Homework 12  Nick Dorsten  SECTION 02
due April 23, 2017
Some homework problems are taken from the book (but a few have been slightly
modified). If you do not own the book, these questions can be found in the
BAS320HomeworkPacket.pdf file up in the Home
Homework 11  Nick Dorsten  SECTION 02
April 9, 2017
Some homework problems are taken from the book. If you do not own the book,
these questions can be found in the BAS320HomeworkPacket.pdf file up in the
Homework section on Blackboard. Some questions ma
Regression Concepts:
To put a categorical variable into a regression the level that comes first alphabetically is the reference level and is not represented by an indicator variable in the model
(reference level = 0; all others =1).
Consequences of putti
Homework 10  Nick Dorsten  SECTION 02
April 7, 2017
Some homework problems are taken from the book. If you do not own the book,
these questions can be found in the BAS320HomeworkPacket.pdf file up in the
Homework section on Blackboard. Some questions ma
Nick Dorsten  Section 02  Homework 1
Getting Started with R
01/19/2017
Question 0:
Replace YOUR NAME, YOUR SECTION and DATE in the heading of this document
with the relevant values. MW or TR suffices for section. Be aware that points will be
taking off
Overview
The Story so Far
Regression Concepts to Focus On
Logistic Regression
Model Building
Treebased Models
Exam 2 Review
Adam Petrie
Department of Business Analytics
University of Tennessee
April 26, 2016
Adam Petrie Department of Business Analytics U
Motivation  Gender Discrimination?
Encoding Categorical Variables as Indicator Variables
Coefficients of Indicator Variables and Implicit Equations
Significance and Categorical Variables
Interactions
Summary and Using R
Chapter 5  Incorporating Categori
Overview of Model Building
Descriptive Model Building
Predictive Model Building
Summary and Using R
Chapters 7 and 8  Model Building
Adam Petrie
Department of Business Analytics
University of Tennessee
April 10, 2016
Adam Petrie Department of Business An
Overview and Probability
Simple Logistic Regression
Multiple Logistic Regression
Statistical Significance
Interactions and Categorical Variables
Assessing and Checking a Logistic Regression Model
R Code
Chapter 6  Logistic Regression
Adam Petrie
Departme
Review of Modeling
Partition Model Basics
Building a Partition Model
Examples, Pros and Cons
Random Forests
Using R
Chapter 9  Partition Models
Adam Petrie
Department of Business Analytics
University of Tennessee
April 17, 2016
Adam Petrie Department of
Overview
Regression with Autocorrelated Errors
Other Time Series Models
Chapter 10  Time Series Regression
Adam Petrie
Department of Business Analytics
University of Tennessee
April 24, 2016
Adam Petrie Department of Business Analytics University of Tenn
NAME (5 pts)
Exam 2 VERSION 2 (200 points)
Rules: you may use your calculator and one sheet of notes (front and back, handwritten or typed), but no other
resources.
Question 1 (23 pts): Model Building is a key tool in business analytics.
a) If we ran all



The best predictor on smoking in the EX9.BIRTHWEIGHT data set will be rated by its misclassification
error (the better model will have the lower misclassification rate)
If you are predicting something that is categorical you must use glm
In logistic
THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
HASLAM COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING &
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
SCM 312 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYTICS
SPRING SEMESTER 2017
Name
Phillip Condra
FINAL EXAM TAKEHOME PART
Use Excel and Solver to find the solutions to the tw
F
V
P
Fixed Cost
Unit Variable Cost
Unit Price
TR Total Revenues
TC Total Cost
Q
TR
TC
Quantity Volume
=
=
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Team Industry Team #
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Identified by a
Color)
Orange
31
Team Name
Your Name ?
St. Louis
Keltner Condra
Decision
Customer #1
Year
Service Price
(Per Unit)
4
$3.00
Customer #2
Service Price
(Per Unit)
$2.60
Customer #3
Service Price
(Per Unit)
$5.0
Team Industry Team #
(Generally
Identified by a
Color)
Orange
31
Team Name
Your Name ?
St. Louis
Keltner Condra
Decision
Customer #1
Year
Service Price
(Per Unit)
3
$3.00
Customer #2
Service Price
(Per Unit)
$2.60
Customer #3
Service Price
(Per Unit)
$5.0
Team Industry Team #
(Generally
Identified by a
Color)
Orange
31
Team Name
Your Name ?
St. Louis
Keltner Condra
Decision
Customer #1
Year
Service Price
(Per Unit)
5
$3.00
Customer #2
Service Price
(Per Unit)
$2.60
Customer #3
Service Price
(Per Unit)
$5.0
Homework 12  Phillip Condra  MW 12:40
4/26/2017
Some homework problems are taken from the book (but a few have been slightly modified).
If you do not own the book, these questions can be found in the
BAS320HomeworkPacket.pdf file up in the Homework sect
1) Associations between categorical and categorical
2) Associations between quantitative and categorical
a) Box plots (Mean is the star / Linear is the median)
i) Choose the right summary statistic
(1)Examine the QQ plot
3) Associations between quantitati
BA 361: The Firm in the Global Context
Spring 2017
Review Guide for Exam 2
News Articles/Videos
Motley Fool article: Harley Davidson and trade protection in the U.S.
The Atlantic article: Economists and free trade
9to5Mac article: The American made iPhone
Homework 6  002  junzhao lei
due
Some homework problems are taken from the book. If you do not own the book,
these questions can be found in the BAS320HomeworkPacket.pdf file up in the
Homework section on Blackboard. Some questions may be slightly modif
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these questions can be found in the BAS320HomeworkPacket.pdf file up in the
Homework se
Homework 3  002  junzhao lei
due
The homework problems are taken from the book. If you do not own the book, these
questions can be found in the BAS320HomeworkPacket.pdf file up in the Homework
section on Blackboard. Some questions may be slightly modifi
Homework 5  002  junzhao lei
due
Some homework problems are taken from the book. If you do not own the book,
these questions can be found in the BAS320HomeworkPacket.pdf file up in the
Homework section on Blackboard. Some questions may be slightly modif