Data Set: The data that are collected for a particular study
Elements: People, objects, events, or other entities within the data set
Variable: Any characteristic of an element
Measurement: Numerical description of an element
Example: Housing data
Asking
Baroque Sculpture
Gianlorenzo Bernini
1
Baroque
Used to describe art produced from circa 1600 to 1750
Characterized by DRAMA, theatricality, opulence, extravagance,
ornateness, and action
Uses ideas and lessons from Classicism and the Renaissance as a
Renaissance Painting
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ch?v=NV5hnfr_8mA
Masaccio, Holy Trinity, c, 1428,
Fresco, 21 x 10 5, Santa Maria
Novella, Florence
Linear Perspective:
System to achieve consistently receding pictorial space; method of representing 3D obje
Architecture in Antiquity
The Parthenon
and
The Pantheon
1
Parthenon (Athens, Greece)
Ictinus & Callicrates
Parthenon, Athens, c. 440 BC (447432 BC)
Ultimate example of Greek temple form
Pantheon (Rome, Italy)
Apollodorus of Damascus
Pantheon, Rome, 125
Neoclassicism
Academic Painting
1648: The French Monarchy establishes the
Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture
Philippe de Champaigne, Louis XIV at age 5.
Hyacinthe Rigaud,
Portrait of King Louis
XIV (age 63)
1701. Oil on canvas,
109 in x 76 in. Louvre
The Beginnings of Modern Art
and an AvantGarde:
Impressionism
19th Century Europe
Gustave Callibote, Paris Street; Rainy Day, 1877
Impressionism
In the 1870s, the concept of art as impression was associated with a modern recognition of perception and
ex
QBA 2302

Chapter 1 An introduction to business statistics
Data set: The data that are collected for a particular study
Elements: People, objects, events, or other entities within the data set
Variable: Any characteristic of an element
Measurement: Numer
Art Appreciation for NonArt Majors 1300
1.
Palace=official residence of a royalty
2. Mesopotamia=was known as the land between two rivers, the Tigris to the north
and the Euphrates to the south
3. Assyrians=ethnic group of Mesopotamia (
4. Lamassu=is a p
ECO 2306
Chapter 1 Scarce Resources
Scarcity
Scarcity refers to the limited nature of societys resources.
The economic problem is scarce resources in relation to unlimited wants.
Economics and economy
Economics is a social science concerned with how sc
Where do we most
often find art?
Vatican
Museum, Rome
British Museum,
London
Functional
Reliquary Statue of
St. Foy
early 11th c. with
later additions.
Gold, silver gilt,
jewels, and cameos
over a wooden core.
Treasury, SainteFoy,
Conques, France
Red fig
CHAPTER 3 ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING AND INCOME
I.
Cash basis of accounting vs. accrual basis of accounting
A. Cash basis revenue is recorded when received in cash and expenses recorded when cash is paid;
who can use this method of accounting? Service business; b
Solutions to Practice Exam 1
QBA 2302
Part 1. Multiple Choice
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QBA2302Exam2Formulas
ProbabilityRules
(1)
Pr(A or B) = Pr(A) + Pr(B)  Pr(A and B)
(2)
Pr(A) + Pr(A ) = 1 (where A is the complement of A)
(3)
If two events, A and B, are independent, then Pr(A and B) = Pr(A) Pr(B)
The expected value of a discrete random
QBA 2302 Assignment #10
Hypothesis Testing 1Sample Mean
I.
(a)
A candy manufacturer uses a quality control technique based on periodic sampling to monitor the
number of pieces of candy placed in each bag. If the bagging machine is working correctly, each
QBA 2302 Sample Exam 1
Part 1 Multiple Choice
The mean (average) number of credit hours
earned in the fall semester by all Baylor students
is to be estimated by determining the mean
number of credit hours earned by a simple
random sample of 100 students.
Formula Sheet for QBA 2302 Final
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Level of Confidence (2sided C. I.)
90%
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QBA 2302 Answers to Final Exam Review
I. Statistical procedures
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Answers to Assignment
2b
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90,030.46
Mean
2
85,721.00
Median
3
The median since the prices are skewed
right.
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Location B
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Location F
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A & B; C & D; E & F
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Yes; 100%  96.8% = 3.2%
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No two prices were the same  there is no mode.
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Mean or avera
Zach Melgares
QBA 2302
Dr. Young
1/15/17
Homework 1
1.1.
Variable any characteristic of an element. Quantitative Variable have numerical values.
Qualitative Variables do not have numerical values, these are separated by different
categories.
1.2. A. Quan
Zach Melgares
QBA 2302
1/13/17
QBA 2302 Quiz 1 Spring 2017
Use the following to correctly answer questions 1 7: A 2016 survey of 1,208 registered voters by a
Gallop Poll found that President Obamas job performance was viewed favorably by 55% of those poll
ChiSquared Tests JMP Instructions
Whitney Burrow
Updated: February 16, 2017
Goodness of Fit Test
1. Create a column containing the categories of interest. This column must be have data
type Character. To verify that it does have the correct type, right c
Chapter 13 Simple Linear Regression
Whitney Burrow
Contents
1 Introduction
1
2 The Simple Linear Regression Model and Least Squares Point Estimates
2.1 The Simple Linear Regression Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 The Least Squares Po