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In a large city. the population proportion of residen
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Among the N 16 students taking a graduate statistics class, A 10 are master students and the other N A 6
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The probability distribution of the number of telephone calls received at customer service of a local bank b
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About 32% of all the laptop computers sold in an electronics store have hard disks made by Western Digit
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A random sample of 30 scores is selected from the scores obtained on an online homework of all students taking an
introductory business statistics courses. The sc
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The average number of customers arriving at a gas station is 33 per hour during lunch hours. Use X to denote
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The marketing manager of a grocery store observed customers going to the babys section. She found that 62% of all
customers buy buby formula, 52% of all the customers buy d
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The rain wipers installed on a specific model of SUVs are from four suppliers. The proportion of wipers provided by
each supplier and the defective rate of each supplier fo
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A department store carries a deep V female formal dress with four sizes labeled as S1 , S2 , S3 and S4 , respectively,
and four colors labeled as C1 , C2 , C3 and C4 , resp
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The daily sales of specific model of laptop computers at an electronics store are recorded for the last two weeks.
Treat these n 14 observations as a random sampl
Chapter 9: Statistical Inference: Hypothesis Testing for Single Populations
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9.1 a) Two-Tailed
b) One-Tailed
c) One-Tailed
d) Two-Tailed
9.2 a) Correct Decision
b) Type II error
c) Correct Decision
d) Type I er
Chapter 4: Probability
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b)
c)
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f)
g)
h)
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4.2
A = cfw_1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, B = cfw_2, 4, 7, 9, and C = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 7,
A C = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9
A B = cfw_7, 9
A C = cfw_1, 3, 7
A B C = cfw_1, 2
Chapter 7: Sampling and Sampling Distributions
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7
7.1
a)
company.
company.
i.
A union membership list for the
ii.
A list of all employees of the
b)
i.
White pages of the telephone directory for Utica, New York.
ii
Chapter 2: Charts and Graphs 1
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2.2
a) One possible frequency distribution is the one below with 12 classes and class
intervals of 2.
Class Interval
Frequency
39 - under 41
2
41 - under 43
1
43 - under 45
5
45 -
One hundred policyholders file claims with CareFree Insurance. Ten of these claims are fraudulent. Claims manager Earl
Evans randomly selects four of the one hundred claims for thorough investigation. If x represents the number of
fraudulent claims in Ear
Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistics
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1.3
Descriptive statistics in recorded music industry -
1)
RCA total sales of compact discs this week, number of artists under contract to a
company at a given time.
2)
to
MS 3053
Integer Linear Programming and Business Applications
In previous weeks, we learned and practiced the tenets of the linear programming tool kit from
the business perspective. Today, we discuss a special type of linear program with the additional
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DIAGNOSIS
Importance
Drives Remedies
Influences Evaluations
Underlies Conflict
If not done systematically and consciously,
diagnosis will still be done, but informally
and automatically.
Observation
Required
for correct and defensible diagnosis.
Observ
FEEDBACK
Emotion
affect, we can be
anxious about giving or
receiving feedback. Important
thing to look at is steps to take
to manage those feelings
Evaluator
Worker
Managing
Evaluator
Worker
Emotional Reactions
Feedback & Emotion
Delivering Feedback
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Exam #3 Study Guide
1.
Imagine that you are developing a multiple regression model and want to include the variable
marital which indicates the respondents marital status. Here are the frequencies for marital
marital MARITAL STATUS
Frequency
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Exam #2 Study Guide
Kilger
1. If the one-way ANOVA analysis is significant and you want to compare the group means, what are the
two types of approaches that you could use?
A priori and post hoc
2. Now that youve named those two approaches in #1 ab
EVALUATION
Judging the Worth of Observed
Performance
Evaluation is usually subjective
Relies on use of mental yardstick
What characteristics are being measured?
You think it
should be self evident, but its not
How is the yardstick calibrated? Harsher l
Selection: A Consideration of Errors, Validity,
and Discrimination
2 Ways to be Right; 2 Ways to be Wrong:
Selection Measure & Job Performance 2x2
Binary decision
Miss
Hit
Correct rejection
False positive looks like
they were going to be a good
performe