STAT 201 Worksheet 2
Name
1. Professor Weis salary for 2010 was $62,000. The distribution of salary for all the faculty
at her school was symmetric with a mean of $65,000 and standard deviation of $3000.
a) Find the standardized (Z) score for professor We
ONE SAMPLE HYPOTHESIS TESTING PAPER
One Sample Hypothesis Testing Paper
Scott Lewis, Charlotte Nelson, Ricky Nelson, Charles Petch
University of Phoenix
Research and Evaluation II
RES/342
Albert Memran
May 11, 2011
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ONE SAMPLE HYPOTHESIS TESTING PAPER
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901)Theproblemofqualitycontrolis:
a)
b)
c)
d)
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902)Aprocesscontrolchart:
Question3
903)AParetoChart
a)
b)
c)
d)
Question4
904)TheappearanceoftheTVcabinetisNOTsatisfactory.Thiscouldbenotedasan
exampleof:
a)
b)
c)
d)
Question5
e)
905)Whichofthefoll
STAT 201
Homework 1
Name
1. (page 22 #10)Email spam is the curse of the internet. Here is a compilation of the most
common types of spam.
Type of
spam
Percent
Adult
19
Financia
l
20
Health
Internet
Leisure
Products
Scams
7
7
6
25
9
Othe
r
?
a) What percen
STAT 201
Homework 1
Name
1. (page 22 #10)Email spam is the curse of the internet. Here is a compilation of the most
common types of spam.
Type of
spam
Percent
Adult
19
Financia
l
20
Health
Internet
Leisure
Products
Scams
7
7
6
25
9
Othe
r
?
a) What percen
Greg Fleming
11/8/12
9) The goal of theory of constraints is used if a plant is operating at peak capacity. If this
is the case then they must move orders through the plant faster to increase throughput.
This can be done by identifying the bottleneck oper
Chapter 12
Ethics Challenge
Beyond the numbers 9-3
1) If you get paid for sales the moment you made them, you would never have a cash
flow problem. Unfortunately this is something that generally never happens.
Although you can still improve your cash flow
Chapter 9
Ethics Challenge
Beyond the numbers 9-3
1) Warranty expenses do not derive from the manufacture itself, so it is difficult to
say if it creates an ethical dilemma for Bly.
New cars are generally sold before the customer ever sees them. Customer
ACCT320 Strategic Management Accounting
Chapter 5 Handout Assignment
_
NAME:
Management is considering adopting an activity-based costing (ABC) method for allocating
overhead. Listed below are the activities related to the overhead costs for the most rece
ACCT320 Strategic Management Accounting
Chapter 11 Handout Assignment
NAME: Greg Fleming_
Hamline Wheels manufactures wheels for bicycles. Hamline is known for quality wheels and reliable
service. Hamlines operating capacity is 45,000 units. Results for t
STAT 201
Chapter 2
Assignment 2
Week 3
Name:_
Format of each question: Problem number: Main learning object, textbook page and question number.
Problem 1: Interpret Percentiles, page 106 question 9. (1.5pt)
Part 1A) How much was spend for the first quarti
STAT 201
Chapters: 8.1, 8.2, 10.1 &
10.2
Assignment 11
Name:_Greg
Fleming_
1) Page 481, question 4 Point estimator and point estimate (0.25pt)
Sample proportion of those who would report cheating:
p=_19_= 0.11046512
172
2) Page 482, question 9 The idea of
STAT 201
Assignment 12
Name: Greg
Fleming_
Chapter 11: Chi-square
1) Page 734, question T11.5 P-value from test statistic (0.5 pt)
We compute the value of the
statistic to be
. Assume the three conditions are met.
Part A) How many degrees of freedom are t
STAT 201
Chapter 9.2 and 10.1: one and two sample proportions.
Assignment 8
10 pts
Name:_Greg Fleming_
Ignore the three conditions (the three conditions will
be covered in quiz 8).
Section 9.2: One-sample proportion
1. Page 562, question 39 From test stat
STAT 201
Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions
Assignment 6
Name:_Greg Fleming_
To receive full credit, please answer all the questions (highlighted in yellow)
1. Page 459, question T7.1 Distinguish between parameter and statistic (0.5pt)
A study of voting ch
STAT 201
Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions
Assignment 6
Name:_
To receive full credit, please answer all the questions (highlighted in yellow)
1. Page 459, question T7.1 Distinguish between parameter and statistic (0.5pt)
A study of voting chose 663 regis
STAT 201
Assignment 5
Chapter 6: Random Variables
Name: _
The world of Life Insurance and statistics
1. Page 354 question 14 Interpret probability distributions; expected value (6 pts 2pts per section)
Here is a partially completed table that shows inform
STAT 201
Chapter 5
Assignment 4
Week 5
Name:_
To receive full credit, please show your reasoning to the answer you chose.
Problem 1: Page 336 question T5.3 Probability Rules (0.5pt)
Choose an American household at random and record the number of vehicles
Gregory Fleming
Statistics 201-50
Hypothesis Testing
8/6/13
A shortage of six wheels
I conducted a hypothesis test to determine if there will be a shortage of truck drivers between the
years 2012-2014. The subject that is being tested is the number of tru
Greg
Fleming
6/10/13
Analysis
I chose to construct a sales process flow based upon a previous job I had as a
medical consultant for a plastic surgeon. Dr. Bishara performed all different types of
cosmetic procedures, yet he decided to shift his practice t
Naughty or Nice?
The figure we call Ol St. Nick is considered to be a melting pot of cultures. For
young children he is a symbol of hope near Christmas time. Santa Clause gives children a
whole separate meaning of what Christmas is all about. When we thin
Greg Fleming
Assignment #2 Operations Strategy
5/28/13
BMW of Minnetonka
BMW of Minnetonka is a well renowned automotive dealership that I have
selected to write about. The company is owned by (TCA) Twin Cities Automotive group.
The value discipline that
Which One To Choose
Apple, Inc. (AAPL)
Apple was founded April 1, 1976 in Cupertino, California. Apple entered the
electronic production market with their main focus on designing computers. It was not
long before they expanded into other areas of electron