America
s Pet
industry
Why do we choose pet industry?
Americas pet industry has grown from 17 billion dollars in
1994 to 45.4 billion dollars today, making it the fourth
largest industry in the country today.
It has huge impact on US economy sector
Pet B
MG620 Midterm Practice
The weights ( in ounces) of ten Porterhouse steaks served at The Red Baron Grill on a Saturday night are listed below:
17 19 21 18 20 18 19 20 20 18
1. Do these values represent data from a population or a sample?
Ans: Population
2.
Vishal Yelgoi
Student ID # 0175805
Date: 9-20-2016
Week 1-Home Work Assignment
Classes intervels
0 up to 25
25 up to 50
50 up to 75
75 up to 100
100 up to 125
125 up to 150
150 up to 175
Up total
frequencies
17
19
5
2
3
2
2
50
Cumulative
Frequencies
17
36
1
Fitting a straight line to a set of data yields the following prediction line:
Y = 10 + 4X
i
Interpret the meaning of the Y intercept, b0.
ii) Interpret the meaning of the slope, b1
iii) Predict the mean value of Y for X = 8
2
What is the difference bet
Running head: PRIVACY IN THE WORKPLACE 1
Privacy in the Workplace
Ike Evbuomwan
Monroe College
PRIVACY IN THE WORKPLACE 2
Abstract
This paper will explore the idea of workplace privacy and seek to answer questions such as how
employees can protect their p
Ike Evbuomwan
MG 620
May 15, 2016
Homework 2
2.16
(a)
(b)
Electricity
Costs
$80 to $99
Electricity
$100 to $119
Costs
$80 to $99
$120
$139
$100
$140 to $159
$119
$160 to $179
$120
$180 to $199
$139
$200 to $219
$140 to
$159
$160 to
$179
$180 to
$199
$200
Ike Evbuomwan
MG 620
June 18, 2016
Homework 7
6.6
Common Data
Mean
Standard Deviation
50
4
Probability for X <=
X Value
Z Value
P(X<=42)
42
-2
0.0227501
Probability for X >
X Value
Z Value
P(X>43)
43
-1.75
0.9599
Probability for a Range
From X Value
To X
Ike Evbuomwan
MG 620
June 12, 2016
Homework 6
Q1
A probability distribution of a discrete random variable is any table, graph, or formula that gives each
possible value and the probability of that value.
(c)
P (X)
0.5
0.45
0.4
0.35
0.3
0.25
0.2
0.15
0.1
0
Ike Evbuomwan
MG 620
May 29, 2016
Homework 4
13.4
(a)
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
The scatter plot shows a positive correlation.
(b) For each increase in shelf space of an additional foot, there is an expected increase in weekl
Ike Evbuomwan
MG 620
July 17, 2016
Week 12 Homework
10.9
(a)
H 0 : 1 2
H1 : 1 2
MeantimestoclearproblemsatOfficeIandOfficeIIarethesame.
MeantimestoclearproblemsatOfficeIandOfficeIIaredifferent.
t Test for Differences in Two Means
Data
Hypothesized Differ
Ike Evbuomwan
MG 620
July 10, 2016
Week 11 Homework
9.16
(a)
H0:
= 1. The mean amount of paint is
gallon.
H1:
1. The mean amount of paint
differs from 1 gallon.
Decisionrule:Reject
H0
if|ZSTAT|>
2.5758
(a)
Teststatistic:
Z STAT
Data
Null Hypothesis
=
Leve
Ike Evbuomwan
MG 620
May 8, 2016
Homework 1
1.1
Four different beverages are sold at a fast-food restaurant: soft drinks, tea, coffee, and
bottled water.
a. Explain why the type of beverage sold is an example of a categorical variable.
- The type of bever
Ike Evbuomwan
MG 620
June 5, 2016
Homework 5
4.8
(a)
Needs three or more clicks to be removed from an email list.
(b)
Needs three or more clicks to be removed from an email list in 2009.
(c)
Does not need three or more clicks to be removed from an email l
MG 620 Statistics for Managers
Homework Assignment
Oscarina Cortorreal
Prof. Rawana
March 14, 2016
Week 11 Chapter 9: Fundamentals of Hypothesis Testing: One Sample Tests
For this week read Chapter 9. Answer the following question:
QUESTION 1
Question 9.1
RUNNING HEAD: CAN LOTTERY MAKE EVERYONE A MILLIONAIRE?
Oscarina Cortorreal
Research and Statistics for Manager Decision Making
MG620-144
Prof. Rawana
Monroe College
February 26, 2016
1
CAN LOTTERY MAKE EVERYONE A MILLIONAIRE?
Can the lottery make everyone
MG 620 Statistics for Managers
Homework Assignment
Model Answers: Chapter 7: Sampling and Sampling
Distributions
For this week read Chapter 7: Answer the following question:
Question 7.4 page 258
The following data represent the number of days absent per
Page 1 of 10
MG 620 Statistics for Managers
Homework Assignment
Week 6 Chapter 6: The Normal Distribution
For this week read Chapter 6
Answer the following question:
Question 6.6, page 231
Given a normal distribution with =50 and =4, what is the probabili
MG 620 Statistics for Managers
Homework Assignment
Chapter 4: Basic Probability
For this week read Chapter 4
Answer the following question:
Question 4.8 , page 163
Does it take more time to be removed from an email list than it used to
take? A study of 10
MODEL ANSWERS
In a study on speed control, it was found that the main reasons for regulations were to make traffic flow
efficient and to minimize the risk of danger. An area that was focused on in the study was the distance
required to completely stop a v
MG 620 Homework Assignments
Question 3.13 page 121
The data set below contains the number of partners in a cohort of rising accounting firms with
fewer than 225 employees that have been tagged as firms to watch. The firms have the
following numbers of par
Page 1 of 5
MG 620 Statistics for Managers
Homework Assignment
Week 1 Chapter 1: Defining and Collecting Data
For this week read: Chapter 1; Power Point; Lecture Notes, & Chapter 1
Excel Guide.
Answer the following questions:
Question 1.1
Page 21
Four dif
Page 1 of 4
MG 620 Statistics for Managers
Homework Assignment
Week 2 Chapter 2: Organizing and Visualizing
For this week read Chapter 2:Answer the following questions:
Question 2.31 Page 67:
answer
INSTRUCTIONS: SHOW YOUR STEPS & the
Construct a stem-and
MG 620 Statistics for Managers
Homework Assignment
Oscarina Cortorreal
Prof. Rawana
February 29, 2016
Week 7 Chapter 7: Sampling and Sampling Distributions
For this week read Chapter 7: Answer the following question:
Question 7.4 page 258
The following da
MG 620 Statistics for Managers
Homework Assignment
Week 2 Chapter 2: Organizing and Visualizing
For this week read Chapter 2:Answer the following questions:
Question 2.31 Page 67:
answer
INSTRUCTIONS: SHOW YOUR STEPS & the
Construct a stem-and-leaf displa
1.
A) Mean= 55.3666666666667
I added each employee avg number of minutes together and got a total of 1661. Than I
divided 1661 by the total number of employees 30 and got a mean of 55.3666666666667
B) Standard Deviation= 7.6900443177654
To find the standa
Mercedes Gamble Mintab Assignment 3
Title: DotPlot Ages of FLCC students
Question A: Some distinctive features of this dotpolt of age graph is that its skewed right, the shape of the
distribution is bimodal. There is also a large gap after age 42 and 63 a