Week 1 1.1 Meeting the Challenge of a Knowledge Economy Continuous learning has changed from being a luxury to a necessity Knowledge is a key factor of production alongside land, labour, and financial capital Importance of: o Continous innovation - Succ

F-Test of the Ratio of Two Variances
Sample 1
Sample variance
Sample size
Alpha
Sample 2
45.5214
200
0.1
36.9174
200
F Stat
P(F<=f) two-tail
f Critical two-tail
1.2331
0.1404
0.7916
1.2633
t Stat
P(T<=t) one-tail
t Critical one-tail
P(T<=t) two-tail
t Cri

Anova: Two-Factor With Replication
SUMMARY
Optimist
Pessimist Total
Very fit
Count
Sum
Average
Variance
10
10
20
286
328
614
28.6
32.8
30.7
15.6 69.95556 45.16842
Average
Count
Sum
Average
Variance
10
10
20
329
346
675
32.9
34.6
33.75
47.65556 23.15556 34

1
2
3
4
5
6
A
z-Estimate of a Mean
Sample mean
Population standard deviation
Sample size
Confidence level
B
370.16
75
25
0.95
C
Confidence Interval Estimate
370.16
Lower confidence limit
Upper confidence limit
D
E
29.40
340.76
399.56
1
2
3
4
5
6
A
t-Estim

1
2
3
4
5
6
A
z-Estimate of a Mean
Sample mean
Population standard deviation
Sample size
Confidence level
B
370.16
75
25
0.95
C
Confidence Interval Estimate
370.16
Lower confidence limit
Upper confidence limit
D
E
29.40
340.76
399.56
1
2
3
4
5
6
A
t-Estim

z-Test of a Mean
Sample mean
Population standard deviation
Sample size
Hypothesized mean
Alpha
178
65
400
170
0.05
z Stat
P(Z<=z) one-tail
z Critical one-tail
P(Z<=z) two-tail
z Critical two-tail
2.46
0.0069
1.6449
0.0138
1.9600
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
A
t-Test of

Lecture 9
Analysis of Variance
Copyright 2013, Team MGMT1050
ANOVA
> ANOVA stands for ANalysis Of VAriance
> ANOVA allows us to:
Do multiple tests at one time
more than two groups
Test for multiple effects simultaneously
more than one variable
Copyr

Ethical Egoism
the belief that everyone should act to advance their own self interest; the
o nly moral obligations we have are to make ourselves as happy as possible
"By the grace of reality and the nature of life, man - every man - is an end in himself,

Ethics
The Little Man
-Human beings are both hardware and software
-All behaviours are decisions based on beliefs
Business ethics is a sub sect of ethics
Where do we develop our morals from?
-MOM
-SIGNIFICANT OTHERS (other family)
-EXTENDED SOCIETY (cousi

Ethics
The Little Man
-Human beings are both hardware and software
-All behaviours are decisions based on beliefs
Business ethics is a sub sect of ethics
Where do we develop our morals from?
-MOM
-SIGNIFICANT OTHERS (other family)
-EXTENDED SOCIETY (cousi

Economics: is a social science which attempts to allocate the scarce resources of a nation.
Micro Economics: is defined as the study of the firm.
Macro Economics: is defined as the study of economic systems within a nation.
Economic Question
-What to prod

F-Test of the Ratio of Two Variances
Sample 1
Sample variance
Sample size
Alpha
Sample 2
4.84
120
0.05
3.61
100
F Stat
P(F<=f) two-tail
f Critical two-tail
1.3407
0.1322
0.6868
1.4658
Use Equal Variance Test, Below
t-Test of the Difference Between Two Mea

Week 1 Tutorial Notes Using Technology as a Catalyst for Learning (New Mindsets)
New technologies = new learning opportunities. Technology has had an impact on everything (the way we learn, play, socialize, and work). o o o o Personal computers secretari

Week 1 1.1 Meeting the Challenge of a Knowledge Economy Continuous learning has changed from being a luxury to a necessity Knowledge is a key factor of production alongside land, labour, and financial capital Importance of: o Continous innovation - Succ

Revised June 2009
THE BBA JOURNEY MAP for FIRST & SECOND YEAR
BBA: Year 1 1st Semester
My Career Action Plan
Goals for the Semester
Weekly Tasks
Maintain an 8.0 GPA to retain my scholarship
Make new friends and develop networking contacts
Develop time man

Chapter 7 Global Markets in Actions
Export and Imports
What Drives International Trade?
Comparative advantage: One country has higher comparative advantage for one thing and
the other country has a higher comparative advantage for something else
How Glo

Chapter 9: Possibilities, Preferences, and Choices
Consumption Possibilities
The budget line describes the limits to the households consumption choices
All the points inside the line are affordable and outside are unaffordable
The budget Equation states

Chapter 6: Government Actions in Maret
Price Ceiling or Price Cap
Rent ceiling or Rent
Price Ceiling< Equilibrium
Rent Ceiling
If the equilibrium rent price is $1000 month, and a rent ceiling of $800 is imposed, the qunaitity
of housing demanded exceed

Chapter 10: Organizing Production
Accounting Profit verses Economic Profit
The firm and its economic problem
The Firms Decision
To maximize profit there is 5 basic steps
1) What to produce and wha quantity
2) How to produce
3) How to organize and compensa

Schulich School of Business
YORK UNIVERSITY
Fall 2013
MGMT1050
Statistics for Management Decisions
Assignment #8
Personal Work Statement
I, the undersigned:
warrant that the work submitted herein is my work and not the work of others
acknowledge that i

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Very fit
Very fit
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Very fit
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Very fit
Average
Average
Average
Average
Average
Average
Average
Average
Average
Average
Poor
Poor
Poor
Poor
Poor
Poor
Poor
Poor
Poor
Poor
Optimist
26
30
37
23
32
30
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Schulich School of Business
YORK UNIVERSITY
Fall 2013
MGMT1050
Statistics for Management Decisions
Assignment #9
Personal Work Statement
I, the undersigned:
warrant that the work submitted herein is my work and not the work of others
acknowledge that i

Excel Workbooks
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F-Test of the Ratio of Two Variances
Sample 1
Sample variance
Sample size
Alpha
Sample 2
F Stat
1.1643
194772.375
167289.2095
P(F<=f) two-tail
0.7858
24
15
f Critical two-tail
0.4005
0.05
2.8009
Lowe
r
Uppe
r
Use Equal Variance Test, Be