Chapter 5 Discrete Probability Distributions
Learning Objectives 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Understand the concepts of a random variable and a probability distribution. Be able to distinguish between discrete
Regression Using BAII Plus Calculator
Y = a + bX
or
y = b0 + b1X
Assume this is the data set.
X
Y
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Y01 = 3
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Chapter 2 Descriptive Statistics: Tabular and Graphical Methods
Learning Objectives 1. 2. Learn how to construct and interpret summarization procedures for qualitative data such as : frequency and rel
Chapter 1 Data and Statistics
Learning Objectives 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Obtain an appreciation for the breadth of statistical applications in business and economics. Understand the meaning of the te
Forecasting: Some Notes on Time Series
Perhaps one of the most important skills that a manager must be trained to have is
forecasting. This is because forecasting is so pervasive in everyday aspects o
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Use Height of female swimmers to estimate their weight
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In forecasting, the variable to be predicted (estimated, forecasted) is always Y.
Below you see closing prices for Standard & Poor's 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Suppose the closing price for
Question from student in the other section:
Does Excel show the 95% prediction interval somewhere on its' output? Do we have to
calculate it by hand?
Dr. J.'s Response
For Excel to compute the confide
Checking off the Labels box in Excels Regression Analysis Tool
Students often miss a very important detail in reading the appendix for ch. 12.
Note the steps described in the appendix of chapter 12 fo
To understand Q32 in chapter 13, you must understand the example on page 560
Number 32 is "identical" to the text problem described on page 560. The difference is
that in 32 you are not given numbers;
Data for problem 1337 has been modified in this example
I have changed one variable in problem 37 to make it a 3level qualitative variable.
Position is coded with two X variables: receiver & tackle.
Simple Regression: What should you know for test time?
On a test, you should be able to perform manual calculations. But the sample size will be
very small. You must use the formulas to compute:
regre
Here is the regression equation for Armand Pizza Parlor:
Y^ = 60 + 5X.
Plug 0 for X.
You would get Y^ = 60. Plot that point (which is the intercept point and goes on the Y axis).
See this point plotte
A multiple regression equation is:
Yhat = 1.2 + 1.3 X1 + 2.9 X2 + 8.8 X3
Where:
X1 is number of employees in thousands
X2 is number of stations in hundreds,
X3 is crude oil inventory in millions of d
Here is my explanation for all parts of problem 538.
a.
You must use equation 5.11.
The problem says to use mu=3.
So, plug 3 for mu in equation 5.11 to answer part a.
b.
Here: mu=3, x=2. To solve thi
How Confidence Interval for Armand Problem was computed
When you make a prediction of Y with the regression equation, you are really reporting
what the average Y would be for a given value of X.
To be
Problem 67 D in 5th edition of Anderson/Sweeney/Williams book.
Students often ask how do the authors know $13000 is the optimum bid?
You could do an analysis such as what follows.
Dr. J.
lower limit
This area is 1 0.1314,
which is 0.8686.
Look it up in body of
table to find the Z.
614d: If the area to the right of Z is 0.1314,
then the area to the left of it is 0.8686 (i.e., 1
0.1314 = 0.8686)
Dr. Js note for 618b
The shaded area in the left tail of the curve is the area that answers the question in 618b.
The normal table in your book shows that the area to the left of Z = 1.22 is 0.11
620c
In 5th edition of
Anderson/Sweeney/
Williams
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To answer 620c, we must look in the entries within the table (within the ta
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Using Qualitative Data as Independent Variable in Multiple Regression
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Name: Matthew Miners
Part 1 Financial Analysis Case relates to the textbook Module 1 including Appendix 1A and 1B,
and Module 2 including Appendix 2A. Make sure you have read over the instructions doc
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