1. Discussfully"partner'sdistributiveshare".7af
a. eachpartneristaxedonhis/hershareofpartnershipincomewhetherornotis
distributed.
b. Apartnersdistributiveshareofanypartnershipitemisallocatedbythe
partnershipagreementaslongastheallocationhaseconomiceffecta
1. Chapter 9. Explain the difference between internal validity and external validity.
Explain the difference between random sampling, randomization, and matching. Pages
215-217. 100 word minimum.
Internal Validity a research instruments ability to measure
1. Describe in detail the method created by the authors of the book.
a. Separating the people from the problem emotions and egos need to be separated
from the problem at hand in order to reach an effective negotiation. If this step is not
done, a negotiat
Chapter 3
Hint: Usually the answers are at the end of the chapter as part of the chapter summary :-)
1. Explain the major uses of factor analysis. Explain the difference between component analysis and
common factor analysis. Explain the difference between
Discuss nonverbal behavior, linguistic behavior, extralinguistic behavior, and
spatial relationships. Page 191. 100 word minimum
Nonverbal behavior human behavior not including conversation such as body
movements and facial expressions. Body movements can
Natasha Singh
December 17th, 2015
Macroeconomics Bus 7010x
Prof. Gunnar Poppe Yanez
Short Run Model: Brief Summary
The potential output of an economy is the amount the economy would produce if all resources
were fully employed at their long run levels. Th
Natasha Singh
7202x HW
11/25/15
1. Do many people approach a new relationship with an unknown party with remarkably high
levels of trust?
Yes, most of us assume that the other can be trusted and are remarkably willing to trust the
other even with very lit
FILL IN THE BLANK
1. When negotiators have tried all other options and are not making progress, when
mistrust and suspicion are high, or when the parties cannot take actions toward
defusing conflict without those actions being misinterpreted and mistruste
SYLLABUS
Instructor: David Hauser, Ph.D.
Email Address: david.hauser@sps.cuny.edu
Course Number and Name: BUS 310 Foundations of Business Statistics
Section and Semester: Section 1, Spring 2016
Program: Online BS in Business
Type of Course: Hybrid Online
Motivation, Personality, and
Emotion
Chapter 10
Nature of Motivation
Motivation is the reason for behavior.
A motive is a construct representing an
unobservable inner force that stimulates
and compels a behavioral response and
provides specific directio
Learning, Memory, and
Product Positioning
Chapter 9
Learning
Learning is any change in the content or
organization of long-term memory or
behavior and is the result of information
processing.
Consumer behavior is largely learned
behavior.
Memory
Memory
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Table of Contents
Preface
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Statistical Applications in Quality and Production Management
CHAPTER 18: STATISTICAL APPLICATIONS IN QUALITY MANAGEMENT
1. The control chart a) focuses on the time dimension of a system. b) captures the natural variability in the system. c) can be us
Decision Making
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CHAPTER 17: DECISION MAKING
1. A tabular presentation that shows the outcome for each decision alternative under the various states of nature is called: a) a payback period matrix. b) a decision matrix. c) a decision tree. d) a payoff t
Time-Series Analysis and Index Numbers
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CHAPTER 16: TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS AND INDEX NUMBERS
1. The effect of an unpredictable, rare event will be contained in the _ component. a) trend b) cyclical c) irregular d) seasonal ANSWER: c TYPE: MC DIFFICULTY: E
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Multiple Regression Models
CHAPTER 14: INTRODUCTION TO MULTIPLE REGRESSION
1. In a multiple regression problem involving two independent variables, if b1 is computed to be
+2.0, it means that a) the relationship between X1 and Y is significant. b) the
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Simple Linear Regression
CHAPTER 13: SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION
1. The Y-intercept (b0) represents the a) predicted value of Y when X = 0. b) change in estimated average Y per unit change in X. c) predicted value of Y.
d) variation around the sample reg
Chi-Square Tests and Nonparametric Tests
123
CHAPTER 12: CHI-SQUARE TESTS AND NONPARAMETRIC TESTS
1. When testing for independence in a contingency table with 3 rows and 4 columns, there are _ degrees of freedom. a) 5 b) 6 c) 7 d) 12 ANSWER: b TYPE: MC DI
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Analysis of Variance
CHAPTER 11: ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
1. In a one-way ANOVA, if the computed F statistic exceeds the critical F value we may a) reject H0 since there is evidence all the means differ. b) reject H0 since there is evidence of a treatment
Two-Sample Tests
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CHAPTER 10: TWO-SAMPLE TESTS
1. The t test for the difference between the means of 2 independent populations assumes that the
respective a) sample sizes are equal. b) sample variances are equal. c) populations are approximately normal.
Fundamentals of Hypothesis Testing: One-Sample Tests
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CHAPTER 9: FUNDAMENTALS OF HYPOTHESIS TESTING: ONE-SAMPLE TESTS
1. Which of the following would be an appropriate null hypothesis? a) The mean of a population is equal to 55. b) The mean of a sample i
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Confidence Interval Estimation
CHAPTER 8: CONFIDENCE INTERVAL ESTIMATION
1. The width of a confidence interval estimate for a proportion will be a) narrower for 99% confidence than for 95% confidence. b) wider for a sample size of 100 than for a sampl
Sampling Distributions 187
CHAPTER 7: SAMPLING AND SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS
1. Sampling distributions describe the distribution of a) parameters. b) statistics. c) both parameters and statistics. d) neither parameters nor statistics. ANSWER: b TYPE: MC DIFF
The Normal Distribution and Other Continuous Distributions 153
CHAPTER 6: THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION AND OTHER CONTINUOUS DISTRIBUTIONS
1. In its standardized form, the normal distribution a) has a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1. b) has a mean of 1
Some Important Discrete Probability Distributions
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CHAPTER 5: SOME IMPORTANT DISCRETE PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
1. Thirty-six of the staff of 80 teachers at a local intermediate school are certified in CardioPulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). In 180 days o
Basic Probability
91
CHAPTER 4: BASIC PROBABILITY
1. If two events are collectively exhaustive, what is the probability that one or the other occurs? a) 0 b) 0.50 c) 1.00 d) Cannot be determined from the information given. ANSWER: c TYPE: MC DIFFICULTY: E
Numerical Descriptive Measures
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CHAPTER 3: NUMERICAL DESCRIPTIVE MEASURES
1. Which of the following statistics is not a measure of central tendency? a) arithmetic mean b) median c) mode d) Q3 ANSWER: d TYPE: MC DIFFICULTY: Easy KEYWORDS: measure of cent
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Presenting Data in Tables and Charts
CHAPTER 2: PRESENTING DATA IN TABLES AND CHARTS
TABLE 2-1 An insurance company evaluates many numerical variables about a person before deciding on an appropriate rate for automobile insurance. A representative from