Study Guide Chapter 9
Problem 1. Bastien, Inc. has been manufacturing small automobiles that have averaged 50 miles
per gallon of gasoline in highway driving. The company has developed a more efficient
engine for its small cars and now advertises that its

SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.851
R Square
0.724
Adjusted R Square0.698
Standard Error 74.985
Observations
36.000
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total
SS
MS
3.00 471210.52 157070.17
32.00 179927.93
5622.75
35.00 651138.45
CoefficientsSta

QM 236
Quantitative Methods II
Spring 2014
3 credit hours
Instructor Dr. Helen Moshkovich
Phone
205-665-6546
Office
Office
Hours
COMER 209A
MWF 10:00-11:00; MW 1:00-3:00,
and by appointment
E-mail
Web
Site
MoshHM@monteallo.edu
Class
Times
Section 1: MWF 9

QM236
LABAssignment#1
StudentsName
LiucijaSmaizyte
Spring2014
DESCRIPTIVESTATISTICSWITHELECTRONICSPREADSDEETS
(AssignmentisdueJanuary24,Friday)
Use the calculated data to fill in the following table and answer the questions:
Characteristics
for all Hospit

QM 236 Final Test study problems
Chapter 5.
Problem. A volunteer ambulance service handles 0 to 5 calls on any given day. The probability
distribution for the number of service calls is as follows.
Number of Service Calls Probability
0
1
2
3
4
5
a)
b)
c)

Chapter 8. Solutions
Problem 1. The makers of a soft drink want to identify the average age of its consumers. A
sample of 16 consumers is taken. The average age in the sample was 22.5 years with a sample
standard deviation of 5 years. Assume ages are norm

QM 236
Guide for Final Test
Chapter 5
1. Random variables: discrete and continuous.
2. Discrete random variables: distribution, probability for several values
3. How to calculate the expected value (population mean ): = E(x) = xP(x),
variance 2: 2 = (x-)2

Study Guide Chapter 9
Problem 1. Bastien, Inc. has been manufacturing small automobiles that have averaged 50 miles
per gallon of gasoline in highway driving. The company has developed a more efficient
engine for its small cars and now advertises that its

Chapter 8 Study Problems.
Problem 1. The makers of a soft drink want to identify the average age of its consumers. A
sample of 16 consumers is taken. The average age in the sample was 22.5 years with a sample
standard deviation of 5 years. Assume ages are

Q M 236
Spring 2014
L A B Assignment #1
D ESC R IP T I V E ST A T IST I CS W I T H E L E C T R O N I C SPR E A DSH E E TS
(Assignment is due W ednesday, January 29)
Use instructions on Canvas and in the lab for Excel 2007- 2010. Use instructions on pp. pp