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Chapter10
6. In an experiment involving matched pairs, a sample of 14 pairs of observations is collected.
The degree of freedom for the t statistic is 12. FALSE
7. In testing the difference between two means from two independent populations, the sample
si
Chapter 13
11. The chisquare distribution is a continuous probability distribution that is skewed to the left.
FALSE
12. In a contingency table, when all the expected frequencies equal the observed frequencies
the calculated 2 statistic equals 1. FALSE
1
Chapter 9
1. The average waiting time per customer at a fast food restaurant has been 7.5 minutes. The
customer waiting time has a normal distribution. The manager claims that the use of a new
cashier system will decrease the average customer waiting time
Chapter 10
4. At = 0.05 and 0.10, test the hypothesis that the proportion of Consumer (CON) industry
companies winter quarter profit growth is more than 1 percentage point greater than the
proportion of Banking (BKG) companies winter quarter profit growth
Chapter 9
1. The manager of the quality department for a tire manufacturing company wants to know the
average tensile strength of rubber used in making a certain brand of radial tire. The population
is normally distributed and the population standard devi
Multiple Choices (7 points each)
1. In a study conducted by UCLA, it was found that 25% of college
freshmen support increased military spending. If 6 college freshmen
are randomly selected, find the probability that: Exactly 3 support
increased military s
Chapter 9
1. If a null hypothesis is not rejected at a significance level of .01, it will _ be rejected at a
significance level of .05
A. Always  ANSWER
B. Sometimes
C. Never
2. If a null hypothesis is rejected at a significance level of .01, it will _ b
Business
Research Methods
William G. Zikmund
Chapter 5:
Ethical Issues in Business Research
Ethical Issues
Philosophical questions
Societal norms
Codes of behavior
Rights and Obligations of the
Respondent
The obligation to be truthful
Privacy
Deception
ECO 57881E Statistical Methods
Fall, 2016
Instructor: Dr. Ed Manton, VME Regents Professor
EMail: Edgar.Manton@tamuc.edu (Messages should be answered within 5 hours).
Office: BA 203
Office Hours: S 9:30 10:15 am (at the UCD prior to class)
COURSE INFORM
ECO 595.81E: Applied Business Research
Syllabus: Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Gregory G. Lubiani
Office: BA 102C
Office Hours: Tuesday 10:00 11:30 am or by appointment
Office Phone: (903) 8865172
Email: (*This is my primary email address. Use this first*)
ECO 578 ASSIGNED PROBLEM # 1
Fall 2016
Name_
The following are the number of tons shipped daily for June 2016 from the Dallas UPS Center:
421, 515, 476, 500, 558, 482, 513, 457, 420, 522, 473, 477, 512, 533, 459, 509, 445, 466, 474, 499,
480, 459, 491, 47
Eco 578 01E Spring 2016: Final Test: Wednesday May 11th 5 pm midnight
Total 400 points
T/F (6 points each)
Question 1. The chisquare distribution is a continuous probability distribution that is skewed to
the left. (Ch13)  false
Question 2. In performi
Assignment4(Chapters 14 & 15 of 7thed.)
Due by Midnight of Tuesday, May 10th, 2016: Total 75 points
True/False (1point each)
Chapter 13
1. The standard error of the estimate (standard error) is the estimated standard deviation of the
distribution of the
BA 578 AssignmentSol due by Midnight (11:59pm) Monday, July 25th, 2016
(Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7): Total 250 points
True/False (Two points each)
Chapter 1
1. An example of an Ordinal scale variable is the make of a car. FALSE It is Nominal scale
Assignment#3
Course: BA 578
Date: Apr 12, 2016
By: Salman Khalid (CWID: 50154339)
Assignment3(Chs.9, 10 and 13 of 7th ed.) Due by Midnight of Tuesday, April 12 th, 2016:75 points
True/False (Onepoint each)
Chapter 9
1. The manager of the quality departme
Midterm Test Eco 578 Live spring 2016
Wednesday, March 9th, 5 pm to 11:59 pm: Total 300 points
T/F (4 points each)
1. For a binomial probability experiment, with n=150 and p=.1, we can use the normal
approximation to the binomial distribution even witho
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Here are two questions to think about and discuss on Weds.
1. We have often heard that if it is worth doing at all it is worth doing well. What would economics say?
2. Is is wrong the profit from the "pain" of others? What would economics say?
Have fun an
Ways Developing Market Firms are Changing the Rules of the
Management Game:
1. Contract out ever more work up to the point of all but core
business.
2. Use existing technology in imaginative news ways to cut
costs.
3. Apply mass production techniques in n
Thinking Like An Economist
There is a three part strategy you should consider as you begin thinking like an economist
and as you plan your answers to WSJ articles etc.
Step #1. Incentives Matter.
Human beings operate based on incentives. These incentives
Free exchange
The debt to pleasure
A Nobel prizewinner argues for an overhaul of the theory of consumer choice
Apr 27th 2013 From the print edition
SOVEREIGN in tastes, steelyeyed and pointon in perception of risk, and relentless in maximisation of
hap
Professors James Gwartney (Florida State University), Richard Stroup (Montana
State University) and Dwight Lee (Georgia University), three longtime colleagues
of mine, have recently published "Common Sense Economics."
The first is incentives matter
The se
ByGORDON FAIRCLOUGH
TSOGT, Mongolia  Waves from the global economic downturn hit Sodnomdarjaa Khaltarkhuu when bank officials showed up at his tent on
the edge of the Gobi desert and threatened to foreclose on his goats, sheep and camels.
Falling demand
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In the Next Industrial Revolution, Atoms Are the New Bits
By Chris Anderson
January 25, 2010  12:00 pm  Wired Feb 2010
In an age of open source, customfabricated, DIY product design, all
Global Developing Markets Issue
Background:
Much of how you have been trained in you management and economic education
has centered around the American market place. That means one is selling
products to a market that has relatively high income by world s
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