COURSE: DSCI 2710-004 Name: _
Last,
First (printed)
EXAM: VERSON A
SEMESTER: Summer 01, 2009
Instructions:
Please write your name (Last, First, MI), Class section number (DSCI 2710.004) in the
subject box on your scantron. Also write the exam data in the

Solutions to End-of-Section and Chapter Review Problems
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CHAPTER 4
4.1
(c)
Simple events include tossing a head or tossing a tail.
Joint events include tossing two heads (HH), a head followed by a tail (HT), a tail
followed by a head (TH), and two tails

The KPK Excel Macros
The textbook authors have written a set of
Excel macros
An Excel macro carries out statistical
calculations or constructs a statistical chart
Since Excel has very few built-in statistical
options, these macros were necessary
These

COURSE: MSCI 3700
EXAM 1
Name:
S.S.#:
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Spalding
SEMESTER: FALL 97
Consider the following data for answering the next 6 questions.
-8, 1, -5, 1, 7, 7, -3
1. Calculate the value of the Mean from the data.
a. -5
b. -8
c. 0
d. 10
e. 8
2. What i

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DSCI 2710
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Permutation and
Combination
How Many 4-digit PIN Numbers
are Possible?
We need to know what are the possible
values for each digit.
We need to know if a number can be
repeated.
1
Assume Repetition Is Allowed
Assume that each PIN digit can be

Chapter Objectives
At the completion of this chapter, you
should be able to answer:
What is statistics and why is the
study of
statistics important to a business
manager?
What is a parameter and what makes
it
different from a statistic ?
What is meant

The Statistical Tables
The tables that you will need in this course
and DSCI 3710 are available as a single
PDF file on the DSCI 2710 website
(shown on the next slide)
Save and print this file (at home, not in the
UNT computer lab)
Bring the appropriat

The Excel Quizzes
There are a number of Excel assignments
These assignments are in the syllabus
Rather than hand in this assignment, you
will take an Excel quiz
These quizzes are administered through
Hawkes
First, you complete the assignment
Then, p

Excel Data Sets
If a textbook example or exercise has an
accompanying data set, there will be link
in the online textbook to this data set
After clicking on the link, save the data set
on your hard drive
This will be illustrated in the next three
slide

The Online Textbook
The textbook has a card inside the cover
containing an access code
This code will allow you to create an online
account
With this account, you can
view the online textbook
have access to the prepared PowerPoint
slides
take the on

Hawkes Software
You have three options here:
Purchase the boxed software at the
bookstore
Pick up the Hawkes CD from me or in the
ITDS
Office (3rd floor, across from the computer
lab)
Download this software from the Hawkes
website
Good news: The last

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Chapter 2
Data Presentation Using
Descriptive Graphs
CHAPTER OVERVIEW AND OBJECTIVES
Graphical presentation has always been one of the best ways to transmit statistical information. A
statistical graph allows you to summarize and describe a

CHAPTER 5 : Probability Concept
1
CHAPTER 4 : Probability Concept
2
CHAPTER 4 : Probability Concept
3
1
Relative Frequency Approach
If event A occurs m times, your estimate of the
probability that A will occur in the future is
P(A) = m/n
Suppose that a pr

Instructor's Manual
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Case Study Solutions
CASE STUDY OBJECTIVES
The case study at the end of each chapter provides the student with an actual application of
the chapter material. The objective of the case study is to provide motivation and relevancy f

Business
Statistics I:
QM 1
Lecture N otes
by
Stefan W aner
(5th printing: 2003)
Department of Mathematics, Hofstra University
BUSINESS STATISTCS I: QM 001
(5th printing: 2003)
LECTURE NOTES BY STEFAN WANER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0. Introduction. 2
1. Describi

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. Proof of Completion - CLASSE Student
If your instructor offered you extra credit for completing this survey please print this page or take a screen shot
and email it to

Chapter 3 61
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Chapter 3
Data Summary Using
Descriptive Measures
CHAPTER OVERVIEW AND OBJECTIVES
Chapter 2 examined techniques for visually describing a set of data. The purpose of this chapter is
to introduce techniques for describing a set of data using

Course Materials
You will need the current DSCI
2710/3710 textbook - it has a
picture showing a bunch of greencolored pencils on the front cover
For additional information, refer to
The Online Textbook
PowerPoint file
Course Materials
You will need the

Sample Exercise Problems
Questions 1 through 4 refer to the following data for the weight of trucks crossing a small
bridge on Highway 377 during one day to be used to look at stress on the bridge. The truck
weights and frequencies are shown in the follow

Exam: Exam 1 (Summer II 2011)
Question
Answer
1
B
2
D
3
B
4
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
C
9
A
10
C
11
D
12
A
13
B
14
B
15
B
16
E
17
D
18
D
19
A
20
E
21
A
22
C
23
B
24
C
25
B

ordinal data
inferential statistics
descriptive statistics
ratio data
nominal data
the order values is meaningful but the difference
between values is not meaningful.
ex)12th,3rd,6th. or 1=winner, 2=runner up
you use the sample results to infer some