File: ch05, Chapter 5: Discrete Distributions
True/False
1. The number of defective items, X, in a batch of 100 items is unknown prior
to inspection. X is an example of a continuous random variable.
Ans: False
Response: See section 5.1 Discrete versus Con
File: Ch12, Chapter 12: Introduction to Regression Analysis and Correlation
True/False
1. Correlation is a measure of the degree of relatedness of variables.
Ans: True
Response: See section 12.1 Correlation
Difficulty: Easy
2. If the correlation coefficie
File: Ch11, Chapter 11: Analysis of Variance
True/False
1. In experimental design, classification variables are independent variables.
Ans: True
Response: See section 11.1 Introduction to Design of Experiments
Difficulty: Easy
2. In an experimental design
Chapter 2 Notes
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
7:38 PM
Ungrouped data
Have not been summarized in any way
Are also called raw data
Grouped data
Have been organized into a frequency distribution
Frequency Distribution- summary of data presented in the form of
MS1023 Business Statistics with Computer Applications I HW #1A Answer Key
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MS-1023 BUSINESS STATISTICS WITH COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I
EXAM PAPER #2B SPRING 2016
SUGGESTED ANSWERS
A1. n = 40 & p = 0.36 so
= np = 40*.36 = 14.4 = Sqrt(n.p.q) = Sqrt(40(.36)(.64) = 3.04
a. P(x 17) after correction for continuity P(x 16.5) = ?
z=
x
16.
MS-1023 BUSINESS STATISTICS WITH COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I
EXAM PAPER #2B SPRING 2016
SUGGESTED ANSWERS
A1. = 40,000;
a. z =
= 5,000
x
30000 40000
-2.00 From Table A.5, z = -2.00 yields: .4772
5000
P(x < 30000) = P(z < -2.00) = 0.5 - .4772 = .0228
b. z =
Case Report Instructions
for Whole Foods Market case
For each case, students are expected to form groups of at most 3 persons to
complete the case. The main purpose is to learn to construct an understandable
managerial report for a general audience. Write