Foundations of HR Management
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1. Whom should Stephen Connor hire? Why?
Stephen Connor should offer Seth Horkum the position of Senior Analyst at Rubi
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Financial Management
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Homework #1
9/19/2016
Submitted by: Arshad Umrethi
1. What are the three principal forms of business organization?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?
The three principal forms of business orga
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Homework #2
Submitted by : Arshad Umrethi
1. Please complete the table below:
Please complete the following table of ratios and comments on the
progress of ABC Inc. On a ratio by ration basis, discu
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Answers for Chapter 10 (correct answer indicated by the asterisk)
1. Specification error can involve either including variables in the model that are irrelevant or
excluding variables that are important to the subject being studied. * True or False?
2.
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Answers for Chapter 6 (an asterisk indicates the correct answer)
1. Random assignment guarantees that the control and experimental groups in a true experiment
are identical. True or *False?
2. Random assignment allows experimenters to estimate the probabi
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Answers for Chapter 5 (an asterisk indicates the correct answer)
1. The purpose of inferential statistics is to make scientific guesses about the value of unknown
sample statistics on the basis of known population parameters. True or *False?
2. If an inst
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Answers for Chapter 2 (an asterisk indicates the correct answer)
1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Which of the following correlations shows the strongest relationship?
.20
+.65
.05
.85*
+.70
2. If the Pearson r correlation equals 1.0, the means of the two variables w
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Answers for Chapter 9 (correct answer indicated by the asterisk)
1. In a table summarizing the results of a regression analysis, the adjusted Rsquared statistic is
reported as R2 = .42. This means that
a. the dependent variable (DV) explains at least 42%
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Answers for Chapter 12 (correct answer indicated by the asterisk)
1. Multilevel problems are rare in the social and behavioral sciences, but on those occasions when
they do occur, it is important to use logistic regression to deal with them. True or *Fal
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Answers for Chapter 8 (correct answer indicated by the asterisk)
1. Concerning the relation of statistical significance, on the one hand, and practical or substantive
significance, on the other hand, it is accurate to say
(a) *there is no necessary relati
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Answers for Chapter 14 (an asterisk indicates the correct answer)
1. Structural equation modeling (SEM) is used to discover patterns of relations among variables, which
one can subsequently test using more advanced methods. True or *False?
2. SEM builds a
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Answers for questions for Chapter 1 (Correct answer indicated by an asterisk)
1. Methods of measurement or coding, whether quantitative or qualitative, can be used to handle
the data gathered from most of the major research designs. *True or False?
2. Met
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Answers for Chapter 3 (an asterisk indicates the correct answer)
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1. In a study of the effects of parental involvement on students academic achievement, it is
concluded that involvement fosters achievement by increasing students' motivation, and that th
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Answers for Chapter 4 (an asterisk indicates the correct answer)
1. Which of the following is not a measure of central tendency?
(a) *standard deviation
(b) mode
(c) median
(d) mean
2. Which measure of central tendency is least affected by a distribution'
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Answers for Chapter 13 (an asterisk indicates the correct answer)
1. Exploratory factor analysis is used to test the statistical significance of patterns in
correlational data. True or *False?
2. Factor analysis has been used to settle many disputes in ps