Universidad de las
Amricas
Sistemas de Control de
Gestin
GRUPO:
Francisco Coloma
Bryan Lara
Jefferson Mrmol
Bernarda Aguirre
Caso Saatchi & Saatchi
Antecedentes:
Es una de las empresas de publicidad ms
destacadas del mundo.
Factura anualmente 7000 mill
Universidad de las Amricas
Sistemas de Control de Gestin
Captulo 10: Metas, Asignacin de Recursos, Iniciativas y
presupuestos.
Grupo
Jeff Mrmol
Francisco
Byron
Bernarda
Aguirre.
METAS, ASIGNACIN DE RECURSOS, INICIATIVAS Y
PRESUPUESTOS:
Los directivos de
Universidad de las Amricas
Estrategia de Negocios
CASO: Hernan Miller Inc. Renovacin e
Invencin de un cono de los muebles de
oficina
Su meta era ser lder en el mercado siendo la
compaa ms ecolgica en la industria brindando
muebles de diseo y alta calidad
Directions:
Please show work to ensure partial credit. This should include, but is not limited to:
formulas, graphs, and calculations. Indicate whether you used the web calculator,
Minitab, Table V, etc to find your probabilities under the Standard Normal
1. The difference between rational and irrational numbers: Rational numbers can be expressed as a
ratio of two integers. They can be in decimal, fraction or whole number form. Irrational numbers
cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers.
2. Negative
Sum: f g x f x g x
Difference: f g x f x g x
Product: fg x f x g x
f x
f
Quotient: x
, g x 0
g x
g
Composite function : f g x
Sum: f g x f x g x
f x 3 x and g x x 1,
3x x 1 4 x 1
Difference: f g x f x g x
3x x 1 2 x 1
Product: fg x f x g x
3x x 1
Reply to the posted DQs and then respond to other responses:
1- When we multiply two binomials we use the FOIL method. Explain the steps of FOIL.
First Outer Inner Last
First: Multiply the first terms of each binomial.
Outer: Multiply the outer terms of e
1. Write an equation for the line that goes through the points (2,5) and (-1,8).
(2, 5). Y=mx + b or 5= -1 x 2 + b, or solving for b: b = 5-(-1)(2). B = 7
(-1,8). Y=mx + b or 8 = -1 x -1 + b, or solving for b: b=8-(-1)(-1). B = 7.
The equation of the line
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5.
In your own words, define the Product Rule for Exponents and give an example.
In your own words, define the Power of a Product Rule for Exponents and give an example.
Explain how to put 35 x 102 into scientific notation.
What is the leading
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BudgetTester.java
CSC fall 2016 Assessment 2
10/2016
CSC Staff
modified by your name *
/You are to create a Budget class to have this application work.
/ follow the directions written in the comments below
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Budget.java will be written to facil
How do I construct an (ungrouped) frequency distribution using the first two
columns of the table below for the above data. for average age of family,
frequency and relative frequency? The data is 42 81 39 35 39 53 29 50 26
42 50 39 46 29 53 50 35 42 29 2
Stats II 11.4 Reading Questions
Question 1 The F-distribution is most like
A. the standard normal distribution.
B. the Student's t distribution.
C. the Chi-squared distribution.
D. a uniform distribution.
Question 2 This procedure, as with the single popu
Stats II 11.2 Reading Questions
Question 1 Independent sampling is sometimes referred to as matched pairs because individuals
selected for the first sample dictate the individuals selected for the second sample.
True
False
Question 2 A hypothesis test for
Stats II 11.3 Reading Questions
Question 1 When comparing two population means drawn from independent sampling,
A. the differences between the first and second samples are again analyzed.
B. the sample means of the two samples are analyzed.
Question 2 To
Stats II 11.1 Reading Questions
Question 1 The null hypothesis for a two population proportion test is that there is no difference
between the two proportions.
True
False
Question 2 Both samples must meet the same requirements for test as a single populat
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11.4: Testing for equal variances (or standard deviations)
Circuitz Incorporated produces integrated circuits for various electronic components. The speed of
the circuit, measured in Megahertz (MHz), is the primary concern in the manufacturing process.
1
11.1: Dependent vs. Independent Sampling
Read pg529-530 before doing the following activity.
Hands-on Activity:
Identity the following samples as dependent or independent and explain why you classify
each as such.
Scenario #1:
A researcher believes that
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11.1: Hypothesis Testing for two population proportions
The National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) is a study conducted by the American Legacy
Foundation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The aim of the study is to provide
insight about
1
11.3: Hypothesis Testing for two population means: independent samples
A statistics professor believes he has developed an new method of class participation that increases
student comprehension. The method involves students e-mailing answers to question
1
11.2: Hypothesis Testing for two population means: dependent samples
Wegman's and Tops are two large grocery store chains in Western New York (for those of you that
don't live in the area). I have gone back and forth for years on which store is less exp
Chad Strobridge
Post your original distribution shape for each variable with your descriptive stats (mean, median, and
midrange).
Histogram of Year Minted (Pennies)
14
12
Percent
10
8
6
4
2
0
1940
1950
1960
1970
1980
Year Minted (Pennies)
1990
2000
N for
Chad Strobridge
Pg578#14 a&b
Osei,
I decided to try the same problem you did and got significantly different results. Please feel free
to see the work below. I have highlighted the area that our results were different for.
14. Cash or Credit? Do people te
Chad Strobridge
pg540#20
20. Prevnar: The drug Prevnar is a vaccine meant to prevent certain types of bacterial meningtits. It is
typically administered to infants starting around 2 months of age. In randomized, double blind clinical
trials of Prevnar, in
Directions: Show all work for full credit. You may use Minitab to check your work, but you
must illustrate the by hand calculations used to create each confidence interval. Assume that
all samples were randomly obtained. Please save your attachment as fol
Chad Strobridge
Valorie Rosato pp 9.1 pg 437 #26,34
26. Saving for Retirement?
A Retirement Confidence Survey of 1153 workers and retirees in the United States 25 years of age and
older conducted by Employee Benefit Research Institute in January 2010 foun