Angela Henkemeyer
Week 1 Homework
Ch. 7 Problems 5, 7, 13, 17, 29, 37, and 39
5. A student government organization is interested in estimating the proportion of students who
favor mandatory "pass-fail" grading policy for elective courses. A list of names
Angela Henkemeyer
Statistics Homework Week 2
Ch.7 #49
CH 8. #5,7, 15, and 19
49. A production process is checked periodically by a quality control inspector. The inspector
selects simple random samples of 30 finished products and computes the sample mean
BADM 220: Business Statistics
Professor Suvankar Ghosh
Case 2 eDinkyToys.com
eDinkyToys.com sells dinky toy cars over the Internet. The marketing department of the company
has been working on tracking the number of hits the companys web site gets in a day
SPECIALTY TOYS
Prepared for:
Professor David Peak
BADM 220
Introduction
Specialty Toys wishes to purchase the optimal amount of units for the next big toy. This report
compares the profit potential of several different order quantities: 15,000, 18,000, 22
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population
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evolution
natural selection
taxonomy
DNA
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Angela Henkemeyer
Statistics homework week 3
Ch. 8 # 25, 29, 35, 39, and 55
Ch. 9 # 1 and 3
25. Refer to the Scheer Industries example in Section 8.2. Use 6.84 days as a planning value
for the population standard deviation.
a. Assuming 95% confidence, wha
SET 2 - Chapter 2 Lecture Notes
Outline:
III. Presentation of Numerical Data
A. Ordered Array
B. Frequency Distribution and Histogram
C. Relative and Percentage Frequency Distributions
D. Cumulative Frequency Distribution and the Ogive
IV. Presentation of
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BADM 220
Business Statistics
Fall 2015
Sample Exam 2
This is a 24 question exam. You must clearly mark a single answer for each question. Questions without a single
clearly marked answer will be considered incorrect. You must hand in the exam when y
Set 3 Lecture Notes
Outline
V. Descriptive Statistics Central Tendency
A. Mean
B. Median
C. Mode
D. Midrange
E. Quartiles and the Midhinge
VI.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Descriptive Statistics Dispersion
Range
Interquartile Range
Variance
Standard Deviation
Coeffi
SET 1 - Chapter 1 Lecture Notes
Outline:
I. Introduction
A. Definitions
B. Methods of Obtaining Data
C. Types of Data
II. Surveys
A. Design
B. Sampling
C. Issues
Introduction
Instructor: Dr. Dan Talley
Office Hours 9 10:30 am and 1:30 3:30 pm TTh and 11 a
Set 4 Lecture Notes
Outline
VII. Probability Theory
A. Basic Concepts
B. Marginal and Joint Probability
C. Addition Rule
D. Conditional Probability
E. Multiplication Rule
F. Counting Rules
Suggested Problems
Chapter 4
All Self-Test Problems
Example Data
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JOB SATISFACTION AMONG
NURSES
Prepared for BADM 220 David Peak
Introduction
In this report, data is shown and analyze about the satisfaction levels of nurses in three types of
hospitals; VA, University, and Private. The data is also broken down into three