ECON1030: Business Statistics 1
Tutorial (Week 2)
Questions for in-class tutorial:
Q1. For each of the following variables, determine whether the variable is categorical or
numerical. If the variable is numerical, determine whether the variable is discret
Experiment 5: Spectrophotometric Analysis
AIM
The aim of the experiment is to determine the visible spectrum, the operation of a simple
spectrophotometer, learn to use the spectrophotometer to measure the absorption spectrum
of potassium permanganate and
Experiment 5: Spectrophotometric Analysis
AIM
The aim of the experiment is to determine the visible spectrum, the operation of a simple
spectrophotometer, learn to use the spectrophotometer to measure the absorption spectrum
of potassium permanganate and
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MATH2123
Probabilities Question 1 Enter the following data into Minitab which shows the method of transport used
by Victorians to travel to work (limited to those that used one method only). Sourc
Business Statistics
Module 1: Descriptive Statistics
Week 2 : frequency tables
Key concepts
Tabulation of data
Strings of data, frequency tables, grouped
data
Presenting numerical data
Frequency distribution
Histogram
Scatter plot
Time series plot
Business Statistics
Module 1: Descriptive Statistics
Week 2 : frequency tables
Key concepts
Tabulation of data
Strings of data, frequency tables, grouped
data
Presenting numerical data
Frequency distribution
Histogram
Scatter plot
Time series plot
Business Statistics
Descriptive Statistics
Week 3 : Measures of dispersion
Key concepts
Dispersion of data
Strings of data, frequency tables, grouped
data
Measures of dispersion
Range
Quartiles ( 5 point plot)
Mean absolute deviaton
Standard deviat
Business Statistics
Module 1: Descriptive Statistics
Week 1 Introduction
Key concepts
Primary versus secondary data
Important statistical concepts
Levels of measurement
Using the textbook
Resources, activities for this class
Textbook chapter 1
Read intr
Module 5
Sampling distribution,
distribution of sample means,
Central Limit Theorem
Introduction
Parameters are numerical descriptive measures for
populations.
For the normal distribution, the location and shape
are described by and
For a binomial dis
ECON 1030 - BUSINESS STATISTICS 1
SPOT QUIZ 2
20 MARKS
Duration: 50 minutes (including 5 minutes reading time)
Guide Only
Show ALL work. Your assessment will be based on your ANSWER and
INTERPRETATION of the result.
Name
Student Id
Question 1
Suppose X is
ECON 1030 - SPOT QUIZ 1
Week 5
20 MARKS
Duration: 50 minutes (including 5 minutes reading time)
Guide Only
Name
Student Id
Q1. For each of the following two variables, determine whether the variable is categorical or
numerical. If the variable is numerica
ECON 1030 - BUSINESS STATISTICS 1
SPOT QUIZ 2
Question 1
a)
P(X>43) =
43 50
P z
4
= P(z > -1.75) = 0.9599.
(1 mark)
b) The corresponding unknown Z coordinate = 1.56 (approximate values are acceptable).
Therefore the unknown X coordinate is 50 + 4(1.56)
ACCT2060 ACCOUNTING IN ORGANISATIONS & SOCIETY
TOPIC 9 (Part 2) ACTIVITIES
Question 1
The following information relates to Bullseye Ltd for the year ended 30 June 2013:
Total assets $3,000,000
Net profit after tax $650,000
Dividends per share $0.20
Market
ACCT1046 ACCOUNTING IN ORGANISATIONS & SOCIETY
TOPIC 1 (WEEK 2) ACTIVITIES
1. Chapter 1 Glossary Quiz (e-resources on Blackboard).
2. Why would the following user groups need accounting information relating to a
business?
Suppliers of goods
or services
Em
ECON1030: Business Statistics 1
Tutorial (Weeks 10-11)
Questions for in-class tutorial:
Q1. It seems logical that the more bank accounts there are, the more Automated Teller Machine
(ATM) withdrawals there will be. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has