
se
m.o.e
85
8
64
95
1
1.959963985
Confidence Limit
Low
Upper
83.04003602 86.95996398
Applying the Concepts
A bottled water d
Learning the Basics
Given a normal distribution with m = 100 and s = 10, if
you select a sample of n = 25, what is the probability that X is
a. less than 95?
b. between 95 and 97.5?
c. above 102.2?
d. There is a 65% chance that X is above what value?
a.)
Joseph Tuthill
BUS-352
February 26, 2017
Brian Stout
Worldview/Statistics Integration Paper
Statistics and someone's worldview seem like two completely different subjects.
Statistics is the science of learning from data and a worldview is "the framework f
Scarlett Zinggeler
BUS-340
Essay Questions 11-13
Professor J. Abood
Chapter 11: Essay Question 3
What happens when one party of a contract goes bankrupt before completing their half of the
bargain? Well, it depends. Two men entered a contract to sell and
Chapter 5
INTENTIONAL TORTS AND BUSNIESS TORTS
Tort a violation of a duty imposed by the civil law
French for wrong, is considered a wrong in law
Divided into categories:
Intentional torts involve harm caused by deliberate action
Negligence and Strict Lia
Chapter 6
NEGLIGENCE AND STRICT LIABILITY
When someone is injured, how far should responsibility extend?
NEGLIGENCE
We might call negligence the unintentional tort because it concerns harm that arises by
accident. To win a negligence case, the plaintiff m
Chapter 9
INTRODUCTION TO CONTRACTS
Agreements are not contracts.
CONTRACTS
Contract legally enforceable agreement
Offer: must begin when a person/company proposes a deal. Must be made certain way
Acceptance: one party receives offer, must respond.
Consid
Chapter 4
CONSTITUTIONAL, STATUTORY, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND COMMON LAW
Does Congress have the right to prohibit corporations from spending money to affect elections or are
these actions protected as free speech under the First Amendment?
CONSITUTIONAL LAW
Th
Chapter 7
CRIME
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASE
PROSECUTION
Restitution when a guilty defendant must reimburse the victim for the harm suffered.
The victim has the right to sue in civil court, but only the government can prosecute a crime
Assignment question:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Name of the case
Volume of the reporter
Reporter abbreviation
First page of the case
Year the case was decided
International Shoe Co v. State of Washington, 326 U.S. 310 (1945)
CHAPTER 3
COURTS, LITIGATION, AND ALTERNAT
Chapter 2
BUSINESS ETHICS AND SCOAIL RESPONSIBILITY
WHY BOTHER TO ACT ETHICALLY AT ALL?
SOCIETY AS A WHOLE BENEFITS FROM ETHICAL BEHAVIOR
Ethics and competitiveness are inseparable. Society will always compete, but will run out if no
one follows a moral r
CHAPTER ONE
Three Important Ideas About Law:
POWER: as a citizen of the US, you will influence and be affected by the law whenever you take a
stance on a legal issue
IMPORTANCE: we depend on laws for safe communities, functioning economies, and personal
l
A
Gender
Dessert Ordered Male
Female Total
Yes
7.94% 15.24%
23.17%
No
39.68% 37.14%
76.83%
Total
47.62% 52.38%
100.00%
B
Type of Entre
Beef
Chicken
Mixed
Duck
Fish
Pasta
Shellfish
Veal
Total
Number Servings
187
103
30
25
122
63
74
26
630
Number Servings
2
24/SQRT36=24/6=4
95%, Zc= 1.96
75-1.96*(4)= 67.16
75+1.96*(4)=82.84
[67.16,82.84]
a
1.002286
0.987714
C.I.= [0.9877,1.023]
b
NO, the districutor doesnt have the right to complain because the 1 gallon is within the 99% confidence interval.
c
Yes because th
a
b
c
d
Numberical, Continuous because it is measurable
Numerical, discrete because it has a value that can be measured through counting
Catagorical, because majors can be put into catagories
Catagorical, gender can be split into different catagories as M
a
11 x (1.3637)2+ 6 x (0.9873)2/ (11 + 6) = 1.5474
(10.62 11.01)/ ( 1.5474 x (1/12 + 1/7) )^1/2
-6592
b
0.5185978636 =Pvalue
Because pvalue is greater than the level of signicance, there is insuffienct evidence to reject the null H.
Therefore, it is concl
Sourse
Among Groups
Within Groups
Totals
Degrees of Freedom
c-1=3
n-c=28
n-1=31
Df(among)=c-1
3
Df(within)=n-c
28
Df(total)=n-1
31
SSA=SSA/df(among)
240
SST=SSA+SSW
800
MSW=SSW/df(within)
20
F=MSA/MSW
4
MSA=SSA/c-1
80
Sum of Squares Mean Square (Variance)
a
=P(Z<1.57)=0.9418
I cannot figure out how to get this to work in excel
only on my graphing calculator, So I have typed my
work. Answers in RED
b
=P(Z>1.84) +1-0.9671=0.0329
c
=P(1.57<Z<1.84)=0.9671-0.9418=0.0253
d
P(Z<1.57)+P(Z>1.84)=0.9418+(1-0.9671)=
Critical Thinking
What is critical thinking? Critical thinking is the mode of thinking about any subject,
content, or problem in which the thinker improves the quality of his or her thinking by skillfully
taking charge of the structures inherent in thinki
What is appreciation? It can be defined as the recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities
of someone or something. It is a form of gratitude shown in response to positive things and people.
First off, I am more than grateful for Gods grace and mercy.
Cicero Pizza
Founded 1949 in Cicero Illinois (just outside of Chicago). Originally a small pizza place that grew into a larger restaurant w
locations in Chicago suburbs. In 2008, one of the grandsons of the original owners, Michael, decided to move to Cha
Chapter 1
1. Difference between descriptive and inferential statistics.
Descriptive statistics uses the data to provide descriptions of the population, either
through numerical calculations or graphs or tables. Inferential statistics makes
inferences and
0
P(X)
0.19
Problem 5.1, do (0*.19) and the same all the way down the row. Then higligh
0 Find the standard dev: VV
1
0.26
0.26
2
0.24
0.48
3
0.12
0.36
4
0.09
0.36
5
0.06
0.3
6
0.04
0.24
Find the average of the
data set,
Take each value in the
data set (x