Writing a Business Plan
Learning Unit 2.3
Business Plan
Entrepreneur 1:
Rabi Thapa is a young entrepreneur and has a
great idea for a new technology that he thinks
will revolutionize the consumer goods
industry.
To get his business off the ground, Rabi
Preparing the Proper Ethical
and Legal Foundation
Learning Unit 3.1
Learning Objective
Initial ethical and legal issues facing a new firm
Obtaining business license and permit
Choosing a form of business organization
Brijesh Sharma, kusom, BBA6th, 2014
2
Industry and Competitors
Analysis
Learning Unit 2.4
Industry Analysis
Three critical questions:
1. Is the industry accessible?
2. Does the industry contain markets that are
ripe for innovation or are underserved?
3. Are there positions in the industry tha
Building a New Venture Team
Learning Unit 3.3
Story Of Geese Teamwork
None of us are as Strong as all of
us. Brijesh Sharma, kusom, BBA6th, 2014
The next time,
when you see the geese flying.
Pay attention that they fly in a V
formation
Maybe you will be
Getting Financing or Funding
Learning Unit 3.4
Secrets to Successful Financing
Choose the right source of capital
Is as important as choosing the right form or
ownership or location
Influences a company for a lifetime / longtime
Evaluate options carefully
Developing an Effective
Business Model
Learning Unit 2.5
Business Model
Business model is a buzzword that everybody
used (or overused).
A poorly thought out business models were the
downfall of many companies.
Earlier, biz model merely described the way i
Feasibility Analysis
Learning Unit 2.2
Brijesh Sharma, kusom, BBA 6th, 2014
Introduction
A feasibility analysis is the process of
determining if the idea is a viable foundation for
creating a successful business. Its purpose is to
determine whether a busi
Assessing a New Ventures
Financial Strength
Learning Unit 3.2
Introduction
Critical section of the business plan as it
translates all other parts of the business into
expected financial results.
Financial plan from various perspectives:
Minimum rate of re
JESSICA MULLER
PROJECT 2/ DB FORUM 1
MATH 201
1) In order to create a larger deviation I found that I needed to choose numbers that were more spread
apart. For example, I choose seven number twelve for my data sheet and one number zero. This created a
sta
Data Set for Project 1
Maximum Temperatures by State
in the United States
for the month of August, 2013
State Name
AL
AK
AZ
AR
CA
CO
CT
DE
FL
GA
HI
ID
IL
IN
IA
KS
KY
LA
ME
MD
MA
MI
MN
MS
MO
MT
NE
NV
NH
NJ
NM
NY
NC
ND
Max Temps in August 2013
97
97
45
100
Project 1 Grading Rubric
Criteria/Points
1. Displayed correct group frequency
distribution
8 points
2. Correct midpoint, relative frequency, and
cumulative frequency columns
8 points
3. Correct frequency histogram
8 points
4. Correct frequency polygon
8 p
Data Set for Project 1
Maximum Temperatures by State
in the United States
for the month of August, 2013
State Name
AL
AK
AZ
AR
CA
CO
CT
DE
FL
GA
HI
ID
IL
IN
IA
KS
KY
LA
ME
MD
MA
MI
MN
MS
MO
MT
NE
NV
NH
NJ
NM
Max Temps in August 2013
97
97
45
100
49
109
93
MATH 201 Course Syllabus
COURSE SYLLABUS
MATH 201
INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Introduction to descriptive statistics and probability, probability distributions, estimation, tests of
hypotheses, chi-square tests, regressio
Teresa White
MATH 201-B17 LUO
Project 4
Old Testament Prophecies Micah 5:
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yet out of thee shall he come forth unto me that is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings
Use the frequency histogram to answer each question.
(3] Determine the number of classes
(b) Estimate the frequency of the class with the least frequency.
{c} Estimate the frequency of the class with the greatest frequency.
(d) Determine the class width.
Use the frequency distribution to the right, which shows the number of voters (in millions) according to age, to ﬁnd the probability that Ages of voters Frequency:I
a voter chosen at random is in the given age range. 10 to 20 0.2
21 to 24 9.5
not between
Find the expected frequency, Ei. fer the given values of n and pi.
n=‘1Eil'.'I. pi =D.34
E = 54.4 [Type an integer or a decimal.)
Find the critical F—value for a two—tailed test using the indicated level of signiﬁcance it and degrees of freedom d_t.N and
Find the margin of error for the given values of c. s. and n.
c=EL9§L s=2.4, n=§|
Click the icon to view the t-distribution table.
The margin of error is 2.? _ (Round to one decimal place as needed}
_et p be the population proportion for the following co
What cond itio n s are he cessa ry to u se the chi—sq uare goodness—of-fit te st?
Choose the correct answer below.
The observed frequencies must be obtained randomly and each expected frequency must be greater than or equal to 10.
The observed frequencies
Decide whether the normal sampling distribution can be used. if it can be used, test the claim about the population proportior"
using the given sample statistics.
Claim; p at [9.24: at: 0.91: Sample statistics; 6 = [9.22. n = 100
Can the normal sampling d
Determine whether the statement is true or false. If it is false. rewrite it as a true statement.
As the size of a sample increasesI the mean ofthe distribution of sample means increases.
Choose the correct answer below.
False. As the size of a sample inc
Determine whether the statement is true or false. If it is false. rewrite it as a true statement.
The mean of a random variable represents the "theoretical average" of a probability experiment and sometimes is not a possible outcome.
Choose the correct an
Determine which numbers could not be used to represent the probability of an event.
Select all that apply.
3, because probability values must be greater than t].
13.51332. because probability values must be rounded to two decimal places.
H, 54 I
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Use the stem-and-leaf plot to list the actual data entries. IWhat is the maximum Choose the correct actual data entries below.
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Uetermine WHEEKI'IEEF tne SIBKEI‘TIBHI IS IFUB DI' Ialse. II IT. IS TElISE. rewrite It 33 El HUB statement.
A statistic is a measure that describes a population characteristic.
Choose the correct answer below.
True.
V False. A statistic is a measure that