50
40
30
20
Unemployed
Leadership
0
No Major
10
Marketng
Part Time
60
Finance
Full Time
E
8.75
6.875
3.125
6.25
45.5
35.75
16.25
32.5
15.75
12.375
5.625
11.25
Leadership
Unemployed
Leadership
Finance
Marketing
No Major
Leadership
Finance
Marketing
No Majo
Memo
Shar Baldwin
Week: 3
Problem 1 of 3
Using a two-tailed test, the
mean graduate GPA is different
from 3.50.
The null hypothesis was
tested; H0: Mean graduate GPA
= 3.50 ( = 3.50), the
alternative hypothesis is; H1:
Mean graduate GPA 3.50 (
3.50). The
No Major
Leadership
Finance
Marketing
5000%
7000%
5500%
2500%
Majors of Students
13%
25%
28%
35%
No Major
Leadership
Finance
Marketing
nts
No Major
Leadership
Finance
Marketing
Bin
Frequency
2.75
0
3
16
3.25
54
3.5
55
3.75
47
4
12
More
0
GPA AVERAGE
54
55
1. The key facts of the case is that the car Scion that was launched by Toyota was a targeted
towards Gen Y. In 2004, when the care was launched, it turned out to be a huge success, where
175,000 cats were sold every year. The company soon realized that t
Chi-Square Test of Independence
Row variable
Brick
Stucco
Wood
Total
Row variable
Brick
Stucco
Wood
0
0
Total
Data
Level of Significance
Number of Rows
Number of Columns
Degrees of Freedom
Observed Frequencies
Column variable
Pool
No Pool
30
10
18
17
14
1
Memo
Shar Baldwin
Week Number: 4
Problem Number: 1 of 3
3.55
3.5
3.45
3.4
3.35
3.3
3.25
3.2
Male
Female
The way that the GPAs of the students between men
and women was determined by using an independent sample t test of assuming equal variances. When
doin
To:
From:
Date:
MEMO
Dr. Black
Shar Baldwin
February 13, 2016
To:
From:
Date:
Dr. Black
Shar Baldwin
February 13, 2016
Here you will find all the finding of the students that attend Whatsamattu U, the following will show, the
students that are older than
Use the Student_Data.xls file which consists of 200 MBA students at
Whatsamattu U. The file includes variables regarding students age, gender,
major, GPA, Bachelors GPA, course load, English speaking status, family, weekly
hours spent studying. Each of th
Two Sample Hypothesis Test for the Mean (Independent Samples)
Level of Significance
0.05
Sample Mean
Sample Size
Sample Standard Deviation
Group 1
100
30
10
Standard Error (Computed)
Test Statistic (Computed)
1.99
-2.51
Two-Tailed Test
H1: (m1 <> m1)
Grou
MEMORANDUM
TO:
DR. DOROTHY BLACK
FROM:
SHAR BALDWIN
SUBJECT: STUDENT DATA
DATE:
The purpose of this memo is intended to show the results of students that
are enrolled in an MBA program. The statistics of the findings are to show
the students majors, GPAs
Yes, I believe marketers should segment consumers by social classes. The status of where
consumers fall on the social class structure not only determines how much money consumers
spend, but it also determines how they spend it (Solomon, 2011). Segmenting
Normal Probability
Mean =
Standard Deviation =
42.3
8.9
Compute probability:
X<
40
=>
39.80%
Compute probability:
X>
50
=>
19.35%
=>
21.93%
Compute probability:
Range
(i.e., between 2 values)
41
<= X <=
46
Find actual score:
Percentage ABOVE =
(i.e. % gre