Exam 2 Review HIST 1302
1. Theodore Roosevelts taking of the Panama Canal Zone is an example of: p717
a. his ability to speak softly in diplomatic situations when he knew he was outgunned.
b. international Progressivism the United States was i
Welcome to BUSI 2370, Quantitative Analysis for Business & Economics!
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BUSI 2370 Fall 2016
Unit I Homework Answers
1. The following data shows the weekly amounts spent on food for a family of three in a random sample of
Determine the number of classes and the class interval.
n = 30 2k = 25 = 32 classes = 5
MODULE I TEST BANK
1. What best describes Texass philosophy today?
a. The best government is the government that governs least.
b. A land of opportunity
c. A land of white supremacy
d. A world turned upside down
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: TXPT.MAX
Chapter 5- Personality and Values
Personality- dynamic concept describing the growth and development of a persons whole
o Defining personality- Gordon Allport said it means the dynamic organization within the
individual of th
The Change Wheel: Elements of Systemic Change and How to Get Change Rolling
- More than just announcing a decision or a goal for change
o Needs to be a culture for change
o Without systemic change, organizations will revert back to their basic
MODULE IV TEST BANK
Chapter 10-Law and Due Process
1. Civil law deals with all of the following except
a. private rights.
b. individual rights.
c. public morality.
d. private obligations and responsibilities.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: TXPT.MAXW
Sample mean, raw data
w X + w X + wn X n
X w = 1 1 2 2
w1 +w 2+ +w n
X w =
( wX )
GM =n ( X 1 ) ( X 2 ) . .( X n)
Geometric mean rate of increase
( 100P )
Textbook Chapters 5 - 7
PROBABILITY THEORY Science of Uncertainty (textbook pages 132 thru 134)
Probability is a numerical value that describes the chance something will happen.
Statistics is a branch of applied theory of probability.