Sampling Exploratory data analysis (EDA) seeking patterns, interesting details, and conclusions within the data. EDA makes extensive use of graphical descriptive measures. Results of EDA may not generalize to a larger population
Statistical inference meth
Sampling Distributions
Parameter - a numerical descriptive measure of a population
(Sample) Statistic - a numerical descriptive measure calculated from the observations in
a sample
Sampling Distribution - of a statistic calculated from a sample of n measu
Standard Normal Cumulative Probability Table
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W. Casey Anderson
GP #2
Multinational Marketing (MGMT 36100)
Hiram College
February 3, 2017
Power Distance
Refers to how accepting less
powerful members accept that
power is unequally spread
among individuals
Lower scores do not accept a
high distance i
Assignment 1: The Movie Outsourced
Multinational Marketing (MGMT 36100)
Sam Conway
Hiram College
January 17, 2017
Knowledge of Business and Globalization
To understand management and multinational marketing there are several things that
you need to know.
HEROIN IN LAKE COUNTY
AND CUYAHOGA COUNTY
By: Sam Conway
WHAT IS HEROIN?
a highly addictive drug derived from morphine
Manufactured in 1898 by the Bayer Pharmaceutical company
Remedy for morphine addiction
Heroin is a fine white powder
Colors can be
ABS Automatic
Hazards
By: Salim Fadzl,
Quinn Galecki,
Sam Conway,
Lisa Dano
About the Product
ABS hazard is a system that triggers the hazard lights when the car is
sliding, hydroplaning or out of control.
Warns other drivers to use caution and keep a saf
PROBLEM SET 1:
a.) The explanatory variable is the number of breeding pairs and the Response Variable is
the percent that returns. The is because the number of breeding pairs help predict the
percentage that returns.
b.) Moderately Linear with a negative
W. Casey Anderson
GP #3
Multinational Marketing (MGMT 36100)
Hiram College
February 10, 2017
South Korea
Population: 48,294,000
Capital: Seoul
Language: Korean, and English
Religion: Christian, and Buddhist
Life Expectancy: 76
Literacy Percent: 98
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There are 4 factors to YIPs Market Drivers and those are market drivers, cost drivers
competitive drivers, and government drivers. Market drivers are people who convince
consumers to purchase a product and pay for the service. An Example of market drive
Sherman Dean III
GP #1
Multinational Marketing
Hiram College
1/27/17
Factors of Globalization
The factors of
globalization is the way
a business increases
their profit in efforts to
expand their companys
success.
Coca Cola Globalization: Factors
Bottling
R.D. Banks Car Dealership
Go To Market Plan
4-6-16
Russell Banks
Sam Conway
Sam Adams
Christopher Chester
1.0 Executive Summary:
My group has decided to go with Russell Banks dads business R.D. Banks Dealership.
R.D. Banks is a car dealership located in C
MATH 10800.51/R01: Statistics Spring, 2013 Introduction Definition of Statistics The science of collecting, classifying, presenting, analyzing, and interpreting data Descriptive collection, presentation, summarization, and organization of data Graphical M
MATH 10800.51 and R01: Statistics
Spring, 2013
Concept Mapping
What are concept maps?
Concept mapping is a learning tool that helps learners visualize and
conceptualize abstract ideas, deepen conceptual understandings, connect and
integrate new ideas with
Math 10800
Constructing a Histogram
(Using example 4, page 4 of course notes) Ordered data: 18 21 22 22 23 23 23 24 25 25 25 25 26 27 27 27 28 29 29 31 33 38 43 45 52
1.
Determine the number and width of the classes (each class must have the same width).
Handout 8 Introduction to Confidence Intervals
Why give just a point estimate of the population mean ? If one has to give a single number, a point estimate, to estimate the population mean, the best estimate is the sample mean. But why give just a single
pie chart
Pie Chart
Job Sources of Survey Respondents Frequency
Help-wanted ads
56
Executive search firms
44
Networking
280
Mass mailing
20
Job Sources
Mass mailing; 5%
Help-wanted ads; 14%
Executive search firms; 11%
Networking; 70%
Page 1
time series
Ti
MATH 10800.51 and R01: Statistics
Spring, 2013
Detailed Notes on Inference
Inferential statistics is that arm of statistics where we use the information gathered from a sample of data to draw conclusions about the population from which the sample was deri
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC mean median std dev min max
Nashville San Francisco Hiram 38.3 50.7 25.3 41.2 53.8 26.6 49.3 55.0 35.4 59.2 56.1 47.3 68.2 57.6 58.1 75.9 59.4 66.9 79.2 59.5 71.2 77.9 60.4 69.4 72.0 62.6 63.3 60.6 61.9 52.0
Example 3 (from descriptive numerical measures in course notes) Consider the annual performance over a 10-year period of two mutual funds. The rates of return quoted below are calculated by (P1 - P0)/P0, where P0 and P1 are the fund's share prices at the
Math 10800.51/R01: Statistics
Applications of the Sampling Distribution
The following are solution strategies for the Sampling Distribution Examples from pages 32
-35 of your course notes.
Example 1
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p(x)
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0.2
1
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2
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3
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1. The mean and standard
MATH 10800.51 and R01: Statistics
2013
Spring,
Linear Regression
Simple Linear Regression Line quantifies the relationship between two variables; a
line that describes how a response variable (Y) changes as an explanatory variable (X)
changes
theoretical
Math 10800.51/R01: Statistics Finding Normal probabilities The following are solution strategies for the Normal Probability Examples from pages 27 -30 of your course notes. When referring to the standard normal tables from your text, I have denoted them b
MATH 10800.51 and R01: Statistics 2013
Spring,
Assignment #7 Interval Estimation and Hypothesis Testing
1. Section 8.1, #40 from text.
2. Section 8.1, #52 from text.
3. Section 8.1, #56 from text.
4. Section 8.1, #68 from text.
5. Section 9.1, #20 from te
W. Casey Anderson
GP #4
Multinational Marketing (MGMT 36100)
Hiram College
February 24, 2017
Brazil
Product
PepsiCo has been present
Local favorites include H2OH!, Toddy and Toddynho, Kero Coco, Lucky
and eQlibri, and Mabel
Also include globally known