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 be investigated as possible attempts at academic dishone
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 assumed that a sample contains all measurements in which the
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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 OBJECTIVE
This course provides an introduction to the applicati
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.
Very Likely
Unlikely
Unlikely
Very Likely
Likely
Unlikel
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 sampling distribution (mean and variance)
of a proportio
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.
Sample standard deviation, s =
the individual data values
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 analyze the usefulness of the
model
Deal with nonlinea
Homicide offences, number and rate, by province and territory
(Homicide rate)
2009
rate per 10
Canada
1.81
Newfoundland and Labrador
0.19
Prince Edward Island
0
Nova Scotia
1.6
New Brunswick
1.6
Quebec
1.12
Ontario
1.37
Manitoba
4.72
Saskatchewan
3.48
Hom
Group Project Outline
COMM. 2QA3
Dr. Fouzia Baki
2015.10.06
Correlation of the Relationship Between the location of Fast Food Restaurants and
Average Income
Group Members:
Name:
Email:
MAC ID:
Laura Abi-Rashed
[email protected]
001418253
Amanda Becke
b
Business Statistics, Cdn. 2e (Sharpe)
Chapter 9: Random Variables and Probability Distributions
Short Answer - Quiz A
1) At a local manufacturing plant, employees must complete new machine set ups within 30
minutes. New machine set-up times can be describ
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 customers select the items they wish to purchase, they
Business Statistics, Cdn. 2e (Sharpe)
Chapter 2: Data
Short Answer - Quiz A
1) The mission of a research firm is to "explore the impact of the Internet on families,
communities, work, home, and daily life." In August September 2010 they conducted
telephon
Business Statistics, Cdn. 2e (Sharpe)
Chapter 11: Confidence Intervals for Proportions
Short Answer - Quiz A
Consider the following to answer the question(s) below:
EU (European Union) countries report that 46% of their labour force is female. The United
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 hours) taken by a random sample of 16 women
and 7 men emplo
Business Statistics, Cdn. 2e (Sharpe)
Chapter 13: Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests for Means
Short Answer - Quiz A
Consider the following to answer the question(s) below:
Insurance companies track life expectancy information to assist in determin
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 be investigated as possible attempts at academic dishone