Section A. Identification of Version (1) and True/ False (2-16) 1. You are writing version 1 of this exam. Indicate this by answering a for question 1. You MUST do this correctly. Discrepancies will b
Business Statistics, Cdn. 2e (Sharpe)
Chapter 14: Comparing Two Means
Short Answer - Quiz A
Consider the following to answer the question(s) below:
Data were collected on annual personal time (in hour
Chapter 1 Introduction and Descriptive Statistics
True/False Questions
1. A population is a subset of measurements taken from a large group.
Answer: False Type: Concept Difficulty: Easy
2. It is assum
Business Statistics, Cdn. 2e (Sharpe)
Chapter 6: Scatterplots, Association, and Correlation
Short Answer - Quiz A
1) In discussing how its customers use online services, a bank manager noted "there se
Business Statistics, Cdn. 2e (Sharpe)
Chapter 8: Randomness and Probability
Short Answer - Quiz A
1) During its grand opening week, Stickler's bicycle shop offers a "wheel of discount savings".
After
Chapter 7: Introduction to
Linear Regression
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The Linear Model
Example: The scatterplot below shows monthly
advertising expenditures against sales.
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The Linear Model
Week 3
2QA3: Applied Statistics for Business
Term: Fall 2017
Instructor: Dr. Mir Ahasan
Kabir
Office: TSH627
Email: [email protected]
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Chapter 8: Randomness and
Probability
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Class_Work_2
In September 2013, a cable company surveyed its customers in Burnaby, BC, and asked
how likely they were to watch more than 2 hours of TV per day. The following data show
the responses.
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Commerce 2QA3
Applied Statistics for Business
Fall 2014 Course Outline
Dr. Fouzia Baki
Operations Management Area
DeGroote School of Business
McMaster University
COURSE OBJECTIV
Chapter 10
Sampling Distributions
Ch. 10: Sampling Distribution
Learning Objectives
1) Understand how variations among multiple samples can
be represented in a sampling distribution
2) Calculate the s
Commerce 2QA3 Midterm Exam
Commerce 2QA3
Tables and Formulae
General Formulae
Sample Mean = average of a data set,
For population mean, we write . Population mean is the average of population data.
Sa
Chapter 7
Introduction to Linear
Regression
Ch. 7: Introduction to Linear Regression
Learning Objectives
1)
2)
3)
Choose a linear model of the relationship between two
variables
Use the correlation to
Week 4
2QA3: Applied Statistics for Business
Term: Fall 2017
Instructor: Dr. Mir Ahasan
Kabir
Office: TSH627
Email: [email protected]
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Chapter 12
Testing Hypothesis about Proportion
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Term: Fall 2017
Instructor: Dr. Mir Ahasan
Kabir
Office: TSH627
Email: [email protected]
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Chapter 11
Confidence Intervals for Proportion
Business Statistics, Cdn. 2e (Sharpe)
Chapter 4: Displaying and Describing Categorical Data
Short Answer - Quiz A
Consider the following to answer the question(s) below:
A large national retailer of e
Business Statistics, Cdn. 2e (Sharpe)
Chapter 21: Building Multiple Regression Models
Short Answer - Quiz A
1) A sample of 30 companies was randomly selected for a study investigating what factors aff
Business Statistics, Cdn. 2e (Sharpe)
Chapter 7: Introduction to Linear Regression
Short Answer - Quiz A
Consider the following to answer the question(s) below:
To determine whether the cash bonuses p
Chapter 7 LOs
1. Explain why people are willing to become
2.
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4.
5.
entrepreneurs, and describe the attributes of successful
entrepreneurs.
Discuss the importance of small business to the
Canadian e
Executive Summary
This report utilized several methods of statistical analysis, such as; time series graphs,
scatterplots, correlation coefficient evaluation, and the ANOVA test. Through the research